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Various - Close-Up Magazine #106 album

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Various ‎– Close-Up Magazine Label: Close-Up Magazine ‎– CUC 081. Format: CD, Promo, Compilation, Album.

The Official Close Up Magazine. Exclusive celebrity interviews, fabulous ideas and designs to suit your lifestyle.

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Orange Juice – Rip It Up (1982) For most people, Scottish band Orange Juice was a one-hit wonder known for the UK Top 10 song Orange Juice, which was one of their most keyboard-driven New Wave-y tunes. But for those who bothered to listen beyond the opening title track, Rip It Up was an overlooked post-punk gem with funk rhythms, angular guitars and catchy melodies. It was New Romanticism with all the softness and glamour removed.

It’s tragic considering their world-conquering ambitions - embedded in their album titles like Record - and how they wanted to be the first and final word on Beatlesque pop. The challenge with Radio City was to see if ongwriter Alex Chilton could prove he could carry on without songwriting foil Chris Bell, who left after the commercial failure of Record. On Guitar Romantic, The Exploding Hearts’ vision looks backward: an alternate take on first wave British punk rock that first takes a massive detour through the most exciting bits of garage and bubblegum. It’s reckless fun and games, from the massive singalong that is I’m A Pretender to the guitar heroics embedded in album finale Still Crazy. The Exploding Hearts didn’t take themselves too seriously yet were savvy to embrace every songwriting trick in the book they could.


1 Six Feet Under Seeds Of Filth
2 No Fun At All Reckless (I Don't Wanna Be)
3 Pain Follow Me
4 Unearth My Will Be Done
5 Darklane Leaving Existence
6 Stuck Mojo Now That You're All Alone
7 Thyrfing En Sista Litania
8 Dozer The Flood
9 Diabolical Pavor Nocturnus
10 The Modern Age Slavery Damned To Blindness
11 Law Suburban Satan
12 Hateform As God As
13 Born From Pain Sons Of A Dying World
14 Zero Illusions Don't Be Afreaid
15 Korea Growing Apathy
16 The Change Scream (Murder On Deer Moss)
17 Implode Welcome To Hell

Various - Close-Up Magazine #106 album
Punk, Heavy Metal, Death Metal
Performer: Various
Title: Close-Up Magazine #106
Category: Rock
Released: 2008
Rating: 4.5/5
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