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Unspeakable - Killing Joke - Whats This For...! (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Killing Joke's early albums are their most interesting, as they seemed to inhabit a realm all by themselves. It wasn't quite post-punk, wasn't quite metal, but it was always interesting. Many of the songs may sound the same on the first listen, but soon you find "The Fall of Because", "Tension", "Butcher" and "Follow the Leaders" all have their.
  2. The debut album by post-punk band Killing Joke is a sonic assault on the senses, but to fully grasp the extent of this, one must look at the timeline of its release. It was heavier, grimier, and more bizarre than nearly anything else at the time, and though countless have taken note and gone on to create louder, more abrasive works (even.
  3. Killing Joke is the only punk rock'n'roll band that I have listened to on a regular basis, since the early 's. I have listened to each of their first five albums many dozens of times. Killing Joke continues to be on my regular listening agenda, even 40 years after I saw them perform at a nightclub in Madison, Wisconsin called, Merlyn's/5(52).
  4. The debut album by post-punk band Killing Joke is a sonic assault on the senses, but to fully grasp the extent of this, one must look at the timeline of its release. It was heavier, grimier, and more bizarre than nearly anything else at the time, and though countless have taken note and gone on to create louder, more abrasive works (even /5(98).
  5. What's THIS For! is a non-metal music album recording by KILLING JOKE released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes KILLING JOKE What's THIS For!'s: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, buy online: ebay and amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by some experts, collaborators and members.
  6. Killing Joke - Music - Vinyl. Buy Featured, CD, Vinyl, Cassette, DVD Vinyl Cassette DVD Killing Joke ‘Live In Berlin' - Triple Pink Laser Etched Vinyl *Limited Edition* $ Turn To Red Limited Edition 12" Red Vinyl $ The Unperverted Pantomime - Limited Edition Purple 2x LP $ Malicious Damage - Live At The Astoria
  7. reviews that described this album as hailing 'a new brutalism' in music were perhaps a reaction to the dominance of the tribal drumming and hypnotic rhythm patterns that had never had such full expression in the post-punk scene of the time. again killing joke delivered a unique music and sound that would influence musicians for years afterwards.
  8. Aug 17,  · Regarding the first, S/T lp: Despite this being Killing Joke's finest hour for music, the sound quality on the original vinyl left something to be desired, and the EG vinyl reissue (UK) was not much of an improvement, IIRC. I found myself using the bass and treble controls on the old Proton preamp and POW! What an incredible record!
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of What's This For! on Discogs/5(26).

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