ValleyHeart is the third album from She Wants Revenge. It was first released on 24 May 2011 through their own label Five Seven Music in the United States. This is a b-side non album track. They are currently on tour with Pete Murphy.
Urgh! A Music War is a British film released in 1982 featuring performances by punk rock, New Wave, and post-punk acts, filmed in 1980. Among the artists featured in the movie are Magazine, The Go-Go’s, The Fleshtones, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, XTC, Devo, The Cramps, Oingo Boingo, Dead Kennedys, Gary Numan, Wall of Voodoo, Pere Ubu, Steel Pulse, Surf Punks, 999, UB40, Echo & the Bunnymen, The Police and Klaus Nomi. These were many of the most popular groups on the New Wave scene; in keeping with the spirit of the scene, the film also features several less famous acts, and one completely obscure group, Invisible Sex, in what appears to be their single public outing.
‘Mother’ is the 34th single by rock/pop band Blondie, taken from their ninth album ‘Panic Of Girls’. ‘Mother’ is released May 23rd 2011 followed by the album ‘Panic Of Girls’ in July 2011 and available on Eleven Seven Records/EMI records and digitally via iTunes.
Nicholas George “Nick” Gilder (born December 21, 1951), is an English-Canadian musician who first came to prominence as the frontman for the glam rock band Sweeney Todd. He later had a successful solo career as a singer as well as a songwriter, notably with the new wave band Scandal.
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The Feelies debut album “Crazy Rhythm” was a critical success and voted one of the best albums of 1980 in the Village Voice, beating out such notable critics’ favorites as David Bowie’s Scary Monsters, Joy Division’s Closer, The Rolling Stones’s Emotional Rescue, and The Specials’ debut album.
[Dedicated to Børge Igor Brandt]
Kliché was a Danish new wave band (1977-1985), influenced by Kraftwerk, punk rock, Devo, and David Bowie. They would semi-ironically quote Mao and Buddha and perform in uniforms – often coloured overalls.
Cover version by Sune Rose Wagner (from The Raveonettes):
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“Lovesong” (sometimes listed as “Love Song”) is a song by The Cure, released as the third single from their eighth studio album Disintegration in 1989. The song saw considerable success in the United States, where it was their only top ten pop hit; in the United Kingdom, however, the single only charted in the top twenty.
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