Bon Jovi - Wanted Dead Or Alive
The Shamen - Ebeneezer Goode
One I think Ben Law and IDC should have a listen to, have been playing this all afternoon seeing as it only arrived today.
Great video on you tube if you type in "peter benisch spiralling"
The album I am referring to is Peter Benisch Sountrack Saga
released in 2001 and a great example of electronica
what no pictures. the 1st album is scritti politti cupid&psyche 85 2nd is pieces of eight styx. some things wrong jim you cannot change the laws of physics
Luke Vibert and Jean-Jacques Perrey....."Moog Acid". Analogue lovliness.
David Byrne Brian Eno....."My life in the bush of ghosts"
Just in case no pictures this is the Eels daisies of the galaxy good to test bass:dance:
Journey Greatest Disc 1.
Country of origin - England not United Kingdom.
Rush - 2112
Been listening to this on my Neutrons for the first time today. Fantastic! That kick drum just rocks! :rockout:
Went to watch the new Bruce Willis Sci-Fi/time travel blockbuster last night, Looper.
Halfway through, totally out of the blue, the soundtrack was Richard & Linda Thompson's "I Want To See The Bright Light's Tonight". The director must be a fan, couldn't see how the song fitted in myself. No matter, great song, and an even greater album..
Future Sound of London......"Papua New Guinea"
Little Village......."Little Village". 90's project of Ry Cooder, Nick Lowe, John Hyatt and Jim Keltner.
the 2nd album is muse the 2nd law the 3rd is coheed and cambria the afterman ascension just in case you needed to know prog rock meets pink floyd
I am listening to the fans on my laptop running.