Our story stretches back over the last 5 years and beyond, through friendships forged in adolescence, and kept alive simply through a mutual love of music. It's this passion for songwriting, production and artistic integrity that we feel has kept us bound together as a unit, despite our various musical backgrounds and influences. We were approached by Nolly Getgood from Periphery with the offer of mixing our forthcoming album.
The album has influenced many bands and musicians, and the industry in general. In particular, the album's raw energy, and Johnny Rotten 's sneering delivery and "half-singing", are often considered game-changing. It is frequently listed as the most influential punk album, and one of the most important albums of all time.
This is the store today, which The Yorkshire Bank have taken over. The shop two doors down is empty though, maybe we could recreate it for the fortieth anniversary? It was never the same. Since I first posted this page, more information has come to light.
Deanna just pointed me to this really cool image. So, blog reading audience, with your varied taste… can you identify the rest? Click to enlarge.
Tubular Bells is the debut studio album by English multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Mike Oldfieldreleased on 25 May as the first album released on Virgin Records. It is a two-part, mostly instrumental suite of 25 and 21 minutes in length written by Oldfield and performed by himself and a group of additional musicians and vocalists. Upon release the album had slow sales, but gained worldwide attention in December when an excerpt from it was used for the soundtrack to the horror film The Exorcist This led to a surge in sales which increased Oldfield's profile and played an important part in the growth of the Virgin Group.
The wall record store Flip through your collection or tag something new. These frames open up easily so that you can play your favorite records or change up your art display frequently. Special orders welcome.