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Artist name;oVdk & Bunk Data
Album;dw066 - oVdk & Bunk Data -- Discourse of the Other
http://ameblo.jp/usyukuro/entry-10439...
songtitle05;Flight of the Yameil Jyuravli (sick crane)
label;Darkwinter

Expanding on their collaborative efforts demonstrated on the Atmoworks label, Japanese sound artist Ovdk (ryuta.k) and Bunk Data (Nathan Larson) return with a release focused on a term about unspecified voices and alienated conversations, beyond one's conscious control. These soundscapes always include the theme, ''.

...we cannot always have our own awareness about self-Discourse...

Now on sale:
http://ameblo.jp/usyukuro/entry-10439...
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band;down in alcove(Dia)
song;Song of aufheben
year;2004
alternative rock!
Dia got disbanded 2008
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こちらどちらのバンドだと思いますか?
東の共産圏出身のバンドではございません。
band名:zizek in coma
曲名:samizdart litelatole
(ロシア語で地下出版物の意)
ですが、極東出身のバンドなんですね!!
Lyrics:

it's a bad joke.you're not replicant
ten thousand spiders ate mother spider.
it's a bad joke.you're not.
Spaltungsirre
sein ,selbt,praecox-gefuhl.
it's a bad joke.you're not replicant.,
it's Forfeit of Axiomatic ,dude.(


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Samizdart Litelatole
Samizdart Litelatole


Samizdart Litelatole
Samizdart Litelatole

Samizdart Litelatole
Samizdart Litelatole

Samizdart Litelatole
Samizdart Litelatole

it's a bad joke,selbt.
it's a bad joke,dude.

さてこの曲の歌詞を見ていきましょう。
これは一見すると”レイチェル”を
慰めているように思えますが実はそうでは
なさそうですよね?「君はレプリじゃないよ、
悪い冗談さ!」なんて皮肉なんでしょ!!



この曲は前進のKol sonzlgnというバンドの曲です。
このバンドを母体にいろいろなバンドのメンバーを吸収し、
中期にはnwobhm時代のギターリストが加入し、
現在のzizek in comaへといたるわけなんですね。

なんだかわかりずらい紹介文になってしまいましたが
バンドの全貌を知るには↓


Zizek In Coma/usyukuro

¥価格
Amazon.co.jp

それでは!!!

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Lillian Axe is a hard rock band from New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, best known for its major label albums, Lillian Axe, Love + War, Poetic Justice and "Psychoschizophrenia". Originally formed in 1983, the group is still active today[when?] although only the guitarist Steve Blaze remains from the original line-up.

Contents [hide]
1 Biography
2 Acclaim
3 Members
3.1 Current line-up
3.2 Original line-up
3.3 Former members
4 Discography
4.1 Studio albums
4.2 Compilations
4.3 Live albums
4.4 Videos
5 References
6 External links
Biography[edit]
The classic line-up came together when former Stiff members, Ron Taylor (lead vocals) and Jon Ster (rhythm guitar, keyboards, backing vocals), teamed up with Lillian Axe members Steve Blaze (lead guitar, keyboards, backing vocals), Rob Stratton (bass guitar, and Danny King (drums) in 1987. The band caught the attention of Ratt's management which led to a record deal with MCA and Ratt's Robbin Crosby producing the band's first album, Lillian Axe. However, neither this nor the 1989 follow-up, Love + War, produced by Tony Platt, met commercial expectations and the group was quickly dropped. A compilation of both MCA albums, (1987-1989) Out of the Darkness - Into the Light, was released in 1991.

The band found a new label home with Grand Slamm/I.R.S. Records for Poetic Justice, released in 1992, with Darrin DeLatte (bass guitar) and the former Dirty Looks member Gene Barnett (drums) replacing Stratton and King, respectively. The album peaked on the Billboard Top Heatseekers at No. 28,[2] the band's biggest success to date, in part based on the strength of the single, "True Believer". Returning to the studio with the Swedish producer Leif Mases, the group issued Psychoschizophrenia in 1993, with Tommy Scott replacing Barnett on drums. Unable to capitalize on their previous success, Lillian Axe disbanded in 1995. Taylor formed The Bridge, while Blaze teamed up with his brother, the drummer Craig Nunenmacher, in Near Life Experience, and Scott, aka Tommy Stewart, found success with Boston's Godsmack, appearing on the band's platinum selling Godsmack and Awake albums.

In 1999, Lillian Axe released Fields of Yesterday, consisting of unreleased demos and album outtakes, followed by Live 2002, recorded in May 2002 in Houston, Texas, with only Taylor and Blaze remaining from the classic MCA line-up.

After several line-up changes, the band recruited as lead vocalist Derrick LeFevre, who appeared on Waters Rising (2007), Sad Day on Planet Earth (2009) and Deep Red Shadows (2010). On June 23, 2010, Ronny Munroe, formerly of Metal Church, replaced LeFevre, but he departed four months later before recording any material with the band. He was replaced by Brian C. Jones who can be heard on the latest album, XI The Days Before Tomorrow (2012).

On August 8, 2013, Lillian Axe was involved in an automobile accident.[3]

Lillian Axe released One Night in the Temple, an acoustic live album, early in 2014.[4] On November 29, 2014, former guitarist Jon Ster died from heart failure at the age of 52.[5]

Acclaim[edit]
On May 16, 2010, in Erwinville, Louisiana, Lilian Axe became the first hard rock act to be inducted into The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame.
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you were a fan of Kim Virant and her band Lazy Susan. With their Stonesy double guitar stomp and Kim’s charismatic vocals, Lazy Susan ruled the club scene, working their way from small venues to routinely selling out 1000 person capacity rooms. Local rock radio stations KISW and KXRX played Lazy Susan’s first locally released album, “Twang,” and soon the labels were calling. Kim and Lazy Susan found themselves closing in on a deal with Hollywood Records but sadly the deal blew up and it was time for Kim to move on.

Kim soon launched a solo career that picked up where Lazy Susan left off. Her next two records focused on an Alternative-Country/rootsy guitar-based sound. Through the late nineties Kim and her band played a long list of killer shows including opening for Page/Plant, Pearl Jam, and JohnDoe. In 2003, Kim decided it was time for a change and began working with local producer and recording artist Pete Droge (If you Don’t Love Me (I’ll Kill Myself )/The Thorns). Kim and Pete recorded a 4 song EP that put Kim’s voice in the center of great songs and sparse arrangements. The collaboration was a major springboard for Kim and she soon contacted producer Jon Plum (Brandi Carlile) about doing a full length record. Recorded over 3 years, mainly at London Bridge studio in Seattle, “Songs from a Small House” continued Kim’s journey from rock frontwoman to singer/songwriter.

Kim continues to write and perform in Seattle and is planning another recording session in 2013.
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