Sudden Impact! - Big Audio Dynamite - This Is Big Audio Dynamite (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Big Audio Dynamite - This Is Big Audio Dynamite - clifamerintikabackhylamatalro.coinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl.
  2. Listening to a metal music prank that leads straight to the bank Each grunt and groan took literally some tired old rock star's fantasy Suburbia is such a drag, bargain nightmares in a bag Newspapers sell disaster and sin, and when the dust storm comes they say the Devil rides in Party down, eat your friend, be -movie stories never end Rock the house, shoot your mum, cheap thrills wrapped up.
  3. Jan 08,  · referencing This Is Big Audio Dynamite, LP, Album, CBS , While they were generally considered to be very cutting edge and experimental in their day for fusing both analogue and digital elements and, for their widespread and extensive use of samples, the album, like a good deal of B.A.D's work, has unfortunatley, not aged particulary well.4/5().
  4. Jun 10,  · Time has a way of circling back on popular music in a way that, two-and-a-half decades later, has left This Is Big Audio Dynamite feeling startlingly contemporary nearly as .
  5. Love-boat, sub attack, beware of sudden impact Burnt out case from the neighborhood, converge one night deep in the wood The bat from hell arrived that night to make that picnic outta-sight album: "This Is Big Audio Dynamite" () Medicine Show. Sony.
  6. Big Audio Dynamite continued to pursue this sound in different configurations over the next decade, and though the band never produced a front-to-back classic album, Jones’ willingness to keep experimenting with the possibilities of cut-and-paste produced at worst noble failures, and at best some of the most exciting singles of the ’80s and.
  7. B.A.D.’s second single off their debut This is Big Audio Dynamite, and also their second most famous song ever is a homage to British film-maker Nicolas Roeg.. Not only does it feature samples.
  8. The remixes include the inch remixes of “Medicine Show,” “E=MC2,” “The Bottom Line,” “Sudden Impact,” “Stone Thames” and “BaD,” a dub version of “Sony” and “A Party,” a Vocoder version of “BaD” and the non-LP b-side “This Is Big Audio Dynamite.” An essential document of the era.

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