Oh Yeah - Ash - 1977 (CD, Album)

Shirley Manson - Noir When Garbage were on hiatus in the second half of the 's, Shirley Manson set about working on a solo album, which reportedly featured a collaboration with Rivers Cuomo, but when she brought the material to her then-label Geffen, she was told it was 'too dark', as they had envisioned Manson having international radio hits and becoming the 'Annie Lennox of her generation'.

She and Geffen subsequently parted ways and she continued working on solo material, and also considered leaving the music industry behind entirely, but then Garbage reunited and released albums in the 's, and the solo album was put on the back burner.

Some of the songs have since appeared online, with 'In The Snow' and 'Pretty Horses' surfacing infollowed by 'Lighten Up' the next year, and Manson posted 'Dark Hearts And Heart Beats' on her Facebook page inbut investigation has discovered that it was copyrighted inand was therefore part of the solo album recordings.

Manson also collaborated with other artists, and provided songs for TV and film soundtracks throughout the decade, and so there are actually enough songs out there to make up a 'solo' album for her. I've done a bit of work on 'Brass Muscles', which was a second piece that appeared on the soundtrack to the TV series 'Wet Hot American Summer', and by repeating the verse and chorus and then adding a coda to fade out I've expanded it to sound like an actual song of almost two minutes.

Even on the collaborations Manson takes most of the lead vocals, and so by mixing her own demos with the duets we end up with a very creditable solo album from her, and as she used to refer to it as her 'noir record', that's what I've called it. Labels: Shirley Manson. Kraftwerk - Pop Und Avantgarde In early Kraftwerk were on the cusp of international recognition with the imminent release of their 'Autobahn' album, when they were asked to perform at the large broadcasting hall of the Hessischer Rundfunk HR1 as part of a festival of music.

The theme was to be various minimalist musical concepts under the title "Between Pop And Avantgarde", with Kraftwerk performing their set on the 25 Januaryand with some of the performances being recorded and broadcast on German radio.

The band played pieces from their three albums, as well as one from the forthcoming 'Autobahn' record, and as it was recorded for radio broadcast the sound quality is excellent. There were some very long announcements in German throughout the broadcast which I've removed or edited out, so that we can enjoy the music uninterrupted, and although I don't usually post live albums, this is of such historical importance that it deserves to be heard, as it features a line-up of the band which never made it to a recording studio.

Labels: Kraftwerk. He'd been working with the E Street Band at his home studio, Telegraph Hill Studios, which was actually a barn at his Holmdel, New Jersey property, and by early August there was an initial cut of 10 songs, with Columbia beginning to believe they might have a new Springsteen record in time for Christmas. A track sequence was prepared, and in September, Bob Clearmountain was brought in to mix twelve tracks.

Springsteen signed off on 'The Oh Yeah - Ash - 1977 (CD That Bind', and the tapes were sent off for mastering on October 15, but when they came back he suddenly cancelled the release, and went back to recording more songs. He later said that he felt the songs lacked the kind of unity and conceptual intensity that he liked his music to have, and his manager and co-producer, Jon Landau, suggested that maybe this record needed to be a double album, in order to encompass everything Springsteen was trying to achieve.

After another seven months at the Power Station, the sessions came to an end, and 'The River' was released on October 17,including 20 of the 50 songs that had been recorded. Springsteen added darker material after he'd written the title track, and the album became noted for its mix of the frivolous next to the solemn, but he confirmed during an interview that this was intentional, as a deliberate contrast to his previous record.

Bootlegs have long circulated of 'The Ties That Bind', generally in excellent quality, as the album was mastered ready for release, but a major upgrade was carried out on the original tapes inmaking them sound even better. What was remarkable in is that most tracks on this 'temporary assembly' of the album remained unreleased, with 'Cindy' being the one major 'River' outtakes that Springsteen was still sitting on, and the alternate verse in 'The Price You Pay' remains lost, while the rockabilly 'You Can Look But You Better Not Touch ' and the double-tracked vocal take of 'To Be True' had never seen the light of day.

The single album was eventually released as one of the discs in the box set release 'The Ties That Bind: The River Collection', but to my ears this bootleg just has the edge over that version, so give it a listen and see if you agree. Labels: Bruce Springsteen. Friday, September 17, Hank Marvin Brian Robson Rankin, known professionally as Hank B Harvin, was born on 28 October in Newcastle upon Tyne, and as a child he played banjo and piano, but Album) hearing Buddy Holly he decided to learn the guitar, and also adopted Holly style dark-rimmed glasses.

