Tag Archives: 1990

A Young Person’s Guide To “No Man’s Land”

We previously mentioned the only 1981 release by Lene Lovich was the “New Toy” single/EP. It was a single in some territories and an EP in others. Some having four more songs that Stiff Records passed on for the UK. … Continue reading

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30 Days: 30 Albums | David Byrne – The Complete Score From The Broadway Production Of “The Catherine Wheel”

I vividly recall when it looked like Talking Heads were a spent force by 1980. Their third album with Brian Eno had pushed the band to the near breaking point while making exceptionally compelling albums. In 1981, all of the … Continue reading

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REVO Remastering: Frazier Chorus – Elaine BSOG

Frazier Chorus: Elaine 4 x CD-R [2009] DISC 1 Sloppy Heart [4AD ver.] Typical [4AD ver.] Storm [4AD ver.] Dream Kitchen [ext.] Down 40 Winks [ext.] Typical! [7”] Born With A Headache Typical! [ext. mix] Storm [live mix] Typical! [live … Continue reading

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Record Review: PiL – The Flowers Of Romance [part 2]

[…continued from previous post] The other song I heard on the radio was the frankly awesome “Banging The Door.” It began with a very Wobbly bass  line that got half a measure to itself before the thunderdrums of Atkins began … Continue reading

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Record Review: PiL – The Flowers Of Romance [part 1]

Public Image Limited: The Flowers Of Romance US CD [1990] Four Enclosed Walls Track 8 Phenagen Flowers Of Romance Under The House Hymie’s Him Banging The Door Go Back Francis Massacre I was an American living in Central Florida in … Continue reading

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Steel Cage Match: KMFDM vs …The Osmonds?

Until the mid 90s, I had a penchant for, shall we say, industrial rock sounds. I was such a fan of Cabaret Voltaire, who were the reason I put up with so many also ran bands. No other acts gave … Continue reading

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Raiding The “Ice Box” – Planning An Icehouse BSOG [part 7]

Holy Mackerel. Now where were we on this thread? That’s right. Icehouse rarities. After the commercial climax of “Man Of Colours,” I suppose it was inevitable that the juggling act between art and commerce that had balanced on an ever … Continue reading

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