Various - The End Of Music (As We Know It) album download
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|A1||–The Honeymoon Killers||Motor City|
|A2||–The Honeymoon Killers||Hazed And Dazed|
|A3||–Prong||Mind The Gap|
|A5||–Jad Fair||I Don't Know|
|A7||–Of Cabbages And Kings||Father|
|B1||–Thurston Moore||European Son
Written-By [Uncredited] – John Cale, Maureen Tucker*, Sterling Morrison
|B2||–Bank Of Sodom||How Do You Spell Relief?|
|B3||–Black Snakes||Rear View Mirror|
|B4||–Black Snakes||I'm Cheap|
|B5||–Krackhouse||I Ride A White Horse Against UFOs|
|B6||–Krackhouse||Rock N' Roll Lifestyle|
|C1||–Phantom Tollbooth||Hellcat II|
|C3||–Royal Trux||Cut You Loose|
|C4||–Royal Trux||Luminous Dolphin|
|C6||–Needlenose||The Spider & The Fly
Written-By [Uncredited] – Nanker Phelge
- Licensed From – ROIR (Reachout International Records)
- Mastered At – Foon
- Liner Notes – Steve Albini
- Producer [Uncredited] – Kramer , Mykel Board
NotesIssued in a gatefold sleeve with liner notes by Steve Albini dated with 1.10.88.
The second disc is single-sided, track order on side 3 is wrongly printed on back cover and label,
tracks C5 and C6 are mixed up.
B1 originally by The Velvet Underground
C6 originally by The Rolling Stones
This was released as MC A156.
"Licensed from ROIR (Reachout International Records Inc.)"
Made in Belgium.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3 369020 007831
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): DAN LP 078-A1 FOON 1Z
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): DAN LP 078-B1 FOON 1Z
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, etched): DAN LP 078-C1 FOON 1Z
- Price Code: D560
- Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL
|A-156||Various||The End Of Music (As We Know It) (Cass, Comp)||ROIR (Reachout International Records)||A-156||US||1988|
|DANCD078||Various||The End Of Music (As We Know It) (CD, Comp, RE)||Danceteria||DANCD078||France||1991|
|MECR-25036||Various||Noise Classics ~ The End Of Music As We Know It (CD, Comp, RE)||Meldac||MECR-25036||Japan||1993|
It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" is a song by American rock band . which first appeared on their 1987 album Document. It was released as a single in November 1987, reaching No. 69 in the US Billboard Hot 100 and later reaching No. 39 on the UK Singles Chart on its re-release in December 1991. The song originated from a previously unreleased song called "PSA" ("Public Service Announcement"); the two are very similar in melody and tempo.
Overall, it decries various aspects of society that Stipe has a problem with. As a result, it’s hard to follow the song without a copy of the lyrics (and these annotations). An early precursor to this song was an outtake from the band’s 1986 album, Lifes Rich Pageant, called PSA (Bad Day) – in 2003 a reworked version of the song was released as the single Bad Day, drawing ironic and inaccurate charges of being derivative, though it is a completely different song
Though it didn't chart, its release immediately following the success of "The One I Love" single found "It's the En. .further embedding the . sound into the national pop consciousness; the title phrase itself became a popular catch phrase. Stringing together non sequiturs and proper names (all in some way reflective of 20th century culture, from Lenny Bruce to Lester Bangs, "Right? Right") and setting them to a staccato verse followed by a breezy chorus made for a catchy little pop tune that also uniquely captured the spirit of the times.
Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file. Contains complete lyrics. Title: It's the End of the World As We Know It. By: . Includes 1 print + interactive copy. Each additional print is 256,61 ₽. Number of Pages: 12. Lyrics Begin: That's great! It starts with an earthquake, birds and snakes, an aeroplane; Lenny Bruce is not afraid. The Arrangement Details Tab gives you detailed information about this particular arrangement of It's the End of the World As We Know It - not necessarily the song. Not the arrangement you were looking for? View All Arrangements.
I know this, One Week, We Didn't Start The Fire, Here We Go, and Bang Bang (the last two are by Dispatch) by heart. XD. Jeff from Pekin, Ilis any body absolutely positive that michael says"tripped to knox"in its the end of the world? i am from galesburg,il. Thomas from Londonion, EnglandSounds a bit like Global Warming. It could be that we always think the end of the world will be bad and painful, but actually you'd be more numb than anything else. This is the feeling you get when you're depressed- the pain comes from not caring about anything. Mike from Hillsboro, NjOne of the weirdest songs I've ever heard, but it's great.
Kay’s recurring hook, We are going to live, We’ll never die, not only embodies the result of singularity but the mentality of revelers amid the chaos of Aoki’s live sets. Miss Palmer fortifies the EP’s female presence with her soaring vocals on Omega. The break lasts only 30 seconds, but it offers ample opportunity for bass-music reconstruction. That bombastic mentality is nearly eliminated during Transcend . However, Aoki hasn’t necessarily composed an album for End Times, but for times different as we know it, a sentiment that we can all carry into the new year. Essential Track: Singularity.
album: "Document" (1987). It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
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