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Another Music in a Different Kitchen album for sale by Buzzcocks was released Feb 09, 2010 on the Mute label. By the time the Buzzcocks released their 1978 full-length debut, they had already opened up for the Sex Pistols, released an EP entitled SPIRAL SCRATCH, and put out a batch of excellent singles. Yet ANOTHER MUSIC IN A DIFFERENT KITCHEN still plays like an opening salvo, a slap in the face, and a defining first statement. Most casual fans know the band's singles from the seminal 1979 compilation SINGLES GOING STEADY. Another Music in a Different Kitchen CD music is a 2-disc set with 41 songs. ...See Full Description
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One of the best albums to come out of the punk era. It still stands up today. Pete Shelley proves that the loss of Howard Devoto was no problem for the band.
By tubbyturneruk (Sunderland, UK)
great deluxe release of this classic album by the buzzcocks, some demos and live stuff i have never heard before, great collection here a+++++
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|CD Universe Part number||8104897|
|Release Date||Feb 09, 2010|
|Recording Time||124 minutes|
John Maher - vocals, drums
Steve Diggle - vocals, guitar
Steve "Paddy" Garvey - bass
|Additional Info||Special Edition|
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Another Music in a Different Kitchen buy CD music The Rolling Stones' first set of all-original material--a full two years after the Beatles had passed that milestone with A HARD DAY'S NIGHT--1966's AFTERMATH is arguably the Stones' first truly great album, as opposed to a selection of killer singles padded out with some forgettable filler. Not that the singles aren't killers; "Paint It Black" and "Under My Thumb" are two of the Stones' most inventive chart successes, their sitar and marimba touches showing that at least through 1966, the Stones were just as likely as the Beatles, Kinks or Who to release a single that sounded like nothing else on the radio.
Of the album tracks, "Lady Jane" and "Stupid Girl" are standouts, the former another of the boys' Elizabethan oddities and the latter a stomping, snotty garage rocker. Even better, though, are formal experiments like "I Am Waiting," a spooky acoustic tune that sounds like the boys had been listening to George Harrison's Indian excursions. Several of the more blues-based tracks press the five-minute barrier, culminating in the nearly 12-minute blues-rock rave-up "Goin' Home," one of the few extended jams that's actually worth the extra minutes.
Remastered reissue of 1966 album, suitable for standard & 'Super Audio' CD players. Abkco. Digipak. 2002.
Recorded at RCA Studios, Hollywood, California. Includes liner notes by Dave Hassinger.
The Rolling Stones: Ian Stewart (harpsichord); Bill Wyman (bass guitar); Jack Nitzsche, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones , Charlie Watts .
Personnel: Keith Richards (vocals, guitar); Mick Jagger (vocals, percussion); Brian Jones (guitar, dulcimer, sitar, piano, harpsichord, organ, marimba, bells); Bill Wyman (piano, harpsichord, organ, marimba, bells); Jack Nitzsche (piano, harpsichord, organ, percussion); Charlie Watts (marimba, drums, percussion, bells).
Liner Note Authors: David Hassinger ; Mike M. Koshitani.
Recording information: RCA Studios Hollywood; RCA Studios, Hollywood, CA.
Photographers: Guy Webster; Jerry Schatzberg.
Arranger: The Rolling Stones.
The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals, percussion); Keith Richards (vocals, guitar); Brian Jones (guitar, dulcimer, sitar, marimba, bells); Bill Wyman (marimba, bass, bells); Charlie Watts (marimba, drums, percussion).
Additional personnel: Jack Nitzsche, Ian Stewart (piano, organ, harpsichord).
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Best of ? & the Mysterians: Cameo Parkway 1966-1967 CD (2005)
Another Music in a Different Kitchen CD music Though most people remember ? & the Mysterians solely for their one enduring hit, "96 Tears," the frat-band staple that mixed garage rock with Tex-Mex via a monomaniacal organ riff, they actually laid down plenty of other memorable tracks in their initial lifespan. Most, including the original version of their hit, were, incredibly, unavailable on CD for decades making this 2005 reissue of the band's Cameo-Parkway sides something of a monumental occasion for garage rock collectors. The Mysterians are in their prime here ably mixing blues, soul, and teeth-baring rockers with rough-and-ready aplomb, and the inclusion of a few never-before-heard tracks (including an alternate version of "96 Tears") makes this sharply assembled anthology an absolute must for fans of the genre.
