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Various - No Wave album mp3

Various - No Wave album mp3

Performer: Various
Title: No Wave
Country: US
Released: 1978
Style: New Wave, Pop Rock
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 569
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No wave was a short-lived avant-garde music and art scene that emerged in the late 1970s in downtown New York City. Reacting against punk rock's recycling of rock and roll clichés, no wave musicians instead experimented with noise, dissonance and atonality in addition to a variety of non-rock genres, including free jazz and funk, while often reflecting an abrasive, confrontational and nihilistic worldview

1978 compilation album by various artists. Compilation album by. various artists. Although it only contained songs by four different artists, it is considered by many to be the definitive single album documenting New York City's late-1970s no wave movement. 1 Background and production.

On rear cover: The Swiss Wave Compilation 2 is realized by Off Course GmbH, Zürich for Astan Music AG Luzern. Mastering by New Sound Studio Pfäffikon/SZ. Tantalized by Martin Pearson. Special thanks to Urs Steiger for all that jazz. Special thanks to Suisa and Gema who made this record possible. ℗ Ⓒ Off Course Records Off Course Music. When the cat´s away, then the mices will play", dedicated to Mrs. Dr. lic jur.

New Wave music meant a lot of things in the late 1970s. It encompassed pretty much everything that followed the punk movement that still served as an alternative to mainstream pop and rock. 36. Pylon – Gyrate (1980) When Pylon released their debut album, not many outside of Athens, G. took notice.

Tracklist

U.K. Squeeze* Take Me I'm Yours 3:47
The Police Roxanne 3:04
Joe Jackson Got The Time 2:51
Klark Kent Don't Care 2:07
The Secret I'm Alive 2:14
The Stranglers Bring On The Nubiles 2:15
U.K. Squeeze* Strong In Reason 4:13
Joe Jackson Sunday Papers 4:19
The Dickies Give It Back 1:41
The Police Next To You 2:50
The Stranglers Nice N' Sleazy 3:12
The Dickies You Drive Me Ape (You Big Gorilla) 1:51

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SP 4738 Various No Wave ‎(LP, Comp, Blu) A&M Records SP 4738 US 1978
SP 4738 Various No Wave ‎(LP, Comp) A&M Records SP 4738 Canada 1978
SP-3177 Various No Wave ‎(LP, Comp) A&M Records SP-3177 US 1978
SP 4738 Various No Wave ‎(LP, Comp, Promo, Blu) A&M Records SP 4738 US 1978
SP 4738 Various No Wave ‎(LP, Comp, Promo, Blu) A&M Records SP 4738 US 1978
SP-3177 Various No Wave ‎(LP, Comp, TP) A&M Records SP-3177 US 1978
PR 4738 Various No Wave... To Go ‎(LP, Album, Comp, Ltd, Pic) A&M Records PR 4738 US 1978
D20Y4028 Various No Wave ‎(CD, Album, RE) A&M Records D20Y4028 Japan 1989


Reviews (6)
CrazyDemon
Not really No Wave. But give them credit for putting the Dickies on a compilation with some fairly mainstream acts.

Hallolan
Anyone know if the promo version was ever issued w/o the cover? I have a copy that is housed in a thick clear poly envelope.

Onoxyleili
The people who put this compilation together obviously had no idea what No Wave was. Most likely a bunch of middle aged record execs threw this together and slapped that name on it in the hopes that they could cash in on something they heard the kids talking about. Not a single song or performer included here was even remotely related to the No Wave genre/movement.

Groll
Maybe not, but it was a good introductory album and helped a lot of people get there, like me. I got this album as a gift from a friend and there was a lot of music I'd never heard before on it. This album led me to so much great music.

Mavegelv
middle aged execs that chose Bring on the Nubiles... well... since trump, you could be right.

Barinirm
The middle aged execs who put hits album together were not even remotely aware of the No Wave genre at the time of this release. They were just punning on the "New Wave" genre title, in the hopes that they could cash in on something they heard the kids talking about. Not even the kids in 1978 had heard of "No Wave;" just NYC hipsters and rock critics.

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