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  • #1670
    Anonimo
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    E’ in uscita il prossimo 7 febbraio una compilation con rari pezzi di band grunge, che però non include nè nirvana nè pearl jam!!!

    Tutte le tracce:

    1. BLACKOUTS… Happy Hunting Ground
    2. MR. EPP & THE CALCULATIONS… Mohawk Man
    3. U-MEN… Solid Action
    4. GREEN RIVER… Come On Down
    5. THE MELVINS… Grinding Process
    6. MALFUNKSHUN… With Yo’ Heart (Not Yo’ Hands)
    7. SCREAMING TREES… Orange Airplane
    8. MUDHONEY… In ‘N’ Out Of Grace
    9. BABES IN TOYLAND… He’s My Thing
    10. TAD… Giant Killer
    11. COFFIN BREAK… Crawl
    12. TREEPEOPLE… Guilt Regret Embarrassment
    13. SKIN YARD… Hallowed Ground
    14. GRUNTRUCK… Tribe
    15. THE GITS… Second Skin
    16. LOVE BATTERY… Half Past You
    17. HAMMERBOX… Trip
    18. SEAWEED… Losing Skin
    19. 7 YEAR BITCH… The Scratch
    20. SUPERSUCKERS… Creepy Jackalope Eye

    con jeff ament and stone gossard from pearl jam nei green river tra l’altro…e matt cameron negli skinyard…

    #11485
    libero
    Partecipante

    La compilation non è della sub pop ma della Livewire Recordings

    Livewire Recordings is currently undergoing a 20-track, various artists compilation project that surveys the beginnings of Seattle’s underground rock movement in the late ‘80s-early 90’s due out on February 7, 2006.

    Two decades ago, a noise came out of a second-tier US city, far from the Meccas of music production. It was big. It was loud. It demanded your attention. It usually sang not of good fun rockin’ times, but of despair, frustration, and anger. That noise continues to reverberate today, all around the world.

    The sound came from (a) rigorously aping what the “rebels” in the media Meccas were doing, (b) failing, and © turning back to incorporate one’s own musical roots, which in this case, included healthy (unhealthy?) portions of dirt metal. The result combined the populism and expansiveness of metal with the intimacy and immediacy of punk.

    Some used this sound to make neo-psychedelic garage anthems (the early Screaming Trees). Some made unabashed wall-o-sound noise (The Melvins). Some made aggressive pop anthems (the Supersuckers). Some made assertive calls to action (The Gits).

    Some became world famous. Most didn’t. This disc is mostly about the unsung heroes, the ones who didn’t get the marketing push, who didn’t become multi-platinum megastars. Their sounds are both of their time and timeless, unsullied by constant repetition.

    ALBUM HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:

    – 20 original recordings from the pioneers of the grunge-era movement. These bands are the unsung heroes who would go on to influence some of the biggest, chart topping groups in music history.

    – A 16-page booklet of liner notes detailing the history of the Seattle music scene written by Seattle music historian Clark Humphrey, author of “The Real Seattle Music Story” and group photos by legendary Grunge photographer, Charles Peterson.

    – Members of these bands have gone on to form Ministry, Pearl Jam, Queens of the Stone Age, Soundgarden, Mother Love Bone, Built To Spill and Nirvana

    – Compiled & Produced by Grammy-nominated producer Ted Myers (Nuggets, Troubadours of British Folk)

    – Digitally Remastered by Emily Lazar @ The Lodge, NYC whose credits include Third Eye Blind, The Shins and The Stills

    – Compilation includes production by renowned producers Jack Endino and Butch Vig

    – The artists featured on the compilation have collectively sold over 3 million albums

    Profili delle band incluse

    Blackouts – Happy Hunting Ground: Bassist Paul Barker and drummer Bill Rieflin would go on to join Ministry as the band developed their harder edged sound. Rieflin would also do a stint with Nine Inch Nails.

    Mr. Epp and The Calculations – Mohawk Man: Three high school friends; Jo Smitty, Mark McLaughlin (aka Mark Arm) and Darren Morey (aka Darren Mor-X) get together and pay homage to their math teacher, Mr. Epp. Upon submitting a track to a local radio show, the band is subsequently dubbed ‘the worst band in the world’ by KZAM radio. This track would go on to hit number one on Los Angeles’ radio station KROQ’s Rodney on the Rocks program.

