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Thursday, 29 September 2011

SIGUR RÓS Takk (2005)

Anybody out there who doesn't know SIGUR RÓS?
Dark and fairylike music. I cannot describe it in another way.
This here is the fifth album of the Icelandic band. The name refers to one band member's sister who's name is Sigurros. She was born on the day of the band's founding.

I could listen to the first song for the whole day although it's mainly kind of a soundscape.

"Takk" is icelandic for "Thanks" that goes to all fans who made all the albums possible.

01 Takk
02 Glósóli
03 Hoppípolla
04 Meo Blódnasir
05 Sé Lest
06 Saeglopur
07 Milanó
08 Gong
09 Andvari
10 Svo Hljótt
11 Heysátan


Sunday, 25 September 2011

THE SPECIALS Live At The 100 Club (25.06.2009)

Tonight THE SPECIALS will play live in Hamburg and I will be there!!!

For you now
Blank Expression
Concrete Jungle
Do Nothing
Doesn't Make It Alright
Message To You Rudy
Nite Klub
Rat Race
You're Wondering Now

presented in association with FRED PERRY.

Do The Blog!

Wednesday, 21 September 2011

MANIC STREET PREACHERS Forever Delayed - The Greatest Hits (Special Edition) (2002)

The Remix Album - a bonus from "Forever Delayed" - with great mixes from Massive Attack, The Chemical Brothers, David Holmes, Ian Brown, Stereolab and others.

01 La Tristesse Durera (Scream to a Sigh) [The Chemical Brothers Remix]
02 If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next [David Holmes Remix]
03 Tsunami [Cornelius Remix]
04 So Why So Sad [Avalanches Remix]
05 Faster [The Chemical Brothers Remix]
06 If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next [Massive Attack Remix]
07 Kevin Carter [John Carter Remix]
08 You Stole the Sun from My Heart [David Holmes Remix]
09 Tsunami [Stereolab Remix]
10 Let Robeson Sing [Ian Brown Remix]
11 The Everlasting [Stealth Sonic Orchestra Remix]
12 You Stole the Sun from My Heart [Mogwai Remix]
13 A Design for Life [Steal Sonic Orchestra Remix]

Cooool stuff!

Friday, 16 September 2011

ELECTRIC 80s Compilation Pt.3 (2005)

Been a while since part 2. This is part 3 of 3.

01 You Spin Me Round (12' 'Performance' Version) - Dead Or Alive
02 Don't Go - Yazoo
03 Don't Talk To Me About Love - Altered Images
04 Shiny Shiny - Haysi Fantayzee
05 Safety Dance (12' Version) - Men Without Hats
06 Calling Your Name - Marilyn
07 Cry Boy Cry - Blue Zoo
08 Einstein A Gogo - Landscape
09 Feels Like Heaven - Fiction Factory
10 The Look Of Love (12' Version) - ABC
11 Take On Me - A-Ha
12 It's A Mystery - Toyah
13 Pop Muzik - M
14 Living By Numbers - New Musik
15 Video Killed The Radio Star - Buggles
16 Hold Me Now (12' Version) - Thompson Twins

"Talkin' 'bout Blog Muzik!"

Monday, 12 September 2011

ANNE CLARK Trilogy (1986)

Yeeeees, cds were invented already. Probably some of my readers were not... ;-)
But the cds didn't have as much space as they have nowadays so the "Trilogy" had to be cut due to this fact.
The first three long players from ANNE CLARK on one cd:

01 The Sitting Room
02 Swimming
03 An Ordinary Life
04 Shades
05 Short Story Party Mix
06 The Power Game
07 All We Have to Be Thankful For
08 Contact
09 Sleeper in Metropolis
10 Poem for a Nuclear Romance
11 Wallies
12 Lover's Audition
13 Poets Turmoil No. 364
14 Echoes Remain Forever
15 All Night Party
16 Pandora's Box
17 Feel
18 The Last Emotion
19 Nothing At All
20 True Love Tales
21 Self Destruct
22 Our Darkness

"Our Darkness" was so fuckin' popular... and there must have been some extended stuff. I danced my legs down to my knees (Marc Bolan would say...).
I you have any extended mixes - you know what to do, right?

Friday, 9 September 2011

HIPSWAY Ask The Lord (Promo 1985)

I am bored and youtubed a bit around...
I am friend with gramskin on YouTube and you should urgently check his channel...
You will find some nice videos of SKINNER playing live and you will find this one:

Cool stuff from 1985. Brilliant year in terms of Scottish music!

Sunday, 4 September 2011


Dear listeners, followers, friends and ANDY PAWLAK-addicts.
As announced ANDY wanted to take the chance to answer a few questions that are frequently asked here.

"Any plans to record something in the future?"

The simple answer is I just dont know. I was pretty badly burned by Universal after "Low Beat Folk" and I just thought fuck it.
I have always tried so hard with my songs and I thought enough is enough. I ain't touched a guitar in a while but you never know the feeling might come back. That's the strange thing about song writing - it comes when it comes, I dont really have any control over it,
I'm just the sucker who gets to write it down.

"Why was there no follow up after Shoebox?"
There was! and it was good but the record company didn't like it. It was a lot of very hard work wasted. It was more guitar based than "shoebox" more mature and tougher. There was some good songs that will never be heard. I was so upset I destroyed all the demos.
Thats when I decided to fuck off for a few years and went to San Francisco to do my helicopter stuff.
(From an earlier mail: I had just got out of my first record deal with Phonogram and fancied a change of direction so I grabbed my suitcase and a guitar and moved to San Francisco to to go to flight school. It took 7 months to get my commercial licence then I trained to become a flight instructor.I stayed in California about 5 years then came back to London and signed with Island Records to do Low Beat Folk. I had many amazing adventures flying, one of the best was flying to Michael Jacksons house (twice), and spending the afternoon pissing about in his golf cart around the ranch in never never land.)

"Why was Low Beat never released?"
Well for me that's the big question. I did 5 or so years in California and started to write again so I moved back to London to get a deal.
One of my dreams had always been to sign with Island Records, so I finished the album and put a band together called "Monkey".
Island went for it and" Low Beat Folk" was recorded. It took 3 years to write and record and I was so proud of the work we had all done..... Then out of the blue, Island were bought out by Universal and they dropped the project after spending a lot of money on it. I was so fucking gutted. I went to New York and secured a deal for it within 2 weeks. The contracts arrived, and I was about to sign, when I got word from Universal legal dept that they would not allow the recordings to be used. The Mother Fuckers effectivley shut us down. It broke my heart...

Thanks so much, Andy!
If you readers have any more questions let me know.

Today's song...:
This one is an incredible song from the album "Tales From The Monkeyshed" recorded under the name SUBDELUXE.
The album is available at iTunes (here) or sooner or later on THIS IS INDIE. Of course with ANDY PAWLAK's permission.

Download from Andy's site here.

"Even in sleep I'm deep in you..."