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The Sound  - Jeopardy flac album
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WMG; PEDL, Well Received Music (Publishing), UBEM, Warner Chappell, Rye Boy Music, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (2). Композиция. Night Versus Day. Исполнитель. WMG; PEDL, Warner Chappell" и другие авторские общества (3).

Jeopardy is the first studio album by the Sound. About Jeopardy 1 contributor. Jeopardy is the first studio album by the Sound. Warner Brothers’ imprint Korova picked up the post-punk band on the merit of the demo cuts for what would become this album. The band recorded it in a single week on a shoestring budget, and it feels like it in the best of ways-each song plays like a live show, with no over-slick studio polishing to interfere with the immediacy of the performance. While the album and its single, Heyday, received immense praise from critics, it failed to receive the kind of popular attention that could have sent it to the top of the charts. Tap and hold to copy URL. Jeopardy Tracklist. 1. I Can't Escape Myself Lyrics.

Propaganda is an album by English post-punk band the Sound. It was recorded in 1979, before they recorded their debut album Jeopardy, and comprises the earliest material that they recorded. It was not released until April 1999 by record label Renascent, more than 10 years after the band broke up. It was viewed by the band as their true first album. Re-recorded versions of three of the tracks appeared on Jeopardy: "Missiles", "Night Versus Day" and "Words Fail Me".

Track from The Sound's 1981 album From The Lion's Mouth Reissued in 2002 by Renascent Records. 29 August 2018 ·. youtube.

Heartland" post-punk "По ряду причин в Лондоне появлялись группы, которые только и делали, что теоретизировали и заботились о своем имидже. Чистота ногтей волновала их куда больше, чем драйв в песнях. Авторитетный в то время NME сообщает нам - Лондон в 1980 году был настоящим музыкальным гадюшником. Ныне покойный, но некогда чудесный журнал Sounds поддерживает NME,.

TV contestants who are competing for lucrative cash prizes need to know a lot of information on history, geography, astronomy, and English grammar. Listen to this game show sounds and bloopers Ultimate Fart Soundboard.

Jeopardy Times Up. Jeopardy Theme. Jeopardy Answer Song. Jeopardy think music.

Download high quality sound effects. Sound Clips from Orange Free Sounds. Description: Jeopardy theme song. American television game show. Genres: Sound Effects Artist:, File Details.


I Can't Escape Myself
Hour Of Need
Words Fail Me
Night Versus Day
Unwritten Law


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KODE 2 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album) Korova KODE 2 UK 1980
M5KODE2 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(Cass, Album) Korova Records M5KODE2 New Zealand 1980
KOW 58 255 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album) Korova KOW 58 255 Europe 1980
KOW 58 255 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album) Korova KOW 58 255 Europe 1980
KOW 58 255 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album) Korova KOW 58 255 Germany 1980
58255 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album) WEA 58255 Greece 1980
KODE 2 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album) Korova KODE 2 UK 1980
WEA 58255, WEA 58.255 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album) WEA, WEA WEA 58255, WEA 58.255 Benelux 1980
KODE 2 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album) WEA, Korova KODE 2 New Zealand 1980
KOW 58 255 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album) Korova KOW 58 255 Germany 1980
KOW 58 255 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album) Korova, Korova Records KOW 58 255 France 1980
KOW 58 255, KODE 2 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album) Korova, Korova KOW 58 255, KODE 2 Italy 1980
KODE 2 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album) WEA, Korova KODE 2 New Zealand 1980
KOW 58 255 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album, Bla) Korova KOW 58 255 Europe 1980
KODE 2 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album, TP) Korova KODE 2 UK 1980
KOW 58 255 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album, Wit) Korova KOW 58 255 France 1980
REN CD 4 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(CD, Album, RE) Renascent REN CD 4 UK 2001
REN CD 4 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Car) Renascent REN CD 4 UK 2001
KODE 2 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial) Korova KODE 2 UK 2010
if52 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(CD, Album, RE) 1972 if52 US 2012
if52 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(CD, Album, RE, Jew) 1972 if52 US 2012
if02 The Sound Jeopardy ‎(LP, Album, RE) 1972 if02 US 2012

