The style changed with the album Upset (Boombastic, 1992), one of the precursors of trip-hop, the praxis (guest singers, guest rappers, guest horn sections) if not the sound (You're Mine). The singles Everything'll Be Alright Tomorrow, Big Noise and Unify led to Front Row (Marlboro, 1993), a much more subdued statement of work. The Eps Tearing The Silence (Hard Hands, 1995) and Up Against The Wall (Wall Of Sound, 1995) were more daring with their dark and jazzy backgrounds. The album Dusk (Cafe Del Mar, 1996) A platoon of friends plays saxophone, flute, trumpet, harmonica, clarinet on Elusive (Hard Hands, 1997).
Unfortunately the choice of singers (Anita Jarrett, Constantine Wier and Martin Fishley) is not the best. My Friend, Got To Be For Real , Silently Bad Minded expertly mix dub, exotica, bebop and Ennio Morricone. 2.LONG ISLAND HARDCORE 3. Punk band formed in Bolton, UK in 1983. Released 2 singles on Liverpool indie label Probe Plus.
Mark Hodgekiss (aka Hoddy, vocals), David Ball (bass), David Austin (drums), Tony Turner (guitar) and Warren Peacock (guitar). Second single "Daddy, buy me a rifle" also appeared on the 1985 compilation "Jobs For The Boys". 4. A dub-punk band from Oldham, North Manchester. 5. A reggae-dub band from Melbourne, Australia. Popular in the pub-scene in Melbourne in the 1970s and 1980s, Pressure Drop recently reformed and released an album called aLIVE 2011, available here. Guitarist Bill Mitchell is a macroeconomist and is now a well-known, iconoclastic blogger. Members: Blaise De Silva – Keyboards Peter Leerson – Bass and Vocals Bill Mitchell – Guitar Keith Pereira – Drums and Percussion Kelvin Speldewinde – Vocals, rhythm guitar Vanessa Speldewinde – Vocals and Percussion Read more on Last.fm.
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