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On this day in Def Leppard history the 'Retro-Active' compilation album was released in the UK.Featuring the singles 'Two Steps Behind', 'Action' and 'Miss You In A Heartbeat'. It would be released one day later in North America.
the death row singles collection rar
This section looks at the 'Retro-Active' album release. The first ever compilation album released by the band as the 'Adrenalize' world tour ended. A collection a revamped B-Sides, Extra Tracks and never before released studio outtakes.
Most of the tracks were B Sides originally released in 1992 on the various Adrenalize CD/Vinyl singles. All three B Sides on the UK 'Make Love Like A Man' CD single were re worked and ended up as the three singles from this album.
"This is not a new Def Leppard album - nor is it an old Def Leppard record. It is "Retro-Active", a collection of songs that have appeared in hard to find places or, in certain cases, never made it out of the studio until now.
2. sonic nightmares 3. I love you 4. I'm gonna kill ya tonight 5. honey baby blues 6. I got the rock in my underpants 7. take it off 8. wild baby wow 9. I said yeah 10. I hate to dance 11. I wanna be your pussycat 12. bring back the death penalty 13. girl with the blue black hair 14. wrestling with Satan
Always different, always the same. This phrase was used by the late John Peel to describe his favorite band, the Fall. His observation about the Fall captures a broader idea about music fandom, describing what it's like to follow along with a gifted artist who has created her own style but is no hurry to move outside of it. Always different, always the same. It's a phrase that comes to mind for me when I listen to the charred ambient music of Liz Harris' Grouper. Her body of work is of a piece. She layers ethereal vocals that feel less like floating in the clouds and more like sinking into the dark earth, possibly while inside of a coffin; her music is a downcast mix of strummed acoustic guitar and defiantly analog sounding drone and noise-makers. With this small clutch of elements, she's made more than a half-dozen full-lengths and a number of singles and EPs, all of which sound like they could come from no one else. Indeed, the distinctiveness of Grouper is easy to take for granted. There are so many people making music that could fall under the broad heading of "dream pop," but nobody sounds like Grouper.
Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill had one of the more striking album covers in recent memory. It's a photo of Harris as a small child, wearing heavy makeup and a black dress that could look like a witch's costume. Though she doesn't generally seem interested in conveying the exact meaning of her songs and leaves a certain amount of that to the listener, the unsettling side of childhood innocence is a pervasive theme in her music. On the best of the songs here, like "Clouds in Places", the title track, "Cover the Long Way", Harris sounds very much like she's taking sing-song rhymes from childhood and running them through a cracked and ashen filter. They radiate a beauty that is simultaneously light and dark, with bright melodies draped with the inevitability of death. 350c69d7ab