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NEWS Industrial Band RIOTLEGION Announces The Release Of Machine Liberation

Industrial Band RIOTLEGION Announces The Release Of Machine Liberation

04th of July 2020, 17:17

Blind Mice Productions and industrial band RIOLEGION have announced the release of the new full-length RIOTLEGION album, Machine Liberation.

"The album, like many other of my releases, comes from a place of angry optimism. For instance: Liberty for security: too many people are willing to give up their freedom to feel safe. What happens when that safety net falls? "

- Michael (RIOTLEGION)

For fans of: HOCICO, COMBICHRIST & 3TEETH

"Living in Seattle right now our safety net has failed, just as it has in many other cities. If we don't have the freedom to protect ourselves, to provide proper care and triage independently, we have nothing. There are "different rules for the the rest of us." This leads to infighting between communities that should be helping one another."

"Extremely punchy and unforgiving. No gimmicks. Lots of anger. Listen to it now." -Brutal Resonance

www.facebook.com/RiotLegionOfficial


NEWS I Wanted To Tell Her by Ministry turns 37 years this month!

I Wanted To Tell Her by Ministry turns 37 years this month!

03rd of July 2020, 14:38

After releasing their very first release/12" I'm Faling/ Cold Life on Wax Trax! Records in 1981, Ministry was picked up by Arista and a number of singles were issued to promote the upcoming debut album With Sympathy. One of those singles is 'I Wanted To Tell Her', and it was released as the second and preliminary single. The song features guest vocals from American singer Shay Jones. "I Wanted to Tell Her" became one of the most popular songs from With Sympathy, charting on both the US Dance and New Zealand charts.
It was released 37 years ago, in July 1983 as both 7" and 12"

7" Vinyl (US)
"I Wanted to Tell Her" (edit) – 3:55
"A Walk In the Park" – 4:58

7" Vinyl (US promo)
"I Wanted to Tell Her" (edit) – 3:55
"I Wanted to Tell Her" (mono) – 3:55

12" Maxi-single (US)
"I Wanted to Tell Her" (remix) – 6:57
"I Wanted to Tell Her" (dub) – 4:45
"Effigy" – 3:51
"Revenge" – 3:48

7" Vinyl (UK)
"I Wanted to Tell Her" (remix edit) – 3:57
"I Wanted to Tell Her" (Tongue-Tied remix) – 4:45

12" Vinyl (EU)
"I Wanted to Tell Her" (remix) – 6:57
"I Wanted to Tell Her" (Tongue-Tied remix) – 4:45

12" Maxi-single (EU)
"I Wanted to Tell Her" (remix) – 6:57
"I Wanted to Tell Her" (Tongue-Tied remix) – 4:45
"A Walk In the Park" – 4:58

Although not listed as such on the sleeves, all 12" versions (as well as the UK 7") use an alternate performance of the song that differs from the one on With Sympathy. The Tongue-Tied Mix and Dub version are the same.


I Wanted To Tell Her - Lyrics

I wanted to tell her but I stuck to my lies
I wanted to tell her till I looked in her eyes
I wanted to tell her but I stuck to my lies
I wanted to tell her till I looked in her eyes
I wanted to tell her
I needed to tell her
Just like the wind you blew away your happy lover's touch
You bring the blues into my heart just like a rush
I cannot bear the way my heart has helped to keep you close
Of you my babe I cannot get enough you touch me baby
I loved you to the lines of lies you told when I asked her name
I knew the perfume in your hair just wasn't mine
Did you ever think to notice me when you wasn't home?
I noticed every time
I wanted to tell her but I stuck to my lies
I wanted to tell her till I looked in her eyes
I wanted to tell her but I stuck to my lies
I wanted to tell her till I looked in her eyes
Thought you noticed every time but you didn't notice a thing
I'd have to cover up my calls when the telephone would ring
I'm tired of you and the things you do and all the things you say
No more babysitting for neurotic girls today
I'm thinking that the pain I'm going through just to keep you babe
Is something that I should bear
Did you ever stop to notice me when you had nothing?
And I never cared?
Just like the wind you blew away your happy lover's touch
You bring the blues into my life just like a rush
I cannot bear the way my heart has helped to keep you close
Of you my babe I cannot get enough
You touch me baby, don't be mean to me!
I wanted to tell her but I stuck to my lies
I wanted to tell her till I looked in her eyes
I wanted to tell her but I stuck to my lies
I wanted to tell her till I looked in her eyes
I wanted to tell her but I stuck to my lies
I wanted to tell her till I looked in her eyes
I wanted to tell her
I needed to tell her

Songwriters: Al Jourgensen / Shay Jones


NEWS Today it’s exactly 41 years ago since Joy Division released their debut studio album Unknown Pleasures (15 June 1979).

Today it’s exactly 41 years ago since Joy Division released their debut studio album Unknown Pleasures (15 June 1979).

15th of June 2020, 07:00

Today it’s exactly 41 years ago since Joy Division released their debut studio album Unknown Pleasures (15 June 1979) on the renowned label Factory Records. The album was recorded and mixed in only three successive weekends in April of the same year and was produced by Martin Hannet who incorporated a number of unconventional recording and production techniques into the group's sound.

The cover artwork was designed by artist Peter Saville while the centre sleeve depicts "100 consecutive pulses from the pulsar CP 1919" as found by Bernard Sumner in The Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Astronomy (See more about the artwork in the video below)

It is the only Joy Division album that was released during lead singer Ian Curtis's lifetime.