He chose his stage name while launching his career, being an amalgamation of his childhood nickname Hank, which he used to differentiate himself from friends also named Brian, and the first name of Marvin Rainwater, the country and rockabilly singer. He was considering Tony Sheridan, but instead he offered Marvin the position, which he accepted on condition that Welch could join as well, and so both became members of The Drifters, as Richard's group was then known.

To avoid confusion with the American vocal group of the same name, The Drifters changed theirs to The Shadows, and both with and without Richard they ruled the UK charts throughout the 60's. In he was asked by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice to add his distinctive guitar to their 'Evita' album, and that seems to have given him a taste for guest spots, appearing on albums by Tracey Ullman, Roger Daltry, Wings, Dennis Waterman and Leo Sayer over the next few years.

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DownpatrickNordirland. BritpopIndie-RockPunk. GesangGitarre. Charlotte Hatherley — Oktober DE 65 10 Wo. CH 40 5 Wo. On December 31,the band released a music video for the song " Ode to Sleep ". Composed of footage captured by band creative director Mark Eshleman from three concerts over the preceding three years, the video depicted the band's rapid growth from their origins as a small local band to a nationally popular alternative act, an upward trend that would continue into the next album cycle.

On March 16,the band announced that a new album, Blurryfacewas to be released on May Billboard Hotand No. Blurryface was released two days early on May 17, and soldcopies in the first week in the U. The band Transviolet served as openers. Soon after, the band announced a second tour for the Blurryface album, the Emotional Roadshow World Tourwhich started in Cincinnati on May 31, On June 16,the band released the song " Heathens " as the first single from the Suicide Squad soundtrack, earlier than the expected release date of June 24, after the song leaked onto the internet on June Twenty One Pilots featured as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live on October 8,performing orchestra-accompanied versions of "Heathens" and "Ride" in what Rolling Stone called their "most high profile performance yet".

The EP was uploaded onto the band's official website free of charge on December 19; a minute long video of the bands recording the songs live in studio was also released on the band's YouTube channel.

The band stripped to their underwear before taking the stage, with Joseph claiming in their acceptance speech that this was a fulfillment of a promise the duo had made each other in their early days as a local Columbus band. On March 27,the band began selling tickets for Tour De Columbus, a five-date hometown tour taking place in June In an interview with Alternative Press in NovemberTwenty One Pilots stated that after their last show, they will be "going dark" to focus on new music.

Joseph stated that he would like to focus on lyrical content of the music, and bring the music back to the "authenticity, lyrics, delivery, and fearlessness of songwriting" similar to that of the self-titled album.

In Marchtheir song " Hometown " received a gold certification from the RIAAmaking Blurryface the Oh Yeah - Ash - 1977 (CD full-length album to have every track achieve at least gold certification. In Aprila cryptic message was uncovered on the band's web store, which revealed a website. Fans began using clues and found other sections of this site, hinting at the possibility of the band's return. There were multiple images uploaded to the website, including letters from a character named "Clancy".

On July 11,the band released two new songs, " Jumpsuit " and " Nico and the Niners ", as well as the music video for "Jumpsuit". They also made the announcement of their fifth studio album, Trenchscheduled to be released on October 5,and a new world tour, titled "The Bandito Tour", starting October On August 27,the band made "My Blood" available on streaming services as the album's fourth official single.

All 14 tracks from the album charted in the top 25 of the Hot Rock Songs chart, where five tracks were in the top They performed the four released songs from Trenchas well as some songs from their previous albums, to promote the album and the upcoming The Bandito Tour.

BBC Radio 1 visited the band in their hometown and filmed the session at the Newport Music Hall in Columbus, Ohio, for the kickoff of the Live Lounge Month, a month-long series of performances from different artists. On January 22,the music video for " Chlorine " was uploaded to YouTube upon the song's release as a single and was directed by Mark C. Eshleman of Reel Bear Media, featuring an alien-like creature named "Ned". On March 4,the band revealed to NME that they were already starting the writing process for their sixth studio album, mentioning a character that has not appeared in any Twenty One Pilots-related material yet.

