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Sunday, December 27, 2015

The Fall : Live CD Box CD 4


CD 4   
 
     Melkweg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 7th April 2001

TRAXS
    
01. MES (Spoken Word Tape)     1:06
02. Sons Of Temperance          4:16
03. Two Librans                 3:37
04. Touch Sensitive             3:49
05. Antidotes                   4:33
06. F-'Oldin' Money             3:28
07. Way Round                   5:26
08. Ketamine Sun                4:28
09. Midwatch 1953               3:23
10. Mr Pharmacist               2:47
11. Cyber Insekt                4:52
12. Ibis-Afro Man               4:33
13. Serum (Instrumental)        3:29
14. Dr Buck's Letter            4:52
15. Hot Runes                   2:02
16. Birthday Song (Instrumental)1:18

Mastered at Masterpiece.

The Fall – Touch Sensitive... Bootleg Box Set
Label : Castle Music ?– CMYBX752
Format : 5  CD, Album
Box Set
Country : UK
Released : 14 Jul 2003
Genre : Rock
Style : Alternative Rock, Post Punk , Indie Rock 

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

The Fall : Live CD Box CD 3



This is a UK limited release, but copies were also distributed in the US with a different barcode and catalog number on a sticker over the printed UK barcode.

This is the Number 3 CD .

CD 3
       
Patronaat, Haarlem, The Netherlands. 6th April 2001



TRAXS
    
01. MES (Intro)     2:05
02. Sons Of Temperance  4:14
03. Two Librans         3:17
04. Touch Sensitive     3:10
o5. Antidotes           4:04
06. F-'Oldin' Money     3:21
07. Hot Runes           2:57
08. Way Round           4:54
09. Ketamine Sun        5:12
10. Instrumental        2:29
11. Midwatch 1953       1:42
12. Mr Pharmacist       3:30
13. Dr Buck's Letter    5:16
14. He Pep! (Instrumental) 2:26
15. Das Katerer         3:17
16. Cyber Insekt        4:21
17. Ibis-Afro Man       5:37
18. Birthday Song (Instrumental) 2:51
19. Paintwork           6:40


Mastered at Masterpiece.

The Fall – Touch Sensitive... Bootleg Box Set
Label : Castle Music ?– CMYBX752
Format : 5  CD, Album
Box Set
Country : UK
Released : 14 Jul 2003
Genre : Rock
Style : Alternative Rock, Post Punk , Indie Rock 


Touch Sensitive Lyrics
Hey Hey Hey
Hey Hey Hey
I know, I know, I know

In the cars or on the street
If you smile you are a creep
If you don't say it's very cold
You are drunk or too old

They say what about the meek?
I say they've got a bloody cheek
Vanity and presumption

Living in the hard porn shop lately
I say Hey hey hey
Touch Sensitive

I know, I know, I know
And you're dying for a pee
So you go behind a tree
And a Star Wars police vehicle pulls up
I say gimme a taxi

Touch Sensitive

Thursday, December 10, 2015

The Fall : Live CD Box CD 2


This is a UK limited release, but copies were also distributed in the US with a different barcode and catalog number on a sticker over the printed UK barcode.

Made in the EU
Castle Music is a label of Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.
2003 The copyright in this compilation is owned by Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.
© 2003 Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.
CD 2

Crocodile Cafe, Seattle, USA. 20th November 2001

TRAXS

01. The Joke
02. Cyber Insect
03. Two Librans
04. Ang Therein ...
05. Touch Sensitive
06. Grop - Dust
07. Bourgeois Town
08. Sons Of Temperance
09. Mr. Farmacist
10. Kick The Can / F-'Oldin' Money ( medley )
11. My Ex-Classmates' Kids
12. Enigrammatic Dreams
13. I Wake Up In The City
14. Ey Bastardo
15. Way Round
16. I Am Damo Suzuki


Mastered at Masterpiece.

The Fall – Touch Sensitive... Bootleg Box Set
Label : Castle Music ?– CMYBX752
Format : 5  CD, Album
Box Set
Country : UK
Released : 14 Jul 2003
Genre : Rock
Style : Alternative Rock, Post Punk , Indie Rock

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Friday, December 04, 2015

Juan Zanotto : Falka 1993 - 2003


Juan Zanotto (Giovanni Zanotto, September 26, 1935 – April 13, 2005) was an Italian-born Argentine comic book artist who worked both in Europe and Argentina.


