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The band's original intention with Fingerprince was to release it as the very first " three-sided " album – they had found a way to simulate a third side by arranging the grooves on one side of the vinyl album to play a completely different program of tracks depending on which series of grooves the needle was dropped on.
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* The Damned-Damned Damned Damned, a limited number of which were deliberately printed with a photo of Eddie and the Hot Rods on the back of the cover, rather than The Damned playing at The Roxy Club, and with an erratum sticker apologising for this " mistake ", and on the front of the LP, on top of the original shrinkwrap, a red food-fight sticker saying ' Damned Damned ', thus completing the LP's title when read underneath the band's name ;
After Wood's departure following the band's debut record, Lynne wrote and arranged all of the group's original compositions and produced every album.
The band's sound appealed to both Lemmy's original fans and, eventually, to fans of the punk rock scene.
Meanwhile, in 2002 material from the band's original 17-track demo tape was released as an EP, Pixies, on Cooking Vinyl in the U. K. and SpinArt Records in the U. S .; Frank Black has also used these labels to release solo work and albums with The Catholics.
The Midwestern United States was the original REO Speedwagon fan stronghold and is pivotal in this period of the band's history.
Many early Pink Floyd songs such as " See Emily Play " ( played with a Zippo lighter for a slide ), feature Syd Barrett's slide guitar performances, reflecting the band's original Chicago urban blues repertoire from musicians such as Bo Diddley and Slim Harpo.
A joint statement between Williams and the group said " The rumours are true ... Take That: the original lineup, have written and recorded a new album, to be called, Progress for release later this year ," read the band's statement.
These events included numerous appearances and performances by surviving members of the original Comets, including the band's induction into the Rock Walk hall of fame, a performance at the Viper Room club on the Sunset Strip, and a special performance for employees of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena to celebrate the success of the Deep Impact space probe.
The band's popularity in the United States began to wane in 1956 – 57 as sexier, wilder acts such as Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard began to dominate the record charts ( although Haley's cover version of Little Richard's " Rip It Up "-which was released in direct competition-actually outsold the original ).
In the wake of the group's success for the Victor release, in May the band returned to Columbia, recording two selections of popular tunes of the day chosen for them by the record company ( possibly hoping to avoid the copyright problems which arose after Victor recorded two of the band's supposedly original compositions ) " Darktown Strutter's Ball " and "( Back Home Again in ) Indiana " as catalogue # A-2297.
The band's original 1917 composition " Tiger Rag " became a jazz standard that later was covered by Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Ted Lewis, Joe Jackson, and the Mills Brothers.
And after a slew of rumours, they announced that this original line-up of Asia were planning a CD, DVD and world tour to celebrate the band's 25th anniversary.
" Their lyrics are sung exclusively in Swedish instead of the Finnish language " apparently because this language was better to evoke the trollish spirit ", even though the real reason for this lies in the band's original vocalist belonging to the Swedish-speaking minority.
They contributed two tracks to the influential Marty Thau Presents 2x5 compilation and their debut album, the self-titled Comateens, ( 1980 ) featured the band's bizarrely original compositions alongside covers of " Summer in the City " ( The Lovin ' Spoonful ), " TVC 15 " ( David Bowie ), and the theme song from TV's The Munsters.
" The album's singles — the Bruce Johnston-produced original " Bluebirds Over the Mountains " ( Billboard # 64 ) and the Carl Wilson-produced cover of The Ronettes ' " I Can Hear Music "— won lukewarm attention, with the latter reaching # 24 on the Billboard single chart in April 1969 ; the lead track, the Wilson / Love-authored " Do It Again ", an unabashed throwback to the band's earlier surf hits, had been an international hit in the summer of 1968, reaching # 20 in the US charts and # 1 the UK while also scoring well in other countries.
The band were originally known as Riot but the name became Riot / Clone after two members of the original lineup wanted the band's name to become Clone.
The Kinks ' early recordings of 1964 ranged from covers of R & B standards like " Long Tall Sally " and " Got Love If You Want It "; to the chiming, melodic beat music of Ray Davies ' earliest original compositions for the band, " You Still Want Me " and " Something Better Beginning "; to the more influential proto-metal, protopunk, power chord-based hard rock of the band's first two hit singles, " You Really Got Me " and " All Day and All of the Night ".
On October 11, 2011, Goomba Music released Worship the Animal, which is a newly titled version of Nile's demo, which the band's original line-up recorded in 1994.
It has been identified alternately as an abbreviation of " Parliament-Funkadelic ", " pure funk " or " Plainfield Funk ", referring to Plainfield, New Jersey, the hometown of the band's original line-up.
" Another suggested definition is " Plainfield Funk ", referring to Plainfield, New Jersey, the hometown of the band's original line-up.
Drummer Pierre Moerlen, who had been persuaded by Virgin to rejoin Gong as a co-leader with Malherbe ( after his spell with the French contemporary ensemble Les Percussions De Strasbourg ) in 1975, gradually took over the band's leadership ( with the original band dissolving in 1976 ).
