A retrospective of compassion family from 1995 until 2010. But what you get here is a lot more than that. Four of the nine tracks are previously un-released & two of the others are different & hard to get hold of mixes. So in all, a real treasure trove of an album featuring some of the best . stuff your likely to hear. Showing why compassion family were & are head & shoulders above your run of the mill electronica. Steam rolling through genres & styles like a magpie, taking what they need from each. From full on to dubby trip hop & punky techno.
Retrospective is a double-disc compilation of Red House Painters' songs from the band's 4AD era. The compilation was released in July 1999. Disc one is a collection of definitive Red House Painters tracks culled from their debut album Down Colorful Hill through 1995's Ocean Beach, as picked by 4AD label owner Ivo Watts-Russell. Disc two, subtitled Demos, Outtakes, Live (1989-1995), is a collection of unreleased demos and live recordings from their 4AD years
The King Ivory Band)", "Hallowed Ground", "I Just Wanna Love You Tonight" and many more. Retrospective 1995-2010 CJ Smith.
A Retrospective is a compilation album composed of the entire recorded output of screamo band Saetia, released October 1, 2001 by Level Plane. The album, which also includes five live recordings taken from one of the last shows the band performed at ABC No Rio, was remastered entirely by Alan Douches. Billy Werner - vocals. Jamier Behar - guitar. Adam Marino - guitar (tracks 1-9, 13-17). Colin Bartoldus - bass (tracks 1-9) guitar (tracks 10-12). Alex Madara - bass (tracks 13-17).
Wendle's piece was a retrospective on the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing that killed 168 people. Let's say it's a retrospective on a 60 year career - until he has enough new articles for the next retrospective. For more on that, check out his interview with the devs and retrospective on the tricky transition to free-to-play. We wrote about this in greater detail in a Beauty And The Beast retrospective in 2010. Nevertheless, the legislation is generally said to have been retrospective in its operation. Therefore, it can not be said that the amendment to Section 8(5) is retrospective in operation. In 2% of cases retrospective by is used. The Carter Family: Into The Valley Retrospective by Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, November 2002 FIRST KILL YOUR HOG.
Son Volt, A Retrospective: 1995-2000. Warner Brothers/Rhino). Jay Farrar first led Son Volt into battle with 1995's Trace album. By the time he legged it for a solo career, the Volts had made two more LPs and had been anointed as the spiritual godfathers of so-called "alt-country". The term has subsequently been applied to all manner of toothless mush, but Farrar had some precious qualities that set him apart - a weary drawl of a voice that seemed steeped in centuries of old-time music, and a natural empathy for everything you could gather under the uegrass tent. This excellent collection punches all the right buttons,.
If nothing else A Retrospective: 1995-2000 shows Son Volt as capable of making some of the best music of the later 20th century. Why Farrar was so eager to leave Son Volt and this sound behind is open to speculation, but it's clear from the lesser-known tracks included on A Retrospective: 1995-2000 that this band died too early. The usual suspects are included on the compilation. Essentially any tracks off Trace would be appropriate for such a release, and indeed that album is well represented. There are four tracks taken directly from the album and two more ("Tear Stained Eye", "Loose String") that are included in their four-track demo state. What makes A Retrospective: 1995-2000 worth the price of admission? Simply put: it's the b-sides. There are eight songs here that only the absolute Son Volt complete-ist will have heard.
Works: 1965–1995 (A 10-CD Retrospective). Works 1965-1995 Mastered by Robert C. Ludwig, Gateway Mastering Studios, Portland, ME. Design by John Gall Design Assistant: Judy Hudson Cover Photo: Steve Reich during a rehearsal of Music for 18 Musicians (New York, March 1976) by Betty Freeman. Executive Producer: Robert Hurwitz.
|1||Vomit Splashed Popcorn (British Rail, Long Train Mix)|
|2||Spin Bomb (Full Moon Mix)|
|4||Naked Soul (Vocal Mix)|
|5||Steady Wisdom (Rymjaw Re-master)|
|6||April Orkestra (Cafe Del Cunt Mix)|
|7||Colour Zen (Cosmic Jihad Version)|
|8||We Losing Goa Now|
|9||Apple Pie Boogaloo|
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