1. A Polish rock group, currently consisting of Tomasz Lipiński (guitar, vocals) Karol Ludew (drums) and Piotr Leniewicz (bass). The band was formed in 1979, and then broke up in 1981 when a few of the original members left Poland. At the time, Robert Brylewski of Kryzys (who also split at the time) approached Tomasz with the intent to form a band, which became the legendary Brygada Kryzys. On 1-4 September 1982 they played their last shows in Warsaw, and the group broke up. Afterwards, Tomasz reformed Tilt, this time with new musicians, and the group has been performing since then, with occasional periods of inactivity. The band has always been associated with the Polish punk movement, and was one of the first such bands in Poland. Tomasz Lipiński is the only constant member.
2. A progressive trance collaboration formed by producers Mick Parks and Mick Wilson, along with John Graham (AKA “Quivver”), who later left to pursue his solo career. After Graham’s departure, he was replaced by Andy Moor. Tilt is connected with the label Lost Language. They released an album titled Explorer in early 2005 containing such hits as “The World Doesn’t Know” (one of the top tunes of 2004) and “New Day”. They release new material quite rarely, largely due to Andy Moor’s involvement in other collaborations, including Leama and Moor and Whiteroom. On November 6, 2006, they released a new album, Vaults.
3. Formed in the early-1990s, Tilt was Berkeley, CA-based punk rock band known for their melodic songs featuring social commentary, dark humor and intelligent lyrics. Fronted by husband-and wife team, vocalist/songwriter Cinder Block and guitarist Jeffery Bischoff with ex-Crimpshrine bassist Pete Rypins and drummer Vince Camacho, Tilt first released a successful demo that charted at local college station KALX for a month before recording their first 7” self-titled EP in January 1992. Tilt’s full-length debut, Play Cell, came in 1993 on Lookout! Records and in 1995 the band released ‘Til It Kills on Fat Wreck Chords with Gabe Meline on bass. The band briefly broke up in 1996, but rejoined the following year, this time with ex-Screw 32 member Jimmy Cheetah playing bass. Collect ‘Em All was released in 1998, followed by Viewers Like You was in 1999 with bassist Pete Rypins returning. National tours with No Use For A Name and One Man Army followed. Tilt’s 22-song B-sides and rarities compilation Been Where? Did What? surfaced in November 2001. The band is currently broken up with no plans to reconvene in the future. In 2004, Cinder Block formed Retching Red with many of the members of Oppressed Logic. In the early years of their musical career, and while touring with Tilt, Cynthia & Jeffrey Bischoff co-founded a Bay Area music merchandising company (aptly named Cinder Block, Inc.), which has grown into an multi-million dollar international operation.
4. A Washington D.C. offshoot project of go-go music legends Trouble Funk. Between 1983 and 1984, they released 2 regionally popular 12 inches on D.E.T.T. Records, the most popular being the first, “Arkade Funk”.
5. Tilt is a British post-rock / post-punk band. Started in January 2009, they’ve released music on the internet for free.
6. A Portuguese punk band from the early 1980s that released two singles and a mini-LP.
7. A heavy metal act from Nagoya, Japan, formed in ‘83. Currently disbanded. Please change tags to Ｔｉｌｔ.
Edited by Panek on 14 Sep 2012, 23:12
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