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MICHAEL HEAD AND THE STRANDS The Olde World (Introducing The Strands)

Monday, 26 July 2010

THE SCREAMING TREES (UK) A Fracture In Time (1988)




















In 1988 Industrial music ruled parts of the electronic world.
There was one electronic indie band that appeared and disappeared almost unnoticed from the scene although the record was very innovative and honestly f***ing brilliant -
A MILESTONE and somewhere between NEW ORDER and FRONT 242:

THE SCREAMING TREES from the UK with the following musicians involved:
Sean Maloney (bass & guitar)
Mark Swancott (vocals, guitar & drum programming)
Mark Ryan (additional vocals)
Stephen Singleton & David Levin (producers)

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THE SCREAMING TREES - A Fracture In Time (rec. 1987, rel. 1988)
01 Fractured Time 1
02 Asylum
03 Understand
04 Balance
05 Coliseum
06 Gurued Up
07 Fractured Time 2
08 The Big Hitter
09 M1L3S
10 Don't Be Afraid
11 Fractured Time 3
12 32
13 Understandrumix

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"broaden up your northern accent - you worked in a mill, baby!"
mischief is their occupation
malice their habit
murder their sport
and blasphemy their delight

8 comments:

  1. thanks for this, been looking for it for ages.

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  2. You're welcome. After this record they changed their name into "SUCCESS". Maybe you find some more stuff under this name somewhere.

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  3. Brilliant! Thanks for this, I haven't heard this for years - I've a copy on vinyl but no record player. I also have Iron Guru and Asylum on 12" but still no record player...

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  4. Thank you so much!Best regards.

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  5. Hey, loved this album since 88. Listening again now to the whole thing for the Ali and Carpenter bits. Plus 'That's turn it...' 'Tuba and Washboard' - flipping fantastic album.

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