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Album Vega - Suicide

  • Performer: Vega
  • Title: Suicide
  • Size MP3 ver: 2685 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 2124 mb
  • Country: UK
  • Style: House
  • # Catalog: PIF002
  • Label: Paid In Full
  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Genre: Electronic
Album Vega - Suicide

Tracklist

1Instrumental Mix
2Rev's Motor Mix
3Electric Chaie Mix
4Ma Mix

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Suicide: Alan Vega and Martin Rev is the second studio album by the American band Suicide. The album was produced by Ric Ocasek of The Cars for Ze Records in 1980. Recorded in January 1980, Ocasek gave keyboardist Martin Rev new equipment to perform on while Alan Vega distanced himself from the album musically to concentrate on the vocals. Michael Zilkha of Ze pushed to give the album a more dance music oriented sound, hoping that disco musician Giorgio Moroder would produce the album. Alan Vega live at the Clarendon Hotel, Hammersmith, London, March 16th 1986, Also playing on the same night were Australian band The Scientists. This is the debut studio album from the American rock band Suicide. It was released in 1977 on Red Star Records and produced by Craig Leon and Marty Thau. The album was recorded in four days at Ultima Sound Studios in New York and featured Martin Rev's minimalist electronics and harsh, repetitive rhythms paired with Alan Vega's rock and roll-inspired vocals and depictions of urban life. Suicide: Alan VegaMartin Rev. Vega's rockabilly snarl and Rev's burbling electronics remain, but Ocasek's involvement purges a pop sensibility only hinted at on Suicide. Hell, some of the tracks are downright pretty Shadazz, Diamonds, Fur Coat, Champagne. Perhaps it's not as renegade as Suicide, but it's an arguably better, more realized work, and just as essential. Confusingly released in 1980 as Alan VegaMartin Rev: Suicide, Mute reissued Suicide's second album as The Second Album in 2000. The reissue adds the Dream Baby Dream single, as well as a seco. Vega even ventured into the crowd, crashing through tables to threaten inattentive onlookers. Suicides rep was built on the unique danger of this stage act, seemingly impossible to reproduce on something as two-dimensional as a slab of vinyl. It was possible. But you couldn't have predicted their method. Suicides first two studio albums, Suicide1977 and Alan Vega Martin Rev 1980, dont try to capture the sonic chaos of their concerts. As Thurston Moore puts it in his notes to Superior Viaducts reissue of the former, the record sounded contained, not blasting and melting your skin. Suicides second studio album marked their first collaboration with Ric Ocasek from The Cars, who became their longtime producer for every record they published except for their last. Ric produced the album for no pay and gave keyboardist Martin Rev a better equipment to work with. Vocalist Alan Vega wasnt as involved in the instrumentals as in their previous album. He stayed away from the musical part of the record to concentrate on the lyrics and vocals. Pushed by their label, ZE Records, the album took a pop approach to the Suicide formula presented in their debut. The rough edges that c. Suicide were well known for attracting all sorts of misfits to their now notorious punk extravaganzas. The very few listeners Suicide must have gained from this monumentally brash and downright harsh debut album must have thought it a bizarre fluke for such a cohesive album to be born out of nothing, let alone the idea of following up the record with an equally consistent, and potentially better release. Little did these fans know though that Suicide had been brooding in a dank basement for about 4 years before they released anything on Vinyl. So we now come to the imaginatively titled Second Album. And what of it Does it feature more bursts of synth and drum with crooning atop . Completa la tua Collezione su Suicide. The album was produced by Ric Ocasek of The Cars for ZE Records. The album was released in May 1980 and was included as on of NME's top albums of the year. Both Vega and Rev released solo albums following the album's release. On the original LP artwork the names Alan Vega and Martin Rev appear prominently on the cover above Suicide. This ambiguity has led to considerable confusion over the precise title of the album ever since it was released. Critic Score. Suicide is a band ive havent heard much from,i listened to their first Self Titled album released in 1977 and was shocked by the strange vocals mixed with the simplistic synth punk instrumentals,it was truly something i havent heard until that point,my favourite song from that album, Frankie Teardrop is truly one of the greatest songs ever made,and then. the genius of that album hit me,it isnt a synth punk album,its a psychological horror album. So after making such an album,in what. read more. 9mo. Suicide-Alan Vega on vocals and Martin Rev on keyboards and drum machine-are one of the most original acts in the history of popular music


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