In 1953 he started to work at Editorial Codex where he worked on stories by other authors, and in subsequent years did adventure comics, westerns and drew early stories for Tatin and The Phantom.

With Ray Collins (Eugenio Zappietro) he created the fanta-prehistoric Henga ("Yor" in Italian) using his and Diego Navarro's scripts (the 1983 film Yor, "the Hunter from the Future" was based on this graphic novel), the western "Wakantanka" with scripts by Héctor Germán Oesterheld, and the science fiction "Bárbara" (1979–1983)

Falka Volume 1: Devil's Breath


Description :
Horizontes Perdidos / Falka is a comic book series of science fiction in eight episodes, scripted and designed by Juan Zanotto between 1993 and 2003.


Episodes 1 and 2 were published first in Argentina, the other being published first in Italy (as "Orizzonti perduti / Falka")


Horizontes Perdidos, originally written in 1993 is Zanotto's first work as a writer as well as an illustrator. Falka, which is the continuation of Horizontes Perdidos, lasted until 2003.


Falka is a beautiful and strong warrior heroine, forced to flee her tribe of Amazons. Since then, she goes in search of Fountain of fire in the middle of bandits, sorcerers, damned villagers and miners futuristic.


Falka is a lone Amazon warrior, shunned and hunted by her village for reasons she does not understand. Her heroic journey takes her South in search of the mythical Fire Springs. Will Falka's journey redeem her with her tribe, or is she leading them to ruin with her every step?


In fact, under the guise of beautiful curvy woman warrior Falka hides Lieutenant Dan Darnell of the Galactic Confederacy, who during a combat mission on planet Alphard IV decides to experiment on himself the prototype of a portable biomolecular conversor and disguise from his pursuers (episode 1).


Darnell can not reverse the transformation before it becomes irreversible due to a series of events, He lost and found twice the bioconversor, but first the battery is low, later the device is damaged irreparably in a shootout.


Despite the anguish of his situation, Falka casually uses her new feminine features to enter the city of the Amazons and free his girlfriend Beverly.


Even when at the end Falka and Bev are saved by a rescue team of their space station, there is nothing left to do to help Lieutenant Darnell to return to his male body, therefore, He is forced to stay as a woman for the rest of his life (episode 2).


The setting is related to classical themes from science fiction, but the peculiarity of the story is primarily the change of sex and life of Lt. Darnell, which leads to many erotic ideas.

Falka is constantly threatened by the men she meets. He can just barely keep them away.


Towards the end of episode 2 He willingly reciprocates the love of two young lesbian amazons and continues to desire Bev, but by the middle of the same episode, despite the instructions of bioconversor explaining that the change is only physical (at least during the reversible phase transformation), the change in his body leads Falka to retain a "unexpected attraction to a male character".


In later episodes Falka is strict in rejecting the advances of many different men she meets.


In return, for the last two episodes Falka discovers maternal instinct when helping an orphan girl.



Published in Greece by the Graffic Novel Magazine " 9 " by the Newspaper "Eleftherotypia" . This magazine closed at June 2010  , after 10 years .


Το 9 υπήρξε ένθετο περιοδικό με θέμα τα κόμικς και την επιστημονική φαντασία και κυκλοφόρησε από τον Ιούνιο 2000 μέχρι και τον Ιούνιο του 2010 ,κάθε Τετάρτη δωρεάν μαζί με την εφημερίδα Ελευθεροτυπία,ενώ από το Μάιο του 2009 κυκλοφορούσε κάθε Σάββατο.


Ονομάστηκε "9" προς τιμή της 9ης τέχνης, δηλαδή των κόμικς,Το περιοδικό 9 έκλεισε τον κύκλο του μετά από 10 χρόνια κυκλοφορίας τον Ιούνιο του 2010


VOLUME 1


VOLUME 2


VOLUME 3

Saturday, November 28, 2015

The Fall : Live CD Box Disc 1


The Fall are an English post-punk band, formed in 1976 in Prestwich, Greater Manchester. With an ever-changing line up, the Fall essentially consists of founder and only constant member, Mark E. Smith, who has quipped, "If it's me and your granny on bongos, then it's The Fall".