    U-Men – Solid Action: The U-Men remain as one of the initial Seattle bands that would go on to pioneer the ‘grunge’ scene. The band was even honored by the Butthole Surfers in their song ‘The O-Men.’ The group became tired and disbanded following tours that didn’t yield enough money to support the band. Founder Tom Price eventually found out when he kept turning up to empty band rehearsals.

    Green River – Come on Down: Green River is widely considered the first grunge band, releasing the first grunge record in 1985.This is the title track from that record. The band would release 3 albums, helping establish the Sub Pop label and the ‘grunge-rock’ sound. Green River features Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament of Mother Love Bone/Pearl Jam, singer Mark Arm would go on to form (and front) Mudhoney.

    The Melvins – Grinding Process: Olympia-based heavy underground punk band. Kurt Cobain began playing often with The Melvins’ bassist Dale Crover. Through the Melvins’ leader Buzz Osborne, Cobain met Novoselic. The Melvins recorded several albums for Atlantic then signed with Mike Patton’s Ipecac label – joining Patton in his side projects Fantomas and Tomahawk.

    Malfunkshun – With Yo’ Heart (Not Yo’ Hands): 80s Seattle band Malfunkshun, along with Green River, is often cited as founding fathers of the northwest grunge phenomenon of the early 90s. Singer Andy Wood would go on to form Mother Love Bone with Green River’s Gossard and Ament, before their debut albums release, Wood would die of a heroin overdose in 1990.

    Screaming Trees – Orange Airplane: One of the first Seattle Bands to sign with a major label, fused 60s psychedelia and garage rock with 70s hard rock and 80s punk. This song is off their first studio release. Big hit was ‘Nearly Lost You’ off the Singles movie soundtrack. Singer Mark Lanegan would go on to develop a solo career with several releases, as well as most recently becoming an honorary member of Queens of the Stone Age.

    Mudhoney – In ‘N’ Out of Grace: Mudhoney was the first real success story for Seattl- based Sub Pop Records. The band included members of The Melvins and singer Mark Arm – previously a member of Mr. Epp & The Calculations (their track ‘Mohawk Man’ from 1982 is also included on this compilation), then Green River. Mudhoney has gone on to become influential and quite successful in their own right.

    Babes in Toyland – He’s My Thing: One of the rare bands not formed in Seattle, but Minneapolis, this track is off the bands debut release Spanking Machine, produced by Jack Endino. Frontwoman Kat Bjelland previously performed in bands with Courtney Love and future L7 singer Jennifer Finch.

    Tad – Giant Killer: One of the heaviest Seattle grunge bands and last Seattle band on Sub Pop’s grunge-era roster to sign with a major-label. This track is off their last Sub Pop release 8-Way Santa, produced by Butch Vig.

    Coffin Break – Crawl: Coffin Break didn’t exactly fit the grunge era profile, instead, drawing most of their inspiration from punk. The band would go on to record several albums for Epitaph

    Treepeople – Guilt Regret Embarrassment: The Doug Martsch led Seattle transplants, via Boise, ID, issued several albums and EPs – Martsch would go on to form Built to Spill.

    Skin Yard – Hallowed Ground: Never signing to Sub Pop or becoming break out artists on their own in later years, Skin Yard was probably the most overlooked Seattle grunge band. Although, the band featured guitarist Jack Endino, whose future producer/engineer credits include working with 14 of the 20 bands featured on this compilation. Drummer Matt Cameron would leave to join Soundgarden and replacement Jason Finn would join Love Battery. Frontman Ben McMillan would go on to form Gruntruck.

    Gruntruck – Tribe: Singer Ben McMillan’s post-Skin Yard project. Signed with Roadrunner and released two albums.

    The Gits – Second Skin: The tragedy of Mia Zapata’s untimely passing, as the band were gearing up to release their second album and poised for breakout success, overshadows the bands contributions to the Seattle music scene, as well as Mia’s own inspiration to female artists and musicians including the all female aggressive punk rock of 7 Year Bitch (who’s track ‘The Scratch’ was pulled from their VIVA ZAPATA recording).

    Love Battery – Half Past You: Featuring ex-members of Skin Yard, U-Men, Green River and Mother Love Bone the band released several albums on Sub Pop and C/Z. Drummer Jason Finn would exit the group to drum for the Presidents of the United States of America.

    Hammerbox – Trip: One of the last female-fronted grunge era bands would sign to A&M and released one record. Without the full support from A&M the album would tank, and group would be dropped and subsequently dissolve.

