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Sussex

Quote from: Janko on September 26, 2008, 17:37:29
Quote from: Sussex on September 26, 2008, 08:54:58

Iron Maiden - Fear of The Dark


F**k YEAH!

:smth023


Up The Iron \m/

Whats ur fav from them Janko? ur selection is always the imaginative  one.. 8)
"Thick As Shit"

Janko

Quote from: Sussex on September 26, 2008, 20:52:52
Whats ur fav from them


I love the mid to late 80's stuff the most,  but:






Maybe the best reunion album ever recorded!
Fatter than Bob, balder than Porl, as sober as Simon, as amusing as Jason

japanesebaby

Varjo  (= "shadow")

influences: Cocteau Twins, Bauhaus, The Cure, Brian Eno, Joy Division, Killing Joke, New Order, Slowdive, The Church, Danse Society, Stina Nordenstam, Pj Harvey and many more

but so much bad news lately: the guitarist of Varjo died abruptly in a fire in his home, not very long ago. and just a few weeks before they were supposed to start recording their forth album in october.
the last track he contributed on, 'olet ehkä kuollut', is available for listening on the band's myspace.
ironically, the title of the song means "perhaps you're dead".
a pity. this was a good band and a person that will be widely missed in the local music life.
Ay, in the very temple of Delight
Veil'd Melancholy has her sovran shrine

revolt

Quote from: japanesebaby on September 29, 2008, 19:05:40
Varjo  (= "shadow")

influences: Cocteau Twins, Bauhaus, The Cure, Brian Eno, Joy Division, Killing Joke, New Order, Slowdive, The Church, Danse Society, Stina Nordenstam, Pj Harvey and many more

but so much bad news lately: the guitarist of Varjo died abruptly in a fire in his home, not very long ago. and just a few weeks before they were supposed to start recording their forth album in october.
the last track he contributed on, 'olet ehkä kuollut', is available for listening on the band's myspace.
ironically, the title of the song means "perhaps you're dead".
a pity. this was a good band and a person that will be widely missed in the local music life.



It's a pity... I sure like the music and that guitar sound. It reminds me of 1982-84 Cocteau Twins, maybe also of Dif Juz.

kissingcrimson

Amanda Palmer- Have to drive

The Cure- Primary 

The Smiths- I know it's over

Phillip Glass- Metamorphosis (one)

Sigur ros: Inní mér syngur vitleysingur

Radiohead: Sail to the moon
/ Fake plastic Trees

The Cure- Uyea Sound
'I'm in a carefully careless mess'

revolt

Quote from: japanesebaby on September 26, 2008, 16:46:20

'premonition' and 'factory (live '79)





Haha, it's fun to see Charlie Burchill playing a metal "V" guitar on that video... and Jim Kerr looks totally stoned!  :shock:

revolt

Quote from: revolt on October 01, 2008, 17:06:48
Quote from: japanesebaby on September 26, 2008, 16:46:20

'premonition' and 'factory (live '79)





Haha, it's fun to see Charlie Burchill playing a metal "V" guitar on that video... and Jim Kerr looks totally stoned!  :shock:



The greatest musician in 1979-1984 Simple Minds, though, has to be bassist Derek Forbes. One of the best in rock history...

terry

Intra-Venus - Pray Silence

CLT (welcome to) Paradise

Janko



Very, very loudly!

:smth020

I love it!!!
Fatter than Bob, balder than Porl, as sober as Simon, as amusing as Jason

japanesebaby

Quote from: revolt on October 01, 2008, 17:06:48
Quote from: japanesebaby on September 26, 2008, 16:46:20

'premonition' and 'factory (live '79)





Haha, it's fun to see Charlie Burchill playing a metal "V" guitar on that video... and Jim Kerr looks totally stoned!  :shock:

:smth081


Quote from: revolt on October 02, 2008, 14:06:08
The greatest musician in 1979-1984 Simple Minds, though, has to be bassist Derek Forbes. One of the best in rock history...


that's true, he's really great but not very often that much recognized.
i was quite interested to hear him re-join the minds in the late 90s. too bad he didn't get good enough songs to play there.

on-topic:
currently



one of the best unplugged sessions (actually could be the only one besides the cure that is worth anything, imo).



Ay, in the very temple of Delight
Veil'd Melancholy has her sovran shrine

tigermilk

DIRTY ON PURPOSE - hallelujah sirens  :smth020

revolt

Quote from: japanesebaby on October 02, 2008, 22:37:16

on-topic:
currently



one of the best unplugged sessions (actually could be the only one besides the cure that is worth anything, imo).




You know, the Neil Young one is good, too. And REM, if I remember well (watched it only on TV a long long time ago), were quite good, also.

dsanchez

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tigermilk


japanesebaby

Ay, in the very temple of Delight
Veil'd Melancholy has her sovran shrine