End Title All the Power Tracks are from the album version. Face of the Antichrist Aunt Marion's Visitor Another Thorn Salvation - Shock Therapy - Touch Me And Die (Cassette A Ravenous Killing Salvation - Shock Therapy - Touch Me And Die (Cassette Numer of the Beast The Daggers The Boy Has to Die All the Power and End Title Tracks are from original score.
Image supplied by Ivan Sorokin. Ave Satani The New Ambassador Where Is He? Safari Park A Doctor, Please The Killer Storm The Fall Don't Let Him The Dogs Attack A Sad Message The Bed The Demise of Mrs. Baylock The Altar End Title All the Power Number of the Beast The Boys Has to Die All the Power and End Title The Film Soundtrack.
The Ambassador Trial Run The Monastery First The Second Coming Electric Storm The Hunt The Blooding Lost Children Parted Hair The Iron Image supplied by Adam Krysinski Soundtracks. Geneon GNCE Blaylock All the Power and End Title Tracks are from original score; total time disc 2: King Records FML Broken Ice tracks side one tracks side two.
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Rocky Horror Show Casts: 17 albums. Produced, directed, and translated by Julissa. Recording includes all dialogue, and features Jonathan Adams as the Narrator.
Raymond MacdonaldProfessor of Music Psychology at Edinburgh University, believes that portable cassettes changed the very way we thought about ourselves.
How do I feel right now? How do I want to feel in five minutes? What kind of music is going to help me reach these goals? And if I'm on the train, who will overhear what I'm playing? This was a new psychological phenomenon, which became even more important with the advent of the compilation tape.
It also helped people create new narratives out of the music they liked, and by extension, of their lives. The cassette taught people a new kind of self-medicated therapy. As blank tapes got cheaper to buy, musicians could record themselves more easily, without the need of a label to help them. This helped DIY genres such as post-punk, which had an active mail-order culture, and it also flourished in hip-hop, where it proved lucrative for some.
In the late 70s, Grandmaster Flash would charge a dollar a minute for customised "party tapes" for richer fans. He would shout out the buyer's name as part of his raps, and also give mixtapes to cab drivers who did "hold calls" — driving high-end clients around New York, without a destination, just to listen to music. Major labels in the UK also capitalised on the cool cachet of the cassette. One side whatever you like. Printed on the blank B-side was the message: "Home taping is killing record industry profits!
We left this side blank so you can help. For instance, Salmon begged the Performing Rights Society to allow SFX to feature to second extracts of pop songs in every issue — predating the iTunes song-extract model by a few decades. The enterprising Salmon ran the interview over two issues.
The tape magazine closed in because of production costs, but cassettes thrived instead as give-aways on magazine covers. Compilations curated by journalists attracted extra readers for magazines such as Melody Maker and Select. InNME 's C86 compilation featuring new bands on British indie labels also had a particularly long shelf life, propelling the rise of indie in the late s, and featuring an opening track by Primal Scream.
Music was heavily censored in iron curtain countries in the s, but an underground cassette culture in Poland helped music to travel. Also, angrier, younger groups were never allowed to record in studios, and could only occasionally play festivals and small student clubs. But when they did, the audience members brought their cassette recorders with them. A tape-swapping culture grew, on plain tapes, without artwork or track lists.
Music fans used to tape over language lessons on cassettes as well — a practical necessity when blank tapes were hard to buy, but also a pointed act of resistance. Labels like Kozielski's also started releasing recordings by supportive artists from other countries, such as Holland's the Ex, and the UK's Chumbawamba. He may be better known now for firing corporate wannabes on his BBC TV show, but Alan Sugar was a big player in the s cassette market.
Having seen Sharp's twin-cassette deck — which allowed one cassette to be copied directly on to another — Sugar decided to develop one for the mass market. At this time, the BPI was running its famous Home Taping Is Killing Music campaign, following concerns that cassettes would aid the infringement of copyright and a decline in album sales. Sugar's twin-deck launch in was accompanied by Album) advert that said that copying was illegal, but CBS Songs nevertheless took his company, Amstrad, to court.
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