John Peel Sessions - The Birthday Party Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - New Wave & Post-punk / Artist: The Birthday Party / Import / Audio CD released 2001-10-02 at Varese / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Cry 2 Yard 3 Figure of Fun 4 King Ink 5 Release the Bats 6 Roland Around in That Stuff 7 (Sometime ... more
John Peel Sessions - The Birthday Party ... Stuff
7 (Sometimes) Pleasure Heads Most Burn
9 Big Jesus Trash Can
10 She's Hit
11 Bully Bones
12 Six Inch Gold Blade
13 Pleasure Avalanche
14 Deep in the Woods
15 Sonny's Burning
16 Marry Me (Lie! Lie!)
Newest Review: ... Peel session of this popular single was a lot more manic and musically loose compared to its vinyl counterpart. The song ... more
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by - written on 22/08/08, updated on 22/08/08 (Very useful, 168 readings)
Introduction --------------- The John Peel Sessions CD by The Birthday Party was released in 2001 on the Varese record label. The album has all four sessions recorded by the Australian post punk outfit The Birthday Party for the BBC radio John Peel show (RIP). The line up of the band were - Nick Cave - Vocals, piano Mick Harvey - Guitars and occasional drums Rowland S Howard - Guitars, Vocals Phil Calvert - Drums (Tracks 1 -12 only) Tracey Pew - Bass. The album ------------- The first session, and first four tracks, on the CD were recorded in 1980 and featured four songs that also appeared on ... Read the complete review
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