First associated with the late 1970s punk movement, the band's music has evolved through numerous stylistic changes, often concurrently with changes in the group's line-up. Nonetheless, the Fall's music is typically characterised by repetition and an abrasive guitar-driven sound, and is always underpinned by Smith's typically cryptic lyrics, described by Steve Huey as "abstract poetry filled with complicated wordplay, bone-dry wit, cutting social observations, and general misanthropy."





The Fall have been called "the most prolific band of the British post-punk movement." They have released thirty-one studio albums as of 2015, and more than triple that if live albums and compilations (often released against Smith's wishes) are taken into account.

While the Fall have never achieved widespread success beyond minor hit singles in the late 1980s, they have a maintained a strong cult following. They were long associated with BBC disc jockey John Peel, who championed them from early on in their career. Peel described the Fall as his favourite band, famously explaining, "they are always different; they are always the same."

This is the first of a 5 Albums Box Set  . Stay awake for the other 4 CDs . Coming soon .
Format: Audio CD




TRAXS      
The Knitting Factory, New York, USA. 23rd November 2001

01. Cyber Insect
02. Two Libians
03. And Therein ...
04. Touch Sensitive
05. Crop - Dust
06. Bourgeois Town
07. Sons Of Desperance
08. Mr. Farmacist
09. Kick the Can
10. My Ex - Classmates' Kids
11. Enigrammatic Dream
12. Way Round
13. I Am A Damo Suzuki

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Saturday, November 21, 2015

Sam Gopal : Escalator 1968


Sam Gopal (also called Sam Gopal's Dream) was an underground British Psychedelic-Acid Rock band. The band was named after its founder, Sam Gopal, born in Malaysia. From the age of seven, he played tabla, a northern Indian percussion, which replaced drums in the band.

Sam formed a new line-up which included vocalist-guitarist 'Ian Willis' (better known as Lemmy), Roger D'Elia and Phil Duke. The album Escalator was recorded in late 1968 and released in March 1969. Lemmy went on to be the bassist of Hawkwind and, in 1975, the founder, singer and bassist of Motorhead.

 

Escalator is the only album by the Sam Gopal band, released in 1968 on the small Stable Records label. The band also released a single "Horse", with the B-side a Willie Dixon cover "Back Door Man", just before the release of the album, which the re-released album includes as bonus tracks. Ian Fraser Kilmister, later known as Lemmy, joined the band after playing in The Rockin' Vickers, but appears as Ian Willis, as he was considering changing his surname to that of his stepfather George Willis.


   TRACKS

01. Cold Embrace       3:20
02. The Dark Lord       3:40
03. The Sky is Burning (Ian Willis)     2:30
04. You're Alone Now       3:41
05. Grass (Ian Willis)     4:03
06. It's Only Love (Ian Willis)     4:18
07. Horse
08. Escalator (Ian Willis)     2:49
09. Angry Faces (Leo Davidson)     4:03
10. Midsummer Night's Dream       2:14
11.
Season of the Witch (Donovan)     4:27
12. Yesterlove (Ian Willis)     4:55
  13.Back Door Man (Willie Dixon)

THE DARK LORD Lyrics



( At he late 60s when all the hippies sing about Peace , Harmony and Love , emerges Sam Gopal with his "THE DARK LORD "


Black rains across the sky bring the nightfall
Winds wide around the stars blackriders call
Light fading, Times wasting
Hells waiting for the Dark Lord


Towers leading glowing red eyes in their walls
Watching the roads that lead to their downfall
Ice splashing, Rain lashing
Death in the name of the Dark Lord


Doom stands astride the plains watched by the eye
Lit by the dying rain from the dead sky
Gas warming, Smoke coming
Ruining the name of the Dark Lord


Tunnels of darkness yearn the moment draws night
Too late the black rains beat, too late to cry
Death flying, Light dying
Tearing the veil of the Dark Lord

PERSONEL :

Sam Gopal : Tabla - Percussion
Ian ( Lemmy ) Wilis : Vocalist - Lead - Rhythm Guitar ( Hawkwind - Motorhead )
Roger D'Elia : Lead - Rhythm Guitar
Phil Duke : Bass Guitar

Recorded : 1968 Stable Records
Made in Italy


Friday, November 06, 2015

Social Distortion : Social Distortion 1990



Social Distortion is the eponymous third studio album by the American punk rock band Social Distortion, released on March 27, 1990 through Epic Records, their first recording on that label. The album furthered the rockabilly, blues and country music experimentation of their previous album with songs like "Drug Train" and the radio hit "Ball and Chain".


