ArnoldVocals – Cressida (2), Lindz. The songs on this album were written and recorded at various times and places between 1987 - 1991 and form part of the soundtrack to The KLF Motion Picture 'The White Room'. Publishers; Track 1 . Music Inc. (BMI), Warner Chappell Music Lt. adm. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP), MCA Music Publishing, a Division of MCA Inc. (ASCAP), Wandee Music (ASCAP) Tracks 2, 4, 6 to 9 .
Electric Love Machine. Psychedelic Rock Acid Mothers Temple. 队列表 Psychedelic Rock Acid Mothers Temple Electric Love Machine. 1. Electric Love Machine.
Tracklist 1. Tyree Cooper – Acid Number Two (06:38) 2. Andreas Gehm – Acid Will Survive (09:44) 3. ConSequence – State Of Consciousness (07:01) 4. Paul Funk – Don’t Make Me Wait For Acid (06:47) 5. DJ Spank Spank – Computer Acid (feat. Maestrosis) (feat Maestrosis) (07:27) 6. Luke Vibert – Jack (04:15) 7. ConSequence – Touch (07:04) 8. K Alexi Shelby – Kum Face The Music (07:52) 9. Mr C – Liquid Acid (07:25) 10. Posthuman – Don’t Stop (09:18) 11. Ty’z – Acid Track (05:36) 12. DJ Pierre & Rio Lathario Lee – Thousand Finger Housebeat (08:42).
All Aboard marks the first time I've ever listened to Chuck Ragan ("Wreck of the Old 97," with Jon Gaunt) and thought, "You know, I think he could be gruffer. That's not to say that Ragan's cover fails - it's actually pretty good. But he makes me want to listen to more Johnny Cash instead, which might be the highest compliment I can give All Aboard.
For the band's debut album, see The Soft Machine (Soft Machine album). For the William Burroughs novel, see The Soft Machine. For other uses, see The Soft Machine (disambiguation). Group photo circa 1970: l-r: Elton Dean, Mike Ratledge, Robert Wyatt, Hugh Hopper. Voiceprint Records released four CDs, containing several tracks by various musicians from the Canterbury scene (mainly from the Soft Machine and the Caravan bands), compiled and with notes by Brian Hopper. The four single CDs are re-released in 2013 in a boxed set. 1998.
Rage Against the Machine (album). Rage Against the Machine is the eponymous debut studio album by American rock band Rage Against the Machine, released on November 3, 1992 by Epic Records. The album peaked at number 1 on the US Billboard Heatseekers chart and number 45 on the US Billboard 200. The cover features a photo of the self-immolation of Thích Quảng Đức, a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, in Saigon in 1963.
Fifth (the title is Fifth while the front cover shows the number 5), is the fifth studio album by the jazz rock band Soft Machine, released in 1972. Fifth was the first Soft Machine album recorded after the departure of founding member Robert Wyatt and continued the band's progression away from their original blend of psychedelic and progressive rock towards jazz fusion