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Kim Salmon And The Surrealists - Just Because You Can't See It... ...Doesn't Mean It Isn't There download mp3 album

Kim Salmon And The Surrealists - Just Because You Can't See It... ...Doesn't Mean It Isn't There download mp3 album
Performer:
Kim Salmon And The Surrealists
Album:
Just Because You Can't See It... ...Doesn't Mean It Isn't There
Style:
Alternative Rock
Released:
1989
Country:
Australia
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1191 mb
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1577 mb
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1477 mb
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Rating:
4.6 ★
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155

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from album ' Just Because You Can't See I. .

It was started specifically to accomodate the darker and irreverent music created by the consortium of Tex Perkins, Stuart ‘Spasm’ Gray, Lachlan McLeod, and Peter Read. It was deemed by all involved that a seperate identity was necessary for the very different sounds and outlook to Red Eye. Black Eye officially ceased to exist when the parent label ran short on cash at the end of the 80’s - but all due royalties were paid, and the principal entities were going their seperate ways anyway by then. Kim Salmon And The Surrealists. Doesn't Mean It Isn't There ‎(CD, Album). Doesn't Mean It Isn't There (Album).

The second album Just Because You Can't See I.Doesn't Mean It Isn't There was recorded more conventionally in 1989 and released in early 1990. Comparing this album with The Human Jukebox, there is a similarity in songwriting but a difference in feel is readily apparent. The band's third album Essence was released in 1991, followed by Sin Factory in 1993, which arguably gained the most attention for the band. In September 2006, Kim Salmon and the Surrealists 'reformed' for a show in Spain at Azkena Rock Festival. This line-up of Kim Salmon (guitar/vocal), Stu Thomas (bass) and Phil Collings (drums) also played later in Australia. 2010 marked the release of the album Grand Unifying Theory, the first Kim Salmon and The Surrealists record for 13 years. Line-up featured Kim Salmon (), Stu Thomas (bass) and Phil Collings (drums).

Doesn't Mean It Isn't There (February 1990), were described by McFarlane as having a "dark, confrontational sound powered by Salmon's scratchy, neurotic guitar and snarling vocals" From March 1988 Beasts of Bourbon reconvened and Salmon spent time with both groups over the subsequent five years. Salmon fired Tony Pola from the Surrealists in 1993, replacing him with Greg Bainbridge. Brian Hooper later left after the "Kim Salmon and the Surrealists" album and was replaced by Stu Thomas in 1995. This new trio put out Ya Gotta Let Me Do My Thing in 1997, touring Australia, Europe, and the . A horn section was added to the band that included trumpet player Leon de Bruin and saxophonist Michael Redman.

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Just because it takes me longer to achieve a goal doesn’t mean I’m going to give up. I may do things differently, but it’s my path, my life and there aren't any rules or guidelines. One day I’m going to take the world by storm. It may not be today or tomorrow, but it’s going to happen when I choose it to happen. Just because my path is different than yours doesn’t mean I’m lost.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Melt Pt.1
Music By – Hooper*, Salmon*Words By – Salmon*
A2 Measure Of Love
Music By – Salmon*, Pola*Words By – Salmon*
A3 Undying Love
Words By, Music By – Salmon*
A4 Sundown, Sundown
Words By, Music By – Hazelwood*
A5 Melt Pt.2
Music By – Hooper*, Salmon*Words By – Salmon*
A6 Weren't We Bad
Music By – Hooper*, Salmon*, Pola*Words By – Salmon*
B1 Sunday Drive
Words By, Music By – Salmon*
B2 Je T'Aime
Words By, Music By – Gainsbourg*
B3 Your Viscous Omnipresence
Words By, Music By – Salmon*
B4 You're Gonna Die
Guitar – Brian HooperMusic By – Hooper*, Salmon*, Pola*Words By – Salmon*
B5 An Articulation Of The Thoughts Of One Of Society's Bastards
Words By, Music By – Hooper*, Salmon*

Credits

  • Bass, Bass [Fuzzbass], Piano – Brian Hooper
  • Cover – Foy*, Salmon*, Perkins*
  • Drums, Percussion – Tony Pola
  • Mastered By – Don Bartley
  • Photography By – Geoff Aitken
  • Producer – Kim Salmon And The Surrealists
  • Recorded By – Phil Punch
  • Voice, Guitar, Keyboards, Slide Guitar – Kim Salmon

Notes

Black vinyl

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BLACK LP 9 Kim Salmon And The Surrealists Just Because You Can't See It... ...Doesn't Mean It Isn't There ‎(LP, Album, tra) Black Eye Records BLACK LP 9 Australia 1989
BLACK LP9 Kim Salmon And The Surrealists Just Because You Can't See It... ...Doesn't Mean It Isn't There ‎(LP, Album) Black Eye Records BLACK LP9 Germany 1989
BLACK LP9 Kim Salmon And The Surrealists Just Because You Can't See It... ...Doesn't Mean It Isn't There ‎(LP, Album, W/Lbl) Black Eye Records BLACK LP9 Germany 1989
BLACK CD 9 Kim Salmon And The Surrealists Just Because You Can't See It... ...Doesn't Mean It Isn't There ‎(CD, Album) Black Eye Records BLACK CD 9 Germany 1989