Discussion in 'Whatever' started by pickleloaf, Jan 16, 2008.
Voq... I'm getting old... totally forgot about this one...
Thanks for sharing!
In the 80s I was into Electronic Body Music. Never I have seen live footage of Revolting Cocks.
I just found this:
The algorithms tossed this old favorite of mine at me the other day:
Just clicked on it, and was busy feeling weird seeing the song set to one of those little movies, quite contrary to the way the song has lived in my head all these years, when I scrolled down and saw that David Berman's band was 'trending' for the worst reason: his dead body was discovered on the 7th of this month.
His final single, released a couple of months ago:
"All My Happiness is Gone."
Purple Mountains Silver Jews - Random Rules.
ah that vid was on a great old Electronic Body Music VHS comp...
this gig at the Astoria was deranged..
Play too loud for maximum joy!
Thiswas actually yesterday's song of the day...
@doomboy posting dutch acid?
Here's some more:
It's actually shameless selfadvertisement
wicked jam mate...
so much good acid and general analogue weirdness has come out of the the Netherlands init...Bunker are deffo up there with the best record labels in the world..Unit Moebius,Legowelf,i-f,Sendex,Terrace..so many cool tunes...
Funny you mention Bunker: they released one track by me. Bit over the top maybe but it's from my younger dayz:
But I was here actually to post this earth shaker
Robert Calvert - Ship of Fools
I dare you, to be real
To touch a flickering flame
The pangs of dark delight
Don't cower in night fright
Don't back away just yet
From destinations set
I dare you to be proud
To dare to shout aloud
For convictions that you feel
Like sound from bells to peal
I dare you to despise
Bureaucracy, and all it's lies
In a void they stare
They never dare to dare
I dare you
S'funny, I had a little scrap of paper on which I'd scrawled, "I dare you to be real" attached to my boyhood bedroom's door. Affixed it some time late in the 7th grade and it remained there until I plucked it off while helping get the house ready for sale (and, ultimately, destruction!) just a few years ago. Roughly three decades.
RIP, little scrap of paper.
Velvet Underground - I'm Gonna Move Right In
The Fall - British People In Hot Weather
So Liquid Swords has always been one of the GOAT so I can't believe I slept on this follow up classic up until now:
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