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The Weird Things - Ten Digit Freak (Vinyl, LP, Album)

2 Oct

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  1. Howard Gable is a New Zealand-born Australian record producer who is best known for his work as an A&R manager and house producer for EMI's Columbia pop label in Australia in the late s and early He was also for some years married to New Zealand born pop/country singer and former Australian 'Queen of Pop' Allison Durbin. Gable began his career with EMI's HMV label in New Zealand.
  2. Jun 18,  · Freak Out! is the debut album by American band The Mothers of Invention, released June 27, on Verve Records. Often cited as one of rock music's first concept albums, the album is a satirical expression of frontman Frank Zappa's perception of American pop culture/5().
  3. Jun 25,  · The closing of this LP 'Plaistow Flex Out' is a great atmospheric downtempo track which is really an excellent finish for a superb strange record. If you like this album, dont miss the 'My Red Hot Car' single which includes a amusing version of 'I Wish You Could Talk' called 'I Wish You Obelisk'. One of Toms bests. Thanks man!
  4. Check out Ten Digit Freak by The Weird Things on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
  5. Vinyl, you enter (usually alone) a room designed for musical enjoyment and enjoy it with complete lack of distraction. Mp3 on an iPod, you can go anywhere. I love to walk and bike listening to a ridiculously wide variety of music styles. I prefer vinyl, large oversized artwork, posters, stickers, lyric sheets.
  6. Dec 15,  · The vinyl pressing is a wonderful example of how the medium can breath life into the music. On wax, it’s inflected with a subtle warmth and a good showing of dynamic range that’ll seat you.
  7. "Goodnight Jade" is the album's most unusual track, a lush, ambient drone of lovely bass harmonics and a mouselike melody, showing Jenkinson to be a composer of surprising weight and depth. Squarepusher would make records harder, more intense, and more spectacular, but none more musical than Feed Me Weird Things. --Ken Micallef/5(35).
  8. Space Ritual might just be the greatest live album ever released, and its version of ‘Born To Go’ could well be the single most exciting piece of music that Hawkwind committed to vinyl. From the moment its brutal, cyclical riff pounds the air, ‘Born To Go’ is an utterly thrilling exercise in both relentless forward motion and the abstract power of noise.
  9. Aug 01,  · In the Dark (). Much like “Standing on the Moon,” the dirge-like ballad “Black Muddy River,” which closes the Dead’s first and only top 10 album, now feels like a bittersweet.

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