  • Murn
the most glaring issue is the obviously varying sources used for different tracks. i could swear 'missiles' is sourced from a low bitrate mp3.
  • RED
Seek out the 1st press from New Zealand or the U.K. both far superior in soundstage and overall pressing quality
  • Adrielmeena
Absolute garbage reissue from 1972. Hopefully somebody else eventually does this one right.
  • Rgia
Two issues with the 1972 pressing of this: - The center hole isn't cut large enough -- the records would actually spin on my turntable because it was stuck to the center post - The sticker on the record just shows a giant "1972" -- see the images above. It's just obnoxious.I'd agree to avoid 1972 releases.
  • Kerdana
U2 ripped this band for sure .... If you listen to "Missiles" is all there.
  • Awene
Sounds horrible, no dynnamics, no seperation, no perspektiver, no Music. Must be mastered from as if it is mastered from a low bitstream MP3
  • Xar
It doesn't feel like I missed this in the 80's. It feels like this album isn't stuck there. In fact "Jeopardy" feels like it was recorded 5 years too early. The vocal delivery, the guitars tone, everything is genuine, no post punk groan, recorded loud and raw. My copy is clean, quiet and cherished.
  • Ginaun
I have a copy with an exact matching sleeve, thick cut inner, matrix no.s but different centre labels that doesn't match up any any submission on here. Shall I add another release? There is no country of manufacture printed on the label, but is definitely not a modern repress.
  • Dianantrius
Rising out of the post punk rubble, the first band people want to compare The Sound to is of course Joy Division, though I for one would equate them more with The Cure, mixed with that odd recording production nature of The Fall … certainly not coming off as the more harmonic Echo and The Bunnymen, or the deeply atmospheric Psychedelic Furs.It’s strange to consider that 1980 was nearly forty years ago at this point, and that my youth was drawing to end end by this period. Nevertheless, my ears have always been turned on by music, and probably always will be. The late 70’s and 1980’s were filled with great dynamic bands, just as many if not more than in the 60’s, and while The Sound represented the rebellious nature of youth, and the times in the UK from which the music rose, drawing heavily from and mixing their sound with garage rock and synthesizers, there is something about the music that just doesn’t flow from track to track in a consistent manner. That being said, when the songs came up in rotation on the radio during those years, they sounded wonderful … consider “Heartland,” coming off as being upbeat, while “Time” turns on its heels and lays out a serious side of the band. As to the instrumentation, no member steps on anyone else’s musical toes, though as I mentioned earlier, there is something in the nature of the sound of The Sound, that does not allow it to resonate as a contextual whole. Perhaps this is the production, as I said, I could never understand any of the lyrics by The Fall, figuring that that that aspect was an elemental nature to their delivery, meshing the music and the vocals to the point where they came off as one, though that aspect was not a consideration for The Sound as far as I’m concerned, it was simply scattered and unblended.There are those who will tell you that your musical collection is not complete without the album Jeopardy sitting neatly tucked in amongst the rest of your vinyl, that The Sound had a cult following in the UK that can not be ignored, though so did Alien Sex Fiend, and I know no one who ever plays more than a single side at a time from that band. Yes Jeopardy, the band’s first release does simmer with energy, though how a music critic such as Devon Powers can make the claim that “Jeopardy … bursts with fresh energy while also maintaining a startling maturity and skill.” And to Mr. Powers I said right out loud “Really, startling maturity? Maturity is developed over time, these people were mere kids finding their footing, you’re overselling what might otherwise be a nice album, and that overselling is going to do nothing but force the release to fall short. Besides, as a young person, I don’t want to think of my musical heroes as being mature, I want someone a bit less stupid than I am, someone that I can relate to.” He then went on to say that the songs haunt, blaze, rip and govern, sometimes within the same moment, that the guitars twitch like a trigger finger, that the vocals team with fury and fire, that the bass comes off as nothing short of a controlled nuclear reaction, with keyboards always in perfect colour, whether dark or luminescent, and then he goes on to string words together such as intensely dramatic, mesmerizing, quick-fire, almost inaudibly rising like smoke filling a closed room and overflowing with brilliance. And with that I wanted to take him by the collar, and say, “I get it, you’re a fan, but you’ve lost me at this point, you’re lying to me at best, even Jimi Hendrix couldn’t measure up to those exhalations. Without a doubt, the album does have a chemistry, and it is certainly fun to listen to. Jeopardy was fun thirty-five years ago, and it’s still got it’s moments today, yet the fact remains, no matter what anyone says, the band never found an audience equal to Joy Division, The Cure, The Psychedelic Furs, The Fall, or even The Gang of Four. There is nothing wrong with admitting that The Sound are not a critical piece of the puzzle from that era, that they were simply one of hundreds of other bands who had their following, but could not find a broad base or acceptance. And with all of that being said, I say to everyone, including myself, who has a vinyl copy of the album Jeopardy neatly tucked away, it’s still rather reasonable to purchase, meaning it’s not a treasure, it just is what it is, fun to listen to, but not to be taken as a religious artifact.Review by Jenell Kesler
  • Khiceog
Does not sound too bad. Turn the treble up a bit and you have got yourself a copy of a good record. "Missiles" sounds a bit muffled though. Interesting hype sticker, makes it seem as if The Sound is a cover band haha.
  • Jack
I haven't heard other releases of this to make comparisons but "Missiles" sound particularlry muffled on my copy too.
  • Voodoosida
Don't know what this is sourced from but sounds a bit off. The drums sound FUCKED. Stay away from releases from 1972, just CD ripped bootlegs in presentable packaging.
  • Nahn
Apparently, this release was copied from a good original vinyl copy (cleaned up in post production) as the original master recordings were destroyed many years ago! Probably best to get hold of an original pressing, if the price is right!
  • Aloo
"Missiles" sounds awful, stay away from this bootleg.
  • Gavidor
The large mistake in this recording is that 'Heyday' appears as the sixth track on side one of the album and not as the first on side two. Or maybe I got a misprint? I don't know, but I see that on the original version 'Heyday' also is on side two.
  • Cetnan
Yep, same here. Both the cover and labels list 'Heyday' as being 1st track of Side 2, but it's actually the final track of Side 1.
  • Conjukus
This bothers me a lot! Why don't pay respect to the original record?
Same here.
Yep, mine has the, doesn't bother me that much I guess.
  • Samulkree
mine is the same!
  • Doomwarden
I have an almost exact replica of this record. Same label (although the writing on the outer part of the label is a bit closer to the run out groove), front and back cover are exactly the same, same catalog number and label. The only difference is the inner sheet. It's white and the writing "We will wait / for the night / We will wait" are on the front of the sheet.Matrix number/run out:- Side 1: KODE2-LP SIDE-A-- Side 2: KODE2-LP SIDE-B-Does anybody have any information about this? By the looks of it, it seems a reissue from a couple of years ago.Thanks!