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Those of you who have followed me, my work, or ThisIsBooksMusic.com know that I’m a huge fan of the Zang Tuum Tumb empire, and consider Art Of Noise to be a huge influence on me. There was a time when I did anything and everything I could to buy as many AoN records and variations as I could, and this I had to have in my collection.
“Close (To The Edit)” was Art Of Noise’s second single, their follow up to 1983′s “Beat Box”. It was released in the U.S. by Island a few months earlier than a domestic release in the group’s home country. When the UK released it, it not only had a different picture sleeve but a completely different B-side. What you see above is the UK picture sleeve, and I liked it because it looked very “British” to me. It didn’t matter that the photo may have seemed random at the time, a skeleton carrying a scythe? For what? Was the grim reaper a sign of some sort? If the music video for “Close (To The Edit)” was meant to be the assassination of the traditional in order to pave the way for the modern, was the cover meant to show the aftermath? Eh, maybe not, but the imagery and statement in the front just looked cool. Now look at that in comparison to the U.S. sleeve.
Don’t get me wrong, the simple approach for the U.S. sleeve is very nice, based on the 12″ cover for “Beat Box (Diversion One)” but for me, the UK wins.
Me? I would not call this garbage, but is it another way of saying these are discarded… scraps? Or simply unused tracks that he wanted to put out in some fashion? Whatever it is, yU has created A Garbage Beat Tape, and the music on it is anything but trash. You can decide for yourself by taking a listen AND downloading it for free. Click the player above or this Bandcamp link. This comes courtesy of the good people at Mello Music Group.
Caustic Resin and Built To Spill are two of the bands that Brett Netson was a part of. Fans have enjoyed his work as a vocalist and guitarist, and now he’s going to merge them both and release music under his own name.
Simple Work for the Dead (The New Black) will be released next week (November 22nd), and judging from the press release, it’s going to be dark, sinister, and cruel… perfect for Netson, who played most of the instruments on the album and becomes a choir of himself in various songs. Bob Dylan fans will enjoy hearing the always-timely cover of “Masters Of War”.
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Discovered this book review blog when someone had posted a review of a music book. Went through it and saw a number of books I immediately put on my want list. Created by Maria Popova and features a number of contributors.
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The show is no more, but you may explore the archives of this great Portland-based podcast while you can. You may now listen to Cort & Bobby in Welcome To That Whole Thing, listed below.