Hip-hop / Funk
Electronic / Rock
Radios Appear Deluxe (Black Version).
Written-By – D. Tek, S. Kambly. Man With The Golden Helmet. Written-By – D. Descent Into The Maelstrom. Do The Pop. Tek, M. Sisto.
Biography by John Dougan. Australian proto-punk band whose high-energy sound (inspired by the Stooges and MC5) became influential to punks the world over.
From the Ashes is the seventh studio album by the punk rock band Pennywise. In early-to-mid July and late July to early August 2003, the group appeared on the Warped Tour. Waiting" was released to radio on August 19. The album was released on September 9. Most copies include a DVD on the making of the album. Yesterdays" saw regular radio play on popular stations such as Southern California's KROQ-FM.
Radios Appear was the first full-length album from the Australian band Radio Birdman. The 1978 version of Radios Appear is actually the second release of the album for the international market. The original, Australian release of Radios Appear in 1977 included the songs Monday Morning Gunk and Love Kills as well as Stooges cover TV Eye which were not included on the 1978 release. However, the 1978 release includes the songs What Gives", Non-Stop Girls, Aloha Steve and Danno, and Hit.
The Essential Radio Birdman (1974–1978).
Under The Ashes, the Radio Birdman, New Race boxset from 1988. I’ve been holding out for a reasonably priced copy of this for a few years and as luck would have it, one came up for sale on my 34th birthday so I decided it was a good occasion to treat myself. Even better, Whit bought us tickets to see them in Belgium next month, so this is exactly what I needed to tide me over until then.
Radio Birdman are happy to announce two shows in Newcastle and Sydney this coming June. These will be one off events with no other shows elsewhere in Australia. Friday June 21st: Cambridge Hotel - NEWCASTLE. Saturday June 22nd The Factory Theatre - SYDNEY.
Radio Birdman: brilliant, influential and notoriously volatile. Photograph: Michael Ochs Archives/ Getty Images. Which brings us to the music itself. Radio Birdman were combative, confrontational, hated by the musical establishment, and changed the lives of thousands who saw them perform. For proof, track down the double live album of the band at Paddington Town Hall in December 1977, their last performance in Australia before departing for England: it is, in this writer’s opinion, the best live recording released by an Australian band. As such, what started as a cult phenomenon has continued to attract generations of converts to the cause.
|Monday Morning Gunk||3:30|
|Burn My Eye||1:49|
|Non Stop Girls||2:40|
|Do The Pop||2:30|
|Man With The Golden Helmet||5:37|
|Descent Into The Maelstrom||4:22|
|Aloha Steve And Danno||3:57|
|Anglo Girl Desire||3:04|
|Murder City Nights||2:22|
|You're Gonna Miss Me||2:25|
|Hand Of Law||4:44|
|Hit Them Again||4:32|
|Do The Movin' Change||2:25|
|Time To Fall||3:06|
|Smith And Wesson Blues||2:53|
|Breaks In My Heart||2:58|
|Alone In The Endzone||3:01|
|Didn't Tell The Man||3:09|
|WEA 255991-2||Radio Birdman||Under The Ashes (2xCD, Comp)||WEA, Trafalgar||WEA 255991-2||Australia||1988|
|LOC 999||Radio Birdman||Under The Ashes (4xLP, Album + 2x12", EP + 7", Single + Box, Comp, )||Trafalgar, WEA||LOC 999||Australia||1988|
|WEA 25991-2||Radio Birdman||Under The Ashes (2xCD, Comp, RP)||WEA, Trafalgar||WEA 25991-2||Australia||Unknown|
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