The band's original line-up featured Perry Farrell ( vocals ), Dave Navarro ( guitar ), Eric Avery ( bass ) and Stephen Perkins ( drums ).
The original version of the video is only available on a few of the band's DVD releases, as well as on YouTube.
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After the Children of God album, Gira professed himself tired with the band's fearsome reputation for noise, feeling that their audience now had expectations that he had no intention of fulfilling.
Before the band's 1973 – 74 world tour, Hayward wrote a song called " Island " with the intention of including it on a potential follow-up album, which the Moodies recorded in 1973 before ultimately going their separate ways.
After this, Howerdel clarified the band's current stance on a future album, stating " Right now the intention is not to put out a ( full album ) but just to release some songs along the way, and then they might be re-imagined and put together in some collection ... If you need to have an album then there will be something more like a photo album where you collect these things and you put them in.
According to the band's web site, the Outlaws announced their intention to continue to tour throughout the summer and fall of 2009 with this lineup and planned to participate in the Simple Man Cruise with Lynyrd Skynyrd in January 2010.
The band's style has been described as " metal fusion ", with Sherinian stating that his intention upon founding Planet X was " to find musicians that played their instruments so fiercely, it would strike fear in the hearts of other musicians when they played ".
When Newsboys lead singer Peter Furler and the band's manager Wes Campbell first came to the United States in the 1980s, they had no intention of owning a record label.
Before the band's 2009 European tour, Bill Gray, Jon Gray, and Jacob Cooper informed Jeff Byron of their intention to leave the band after the tour.
Told in no uncertain terms that Delia has no intention of resuming her career, Johnnie begins a series of machinations at the party designed to make Rex believe that Delia has been having an affair with Cass, the band's manager.
The band's intention to release their own video game was announced in a sticker which appeared on the case of their 1996 compilation album, Best of the Beast, which stated, " Available soon ...
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Although Holly had already begun to become disillusioned with Norman Petty before meeting Maria Elena, it was through her and her aunt Provi, the head of Latin American music at Peer-Southern, that he began to fully realize what was going on with his manager, who was paying the band's royalties into his own company's account.
It was rekindled once, in 1978, for the Hawklords spin-off, but otherwise continued only with design commissions for projects involving the band's saxophonist Nik Turner.
Courtney Michelle Harrison was born in 1964 in San Francisco, California, to Linda Carroll, now a psychotherapist, and Hank Harrison, a publisher who had some association with the Grateful Dead ; consequently, Love was included in a group picture on the back of the band's album Aoxomoxoa ( 1969 ).
Recurring Dream contained four songs from each of the band's studio albums, along with three new songs.
It includes 19 of the band's greatest hits and is also available in a box set with a 25 track DVD of their music videos.
No mention of this album has been made on the band's official website or Twitter page, which suggests that they are not involved with its release.
Also in 1979 Rhino Records released Devotees, a tribute album, containing a set of covers of the band's songs interspersed with renditions of popular songs in Devo's style.
Jones reunited with Dolenz and Peter Tork from 1986 to 1989 to celebrate the band's renewed success and promote the 20th anniversary of the group.
During the recordings for the band's second LP, Wood left the band taking cellist McDowell and horn player Hunt with him to form Wizzard.
Parsons was frequently indulging in massive quantities of psilocybin and cocaine, so his performances were erratic at best, while much of the band's repertoire consisted of vintage honky-tonk and soul standards with few originals.
Following the band's breakup, Rollins established the record label and publishing company 2. 13. 61 to release his spoken word albums, as well as forming the Rollins Band, which toured with a number of lineups from 1987 until 2003, and during 2006.
His work with Body Count, whose 1992 debut album Marrow described as a " rock album with a rap mentality ", is described as paving the way for the success of rap rock fusions by bands like Kid Rock and Limp Bizkit ; however, Marrow states that the band's style does not fuse the two genres, and is solely a rock band.
In November of the same year, the band's first album with Jeepster, ' If You're Feeling Sinister ' was released to critical acclaim.
1998 then saw a further increase of activity, with the signing of Salako, and the release of albums for all three of their signed bands-most notably Belle & Sebastian's ' The Boy With The Arab Strap ', which enjoyed similar approval from reviewers and fans to the band's previous release.
The following year finally marked the release of Snow Patrol's second album ' When It's All Over We Still Have To Clear Up ', which, despite slightly disappointing initial sales, would eventually go gold in the wake of the band's later fame, along with their debut ' Songs For Polarbears '.
The band's American breakthrough came with the third album, Travelling Without Moving in 1996, which yielded two big hits, " Virtual Insanity " and " Cosmic Girl ".
The acid jazz flavours and ethnic influences of the first three albums continued with the release of Synkronized, and Jay Kay's interest in funk and disco music were shifting the band's directions towards such.
In keeping with the band's satirical nature, each member had a comical name: in addition to Kinky there was Little Jewford, Big Nig, Panama Red, Wichita Culpepper, Sky Cap Adams, Rainbow Colours, and Snakebite Jacobs.
One account of how the new band's name was chosen held that Moon and Entwistle had suggested that the supergroup with Page and Beck would go down like a " lead balloon ", a British idiom for disastrous results.