FLLR NS6-54 - New Sounds 6


 
light & evil (electrobliss)
11.11.91
 
WARLOCK PINCHERS  Morrissey Rides A Cockhorse
THE SHAMEN Move Any Mountain
THE OTHER TWO Tasty Fish
ELECTRONIC Second To None
SAMANTHA FOX Touch Me
THE JAMS Porpoise Song
THE ART OF NOISE Moments In Love
SIGUE SIGUE SPUTNIK Success (Funky Mix)
A SPLIT SECOND Rigor Mortis
HERB ALPERT & TIJUANA BRASS Love Potion #9 (runs out)
 
<< That crybaby sonofa.... no talent motherf.... I don't know if that song has stood the test of time....actually, yeah it has!...but the rest of this is simply great, even the sultry Tijuana Brass at the end.
Throwing in Samantha Fox though....sorry...that was a mistake... I guess I must have been very proud of that record store find?>>>
 
Nothing says "1991" like this video... no Shamen admitting it!
 
 
And this is "tasty"...
 
 
darkness & good (the colour hurts)
11.11.91
 
CURVE Coast Is Clear
LUSH Nothing Natural (version)
MY BLOODY VALENTINE Soon
LOOP  Arc-lite (radar)
RIDE Like A Daydream
THE BREEDERS Happiness Is A Warm Gun
M/A/A/R/S - Anitina (First Time I Saw Her Dance)
DEAD CAN DANCE Spirit
THE CHAMELEONS Perfume Garden
COMSAT ANGELS Gone
THE DURUTTI COLUMN The Sea Wall

<< I remember playing the hell out of this tape back in the day.  Don't think a better set of songs I can come up with that represented this time for me, and is a perfect blend of shoegaze into postpunk.  "Gone" was of course covered by Martin L. Gore on his Counterfeit EP.   Was lucky to see many of these bands live, but missed out on CURVE (though my friends caught them), nor have I seen DEAD CAN DANCE or THE CS ANGELS (as they were known for or a while) or THE DURUTTI COLUMN >>

 

 
This bends around... it's never enough to swallow those pills I am sick and I always will be...

Brendan Perry "Spirit" (wonderful interpretation)

What a visual treat this was, though Miki and Emma hated this because it looked like a makeup ad!

FLLR NS6-54

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