The album concludes with one of Bailey's all time classic songs, "Ghostships," a track so amazing he went and put it on several more albums, re-recording it twice. While electric guitars are not the centerpiece of the sound here, the layers make for an equally powerful experience.
Suprisngly, there are really no keyboards to speak of, which is very unusual for a non-guitar rock album. By this point in his career, Chris Bailey had come into his own as an arranger and it really shows. Certainly one of their most obscure discs, but ultimately as rewarding as the classics, "I'm Stranded", "Eternally Yours" and "All Fools Day".
This long overdue homage to Link Wray, inventor of the power chord, gets it right. With a sufficiently primitive approach and more vocals than you might expect from someone best-known for his instrumentals, ringers like The Fleshtones blitzing though a minute-andsecond, raucous beach party rave-up of "Soul Train" , Southern Culture on the Skids grinding out "I'm Branded" with lo-fi raw power and Calexico the lovely "Fallin' Rain" is this album's least-frantic cut rub elbows with lesser-known yet talented bands; all of whom deftly capture Wray's eclectic musical personas.
A solo acoustic rendition of "Ace of Spades" from guitarist David Wronski even captures Wray's spooky power in an unplugged setting. By the time "Rumble" rumbles around -- a full 23 tracks into the album -- Croatia-based The Bambi Molesters' surf-heavy version seems nearly anti-climactic.
Meticulous liner notes from G. Detailed track-by-track song capsules review the specifics of both the original version and this album's cover. The only element missing is the lack of specific personnel information. Regardless, this is a rousing, provoking, and successful tribute that not only sheds light on its subject's catalog, but spotlights international bands infused with and inspired by Link Wray's unique vibe. Allmusic Please note that the S.
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While Chanteraide breaks down under the pressure of targeting his ship, the ALFOST is able to use his experience commanding Formidable to predict Grandchamp's evasive actions. Titan 's torpedo hits Formidable 's bridge, impacting just seconds before Formidable 's torpedo similarly hits Titan. Grandchamp is able to release ballast air and throw the torpedo enough off target to prevent direct impact, although the control room is devastated.
Formidable 's torpedo directly hits Titan which begins to sink. Grandchamp orders the evacuation of the carbon monoxide filled control room and denies appeals to issue an SOS call, intending to follow orders and launch the missile first. As Chanteraide and the ALFOST, the sole survivors of the impact, escape the burning area of the ship, Chanteraide makes a last call to the Formidable over underwater telephone. Chanteraide recalls Grandchamp's prior trust in him, and begs him not to arm the missile, before saying goodbye in the face of his impending death on the stricken Titan.
With his dying breath, Grandchamp removes the nuclear targeting board, preventing the missile from being launched. The Pretty Things were really out there. They were pushing it just as hard as The Beatles but in a different direction. They recorded it at Abbey Road. The whole album is consistently brilliant.
An arsenal of post-MDMA, post-post-punk, anti-love songs. It launched a thousand stage invasions across East Lancashire and North Lincolnshire; each song is like a Bukowski short story, upended and restaged in Grimsby, set to the sound of a dodgy amp and out tune Squire Telecaster.
The die hard few who decided they were not content with the rubbish took these songs to their hearts. We went to the same High School. He was a really fucked-up kid. This was in the late Seventies. I was at school in Toronto when the LA punk thing happened. It sounded too much like English punk. The album began as a concept which became progressively more difficult to achieve. They wanted it to be an actual radio station, one far left of the dial, and you could just tune into it and they would constantly be creating new music.
Whenever you would tune it would either be them having a conversation, or jamming, or writing a song, and it would only happen at night. The idea was of tuning into a spiritual frequency. They made this hip-hop record, which was smart, political, funny and nasty. As a songwriter, my earliest inspiration came from hip-hop. And the fact that it was from the west coast.
Chick Corea was an early supporter of Scientology. They kickstarted a lot of that French dance movement. This album came out in and it never succeeded as it should have. It just seems to be quite psychologically powerful.
At one of them, they handed out a mix, and the first track on that was LFO. From that I wanted to investigate more. This is the first techno album that I bought, and can still listen to as an album, rather than just enjoying one or two songs off it. The Dancing Did were a short-lived four-piece from Evesham, Worcestershire, who spanned post-punk, punk, goth, psychobilly and folk-rock in the freakiest, most flawless way.
For all the melodrama and vast range of influences, they never sound like anything but classic English eccentrics. But at the same time, they have really amazing pop songs. In , they finally get another place at Torhout-Werchter after another very good album "Jumping the tracks". After , it somehow seems to get more difficult to get their act together on album.
Their live-reputation however remains untainted, and is recorded for their offspring on the double live album "Live dog". Enter your e-mail to get a weekly list of new The Scabs 80s records.
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