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Greatest Hits by Fleetwood Mac Record, 5. Red by Taylor Swift Record, 4. Ocean Colour Scene Vinyl Records. The band originally formed in around the core group of Genesis, Lady Jaye, Bryin Dall 4th Sign of the Apocalypse and has expanded at times to include a rotating cast of musicians. The band's music is similar to some of the more experimental work by Psychic TV and the live shows include a number of spoken word pieces by Genesis. Links : Genesis P-Orridge.

Nick Cave's seventh studio album, Henry's Dreamis the last of the current set of reissues. This sound of this album heads back toward the dark intensity of Tender Prey without giving up the acoustic sounds of The Good Son. At the time, this was probably one the more polished Bad Seeds releases but this plays more into the band's evolving sound along with newcomer producer David Briggs Neil Young rather than the changes in line-up. Like the other reissues in this series, this release is a digi-pack with a bonus DVD.

Nick Cave's sixth album, The Good Soncompleted his transition into the mainstream. Cave forgoes the dark intensity of Tender Prey on this disc and the almost Southern gospel songs on this disc are powered by Cave's vocals accompanied by keyboards and strings.

As Cave had discovered a new-found sobriety and had also found love with Brazilian stylist Viviane Carneiro, most of the songs on The Good Son are mid-tempo, piano-driven explorations of love and sorrow. It was during this period also that Nick really began to come to grips with the piano as a compositional tool. Keeping in that same vein, the disc opens with "Foi Na Cruz" which, according to Wikipedia, is based partly upon the traditional Brazilian Protestant hymn of the same title. Bookending the disc is the ballad "Lucy" which features Roland Wolf's last recorded work with the band.

There are a couple of up-tempo songs on the disc - "The Witness Song" has the hand-clapping groove of a Southern revival and "The Hammer Song" has some of the Tender Prey 's dark intensity. Disconnect from Desire is a tremendous leap forward for the band musically, evident in all elements of their intricate and multi-layered sound. Further, the unique experience of playing live allowed them to step out of their sometimes-insular creative process, and to discover and explore a newfound connectivity with listeners.

Nick Cave's fifth album, Tender Preywas his great leap forward. The are a couple other Cave staples on this disc which include the darkly pulsing "Up Jumped the Devil" and garage-rock murder ballad "Deanna".

Then Mick threw in the E minor — B flat vamp. The DVD contains the album remastered in 5. Each minute film features a compelling collage of the famous, infamous and unknown talking directly to camera about Album) the songs mean to them.

The result is a determinedly human portrait of the unique body of work, told through those who have lived and loved the music. Links : Nick Cave. Quick 'n Easy is a significant departure from the orchestral rock of TFAT as this is an electronica album that is comparable to early works by O. Rollin' By by Pockets of Humanity The Fear and Trembling have kicked off a fund-raising campaign to raise funds to go into the studio this fall and record their follow-up to their debut release Octopus with Kurt Ballou Kickstart pledge link is on the right nav bar.

Check out the Kickstart pledge page as the band is offering some pretty cool chatchies. Zigmat played a stripped-down late night set last Saturday at Joe's Pub. The somewhat bittersweet performance was dedicated to Zigmat drummer Daniel Duggins who recently suffered a massive stroke. Daniel has been playing with Zigmat for the past two years and all proceeds from the show went to the Duggins family. I can only imagine that the band would be amazing in concert.

To stay creative I needed to change the format and put the weight of it on my shoulders, which meant finding new ways of achieving the sound in my head.

Links : Walter Schreifels. This new nine-track disc has been getting great reviews and one of the noted highlights is guitarist John Li's melodic shredding. We talked about the new disc, John's former guitar teacher Ralph SantollaJohn's side project Mandragoratour plans and more.

Order of Ennead are playing a few one-off dates this summer and are planning a full US tour late in the year. Originally scheduled to be open only April 23rd and 24th, the gallery has chosen to keep the exhibition up for an additional week.

Teen Tech will now close on Sunday May 2nd with a party at the gallery from 4 to 6pm, which includes an acoustic set from Adam that starts around PM. In addition to opening Teen Tech, Green also wrapped up his recent headlining tour with a two-night hometown stand at the Bowery Ballroom in New York, NY, last weekend.

As originally planned, the band was going to be premiering three new songs tonight. Unfortunately, the band's drummer had a massive stroke earlier this week so vocalist Monica Rodriguez and bassist Stephen Yonkin will be performing acoustically and all proceeds from the show will be donated to the drummer's family. Links : Zigmat. Cracker Plays Two Nights with Rev. Horton Heat at Highline Ballroom. Newer Posts Older Posts Home. Subscribe to: Posts Atom.

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  1. 20 rows · An Open Letter To The Scene ‎ (LP, Album, Yel + CD, Album + Ltd) Arctic Rodeo Recordings, Academy Fight Song, Dine Alone Records, Big Scary Monsters arrlp, AFS, DAV, BSM /5.

  2. Vinyl only Bonus Track "When You Sleep" (My Bloody Valentine Cover) $1 from every album sold will be donated to Chi Cheng's charity. (c) & (p) Walter Schreifels under exclusive license to Academy Fight Song for sale in U.S., Arctic Rodeo Recordings for sale in Continental Europe, Big Scary Monsters for sale in United Kingdom, Dine Alone.

  3. Aug 26,  · Limited colored vinyl LP pressing includes digital download. He may not be a mainstream mainstay, but mention the name Walter Schreifels to anyone even tangentially involved in the punk or hardcore scene and chances are you'll be met with borderline reverence.

  4. From stripped-down acoustic meditations like the album's title track to Schreifels' psychedelic-tinged cover of Agnostic Front's "Society's Sucker" and an intricately arranged version of his CIV Classic "Don't Gotta Prove It," An Open Letter To The Scene is arguably the first project Schreifels has ever recorded that manages to incorporate all /5(7).

  5. Over two decades after GB released their landmark album Start Today, Schreifels transcended his hardcore roots and showed another side of his constantly shifting skin with his solo debut An Open Letter To The Scene. From stripped-down acoustic meditations like the albumÍs title track to SchreifelsÍ psychedelic-tinged cover of Agnostic.

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  8. Sep 10,  · In most cases they come in a white dust sleeve. I know there are some cool test out there (GB 7″ on grey, The Way It Is on green, YOT – BDTW on green, BOLD – Speak Out on green) but those will probably never change owners anymore. The only test I have is Walter Schreifels’ – An Open Letter To The Scene which I got by trading.

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