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If your call yourself a fan of the music of this culture and your not checking for, and consistantly spreading the word about 'Dedicated' on a weekly basis, your frontin'. Plane & simple. And there ain't no future in it.
Hiphop cards will be pulled.
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8 Dec 2007, 21:51 by IanARPlans are firming for the first fruit from Goldfrapp's Seventh Tree (click for track listing).
The fruit (I mean single), will be the track seven - A&E
A couple of hours ago, I received a release schedule, as follows:
03Feb 08 - for download* to UK-based** customers
11Feb 08 - for UK** disc sales
12Feb 08 - for USA & Canada download & disc sales
** - These dates may be correct for the whole of the European Union (I await clarification).
The nine day transatlantic delay, for download availability, is curious! Obviously, this will amplify the temptation for European purchasers to file-share to their yankee and flapping head friends. I think that, some combination of a few things is going on:
- The delay's an oversight, on the part of EMI/Mute and they'll change the schedule to synchronize download releases.
- During the delay period, downloads will only be available in some DRM'd format, that EMI consider uncrackable, within the nine days *looks back and forth between red-rag and bull*
- EMI see their failure to collect revenue - due to file-sharing, in the delay period - as a loss-leader, which they're enduring (and forcing the artist to endure), in order to perform surveillance and capture some valuable P2P inelegance.
- Other stuff I've not though of.
26 Oct 2007, 16:46 by IanARAt 15:57 today, Goldfrapp announced the planned release of Seventh Tree:Paraphrasing, Deer said:
fourth album, Seventh Tree through Mute on February 25th 2008. Seventh Tree is written and produced by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory and was recorded at their own studio deep in the English countryside.
A sensual counterpoint to the glitterball glamour of Supernature, Seventh Tree is gilded in the butterfly colours of an English surrealism shared from Edward Lear to John Lennon*. It shimmers and shines with the warmth of a hazy summer, an electric whirlpool over which Alison’s glistening voice soars.
* - Only "Lear" & "Lennon" was said, further specification is by my assumption.
Black Cherry release preamble quite closely), track names will be hush-hush until about the time that promotional copies are sent out and we can be pretty sure there'll be a track called Seventh Tree ;)
Felt Mountain formulation, which I like and's been the word on Midnight To Six Management's authoritative Goldfrapp forum for months now. If that's the way it'll be, I'm gagging for it, and every remix!
More news as it happens - Ian My.Mashable.com/Scrawl
Edit 11 Jan 08: Updated group submissions + relevant connections from comments: Spacer, Contrazoom, Mark Radcliffe, Stuart Maconie, Clowns, Little Birds, 4 Mar 08 @ Union Chapel, London, UK, Talking Heads, Remain in Light, Once in a Lifetime, Brian Eno & David Byrne & My Life in the Bush of Ghosts.
23 Oct 2007, 17:30 by VonDita
9 Jun 2007, 02:12 by IanARIt's been over three months, since my Streamable Track Gots - Feb 07 journal entry, and another nice crop of my wanted tracks, have shown-up as streamable, on the streamable track wants tag.
It's Been Done
Love Is Stronger Than Death
... along with the rest of the great The Things We Do.
Dance To The Underground (Playgroup Mix) Playgroup
Dance To The Underground (Prance Mix By The Faint) The Faint
Start A Fire (Justin Robertson's Revtone Vocal Mix) Justin Robertson
Struggle (Adrian Sherwood / Mark Stewart Mutant Disco Dub Mix) Adrian Sherwood Mark Stewart
... along with the whole of the Electrify EP.
Answer to Billy
Blue Hills (In The Distance)
Gonna Take My Dog for a Run
Long Distance Driving
... and the rest of the trucker folk tunes on Columbia Lane: The Last Sessions.
Again & Again from The Bird and the Bee, which's now fully streamable.
Out Come The Freaks but sadly not Wheel Me Out.
Stevie Wonder's Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours seemed to've become streamable, but very dissapointingly, it's a mistagged streamable track (actually a naff cover by Blue).
If you've similar yearnings, for particular track to be streamable, please join the Streamable Track Wants group.
18 May 2007, 19:51 by KormakiI must admit that i had listened to Mira's album 'Apart' when it first came out back in the year 2001. I enjoyed listening to it very much back then and a few days go I 'rediscovered' this beautiful work.The voice of singer Regina Sosinski is superb and the melodies that gush out of this obscure masterpiece are able to create a world that is made of the substance of dreams...
If you like dream-pop, ethereal and shoegaze bands in the tradition of the cranes, claire voyant, slowdive,cocteau twins etc, I highly recommend it.
Melt away by sinking into the beautiful dreamlike atmosphear of 'Apart'...
xxxx Ria xxx