Liner Note Author: Jeff Tamarkin.
Recording information: Allegro Sound Studios; Dick Charles Recording Service, New York, NY; Michigan; New York, NY; Regent Sound STudios, New York, NY; Shields Recording Studio, Bay City, MI; Talent Masters.
Arranger: Jimmy Wisner.
? & the Mysterians: Question Mark (vocals); Bobby Balderrama (guitar); Frank Rodriguez (organ); Frank Lugo, Fernando Aguilar (bass guitar); Eddie Serrato.
Personnel: Robert Balderrama (guitar); Frank Rodriguez (organ); Eddie Serrato (drums).
Additional personnel: Tony Orlando (background vocals).
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Another Music in a Different Kitchen songs OCEAN RAIN was modestly described as "the greatest album ever made" during it's promotional campaign. While it doesn't quite live up to this rash claim, it remains Echo and the Bunnymen's most ambitious and cohesive '80s release--a stepping stone that really should have led the band to world-wide fame. This is where the band left any traces of post-punk shambling behind and reached for the stars.
The majestic mood of the album is heightened by the extravagant string arrangements that underpin Ian McCulloch's plaintive croon. On "The Killing Moon," one of the band's finest moments, the orchestra is deployed to spectacular effect. McCulloch gives the performance of his life, while the group's often overlooked guitarist Will Sergeant plays with imaginative dexterity. Things turn spookily psychedelic during "Thorn of Crowns," with its memorable refrain "c-c-c-cucumber, c-c-c-cabbage, c-c-c-cauliflower." It's hard to tell whether McCulloch is exorcising some inner demon or just trying to remember his shopping list. Somehow, in the context of the sparkling OCEAN RAIN, it doesn't really matter.
Remastered reissue of 1984 album features 17 tracks including 8 bonus tracks, 'Angels & Devils', 'All You Need Is Love' (Alt. Version), 'The Killing Moon' (Alt. Version), 'Stars Are Stars' (Alt. Version), 'Villiers Terrace' (Alt. Version), 'Silver' (Alt Version. - prev. unreleased), 'My Kingdom' (Live - prev. unreleased), & 'Ocean Rain' (Live - prev. unreleased). 25th anniversary expanded edition features new liner notes & unseen photos. Slipcase. WSM. 2003.
liner notes by Max Bell.
Recorded at Les Studio Des Dames, Paris, France and Amazon Studios, Liverpool, England. Originally released on Sire (25084). Includes
Personnel: Ian McCulloch (vocals); Will Sergeant (guitar, sitar, harpsichord); Adam Peters (cello, piano); Luvan Kiem (clarinet); Alan Perman (harpsichord); Pete de Freitas (drums).
Audio Mixers: Bunnymen; Gil Norton.
Audio Remasterers: Dan Hersch; Bill Inglot.
Liner Note Author: Max Bell.
Recording information: Amazon Studios, Liverpool (03/18/1984-05/12/1984); Crescent Studios, Bath, Somerset, England (03/18/1984-05/12/1984); Les Studio Des Dames, Paris, France (03/18/1984-05/12/1984); Liverpool Cathedral, Liverpool (03/18/1984-05/12/1984); Studio Davout, Paris, France (03/18/1984-05/12/1984); The Automatt, San Francisco, CA (03/18/1984-05/12/1984).
Photographers: Greg Allen ; Jim Kutler; Les Pattinson.
Echo & The Bunnymen: Ian McCulloch (vocals, guitar); Will Sergeant (guitar); Les Pattinson (bass); Pete De Freitas (drums).
Additional personnel: Adam Peters (cello, piano).
