This song is by Mission Of Burma and appears on the album The Obliterati (2006). Ho! Out of the troubled watersOut of the swirling gloomWe may find within the worldIn that tangled room. I wanted everythingYou want everythingWe need everythingAnd we'll get everything. You said it is your birthdayLet's make it last and lastWe need a calm place to call homeCall home. Pulled, two worlds collideThey stick together.
is the debut studio full-length album by American post-punk band Mission of Burma, following their 1981 EP, Signals, Calls, and Marches. It was released in October 1982 by record label Ace of Hearts. It is the only full-length studio album the band released during the 1980s – and until 2004, as soon afterward they disbanded due to guitarist Roger Miller's worsening tinnitus.
Unsound is the fifth album by American post-punk band Mission of Burma. Released in July 2012, it is their first record for Fire Records. Unsound has been well received by critics. Sectionals in Mourning" – 2:58. This Is Hi-Fi" - 3:31.
Mission of Burma is an American post-punk band formed in Boston, Massachusetts in 1979. The band was formed by Roger Miller (guitar), Clint Conley (bass), Peter Prescott (drums) and Martin Swope (tape manipulator/sound engineer). Like many of their post-punk contemporaries, Mission of Burma's efforts are largely concerned with extending punk's original vocabulary without losing its essential rebellious spirit.
In 1982, Mission of Burma released their first full-length album, V. .Breakup and aftermath. In 1983, after the release of V. the group disbanded due to Miller's worsening tinnitus, attributed in large part to their notoriously loud live performances-during their farewell tour, Miller took to augmenting his usual small foam earplugs with rifle-range earphones onstage
Profilo: Group from Boston, Massachusetts formed in February 1979 with guitarist/vocalist Roger Miller, bassist/vocalist Clint Conley, drummer/vocalist Peter Prescott and Martin Swope (sonic manipulations). The band split up in 1983. 2004 they recorded a new album OnOffOn with Bob Weston from Shellac who took over the part of Martin Swope for that release. Siti: missionofburma.
Pictures, videos, biodata, and files relating to Vs. (Mission of Burma album) are also acceptable encyclopedic sources. Mission of Burma album).
|OLE 710-1||Mission Of Burma||Birthday (12", S/Sided, Etch)||Matador||OLE 710-1||US||2006|
|OLE 710-2||Mission Of Burma||Birthday (CD, Single)||Matador||OLE 710-2||US||2006|