Initially, sales of Unknown Pleasures were slow until the release of the non-album single, 'Transmission'. The album sold over 5000 copies within the first week of it's release, 20.000 copies were sold within the first year. However the album did not chart until it was reissued after the suicide of singer Ian Curtis. Then the album peaked at #71 in the UK Album Charts in August 1980 while it reached No.2 in the UK indie charts and spent 136 weeks in the chart in total. Factory Records did not release any singles from Unknown Pleasures,

It has since received sustained critical acclaim as an influential post-punk album and has been named as one of the best albums of all-time by publications such as NME, AllMusic, Select and Spin.

Instead of side A and B the sides were named Outside and Inside.

Unknown Pleasures - tracklist
A Outside

1. Disorder
2. Day Of The Lords
3. Candidate
4. Insight
5. New Dawn Fades

B Inside

1. She’s Lost Control
2. Shadowplay
3. Wilderness
4. Interzone
5. I Remember Nothing

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NEWS 29 years of Kraftwerk in The Mix

29 years of Kraftwerk in The Mix

11th of June 2020, 17:23

On this day, 29 years ago, Kraftwerk released their remix album The Mix. It was released on 11 June 1991 and featured re-recorded and, in some cases, re-arranged versions of a selection of songs which were released on their previous albums.

Ralf Hütter stated in interviews that he regarded The Mix as a type of live album, as it captured the results of the band's continual digital improvisations in their Kling Klang studio. The band had made a return to the stage in 1990, after a nine-year hiatus from touring, and since then the band's live setlist has used arrangements drawn from The Mix rather than the original recordings. As the band didn't want to release a traditional "Greatest Hits" or "Best of" collection they opted for 'The Mix'.


At the time, the band were in the process of reconfiguring their Kling Klang studio from analog to digital recording technology; integrating MIDI into their setup and creating sound archives from their original master tapes that were stored onto computers. This proved to be an ongoing task, as new upgrades and equipment were continually made available in the years following the album project. Despite no new, original recorded material or live tours outside of Europe, Ralf Hütter did not want Kraftwerk to appear defunct to the public.


The album's production is credited to Ralf Hütter, Florian Schneider, and Fritz Hilpert, the latter of whom had replaced percussionist and stage set designer Wolfgang Flür after Flür left the group in 1987. Karl Bartos also left the band in 1991 and was replaced by Fernando Abrantes. Bartos claimed in later interviews that much of his programming work was still featured on The Mix, uncredited.


The album received rather mixed reception on its release. Although many music magazines and citric rated the album from good to very good, many fans were disappointed at the lack of new compositions and, moreover, the production values of the re-recorded tracks did not strike many listeners as particularly cutting edge, something which Kraftwerk had previously been renowned for. The Mix was created entirely digitally, albeit during a period when the technology had yet to reach its maturity, and thus featured a sound which many listeners tend to find somewhat "sterile" compared to the analogue electronics employed on most of Kraftwerk's previous recordings of these songs. Nevertheless, The Mix placed first in The Wire's year-end poll, the first time the magazine—previously known for its focus on jazz—opened up an all-genre category.

The album has been released in both an English and German sung version an on various different formats like double 12" vinyl, Cassette and CD and was officially re-released in 2009.

The Mix - Tracklist

1. The Robots / Die Roboter 8:56

2. Computer Love / Computerliebe 6:35

3. Pocket Calculator / Taschenrechner 4:32

4. Dentaku / Calculator 3:27

5. Autobahn 9:27

6. Radioactivity / Radioaktivität 6:53

7. Trans-Europe Express 3:20

8. Abzug 2:18

9. Metal on Metal / Metall auf Metall 4:58

10.Home Computer / Heimcomputer") 8:02

11.Music Non Stop / Musik Non-Stop 6:38

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NEWS Sieben covering David Bowie's Heroes live + new CD album 2020 VISION releases this Friday, 12th June!

Sieben covering David Bowie's Heroes live + new CD album 2020 VISION releases this Friday, 12th June!

11th of June 2020, 13:50

What started as a fan request for some online material has grown somewhat. LOCKDOWN SIEBEN sees Matt Howden perform a free online concert each Friday evening (8 GMT) via his SIEBEN Facebook page. No log in required.

As well as this, individual tracks performed live by Matt in his home studio (in his socks) are added to his Matt Howden Youtube channel on a regular basis:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-wcs8kgZRyr17Ih9VP5Dnw

So far, all 6 concerts and 17 individual tracks have been added. The artist is linking his material old and new (including revisiting many tracks from his earlier back catalogue), brought together under the new power-sound of his trusty five-string Kevlar violin, Kev.

Matt says:

The concerts have really felt like the digital divide isn’t there - I’ve been loving the special, intimate and homely feel that people are bringing to these concerts. Loving that I can rock up in my socks, singing through a studio condenser mic, loving that it's pushing me to reconnect with my older material. Loving that people can merrily chat-type away, without talking over the music. Overall, I'm quite liking it, then. Come join me on a Friday :)

LOCKDOWN SIEBEN is also an evolving series of ‘live in lockdown’ albums, available from the Sieben Bandcamp: https://sieben.bandcamp.com/

Volume 1 & 2 are now released, volume 3 expected soon. They are ‘pay what you like’ so can be downloaded for free - times are hard, and the artist aims to provide some entertainment for you during lockdown and beyond. (As well as keep himself sane).

Meanwhile, enjoy his live coverversion of David Bowie's Heroes below!

www.matthowden.com

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