On this day in 1980, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD) released their second album ‘Organisation’

On October the 24th 1980, OMD released their second studio album ‘Organisation’, the album featured the single “Enola Gay”.

On ‘Organisation’ drummer Malcolm Holmes was recruited as a full time member of the group replacing the TEAC tape recorder affectionately named “Winston”.

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Public Image Limited “Public Image” 1978 Australian 7”


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Listen to J Mascis cover Mazzy Star’s “Fade Into You” live at the Bowery Ballroom


Recording and Photo courtesy of nyctaper

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New Video: Hey Rosetta! – Soft Offering (For The Oft Suffering)

heyroseDirector Mark Bennett manages to mix seamlessly the charm of Hey Rosetta!’s music with the beauty of Fogo Island in the first of a series of video’s from the “Fogo Sessions”.

“Soft Offering (For The Oft Suffering)” comes from Hey Rosetta!’s brand new album ‘Second Sight’ available now @ http://www.heyrosetta.com/store & on iTunes @ http://smarturl.it/HR-SecondSight.

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On this day in 1984, The Cure released ‘Concert: The Cure Live’ [Listen]


‘Concert: The Cure Live’ was recorded Live at the Hammersmith Odeon London, 9-10 May 1984, and in Oxford, 5 May 1984.

The album featured the classic Cure line-up of:

Robert Smith- vocals, guitar
Porl Thompson – guitar, saxophone, keyboards
Andy Anderson – drums
Phil Thornalley – bass guitar
Lol Tolhurst – keyboards

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