See H below. Reissue of CD on a 10" LP. Arabesque No. Reissued as CCN Reissued in as W Side 1 is Jan Garber, side 2 is Ray Anthony. H - Straight from Dixie! Reissued in as a inch album T- with extra tracks.
Reissued in as T I had this room full of different tapes where I would write and make strange loops and things like that for the Beatles' stuff. So we made a tape all night. She was doing her funny voices and I was pushing all different buttons on my tape recorder and getting sound effects. And then as the sun rose we made love and that was Two Virgins. Lennon and Ono used a time-delay camera, which was set up by Tony Bramwell, to take nude photographs of themselves for the album's cover: these were taken at 34 Montagu Square ,  in early October John's idea was to have the nude shot for the front album cover.
He couldn't believe it. The cover provoked an outrage, prompting distributors to sell the album in a plain brown wrapper. We're all naked really. The only difference was that we were going to stand together, which I thought was very interesting I liked that concept. It took Lennon six months to persuade his fellow band members to agree to the release of the album, and despite not approving of the front cover, Paul McCartney  was asked to provide a note for it which read: "When two great Saints meet, it is a humbling experience.
The long battles to prove he was a Saint. One edition on the Rock Classics label, [nb 5] which was released in January ,  claimed to be distributed by Tetragrammaton and not mastered from the original tape, but was merely transferred from a copy of the record with audible surface noise.
The album was abhorred by both the music critics and the public alike. John and Yoko went on to release a further two related recordings: Unfinished Music No.
The LP was a brand-new remaster of the unedited fake-stereo mix. All selections by John Lennon and Yoko Ono , except where noted.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Unfinished Music No. Occasionally I will use empty sleeves for extra stiffening but for the most part I ship as described previously. I will use them as padding occasionally. My method is a little time consuming but better safe than sorry. I see no one really addressing how loosely packed record boxes can cause just as much damage as a dropped package.
Add another sheet of cardboard, bubble wrap, cheap record, whatever. Sandwich them tightly in there and tape all the flaps as snug as you can. And fercrissakes put some effort and care into your packaging! If you are too cheap to buy better mailers as I am , at least put some damn effort into making it secure and protective.
Double box it if you have to! And buyers, call out these lazy sellers. Give them negative feedback! If you steal Priority packaging you are just hurting and causing everyone else higher shipping rates so you can save a few buck out of YOUR wallet.
Very short sighted! II do a combo of what they talk about and what I was taught from a long time discogs member. And yes I do take the record out if it is already open. Both give me good prices and great quality. I have only had one person have issues in over a year.
Well I did have one guy let me know that his record got broken when his girlfriend got angry and ran over it deliberately. Almost every record I receive packed outside of the album sleeve is screwed up. This is the worst advice and method I have heard. A record in the album does not move around more than if it was in the sleeve, on the contrary. This practice is stupid and I will make sure to advise any seller I buy from to ship in the album provided and not to use the method in this article.
It is. No Doubt. The jacket was designed to protect the record. I rarely ship a LP outside of the sleeve. I tell them the method I ship. If you pack tight, and wrap the LP jacket and album in something like kraft paper.. In 15 years not one complaint. Pack your items tight. By whom? In 15 years of shipping worldwide I have never gotten one complaint. Quality is guaranteed to those who look. A certain cup box from Starbucks is one of the best ready made solutions they throw out in most cities.
Very little cutting is involved. Good for them, but not for everyone. The Starbucks box, for example I can collect 8 on a given day at most locations. Free cardboard is very common. And hell yeah I recycle old mailers. You should have basic respect to take the old labels off. One extra pass of tape solidifies these older mailers. G II lyrics buy track Lifelessly unfazed you look Tired, at the prospect of effort Lost in the under To be alone is paramount For no other reason than to not be here Into tatters torn from an apathetic yawn Call this taste of ours, a reason to see Cannot base the cause on a feeling to be Annihilate the hall, the day inflates.
The sound is blistered and blasted from the off, with torn strips of D-beat flapping madly in the wind while raw, near-blackened vocals cackle and caw.
If it initially sounds like something you can draw a bead on a mangled, abstracted Disclose? Feedback whistles and whines, riffs unspool in wiry tangles and ideas are stretched far beyond their rational breaking point. Instead of collapsing in a gibbering heap, however, Geld emerge from the experience wide-eyed and lucid — as though they've discovered some deep hidden truth while concocting the only record you might ever hear that begs comparisons to Grave New World band, not album , Rusted Shut and Liquorball.
Imagine a crossover between the fury and strenght of Impalers, the rawness of Glue, the abbrasive sound of Candy and a lot of Burning Spirits influence. Well, Geld is this and much more. Guitars are fucking sick, the bass have some rad lines and the voice is like the agony scream of a maniac sentenced to death.
They have created a subterranean world of darkness and confussion, where an extreme noise is played nonstop to torture the disturbed minds who inhabit it.
Kudos to Static Shock for putting out this brutal record. Throughout Beyond The Floor, bleeding-raw shards of noise and pyrotechnic d-beat insanity fuel throat-ripping audio violence. Actually, I once saw Geld described as Disclose deconstructing free jazz, which works well too. Geld perfectly blend breathless experimentalism with gut-punching hardcore, and all the barely corralled chaos on Beyond the Floor is a genre-trampling triumph.
Highly recommended. Geld travels much further into the damp caves of noise rock, though, with a handful of tracks breaking the three-minute barrier, making space for psychedelic jamming and droning that causes the hardcore to hit that much harder.
Beyond the Floor is a dense LP with rich, velvety sonic textures throughout. Sometimes my ear gets lost in those textures, while sometimes I let the rhythms pound me in the gut. Mastered at Noise Room Shige. Streaming and Download help. Report this album or account. American Today by Terrorist. A modern classic; the debut 7" from NYC's Terrorist is a psychedelic onslaught of soulful anarcho-punk ferocity.
Blending influences as diverse as Brain Bombs, Hawkwind and Varukers, this is unique. Long Knife are the spiritual successors to Poison Idea, but to relegate them to copycat status is to miss the point. Unhinged, anthemic, iconic - the most relevant American rock'n'roll band in years.View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Touch on Discogs. Label: Deram - SML • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock/5(4). Continue Reading