On June 19,a re-imagined version of "Chlorine", titled "Chlorine On April 9,the band released a new single, " Level of Concern ". Joseph directed a portion of the song's proceeds to Crew Nation, a charity for live music crews who cannot be paid during the international quarantine. The duo's sixth studio album, Scaled and Icywas released on May 21, On March 4,five months after the release of their fifth studio album Trenchthe band confirmed that they were working on their next studio album.

In NovemberJosh Dun revealed that they were still working "remotely" on the album, with both members being in different locations. He describes the recording process: "we both have our own studios, which is really nice, so he comes up with a lot of stuff at his studio, sends it over to me, and then I come up with some stuff here at my studio and then send it back".

The album was officially announced by the band a day later. The lead single " Shy Away " was released the same day, along with a music video. The band announced a concert livestream two days before the release of the lead single "Shy Away", which occurred on May 21,coinciding with the album's release. The livestream, described as being "career-spanning", included live performances of songs from Scaled and Icyas well as previous records.

Buying a ticket to the livestream provided fans a six-week pre-show experience with exclusive access to merchandise and album variants. The tour began in Denver, Colorado in September On July 8,little over a month after the release of Scaled and Icythe duo released an official music video for the song "Saturday", [] followed by a behind the scenes on the making of the video not long after.

The duo grew up in strict Christian households where they had to either conceal their pop punk and hip hop albums from the censure of their parents, or find faith-friendly counterparts.

They'd find a Christian alternative, like Relient Kand make me listen to that. The band's musical style has been described as alternative hip hop[] [] [] electropop[] [] indie pop[] pop rock[] [] rap rock[] [] alternative rock[] [] [] [] [] rock[] [] synth-pop[] pop[] [] electronica[] [] [] electronic rock[] indie rock[] [] hip hop[] [] [] and indietronica [] with reggae[] [] [] folk[] psychedelic[] new wave[] and funk [] influences.

Because their music contains a mix of many genresthe duo has been difficult to categorize. I'm being what I want to be for myself. The duo are best defined as alternative hip hop, a subgenre of hip hop known for its unconventional nature and blending of music styles that is embraced primarily by alternative rock listeners and college radio moreso than rap or pop audiences.

Twenty One Pilots initially began with conventional live instrumentation, but they found success as part of a group that creates music on laptops. During their songs, Joseph incorporates rappingsingingscreamingand sometimes crooning. Tyler Joseph writes lyrics that are often psychodramatic in nature and usually based around his piano parts.

He is able to lay down thoughts musically in terms of chord progression, come up with a melody and then fit the lyrics into that song. However, Joseph also likes to write poetry so sometimes he musically creates a song and then fits the poetry.

Alongside their mixture of musical styles, the band melds relatable rhymes with angsty lyrics. Thus making the band more accessible than other more insular emo -inspired artists. The duo still identify as Christians, and a significant portion of their fanbase interpret lyrics from their songs as an ongoing negotiation with God.

From a more secular perspective, their words center on depression and anxietywith habitual direct reference to self-harm. The lyrical themes most prevalent on the band's major-label debut album Vessel were introspection and fear. He feels that music is a catalyst to getting your emotions going.

While he acknowledges many who write songs about love do so because its widely believed love is the most powerful emotion there is, he disagrees with the sentiment. Joseph instead thinks the emotion of fear is equally as powerful, if not slightly more so. As a result, much of Vessel pertained to the power of fear as well as dealing with and trying to find hope, peace and redemption at the end of and inside of fear.

According to the band, their purpose for making music is "to make people think" and encourage them to find joy in what they come to believe in life. At the end of the play, Keller commits suicide. A lot of times, the right ones take more work, it takes longer to see benefit; they're the long route. We know in order to get where we want to be and do what we want to be doing, sometimes we have to do what we don't feel like doing.

It takes hard work, and the band name is a constant reminder of that. Eshleman, a longtime friend of and creative director for Twenty One Pilots, created the band's logo by "messing around with shapes". Joseph found that the arrangement resonated with him. It means Twenty One Pilots, the logo does. The whole concept of that song is that I feel that humans are always struggling all the time when it comes to purpose, trying to figure out what their purpose is, what purpose even is, what's the point, justifying your own existence.

