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Victims Of The Dance - Tuxedomoon - Desire (Cassette, Album)

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  • Zulkigore
    says:
    A1. East A2. Jinx A3. • • • A4. Music #1 A5. Victims Of The Dance A6. Incubus (Blue Suit) B1. Desire B2. Again B3. In The Name Of Talent (Italian Western Two) B4. Holiday For Plywood UK Pressing Used / Second-Hand Condition: Very Good Cover: Very Good Disc: Very Good This album was [ ].
  • Kajibei
    says:
    What's the use of feeling betrayed? What's the use of feeling at all? I'm pacing the floor, I'm wearing it smooth This is stupid, I think I'll go home What's the use of moving uptown? Fly to Rome on your credit card An endless parade of lawyers and finance Plenty of time.
  • Mezidal
    says:
    Victims of the Dance Lyrics: Feel like Cassandra dancing / The last dance of the bones dancing / In spite of sudden death as if at last / She knew in a breath / We'll all be dancing on our own.
  • Maugar
    says:
    Desire / No Tears by Tuxedomoon, released 01 September 1. East/Jinx/ /Music #1 2. Victims Of The Dance 3. Incubus (Blue Suit) 4. Desire 5. Again 6. In The Name Of Talent (Italian Western Two) 7. Holiday For Plywood 8. New Machine 9. Litebulb Overkill Nite And Day (Hommage A Cole Porter) No Tears (original) Voluntary exiles in Europe since the early ‘80s, the American band&#
  • Yozshut
    says:
    Tuxedomoon were futuristic and lyrical, electronic and acoustic, and used drum machines, saxophones, wailing violins and haunted vocals. “Desire” is one of their most inspired albums. This re-issue also contains their earlier, cult electro-punk hit “No Tears”.
  • Yozshudal
    says:
    Jan 01,  · This album changed my life back in the 80's. Along with Yello and The Residents, Tuxedomoon were part of Ralph Records' early core of amazing bands. Tuxedomoon are all about texture, humor, existentialism and invention. While slicker than their debut Half-Mute, Desire delves even more deeply into texture and sheer coolness/5(20).
  • Gurr
    says:
    Apr 29,  · This album changed my life back in the 80's. Along with Yello and The Residents, Tuxedomoon were part of Ralph Records' early core of amazing bands. Tuxedomoon are all about texture, humor, existentialism and invention. While slicker than their debut Half-Mute, Desire delves even more deeply into texture and sheer coolness/5(20).
  • Shaktihn
    says:
    Tuxedomoon pushed their sound to the limits with Desire, a colossal work that contained sinister electronic waltzes ("East/Jinx"), syncopated dances for androids ("Victims Of The Dance"), musique-concrète fantasias ("Music#1"), noir toned synth-punk with string arrangements ("Incubus"), pantomime psychodramas ("Desire"), synthesizer-jazz collages with passionate crooning ("Again"), out-of.
  • Akicage
    says:
    Tuxedomoon is an experimental, post-punk, New Wave band from San Francisco, California, United States. The band formed in the late s at the beginning of the punk rock movement. Pulling influence from punk and electronic music, the group, originally consisting of Steve Brown and Blaine L. Reininger, used electronic violins, guitars.
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