They had a conventional line up, drums, bass, guitar, vocals and saxophone, but also used lots of metal percussion, tape machines an vacuum cleaners. It's not great, but their second release 'Dentro De La Gravidad' has a well-balanced sound, combining the rock elements with studio trickery, sound collages and such like. It makes them sound more like Nurse With Wound and I am quite surprised of the quality after all these years. This came in a plastic bag, with just the tape no shell , and some extra inserts.
The other two releases are packed horrible, in my humble opinion. Burned baby dolls glued to the first and hidious purfoam on the second. We should forget those package, and enjoy, especially 'Dentro'. I did remember this tape as being very good minimal synth, so it was among the first to digitize it, but it turned out to be a less good. The songs are good, and Tranquil Eyes certainly had great potential, but the mix could have been better and the sound quality of the tape in general too.
It has two songs that were also on the previously posted 'Contact Discs' and were one of the main bands on Stichting Stopcontact. Still, it's pretty decent synth pop and highly enjoyable, but somewhat more dated than say Das Ding. Less Ex punk oriented but a great album of speedy punk rock. I don't think it was part of any real exhibition, but rather the music De Fabriek wanted to hear at an exhibition.
Instruments: guitar, bass, trumpet, organ, various percussion instruments, rhythmmachine, toyinstruments, toys, noise generators and voices. All compositions are remixed by Wolff P. Rillings and De Fabriek download. There is no bridge is the translation of the title of this tape by Hot Poop. This was a collaboration between Kubus founer Rob Smit who played a crucial part on many early Kubus releases and one Bas de Groot.
Two thirty minute pieces of which the first sounds like early ambient industrial and the second more industrial - that is the first half. The second half, well, the second half Another great Kubus release, and seeing the few amount of downloads on Mark van Kempen compared to say the Dutch punk posts , I think it's all a bit wasted on you.
Hence I will persist in forcing this down on you. I already posted two releases by V2 Archief before, Laibach and Test Dept, and now comes Merzbow, in fact the first release by this label, from Classic mids Merzbow release, not as noise based as his recent work, but with shortwave and rhythm machines.
Merzbow later 'recycled' this release into a 10", also for V2 Archief, called 'Red 2 Eyes', which I believe is the translation of 'Aka Meme'. There is also a later double cassette release by Merzbow, with concert recordings from the Netherlands, which I may do much later on.
When back in the days I bought the Svatsox 7" I posted earlier I though they sounded a bit too much like The Ex, which were my favorites. I never heard their records, which came after that, and now I regret that I didn't get those.
This post contains both these records. In the 'Ruins' zip you will also find demo recordings from july , very very kindly donated by Niels of the famous Eet U Smakelijk blog. Svatsox later became De Kift, with on drums Wim, who played previously with Rondos. They still perform live and release records. Ruins LP, Platen twepi, 6,28, 2. Tuesday, December 11, P. From P. Kok I already posted a 7" before. I believe he was the guitarist in Dier. He plays guitar, piano, synthesizer and such like and is somewhat industrial at times, sometimes a bit more musique concrete.
Bob Wallagh plays rhythmbox, bass, guitar, synth, vocals and steel percussion. His cassette is only very short, but nice minimal synth music. One of the very first entires on this blog was the Gust De Meyer tape on Ding Dong, the second in the series called 'Miniatures', this is the first one.
On the cover we read that it is 'our intention is to present music with a strong visual character, in which there is a provocative relationship between the music and its package'. Surely this is a nice package, but what it has to with devils and apples, beats me.
Anne Gillis's music on LP and CD can be found on various blogs, but this might be her most obscure release one of the more obscure ones. I have no idea why she choose the name Devil's Picnic, but the music is a bit more synth based and less on concrete sounds.
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Album Filter Applied. Case Condition see all. Excellent EX Filter Applied. Artist see all. Pop Goes the 70's [Crimson]. On the Border. Mystic Spirits: Special Classic. Mystic Spirits, Vol. Live at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London. Just Yesterday. Producer, String Arrangements. Hits of the 80's [Madacy]. The Countdown Singers. By Your Side. Becky Jane Taylor. Best of Beyond the Skies. Aerobic, Vol. A's, B's and Rarities. Turn It up: Best of 80's Rock.
The Real '80s. The Dark Side. Composer, Lyricist. Real 70's: The Polyester Hits. Let's Hear It for the 70's, Vol. Greatest Hits. Extended Versions: The Encore Collection. Back in the Circus. Jonatha Brooke. A Valid Path. The Long Road Home: Producer, Engineer, Recording. The Aerovons. Primary Artist, Producer, Engineer, Composer. Out of Order. Music of the Alan Parsons Project. Brazilian Beats, Vol. Love Songs. Like, Omigod! The '80s Pop Culture Box Totally.
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Producer, Engineer, Primary Artist, Composer. Eye in the Sky: Encore Collection. Billboard Top Dance Hits: Best of the Alan Parsons Project [Zounds]. Beautiful Pan Flute Melodies. Dinu Bohma. The Energy of Sound. Trance Atlantic Airwaves. Number Ones: The 70's. Nebraska Football: Greatest Hits, Vol. Moody 80's. Pat Benatar. Hits of the 80's [Columbia River]. Greatest Sports Rock and Jams [Box]. Greatest Rock: All-Time Classics.
Chicago Bulls Greatest Hits, Vol. Performer, Composer, Primary Artist. X-Themes: Songs from the Unknown. The Definitive Collection . Starry Eyes. Special Collection. Greatest Sports Rock and Jams. Eighties Rock Classics: Party Town. Producer, Engineer, Mixing, Remix Engineer. World of Synthesizer.I used to have the cassette tape and upgraded to cd. I love the songs, I love the choir, & her voice is amazing. Reviewed in the United States on November 24, Verified Purchase. Once again, Hillsongs rock! I love the message behind the music and the anointing. BUT because the worship songs in Touching heaven Changing Earth album /5(13).