Homosexuals - The Homosexuals' Record mp3 downloadPerformer: Homosexuals
Title: The Homosexuals' Record
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Post-Punk
Date of recording: 1978
Size MP3 version: 1116 mb
Size FLAC version: 1591 mb
Size WMA version: 1441 mb
Format: ADX AU AUD VOC MMF DTS
Genre: Pop Rock
Homosexuals - The Homosexuals' Record mp3 download
Label: Recommended Records – RR 18 Format: Vinyl, Compilation, LP Country: UK Released: 1984 Tracklist: A1 My Night Out A2 Technique Street A3 Vociferous S. .
The Homosexuals are an English punk/post-punk band formed in 1978, out of the ashes of previous band the Rejects. The band have been described as "punk visionaries". The Rejects were formed in the bar of Goldsmith's College in South London in 1976, when ex-Sunderland art school students John Hazzard (real name: John Wilkins) and Glenn Hutchinson recruited Bruno Wizard (real name: Bruno McQuillan) to drum for their nascent band
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The Homosexuals' CD by The Homosexuals, released 01 June 2004 1. My Night Out 2. Technique Street 3. Vociferous Slam 4. Soft South Africans (Slow) 5. Neutron Lover 6. A Million Keys 7. Naming Of Parts 8. Kiss With Venom 9. Divorce Proceedings (From Reality) 10. Hearts In Exile 11. All About Cheap 12. Soft South Africans (Fast) 13. False Sentiments 14. Mecho Madness 15. Astral Glamour 16. The Birds Have Risen 17. Collapsible You 18. Snapshots Of Nairobi 19. Hearts In Exile (45 Version) 20. Walk Before Imitate 21. Still Living In My Ca. Immediate download of 21-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire. com with your request. Purchasable with gift card.
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The Homosexuals were a strange prospect. Seemingly, their music should fit into a similar spot as that of angry young men like Wire and Magazine who carried their penchants for art-school angst in the midst of proto-thug posturing, like badges of authentic alienation. And of course, in many ways, these bands were alienated- at least from what had been passing for British rock prior to 1976. The Homosexuals' split was no mere parting of ways, but a complete severing of ties. Bruno actually gave the tapes that became The Homosexuals' Record (reportedly from a cassette dub of masters he'd destroyed) to Cutler's ReR in 1984 without consulting the rest of the band. Before anyone could do anything about it, the record had been released and already gone out of print. Just like that, you get a lurid backstory, a flash of music, and fuzzy details over who did what to whom.
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The Homosexuals were an influential British punk band formed in 1977 as The Rejects by Bruno McQuillan (. Bruno Wizard ), Anton Hayman, and Jim Welton (who has also recorded under the names L. Voag, Amos, and Xentos). Their angular guitars, complex melodies, and experimental leanings distanced them somewhat from the punk rock being created by their contemporaries and made them a definite precursor to post-punk. They released very little during their lifetime, and most of what they did release was on small run vinyl on obscure record labels. The members also recorded in various . ead.
The Homosexuals (1978-1985). For Wizard, the name "the Rejects" was too deeply embedded in what he regarded as "the new conformity of punk", leading to the name change to the Homosexuals. Dus could not take being in a band called the Homosexuals and duly left, although Welton and Hayman approved of the change and remained. The band then lived in a series of squats while making music and recording.
|1||My Night Out||Homosexuals||1:09|
|4||Soft South Africans||Homosexuals||3:58|
|6||A Million Keys||Homosexuals||1:22|
|7||Naming of Parts||Homosexuals||1:36|
|8||Kiss With Venom||Homosexuals||1:42|
|9||Divorce Proceeding(s) from Reality||Homosexuals||1:20|
|10||Hearts in Exile||Homosexuals||2:30|
|11||All About Cheap||Homosexuals||2:11|
|12||Soft South Africans||Homosexuals||3:44|
|16||The Birds Have Risen||Homosexuals||1:50|
|18||Snapshots of Nairobi||Homosexuals||2:39|
|19||Sorf South Africans||Homosexuals||2:27|
|20||Walk Before Imitate||Homosexuals||2:43|
|21||Still Living in My Car||Homosexuals||2:05|
CreditsDavid Andler - Layout Design
Ed Baxter - Liner Notes, Research
Chris Cutler - Logo
Mike Hilton - Layout Design
Homosexuals - Primary Artist
Graham Keatley - Poster Design