    Seaweed – Losing Skin: Another success story from Seattle. The band initially began releasing their music on their own, then signed to Sub Pop. After several albums they were offered a deal with Hollywood Records. Their debut for Hollywood would receive rave reviews, but flop in the marketplace. The band was dropped and broke up, however reconvening for one last go around on Merge in 1999.

    7 Year Bitch – The Scratch: Initially inspired by The Gits, 7 Year Bitch would begin their career opening for them and releasing an album on C/Z. Guitarist Stefanie Sargent would pass away before its release. Following the death of The Gits vocalist Mia Zapata, the band would record a tribute titled ‘Viva Zapata!’ from which this track was culled.

    Supersuckers – Creepy Jackalope Eye: Formed in Tucson, the Supersuckers recorded three country-influenced rock records and one rock-influenced country record for Sub Pop through the 90s.

    IO MI CHIEDO…..E I NIRVANA????????????????????????????????’

    ico11

    #11483
    Kurt74
    Amministratore del forum

    Ma mica se ne sono dimenticati, probabilmente la cara Courtney Love ha chiesto troppi soldini per rilasciare i diritti.

    #11481
    Anonimo
    Ospite

    Dei nirvana conosciamo tutto, ci sono molte altre band di quella scena sconosciute, mi fanno piacere lavori di questo tipo.
    cmq all’etichetta avrebbero fatto comodo i nirvana, probabilmente chi detiene i diritti del pezzo che avrebbero voluto inserire ha chiesto troppo

    #11487
    BrodyDalle
    Partecipante

    si,conosco sta compilation.

    ci sono un sacco di gruppi poco conosciuti, ma è bello ascoltare altra musica grunge oltre ai mitici nirv. I loro diritti, come molti sanno, costano tantissimoooooooooo per cui non sono comparsi.

    la cosa strana è che sulla copertina del cd c’è un’immagine del live from the muddy banks dei nirvana.

    bo ico06

    #11486
    libero
    Partecipante

    ^BrodyDalle^ – 10/2/2006 4:17 PM

    si,conosco sta compilation.

    ci sono un sacco di gruppi poco conosciuti, ma è bello ascoltare altra musica grunge oltre ai mitici nirv. I loro diritti, come molti sanno, costano tantissimoooooooooo per cui non sono comparsi.

    la cosa strana è che sulla copertina del cd c’è un’immagine del live from the muddy banks dei nirvana.

    bo ico06

    gia…. ico11 ico11 ico11

    #11482
    Anonimo
    Ospite

    Simodium – 14/1/2006 3:29 PM

    Dei nirvana conosciamo tutto, ci sono molte altre band di quella scena sconosciute, mi fanno piacere lavori di questo tipo.
    cmq all’etichetta avrebbero fatto comodo i nirvana, probabilmente chi detiene i diritti del pezzo che avrebbero voluto inserire ha chiesto troppo

    d’accordissimo e inoltre è molto più apprezzabile che non cerchino il traino dei nirvana…

    #11488
    cech84
    Partecipante

    uscita nei negozi oppure tramite giornali?

    quasi quasi un pensierino…al limite ebay potrà darmi una mano!!

    #11492
    Sappy
    Moderatore

    dove è reperibile tale compilation?

    #11484
    Kurt74
    Amministratore del forum

    periodo riesumazioni ?
    Mi piace 🙂

    appunto, come si intitola ? e’ mai uscita ?

    #11489
    cech84
    Partecipante

    Kurt74 – 21/9/2009 20:05

    periodo riesumazioni ?
    Mi piace 🙂

    si ma le ho finite tutte di riesumare, a meno che nei prossimi giorni (ma dubito) non sono colto da un’altro lampo di genio come mio solito! ico02

    …con tutte le riesumazioni di oggi mi sento rilassato, posso andare tranquillamente a vedere i monty python e soprattutto tagliarmi le unghie!! (a dispetto di lusy) ico08

    …anche perchè per lavarmi i denti starò tipo 3 ore ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09 ico09

    basta forum per oggi, e fine o.t.

    libero dacci informazioni su questa compilation!! basta scrivere cosa ascolti, tanto qua noi ascoltiamo solo hanna montana!! ico08

    #11491
    Thebeatter
    Moderatore
    #11490
    cech84
    Partecipante

    interessante steve, tu ce l’hai? ico01 oppure “naaa…che me ne faccio di lui?” ico08

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