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Label: Slow It Down Records - none • Format: Cassette Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore

In the group announced plans to reunite the original line-up for a one-off gig at the Australian All Tomorrow's Parties music festival in mid-February.

In August , Beasts of Bourbon played a series of shows in Sydney and Melbourne to celebrate their first 30 years. As it has been for the history of the band, Jones and Perkins are the only persistent members.

A triple live album 30 Years On Borrowed Time was released to coincide with the live shows. The group returned in with the name of The Beasts. The name change was made out of respect for Spencer P. Jones and Brian Hooper who both died in The band released a new album Still Here which included contributions from Jones before his death.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from The Beasts of Bourbon. Beasts of Bourbon. Tex Perkins. Beautiful Kate. General McFarlane, Ian Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop. Archived from the original on 5 April Retrieved 10 April There are only questionable decisions to return to old ideas.

If there's a success story in the rush to revival, it's vinyl records. Now some folks are hoping the cassettes that nearly made vinyl extinct can get in on the action. They are also re-releasing cassette versions of classic albums by everyone from Bob Marley and Nirvana to Ice Cube. OK, maybe Urban Outfitters doesn't have the same cultural cache that it once did, but the chain's embrace of the tape means the cassettes could have new legs.

Cassette sales skyrocketed by 74 percent last year, thanks in part to strong showings from Prince and Eminem reissues combined with new albums from Justin Bieber and The Weeknd. But before you go diving into the closet or under your bed to dig up all those old tapes, keep in mind that listeners bought a total of , cassettes last year, barely a blip on the radar when compared to the The biggest audio tape seller of last year was "Guardians of the Galaxy Awesome Mix: Volume 1," which sold 4, copies.

Berenyi then took on lead vocal duties. Anderson said of the band's beginnings: "We were kind of punk rock in one way. We did think, 'Well, if they can do it, why the fuck can't we? And, really, the vocals were weaker due to nervousness — we'd always be going 'Turn them down! Turn them down! But there was a very rapid shift from the minute we started to write for records. The music, the lyrics became much more thoughtful and expressive, more important, really. I remember that change beginning when Emma wrote 'Thoughtforms,' it certainly made me think I needed to get my act together.

In , the band signed to 4AD Records and released their first recording Scar , a six-track mini-album. Anderson told Everett True in Melody Maker , "I remember when I couldn't play, I wasn't in a band, didn't know anyone else who could play, and now we've got a record out on 4AD.

I sometimes find it impossible to come to terms with what's happening. Not long after, the British music press tagged them with the "shoegazing" label. The band's profile was raised by extensive touring, including an appearance at the Glastonbury Festival in June and tours of Japan in late and the US with Ride in the spring of Again produced by Guthrie, Spooky featured a sound very similar to Guthrie's band Cocteau Twins, with walls of sound and a great deal of guitar effects.

Reviews were mixed and critics of the album held that Guthrie's production brought the sound away from the band's original creative vision, although it sold well, reaching No. He also produced the single's B-sides: the original recording of "Starlust", Wire cover "Outdoor Miner" and the only Lush track with lead vocals by Anderson, "Astronaut".

Gil Norton remixed "Superblast! Rippon left the band after recording the "For Love" EP to concentrate on writing, though his book Cold Turkey Sandwich —a fictionalised chronicle of his time touring—was rejected by publishers.

He was replaced by Phil King. Lush approached Bob Mould to produce their second album. The band stated that Mould was too busy to produce them, but Mould said in a Spin article that he backed out because "I kept picking the wrong girl's songs I had to get out before I broke up the band! Then Hedges along with the band went to mix the recordings, first at Abbey Road Studios , and then at Hedges' studio in Domfront, France. However, neither the band nor Ivo Watts-Russell of their label 4AD were satisfied with the sound; eventually Alan Moulder was hired to remix it.

Released on 13 June , Split was less successful than Spooky. The band concentrated on the American market, on the advice of their management, but failed to make a breakthrough. A third EP from "Split", planned for release in the autumn of , was to have featured "Lovelife" as the lead track along with a version of "The Childcatcher" recorded during the "Split" sessions; but the release was shelved by management.

However, this initial group of collaborators members were unexpectedly called onto other travels and they parted ways with good wishes upon the eve of their debut album's release. In the months after the release of the eponymous first album and just before the release of the already completed second album, The Cassettes' line-up began to evolve. In late , Shelby contacted D. He was quickly put to work learning the drum lines from the earlier music and before long had augmented the band's sound with his own vocals and tabla playing.

At this time Shelby made a decision to steer the future of the band's sound towards a more experimental sound influenced by The Beatles ' White Album. The band's album was described by Allmusic writer Margaret Reges as "a rollicking air-balloon ride over a landscape dotted with greasy resonator guitars, screaming accordions, and trippy theremins". Having moved to Washington D.

His journey away from the swampy flatlands had originally been for the sake of university scholarship, but it was the music that kept him in the District though his mind often wandered back to his family farm at Pointe Blue.


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