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You Or Me - Babyflesh - New Wave Of Cynicism (CD)

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  1. Goltill says:
    The album was notable for the first appearance on vinyl of OH BONDAGE, UP YOURS! by X-RAY SPEX not released as a single until October As many of you know the page is just me, Paul. I write and research the articles, and edit the videos, often reinventing them entirely. THE CRUNCH. I Love New Wave Music. 16, Followers · Music.
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    Sep 18,  · On “Labrador,” her dog Maisie is a metaphor for life’s takers, while “Living a Lie”—a subtly orchestrated duet with The Shins’ James Mercer—is sardonic and hopeful in equal measure. And the title track finds Mann at her witty best, complete with New Wave synths and peppy guitars.
  3. Mauzshura says:
    Notes. Limited to copies, all handnumbered. Video. Related to Lucifugum - Sociopath: Philosophy Cynicism. Mauro M.B.S. - The Philosophy Of Dance.
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    Thank you to everyone who has joined DECADE. As many of you know the page is just me, Paul. I write and research the articles, and edit the videos, often reinventing them entirely. THE CRUNCH. It now takes almost an entire day of work to put together content for the page. If you could see fit to make a small donation then I would be eternally.
  6. Brashicage says:
    Love You has been recognized as a work of "proto-synth pop," a forerunner to new wave experiments, and an idiosyncratic and creative oddity in the Beach Boys' canon. After being asked where somebody should begin with the Beach Boys discography, Wilson answered: "Pet Sounds first, then listen to The Beach Boys Love You." A follow-up album, Adult/Child, was completed by the group, but left.
  7. Akirr says:
    This is the album on which the Talking Heads came into their own. Sure, 77 was charming, in its faux-naïve, art-school way, but More Songs finds the band pushing their eccentricities to new, harder-edged heights, the signature cat-scratch guitars scuffling around crisp, martial beats. Brian Eno’s production punches up the drums and bass for a weird fusion of funk, punk, and New Wave herky.
  8. Toshicage says:
    The album’s opening track, Days, could be described as noir new wave Motown circus rock, but that’s only scratching the surface of how artfully the band blend those styles. The two women’s voices harmonize eerily over an uneasy, altered waltz, the sax adding a deliciously smoky undercurrent: These are the days I never spent with you.

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