Killing Joke is the debut studio album by English rock band Killing Joke. It was released on 5 October 1980 by record label . It debuted at number 41 on the UK Albums Chart on 26 October 1980 and later peaked at number 39. The album has been called "an underground classic" for fans of "heavy music", and has influenced artists ranging from Nirvana to Marilyn Manson and Metallica.
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Killing Joke is the eleventh studio album by English rock band Killing Joke. It was released on 28 July 2003 by Zuma Recordings, making it their first album in seven years, following Democracy (1996). It is also their second self-titled album, following their first in 1980. Recording for the album took place at the Beauchamp Building in London in 2002. It marked the end of a six-year hiatus that began in 1996
Killing Joke (CD, Album, Promo). Zuma Recordings, Zuma Recordings. SAMPCD 13070 2, 0130702000.
Album Name Killing Joke. Styl muzycznyPost-punk. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album19.
Other productions from Killing Joke.
Killing Joke (1980 album). This article is about the 1980 music album. For other uses, see The Killing Joke. Studio album by Killing Joke.
Sorry about that but I couldn't help it after three solid hours of listening to Killing Joke. Jaz Coleman and his bandmates crossed punk rock with Black Sabbath for a nihilistic, bludgeoning but inspired and exciting noise and of their early albums, this is their best. The songs describe scenes of violence, war, alienation and death. And so would you be if the headlines featured Thatcher, the Cold War and riots. The original album comprises of eight tracks.
That such a bleak and furious album could have such a widespread influence is a testament to its importance. Certain parts of the album have not dated well; the vocals and drums are mixed in such a way that they lose some of their effectiveness, and the fact that so many other bands have used this same formula does take some of the visceral feeling away. But this is an underground classic and deserves better than its relative unknown status.