Mirrored CD (2007)
Another Music in a Different Kitchen album for sale If modern day indie music appears to consist of an endless queue of groups that are either bland emo retreads or glitzy disco punkers, it is then that much more refreshing to encounter a band like Battles. With a lineage that consists of some of indie rock's most accomplished musicians, Battles is a veritable neo-prog supergroup, though one that embraces the possibilities of technology used in tandem with instrumental virtuosity.
MIRRORED, the band's debut full-length makes its intent clear from the onset--to ingest 50 years of rock history and regurgitate it as fractilized micro-symphonies. Rhythms bounce whimsically from motorik krautrock beats to glammed up T. Rex shuffles; such stop-on-a-dime surprises seem to be offered up at every turn. Tyondai Braxton's bizarre vocal gibberish--pitched up and looped in real-time--recalls similar experiments by the Animal Collective, while simple, repetitive note progressions give way to full-on guitar bombast (courtesy of Don Caballero's Ian Williams). But the Battles-plan cannot be reduced to mere quiet verse/loud chorus formula. Featuring a generous dose of improvisatory interplay, MIRRORED is tightrope-walking post-rock with a technology-driven edge.
Audio Mixers: Battles; Keith Souza.
Recording information: Machines With Magnets, Pawtucket, RI.
Photographer: Timothy Saccenti.
Battles: David Konopka (bass guitar); John Stanier, Tyondai Braxton, Ian Williams.
Personnel: Tyondai Braxton (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Ian Williams (guitar, keyboards); John Stanier (drums).
Pink Flag CD (1977)
Another Music in a Different Kitchen CD music Wire's furious interpretation of punk was encapsulated on this primitive, minimalist debut. Abrasive and disjointed, these 21 tracks exude a fury impossible to ignore and one enhanced by their very brevity. Tracks halt, sometimes abruptly, when the point has been made, creating an ever-changing melange of sound and texture. While generally aggressive, Pink Flag also boasts two wonderful pop songs ('Ex-Lion Tamer' and 'Mannequin'), suggesting that Wire would not be constrained by stylistic expectations. The album's mixture of polemics and pointedness would influence several US groups, including R.E.M., who later covered 'Strange'. Its perceptive urgency grows with time.
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|Love Bites CDs (1978)
Another Music in a Different Kitchen buy CD music On the Buzzcocks' sophomore effort, LOVE BITES, the band, and lead singer/songwriter Pete Shelley in particular, go beyond the bratty punk provocations of songs such as "Orgasm Addict," becoming masters of perfectly crafted punk-pop. The presence of "Ever Fallen in Love," one of the Buzzcocks' finest moments, is enough to testify to this fact. The tune's wonderfully sculpted major/minor-key shifting, bouncing verses, and unforgettable chorus, not to mention Shelley's vulnerable vocals, raise the aggressive pop song to an art form.
LOVE BITES is full of other gems, too, including "Real World," the lead-off track, which builds from a beautifully chugging rhythm into a fully fleshed rock attack, and "Nostalgia," a classic minor-key progression imbued with propulsive energy. "Just Lust" and "Sixteen Again" flirt with simple song structures, but the tunes are so smartly put together that their surfaces can be misleading. The 2001 reissue of LOVE BITES adds four bonus singles (including two more examples of peerless punk-pop perfection in "Love You More" and "Promises," as well as the delightfully cheeky "Noise Annoys"), enhancing this already-classic punk-pop album.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Include liner notes by Richard Boon and Malcolm Garrett.
Audio Remasterer: Peter Mew.
Recording information: Indigo Studios (07/17/1978-07/18/1978); Lesser Free Trade Hall, Manchester (07/17/1978-07/18/1978); Indigo Studios (07/21/1978); Lesser Free Trade Hall, Manchester (07/21/1978).
Illustrator: Robin Utracik.
Photographers: Chris Gabrin; Kevin Cummins.
The Buzzcocks: Pete Shelley, Steve Diggle (vocals, guitar); Steve Garvey (bass); John Maher (drums).
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