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8 thoughts on “ Retaliation - Strain - Here And Now (Vinyl, Album, LP)

  1. Jul 29,  · Merch for this release: Vinyl LP Australia has been churning out completely bonkers punk and hardcore for a few years now, from Parsnip to Terry to BB and the Blips, and Geld is certainly part of that group. They also lead the pack of hardcore acts using psychedelic guitar to chaotic effect, as heard on the brutal “Infrasound,” the riffs sometimes ascending .
  2. 7. ‘The Here And Now’- is about living in the moment and seizing it. That can be ap-plied to many things, obviously. Too many people get caught up in the past or fu-ture and miss the opportunity that's right before them. 8. ‘Nothing To Me’- is written from two perspectives.
  3. This is an unbelievable auction of vinyl albums. It is a one owner estate from Hoboken, NJ. This is the first of many on line auctions. The estate is HUGE. There are signed albums, rare albums and albums from all genres!
  4. In keeping with their motto of expanding and expanding upon their repertoire, guest musicians Mike Risberg and Michael Samos joined the core three in the studio to add extra guitar, keys and pedal steel, adding vibrancy and lushness to the album. In all regards, Reflections shows a band with a clear vision honing their skills with every year.
  5. Kevin Martin has tapped into a kind of unfathomable strain of desolation this year, first on King Midas Sound’s ‘Solitude’ - one of the most painfully lonely albums of recent times, and now on the first album under his own name, ’Sirens’, released by Lawrence English’s Room 40 label. It’s a startling record lost in its own thoughts, the soundtrack to personal tragedy and rebirth.
  6. Jul 31,  · Hear and acquire this ultra-rare Hyperdontia flexi disc single, featuring an exclusive new song as part of the Decibel Flexi Series. Hurry, quantities are extremely limited!
  7. This album does get a bad rap by Erasure standards, with some merit. The production does seem a little odd at best. It doesn't sound like their other work (more acoustic, less synth), which makes it a refreshingly experimental album with some catchy tunes that definitely doesn't just repeat their past work (especially Alien, Love is the Rage, and Catch 22), plus some more /5().
  8. Aug 05,  · Featuring Blakey on drums, with trumpeter Lee Morgan, tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley, pianist Bobby Timmons, and bassist Jymie Merritt, the short-lived lineup exemplifies an erudite but potent strain of hard bop that few have equaled since. It’s out now on vinyl, compact disc, and digital as part of Blue Note’s Blakey centennial celebration.

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