Out now, people.
I told Will Oldham once,
um I don’t know what that song (laughter) was. We played the wrong side of a tape but and maybe it was the Pajama Slave Dancers I don’t know. That’s who it was supposed to be I don’t think it was. Before that we heard Faith from DC off their 12 inch and that song […]
“B side included on A side, full length disco mix of Pop Musik on Seaside” Pop Muzik — Other Formats Other Formats The UK 12-inch single version was notable for the A-side having a double groove such that the two tracks (“Pop Muzik” and “M Factor”) both started at the outer edge of the record […]
But just because a record has a groove Don’t make it in the groove But you can tell right away at letter A When the people start to move alphabetically related:
Why waste a page overanalyzing the latest Joy Division release when you can cover 20 new indies in the same space? from Maximum Rocknroll #001, July/August, 1982
1) Fly Like An Eagle, SMBand 2) Revolution, Beatles 3) Join Together/Relay/Let’s See Action, Who
Everything’s happening at the turn of the century I’m gonna buy myself a time machine go to the turn of the century Perfect repetition (turn of the century) Bee Gees tech-no: from Paper Maché Cabbages & Kings, “Paper maché and telegraph poles/things go dead in the night” AND “Jimmy had a bomb and the bomb […]