Sunday, December 7, 2008

Zang Tumb Tuum Sampled, 1985

Zang Tumb Tuum Sampled, 1985

To be honest, I think most of this comp is boring, but I'm DYING over these two Frankie Goes To Hollywood tracks. "Disneyland" wasn't on their first album at all and it almost sounds like a different band. The live version of "Born To Run" is ace as well, much better than the album version, more sincere somehow, not so gimmicky. Also, the version of Propaganda's "P-Machinery" here is not recognizable to me, either, but then I know there's a zillion versions of that and I probably haven't heard them all. It's a real treat nonetheless! I'd really like to know what folks think of this stuff.

It's kindof ironic because the next record I want to rip for this blog is a label sampler as well.

Here's the tracklisting for this:
Art of Noise - Closing
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Disneyland
Propaganda - Femme Fatale
Anne Pigalle - Intermission
Instinct - Swamp Out
Art of Noise - Egypt
Andrew Poppy - The Object Is A Hungry Wolf (extract one)
Propaganda - P:Machinery
Anne Pigale - Looking For Love
Art Of Noise - A Time For Fear (Who's Afraid)
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Born To Run (live)
Andrew Poppy - The Object Is A Hungry Wolf (extract two)

1 comment:

Ronald ( said...



One of the best bands of the 80's and YES! They released the ultimate 80's song, perhaps even the best song in the world EVER.


No wonder my website is called:

A site about 80's artists and music and filled with much more information about music & music!