A lot of kids and people my age struggle with "what's the point", and with the logo, what it really means is it's an encouragement. When someone asks me what the logo means to me, the logo means something to me because I made it mean something to me. That's the point. The point is that I created something that only I understand and whether or not I decide to disclose the meaning of it, that's the beginning of purpose for me. The meaning of purpose for me, is by creating something, if it be by writing lyrics, painting a picture, by expressing yourself through art if it's photography or music or theater, or whatever it is.

It doesn't have to be artistic, but if you create something and only you know the meaning of it, that's the beginning of purpose for you. When you're in the room by yourself trying to decide whether to stay alive, you can tell yourself "I should probably stay alive because I'm the only one who knows the meaning of that thing", so the logo is an encouragement for people to create.

That's what it means. Ina new logo was unveiled for Trench ' s release. An extra slash on each side was added to the previous logo. The color Album) was changed to yellow for the shapes with a solid black background, thus coordinating with the color scheme for the album's cover art. Joseph explained that, "If you were to look at those two logos that we had done in the past, and put it together, it would create a logo that is two upward slashes and two sideways slashes.

It's kind of a continuation of what we've been working on. I knew I wanted that logo to have those extra layers of protection". On February 15,Joseph uploaded an image to his Instagram story, with the 23rd letter of the Greek alphabetpsiover his right eye. The band's fandom has been dubbed as the "Skeleton Clique" or just the Clique, in reference to the band's use of skeleton iconography in many performances, graphics, and music videos.

The Skeleton Clique are represented in the band's official iconography by logos of a skull and alien head atop lines resembling keys. Twenty One Pilots became a local favorite in their hometown of Columbus, Ohio thanks to their energetic live concerts. But we've approached live shows as a way to build something from nothing. Dun stated, "We thought it was kind of cool, new and different to wear masks onstage, but yeah, people Album) confused.

Live members []. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Regional at Best. This article is about the band. For their self-titled album, see Twenty One Pilots album.

American musical duo. Alternative hip hop electropop indie pop pop rock rap rock alternative rock. Tyler Joseph Josh Dun. Main article: Twenty One Pilots album. Main article: Vessel Twenty One Pilots album. Main article: Blurryface. Main article: Trench album.

Main article: Scaled and Icy. Current members Tyler Joseph — lead vocals, piano, ukulele, guitar, bass, keyboards, programming, percussion —present Josh Dun — drums, percussion, trumpet, backing vocals —present Former members Chris Salih — drums, percussion, backing vocals — Nick Thomas — bass guitar, guitar, keyboards, backing vocals — Live members [] Skyler Acord — bass guitar —present Todd Gummerman — keyboards, guitar, backing vocals —present Paul Meany — keyboards, backing vocals, musical director —present Dan Geraghty — guitar —present Jesse Blum — trumpet —present Kenyon Dixon — backing vocals —present Danielle Withers — backing vocals —present.

Main articles: Twenty One Pilots discography and songs. Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Twenty One Pilots. Archived from the original on November 20, Retrieved March 1, Recording Industry Association of America. March 1, Archived from the original on December 28, Archived from the original on November 29, Retrieved May 25, Oh Yeah - Ash - 1977 (CD published May 6, The Twenty One Pilots Podcast. Archived from the original on October 31, Retrieved January 19, — via SoundCloud.

Archived from the original on October 16, Retrieved February 1, The Columbus Dispatch. The original three-piece line-up played two-sold out nights at London's Roundhouse in Septemberperforming in its entirety.

This was followed by the release of a 3-disc special edition version offeaturing remastered and re-edited versions of the tracks, as well as tracks from Trailer and live performances from the time of its release. Ash started recording new material, which was previewed at a series of live dates in This single was a precursor to Ash releasing a 7" single every fortnight for a whole year, starting in September Each single was simply titled by a letter, released in alphabetical order, and formed the A—Z Series.

Russell Lissackwho joined the band as a live guitarist inleft in early In Novemberthe band played some US dates with Weezer and went on to headline their own shows on the East Coast. After declaring in that Ash would no longer release albums, the band brought out new long-player Kablammo! In December the live album Live on Mars: London Astoria was released, [26] and supported by a tour.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Alternative rock [1] power pop [2] pop punk [3] indie rock [4] Britpop [3] [5]. Infectious Edel Deathstar.

Main article: Ash discography. Retrieved 29 September Chart Attack. Retrieved 26 February Archived from the original on 18 June Retrieved 26 June Britpop and the English Music Tradition. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. ISBN Archived from the original on 11 September Retrieved 11 September

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