Written-By – The M-80's. Written-By – The M-80's. First pressing was on white vinyl The M-80's - Seeing Things. Track B2 listed as "Bad Girl" on the back cover, as "Bad Women" on the vinyl label. Originally performed by The Fallen Angels. Matrix, Runout (A Side Etched): ES-725AX U-32393M-AX. Matrix, Runout (B Side Etched): ES-725BX U-32393M-BX.
Seeing Things is singer-songwriter Jakob Dylan's first solo studio album. The album was released on June 10, 2008, by Columbia Records and was recorded at the Hollywood Hills home of producer Rick Rubin. Dylan performed songs from the album for a small group on May 8, 2008 at Nissan's Live Sets in Los Angeles, California.
Things came to a head in Tower of Song, Cohen’s ultimate mission statement: Between cracking self-deprecating jokes about his golden voice and his inferiority to Hank Williams, Cohen positioned the creative act as both a prison and a path. Listen: Leonard Cohen: First We Take Manhattan. The album’s lyrics-composed by guitarists Jeff Hanneman and Kerry King, exploring subjects like Josef Mengele ( Angel of Death ), serial killers ( Criminally Insane ), and necrophilia ( Necrophobic )-were what initially made the news. But their music is what made it stick. If you could get tattoos of guitar riffs, these ones would be omnipresent: haywire, hellbound things that dig into your subconscious like jackhammers into concrete. Seeing Purple: Prince in the ’80s.
Oh how we love ’80s cover art! In honor of Album Cover Week, Mirror80 takes a look at three trends that put their stamp on the decade’s canvas. With examples from the cover art for both albums and hit singles of the 1980s, we give you three visual styles that continue to hold up over time Glamour Girls. An album cover is a work of art, and some ’80s musical acts took this concept to another level by spotlighting artwork of a cartoon-y nature. In fact, the more detail packed into the space, the better, as shown in the artwork for Men at Work’s 1983 album Cargo (below, left). The cover for Prince’s 1999 (below, top right) spotlighted layered detail on both letter and number. Finally, pop artist James Rizzi designed the cover of the Tom Tom Club’s 1981 self-titled LP (below, bottom right).
Album · 1997 · 11 Songs. Seeing Thing Shades Apart. Listen on Apple Music. 9. Turn It Back Around. 10. Trying to Remember.
All songs by Seeing Things can be download here. Browsing: Seeing Things found songs: 7. Songs by Popularity. Songs by ABC. Seeing Things - (Lyrics) The Black Crowes. Seeing Things The Black Crowes. I Must Be Seeing Things w/ LYRICS Gene Pitney. Seeing things Black crowes. Seeing Things Bizzy Bone. Speaking In Tongues (2005) 04 bizzy bone seeing things c4 Bizzy Bone. Cursed Diamond (Black Crowes Tribute) LIVE @ Glass Cactus multicam Seeing Things.
In the ‘80s, Public Enemy was the outlier and flourished because of it. Michael Jackson was showing signs of paranoia, but still mostly wanted to rock with you. Madonna was mostly espousing the joy of taking a Holiday, and even when she embraced a more militant attitude ( Express Yourself ), she was still arguing on behalf of embracing the pleasure principle. For the title track and third single from what’s widely considered to be David Bowie’s last truly great album, the singer’s delivery is closer to that of a low-budget horror movie’s demented narrator than the dynamic rock showman that shot to megastardom in the ‘70s. Bowie spins a yarn of a young girl falling victim to her own fears and insecurities in his tried-and-tested mockney accent, and heightens the air of sheer menace further still with a violent percussion section and the sound of dogs barking.
Pretty much any track off this album could have been a single and three of them (‘Breaking The Law’, ‘United’, ‘Living After Midnight’) were hits. This said, the fairly explicit ‘Grinder’ (whose lyrics were presumably a partial influence on the gay cruising iPhone app) and the anthemic ‘Golden Gods’ probably rank higher as fan favourites
There are a lot of weird things going on. We didn't practice much, so we were kind of disjointed when we made the album. Today, Crazy Rhythms is a landmark of jangly, guitar-driven avant-pop, and its shimmering sound can still be heard in bands like . But it almost wasn't released at all. The Feelies formed in 1976 in their small hometown of Haledon, New Jersey, as a lark. Tripping on acid one day, Million passed guitarist Glenn Mercer's garage and was impressed to hear the band playing the Stooges' "I Wanna Be Your Do.
- Bass – Rob Katherman
- Drums – Rusty Floyd
- Engineer – Randy Melton
- Guitar – Witt Drawls
- Producer – The M-80's
- Vocals, Harmonica [Harp] – Eddie Pierce
NotesFirst press on white
Track B2 listed as "Bad Girl" on the back cover, as "Bad Women" on the vinyl label.
|ES725, 725||The M-80's||Seeing Things (7", Single)||Estrus Records, Estrus Records||ES725, 725||US||1992|