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Tuxedomoon / Big In Japan - Berlin 1980 / Düsseldorf 1980 album flac

  • Performer: Tuxedomoon
  • Album: Berlin 1980 / Düsseldorf 1980
  • FLAC: 1748 mb | MP3: 1718 mb
  • Released: 1980
  • Style: New Wave, Experimental
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 968
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Tuxedomoon / Big In Japan - Berlin 1980 / Düsseldorf 1980 album flac

Tracklist

A Tuxedomoon Berlin 1980
B1 Tuxedomoon Düsseldorf 1980
B2 Big In Japan Don't Bomb China
B3 Big In Japan Suicide Highlife
B4 Big In Japan Good-Bye

Notes

Side A: Recorded live at the SO.36 club in West-Berlin, 6.10.1980
Side B: Recorded live at the Ratinger Hof club, Düsseldorf, 7.10.1980
Side B2-B4: Big In Japan: Three unreleased songs were recorded for the band's only John Peel session of 6 March 1979; "Suicide High Life", "Goodbye" and "Don't Bomb China".

Tuxedomoon Rattinger Ho Düsseldorf July 10, 1980. 50+ видео Воспроизвести все. Воспроизвести.

Tuxedomoon live Target video "Four major events" recorded between 1980-1982

Get the Tuxedomoon Setlist of the concert at SO36, Berlin, Germany on October 6, 1980 and other Tuxedomoon Setlists for free on setlist.

unofficial live cassette I got in 1981. 1980 on their first European tour, band at their very best! the track Cell Life was unique to this release.

In 1980 the band released their first album, Half-Mute, on Ralph Records. The band toured Europe in 1980 and moved to New York City. While in New York, they performed in, and were featured on the soundtrack for the film Downtown 81. They gained popularity in the Netherlands and Belgium. They eventually relocated to Brussels. Tuxedomoon released the album Vapour Trails on Crammed Discs in 2007. The album was recorded at Reininger's home. The band uses instruments like clarinets and flugelhorns along with their standard instrument setup. In 2007, they also released a CD and DVD boxset of unreleased and rare music and videos. Various Tuxedomoon members have extensively collaborated with the UK.

'Big In Japan' tells about a couple of lovers trying to get off Heroin. They both imagine how great it would be to love without the drug: no steal, no clients, no ice age in the pupil, real emotions, true worlds. Till nowadays Berlin station Zoo is an important meeting place for junkies. That's why this place became a venue of the song. I bought the album of a British band named Big In Japan. Big in Japan" meant so much as if you are nothing in your environs, you can be big somewhere else. You can be a king in another world. And if you aren't that, you can tell it at home. He lived 4 years with Ariane (1980-1984), then he got married with Manuela, an italian girl. After Manuela he has an affair with Gabi Becker, AV's backing vocal, and he had a daugther with her in 1998. Now he's living with a swedish girl in Berlin. My man" is the english slang for "my drug dealer", there's nothing gay about that.

Tuxedomoon, Half-Mute (TIE) 74. Rockpile, Seconds of Pleasure 75. Lou Reed, Growing Up in Public 76. Iggy Pop, Soldier 77. Colin Newman, A-Z 78. Bow Wow Wow, Your Cassette Pet (TIE) 78. Prince, Dirty Mind (TIE) 8. LOL. They were really big in Japan I hear. It’s clear from your remarks you don’t think most of these bands, or their genres, are important or influential – and you are wrong. While never fashionable, their 1980 album Making Movies is better than at least half of these entries, in my humble opinion of cours. eply. on Jun 18, 2016 at 7:31 pm. I am glad to see Midnight Oil’s Bird Noises on the list.

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LP1 Half-Mute 1980 LP2 Desire 1981 LP3 Holy Wars 1985 LP4 Ship Of Fools 1986 LP5 You 1987 LP6 The Ghost Sonata 1991 LP7 Cabin In The Sky 2004 LP8 Bardo Hotel Soundtrack 2006 LP9 Vapour Trails 2007 LP10 Appendix 2015 (bonus LP with unreleased material). ships out within 2 days. Purchasable with gift card. But the atmosphere of the place had unexpected effects on them, and drove them to record a series of "spontaneous compositions" (as Mingus would have put it) instead, which soon formed the basis of this side project, intended to be the soundtrack for a film the band is currently shooting with Greek visual artist George Kakanakis.