Whitey - The Whitey Album mp3 downloadPerformer: Whitey
Title: The Whitey Album
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Genre: Pop Rock
Whitey - The Whitey Album mp3 download
Опубликовано: 6 мар. 2013 г. Album : The Whitey Album - 1988.
Sonic Youth had utilized found images in album covers before, but this was testing the limit. We sent copies of the vinyl album to Warners to be passed on to Madonna via her sister who worked in the art department there Reception.
Foi lanzado o 1 de marzo de 1988 através do selo Enigma Records. Todos os temas por Ciccone Youth agás onde se indique. Me & Jill/Hendrix Cosby" – 5:30. Burnin' Up (Mike Watt Original Demo)" (Madonna) – 3:52.
The Whitey Album is an album by Ciccone Youth, a pseudonymous side project of Sonic Youth members Steve Shelley, Kim Gordon, Lee Ranaldo and Thurston Moore, featuring contributions from Minutemen/Firehose member Mike Watt and J Mascis of Dinosaur J. The album featured a new version of an early Sonic Youth song, "Making the Nature Scene". Track 2, "(Silence)", is a titular one minute gap of silence intended as a tribute to John Cage. Mike Watt's only contribution is a version of Madonna's "Burnin' Up," on which he sang and played all instruments.
This would have been a perfect match, with two enormous talents coming together for an entire album. But in reality it is far stranger than that: a highly experimental tribute to Madonna performed by Sonic Youth with the exception of one song that is entirely played by Mike Watt without any other musicians accompanying him. The DGC re-release features a cleaner sound and the original packaging from the 1988 SST version, along with liner notes written by Watt explaining his small role in the project.
The Whitey Album is an album by Ciccone Youth, a pseudonymous side project of Sonic Youth members Steve Shelley, Kim Gordon, Lee Ranaldo and Thurston Moore. The album is a tongue-in-cheek tribute to Madonna and 1980s pop in general Beatbox and samplers/sequencers are the foundation of the recording, but Sonic Youth's trademark dissonance and experimentalism still manage to permeate throughout The album featured a new version of an early Sonic Youth number, "Making the Nature Scene".
The Whitey Album, something I'd relegated to the Mr. T Experience section of my memory, was the biggest surprise: Collecting dust in my closet, this fucker has some incredibly catchy and flat-out kick ass and moving moments. If you've never heard any of this stuff, take a peak at what your guitar heroes were up to when they were a tad younger. If, like me, you assumed you'd moved past it: Go back and realize you haven't.
The Whitey Album is also an off-hand reference to the band's desire to cover The Beatles' self-titled album in it's entirety, something that I would truly love to hear. These ideas can be found as early as March 1986, during the recording sessions of EVOL, where Sonic Youth intended a few tracks to be included on a Madonna tribute 7" that apparently never happened. The basic sound of The Whitey Album can only be summed up in a listing of crap contained within the songs: drum machines, beat boxing, freestyle rapping, noise collages, Madonna covers, rickety percussion, and general artistic hilarity. Needle Gun" opens the album with percussive clanks, static, and tuneless mumbling, and is followed by a minute of silence appropriately listed as "(silence)". G-Force", like many of the songs on the album, features Fly Fly Away's confusing psuedo-rants that are more artistically retarded than intelligent.
Album · 2007 · 9 Songs. We Gonna Rock - Single.
|3||Oh, Oh Marie||Whitey||2:30|
|4||Well, Well, Well||Whitey||7:48|
|6||Nightmares by the Sea||Whitey||3:51|
|8||Going to Nola||Whitey||2:41|
|9||The 7% Solution||Whitey||2:52|