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Best of Golden Palominos
4.1 out of 5 stars with 48 reviews
This compilation features highlights from the four albums Anton Fier's group cut for New York-based Celluloid label during the eighties. Featuring contributions from Michael Stipe, John Lydon, Jack Bruce, Bill Laswell, Arto Lindsay and John Zorn. 15 track
mpn: OJO004CD, ean: 0616892049968,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews
2009 release. Opening with a 10 second homage to Estonian composer Arvo Part, it's immediately apparent that A Sunny Day in Glasgow's Ashes Grammar is going to be a much more visceral outing than their 2007 album debut, Scribble Mural Comic Journal. It takes a few minutes for the record to even begin to reveal itself, as a swarm of 1950s a-capella ('Secrets at the Prom') gives way to resonant drones, room noise, and sub bass ('Slaughter Killing Carnage'). It's here that 'Failure' unexpectedly ki
Milk & Kisses
4.7 out of 5 stars with 10 reviews
Still unique in a new age-friendly world they helped spawn, the Cocteaus return to the rapturous style of old after the failed mainstream bid of Four-Calendar Cafe (1993). What was once minimal and meandering is now an ornate spiderweb of riffs, rich beats, and Liz Fraser's ghostly vocalese on beauties like ''Serpentskirt,'' and ''Calfskin Smack.'' --Jeff Bateman
Everything & Nothing
mpn: 6J, ean: 0724385001727,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 60 reviews
A career spanning release including ''Heartbeat,'' ''I Surrender,'' ''Cover Me with Flowers'' and more - plus the new song ''The Scent of Magnolia.'' A serial collaborator, Everything & Nothing draws material from the range of David Sylvian recordings, from 1991's Rain Tree Crow (with Japan members Richard Barbieri and Steve Jansen) to Ryuichi Sakamoto's 1986 album, Heartbeat, to his own '87 touchstone, Secrets of the Beehive. In a wonderful coup for devotees, this collection of singles, live re
mpn: MFR075596292627#VG, ean: 0075596292627,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
Margerine Eclipse by StereolabWhen sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply. The most amazing thing about Stereolab's Margerine Eclipse is how much of a surprise it is. It's not just that it's a fantastic record--Stereolab have made plenty of those. But since 1996's classic Emperor Tomato Ketchup, they've been deconstructing and breaking down their mix of exotic lounge pop and progressive Krautrock
Sit Down & Listen to: The Live Theater Recordings
mpn: COL 513650-2, ean: 5099751365020,
4.0 out of 5 stars with 22 reviews
Subtitled - the Live Theater Recordings. European edition of the Belgian ambient pop act's 2003 newly recorded acoustic sessions features 14 tracks including a beautiful rendition of Lee Hazelwood's 'My Autumn's Done Come' along with the new single 'The Last Thing I Need Is You & 1 bonus track, 'The Last Thing I Need Is You'. Columbia.
mpn: 9629-1, ean: 0724596938416,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 16 reviews
Two LP set. Saturdays-Youth is an 2008 album by French electronic group M83. The album was recorded with Ken Thomas (past work with Sigur R¢s, The Sugarcubes, Cocteau Twins and Suede) and Ewan Pearson (produced for Tracey Thorn, The Rapture and Ladytron). The album delivers the rich sonic textures with a more focused approach to song structure and form. ''Couleurs'' is the first single and the second single is 'Graveyard Girl'. The album hit number 107 on the billboard 200.
Sounds of Satellites
4.6 out of 5 stars with 37 reviews
Laika's second album, Sounds of the Satellites, combines ambient melodies and pop lyrics with thick, complex jazz percussion and dub-style bass rhythms. Catchy bass lines snap your ears to attention as well-syncopated and driving drums fill out the rest of the rhythm. Layered on top of this, Margaret Fiedler's haunting voice chimes in as a solid melody, dancing at the top of the harmonic range; expands and contracts, filling and amplifying the points where her voice fades for another breath. --R
Hooverphonic Presents Jackie Cane
mpn: 1088286, ean: 0755401088286,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 50 reviews
Limited Double Disc Edition of the Belgian Trip Hop Group's Fourth Full Length Album Augmented by a Bonus CD with Remixes from Past Efforts Unique to this Package.Jackie Cane by Hooverphonic (2002-10-01).
Blue Bell Knoll
4.7 out of 5 stars with 58 reviews
Featuring the ethereal vocals of Elizabeth Fraser, along with the progressive musicianship of multi-instrumentalist Robin Guthrie and bassist Simon Raymonde, Scotland's Cocteau Twins were one of the more prolific electro-pop ensembles to emerge during the 1980's. Robin Guthrie's shimmering guitar and keyboard sound is carefully exaggerated by the use of various studio accoutrement, particularly tape loops and drum machines. Elizabeth Fraser's shimmering voice is used to great effect on the title
Lonely Is An Eyesore
sku: GAD703CD, mpn: VAD 703, ean: 5014436703027,
4.0 out of 5 stars with 28 reviews
Unique Compilation of Songs from 4ad Label Artists Recorded Exclusively for this Collection. The Tracks Are: Colourbox-hot Doggie / this Mortal Coil-acid Bitter and Sad / Wolfgang Press-cut the Tree / Throwing Muses-fish / Dead Can Dance-frontier / C.
Tiny Dynamine / Echoes in a Shallow Bay
4.9 out of 5 stars with 20 reviews
1997 reissue of this 1986 two-on-one comprised of the Scottish trio's two 1985 EPs for 4AD, 'Tiny Dynamine' &'Echoes In A Shallow Bay'. Eight tracks total, including'Pink Orange Red', 'Ribbed And Veined' and 'Pale CloudedWhite'. 4AD.
SERENE VELOCITY - A STEREOLAB [Vinyl]
4.2 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
Stereolab formed in London in 1991 and rose from the underground scene to become one of the most influential alternative groups of the '90s. Their innovative sound, which merges avant-garde experimentalism and infectious, bubbly pop, is driven by hypnotic rhythm tracks and melodic, sing songy vocals, often in French. This is the band's first retrospective compilation, spanning their entire Elektra era from 1993-2004. Over 80 minutes of visionary, intoxicating, and thoroughly modern music re-mast