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NEWS Today, 35 years ago, Siouxsie and the Banshees released Tinderbox!

Today, 35 years ago, Siouxsie and the Banshees released Tinderbox!

21st of April 2021, 04:19

Today it’s 35 years since Siouxsie and the Banshees released their seventh studio album Tinderbox (21 April 1986). Two songs were released as singles between late 1985 and early 1986, Cities in Dust and Candyman.

The B-sides of Cities in Dust and Candyman, were added as bonus tracks on the original CD version of this album.

Tinderbox peaked at number 13 in the UK Album Chart and at number 88 on the US Billboard 200.

A remastered CD version was issued in 2009 with bonus tracks including an unreleased version of Song from the Edge of the World and an unreleased song called Starcrossed.

A 180g vinyl reissue of the album, remastered from the original ¼” tapes and cut half-speed at Abbey Road Studios by Miles Showell, was released in August 2018.

The album is considered a classic by both critics and musicians.

Tinderbox (Original LP Tracklist)

Side A
01. Candyman 3:44
02. The Sweetest Chill 4:07
03. This Unrest 6.21
04. Cities in Dust 3:51

Side B
01. Cannons 3:14
02. Party's Fall 4:56
03. 92° 6:02
04. Land's End 6:14

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36 years ago, The Sisters Of Mercy performed No Time To Cry on German TV!

16th of April 2021, 07:00

On 16 April 1985 The Sisters Of Mercy performed No Time To Cry on German pop music TV program Formel 1.

'No Time To Cry' was The Sisters of Mercy's single No. 9, released in advance of their first studio album First And Last And Always and was released on 8 March 1985, 36 years ago!

While the previous advanced First Last And Always single ‘Walk Away’ managed to penetrate the UK single charts to the 45th position, ‘No Time To Cry’ got stuck at the 63rd place.

The appearance of Craig Adams on this release is questioned, especially on Blood Money and Bury Me Deep. Rumor has it that the bass lines were programmed on the Doktor, as Adams supposedly was reluctant to participate in their recording.


No Time To Cry (7" single MR335, 249118-7)

A. No Time To Cry 3'25"
B. Blood Money 3'12"


No Time To Cry (12" single MR 335T, 249117-0)

A. No Time To Cry 3'58"
B. Blood Money 3'12"
B. Bury Me Deep


Line-up:

• Craig Adams - Bass
• Gary Marx - Guitars
• Wayne Hussey - Guitars
• Andrew Eldritch - Vocals
• Doktor Avalanche - Drums


No Time To Cry (Lyrics)

It's just a feeling
I get sometimes
A feeling
Sometimes
And I get frightened
Just like you
I get frightened too
But it's...
No time for heartache
(no no no) No time to run and hide
(no no no) No time for breaking down
(no no no) No time to cry

Sometimes in the world as is you've
Got to shake the hand that feeds you
It's just like Adam says
It's not so hard to understand
It's just like always coming down on
Just like Jesus never came and
What did you expect to find
It's just like always here again it's...

No time for heartache

(no no no) No time to run and hide
(no no no) No time for breaking down
(no no no) No time to cry

Everything will be alright
Everything will turn out fine
Some nights I still can't sleep
And the voices pass with time
And I keep
No time for tears
No time to run and hide
No time to be afraid of fear
I keep no time to cry
No time for tears
No time to run and hide
No time to be afraid of fear
I keep no time to cry
No time for heartache

(no no no) No time to run and hide
(no no no) No time for breaking down
(no no no) No time to cry

Songwriters: Andrew Eldritch / Craig David Adams / Gary Marx / Wayne Hussey
© Universal Music Publishing Group

Sources: Sisterswiki.org / Wikipedia / Discogs

Sisters of Mercy - No time to Cry 1985 German TV - Formel 1 16/04/85

On this day, 36 years ago, The Sisters Of Mercy performed ‘No Time to Cry’ on German TV

16th of April 2021, 07:00

On this day, 36 years ago The Sisters Of Mercy performed ‘No Time to Cry’ on German TV (16 April 1985). ‘No Time To Cry’ was The Sister Of Mercy’s 9th and advanced single of their album ‘First Last And Always’ which was released on 8 March on Merciful Release/WEA.

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NEWS On this day, 20 years ago, FAD GADGET performed his first legendary come-back show!

On this day, 20 years ago, FAD GADGET performed his first legendary come-back show!

15th of April 2021, 16:18

On this day 20 ago, Frank Tovey returned on stage under his most famous moniker FAD GADGET. This for the first time again since he dropped this project and its name in 1985 and began using his real name Frank Tovey.

Frank Tovey played his first Fad Gadget comeback show at the Elecktrofest 2001 on Sunday, April 15th at the Mean Fiddler venue in London with Austrians Temple X as the backing musicians.

The presence of Depeche Mode's Andy Fletcher and Mute boss Daniel Miller in the crowd was confirmation of the significance of Fad Gadget's return to public life.

Later Frank Tovey's Fad Gadget returned to headline dates after opening for Depeche Mode in 2001.

Rumors of a new album were circulating but his artistic renaissance was cruelly curtailed by his death from heart failure one year later, on April 3rd, 2002.

Some unique pictures of this show can be viewed here!

A concert review (DUTCH ONLY FOR NOW) can be read here!

Elecktrofest 2001 Sunday, April 15th - Mean Fiddler, London, England

Set-List Fad Gadget

State Of The Nation

Ricky's Hand

Collapsing New People

Luxery

Fireside Favorite

Love Parasite

Lady Shave

Coitus Interruptus

Insecticide

Back To nature


Festival Line-up:

Fad Gadget
Icon of Coil
In Strict Confidence
Mechanical Cabaret
Void Contrukt
Adfinem


NEWS In memorian.... The Punk Empowerment Of Poly Styrene (° 3 July 1957 †25 April 2011)

In memorian.... The Punk Empowerment Of Poly Styrene (° 3 July 1957 †25 April 2011)

14th of April 2021, 07:00

On this day, 36 years ago, Marianne Joan Elliott-Said, better know as Poly Styrene, passed away.

Poly left her home at the age of 16 and became interested in punk music after attending a concert by The Sex Pistols in the mid 70s. Shortly after she placed an advertisement in a local newspaper saying she was looking for people to start her own punk band. Ultimately this band became the legendary X - Ray Spex, featuring the 19 year old Poly as the flamboyant figurehead. She stood out for her striking appearance. She wore clashing colours and braces to emphasize she did not want to be seen as a sex object.

The band had an instant underground hit with their debut 7” 'Oh Bondage! (30 September 1977). In 1978 two more successful singles followed ,’The Day The World Turned Day-glo' and 'Identity'.

In 1978 Poly Styrene started to suffer from hallucinations that prevented her from focusing on the band and music. She was hospitalized where she was misdiagnosed as schizophrenic. It was not until 1991 that she was diagnosed correctly with bipolar behavioral disorder.

After X - Ray Spex broke up in 1980, Poly Styrene released her solo album 'Translucence'. The loud punk sound and her characteristic shrill voice gave way to calmer jazzy music and a more subdued singing style.

Even when solo album became a minor success, Poly Styrene withdrew from the music world soon after. In 1983 she joined the Hare Krishna movement, which she was actively involved with until 1988.

For many years she lived in anonymity but suddenly, in 2004 she made a comeback with the album 'Flower Airplane'. Six years later another new album, ‘Generation Indigo' was released (March 28, 2011). It would become her final album …

In February 2011, Poly Styrene was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer, with metastases to the spine and lungs. She died on Easter Monday, 25 April 2011 at her home in Sussex at the age of 53.

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