R.I.P. of Oldish Psych & Prog blog

Global Searcher:
Site Content only Searcher

Login form
Search
Friendly Sites
  • A Maquina de Faser Sonhos
  • A Pound for a Brown
  • Arlequins
  • Blue Mammoth
  • Boyz Make Noize
  • Culture for All
  • Electric Music for the Mind and Body
  • Deserter's Songs
  • 18 Rodas
  • HeavyPsychMan Blog
  • improshit
  • KMXT Free Form Radio
  • the List
  • Museo Rosenbach
  • Musiques
  • Old Melodies
  • Prog & Psych
  • Rock BlogRoll
  • Sam1957
  • Schnickschnack Mixmax
  • Silverado Rare Music
  • That was Music
  • Todoblog
  • When You Motor Away
  • Create your own site
  • Entries archive

    Рейтинг@Mail.ru
    Рейтинг@Mail.ru Яндекс.Метрика

    Main » 2010 » May » 2 » the Dukes of Stratosphear - 1987 - Psonic Psunspot
    14:03
    the Dukes of Stratosphear - 1987 - Psonic Psunspot

    genre: psych pop
    country: uk
    quality : mp3 320k vinyl rip, covers
    time: 35'41"
    size: mb

    Wiki:
    The Dukes of Stratosphear was a pseudonym used by the British rock band XTC in the mid to late 1980s, concurrently with XTC's continued musical activities. The project was intended as a homage to 1960s pop and psychedelic music by groups such as The Beatles, The Byrds, The Kinks, The Beach Boys, Jefferson Airplane, Pink Floyd and The Pretty Things.
    The band released two records under this pseudonym, the mini-album 25 O'Clock (1985), and the full-length album Psonic Psunspot (1987). The two releases were compiled onto a single CD under the title Chips from the Chocolate Fireball: An Anthology, which was released simultaneously with the vinyl issue of Psonic Psunspot. The Dukes were also mentioned in the credits of XTC's 1986 album Skylarking, where they were thanked for the loan of their guitars.
    The band briefly reformed in 2003, to record the track "Open A Can (Of Human Beans)" for the MS Society charity compilation album The Wish List.
    On 20 April 2009 both records were released on CD for the first time in their own right - along with demo recordings, bonus tracks and brand new sleeve notes from the band. These editions are credited to "XTC as The Dukes of Stratosphear" and were released on Andy Partridge's Ape House record label (they are also the first XTC recordings that Virgin Records have relinquished the rights to).


    A1 Vanishing Girl (2:30)
    A2 Have You Seen Jackie? (3:45)
    A3 Little Lighthouse (4:36)
    A4 You're A Good Man Albert Brown (Curse You Red Barrel) (3:40)
    A5 Collideascope (3:21)


    B1 You're My Drug (3:16)
    B2 Shiny Cage (3:15)
    B3 Brainiac's Daughter (3:58)
    B4 The Affiliated (2:17)
    B5 Pale And Precious (5:05)

    Sir John Johns - singing, guitar, brain buds
    The Red Curtain - electric bass, song stuff
    Lord Cornelius Plum - mellotron, piano, organ, fuzz-tone guitar
    E.I.E.I. Owen - drum set
    Produced by John Leckie and The Dukes
    Wiki:
    Psonic Psunspot is a studio album from XTC which was released under the pseudonym The Dukes of Stratosphear.
    The album, like the previous 25 O'Clock, is inspired by the 60's psychedelia. Released in 1987, it showcases a variety of songs meant to evoke specific groups of that period (for instance, the Hollies on "Vanishing Girl", the Byrds on "You're My Drug" and the Beach Boys on "Pale and Precious"). Some critics, such as Pitchfork Media in their review of Chips from the Chocolate Fireball, argue that the members of XTC, free from the pressures of writing "serious" songs, turn in tunes superior to those on official XTC albums of the period.
    The Dukes released a single (and made a promotional video) for "You're A Good Man Albert Brown (Curse You Red Barrel)". A promotional-only single was also issued for "Vanishing Girl".
    The album was only released in its original form on vinyl and cassette. A simultaneous CD release entitled Chips from the Chocolate Fireball incorporated all of the tracks from 25 O'Clock and Psonic Psunspot with different packaging.
    A remastered and expanded version of Psonic Psunspot was released on 20 April 2009 by Andy Partridge's Ape House record label. This edition of Psonic Psunspot is credited to "XTC as The Dukes of Stratosphear"


    hotfile
    Sign up please for display Links
    Dear visitors, if you need the links are broken, please leave a request in the comments, I will try as much as possible to restore them for you

    Views: 2082 | Rating: 0.0/0

    Share |

    Total comments: 1
    1 Aiko   (27.10.2012 20:48)
    There are definitely a veatriy of details like that to take into consideration. That could be a great level to convey up. I offer the ideas above as common inspiration however clearly there are questions just like the one you deliver up where an important thing can be working in sincere good faith. I don?t know if greatest practices have emerged round things like that, but I'm certain that your job is clearly recognized as a good game. Each girls and boys really feel the impact of only a second’s pleasure, for the remainder of their lives.

    Only registered users can add comments.
    [ Registration | Login ]

    Action: 10% discount coupon for Depositfiles Gold accounts for 6 months and 1 year periods. The coupon is very simple in usage: you enter it on the Gold account payment page and after the prices are recalculated can buy an account with the discount.
    Your coupon: vkanhlm5uqib3uugw6aqifkcudbnzqej

    Oldish Psych & Prog offers progressive psychedelic rock music mp3 lossless downloads