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

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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

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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]

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‘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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