The focus on the alternative rock scene helped bring attention to Social Distortion. The singles "Story of My Life" and "Ball and Chain" were able to find an audience on alternative rock radio and on MTV. Social Distortion was one of the band's most successful albums to date, and their first to enter the Billboard 200; the release peaked at number 128.

The album has been certified gold by the RIAA in the United States. By 1996, Social Distortion had sold at least 250,000 copies, becoming the band's second best-selling album in the United States (their next album Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell sold 296,000 copies).



With Prison Bound, Social Distortion began to metamorphasize from a rather ordinary L.A. hardcore band into a roots rock band willing to make with more than their share of the attitude, and this process continued on their self-titled third album (which was also their major-label debut).

Musically, Mike Ness and company had learned to split the difference between rockabilly and Ramones-style punk, not unlike fellow L.A. vets X, and if Ness couldn't sing or write with the skill or the resonance of John Doe, "Story of My Life" and "It Coulda Been Me" sound a lot more personal and deeply felt than anything on Mommy's Little Monster, and "Ball and Chain" and "So Far Away" prove he could crank out a respectable honky tonk number if he put his mind to it.
Thanks to Epic's sponsorship, the group had more time and money at their disposal for Social Distortion than on their previous albums, and producer Dave Jerden made the most of it; Mike Ness and Dennis Danell's guitars sound lean, sharp, and powerful;


Ness's vocals are better controlled than ever before; and Christopher Reece's drums have a tight snap that suits both the thrashier numbers as well as the slower, blusier tunes.

TRAXS

01. So Far Away (Maurer/Ness) – 3:37
02. Let It Be Me – 4:16
03. Story of My Life – 5:48
04. Sick Boys – 3:19
05. Ring of Fire (June Carter Cash, Merle Kilgore) – 3:51
06. Ball and Chain – 5:44
07. It Coulda Been Me – 3:52
08. She's a Knockout – 3:52
09. A Place in My Heart – 3:15
10. Drug Train – 3:42

BALL  AND  CHAIN   Lyrics

Well it's been ten years and a thousand tears
And look at the mess I'm in
A broken nose and a broken heart,
An empty bottle of gin
Well I sit and I pray
In my broken down Chevrolet
While I'm singin' to myself
There's got to be another way

(Chorus:)
Take away, take away
Take away this ball and chain
Well I'm lonely and I'm tired
And I can't take any more pain
Take away, take away
Never to return again
Take away, take away
Take away
Take away this ball and chain

Well I've searched and I've searched
To find the perfect life
A brand new car and a brand new suit
I even got me a little wife
But wherever I have gone
I was sure to find myself there
You can run all your life
But not go anywhere

(Chorus:)
Take away, take away
Take away this ball and chain

Well I'll pass the bar on the way
To my dingy hotel room
I spent all my money
I've been drinkin' since half past noon
Well I'll wake there in the mornin'
Or maybe in the county jail
Times are hard getting harder
I'm born to lose and destined to fail

(Chorus:)
Take away, take away
Take away this ball and chain

DRUG  TRAIN  Lyrics

It'll take you as high as the heavens
It'll take you to the depths of hell
It'll make you friends, it'll take your friends
Who will never live to tell


(Chorus:)
Drug train, drug train

The train's first stop is pleasure,
The scond stop is fun
But in a jail cell baby or a hospital bed
You'll need hope 'cuz you ain't got none


(Chorus:)
Drug train, drug train

The train passes through the graveyard
May the loved ones rest in peace
For the last stop baby is a violent crash
And hard times they never cease


 
(Chorus:)
Drug train, drug train