- Título:What Do You Call That Noise?
- Estilo:Indie Rock
- Fecha de publicación:1998
- Tamaño Versión FLAC1767 mb
- Tamaño Versión MP31869 mb
- Tamaño Versión WMA1651 mb
- Registro de:CD, Promo, Sampler, Compilation
Lista de canciones
|1||No Thugs In Our House||5:22|
|2||This Is Pop||2:37|
|3||Life Begins At The Hop||4:19|
|4||Making Plans For Nigel||4:05|
|5||Roads Girdle The Globe||5:02|
|8||No Language In Our Lungs||4:58|
- Presenter – John Peel (tracks: 1)
Nine-track promotional advance CD sampler. Housed in a card sleeve.
Subtitled: Selections From The Box Set Transistor Blast
Tracks 1, 2, 6 & 9 from Peel Session 1979.
Track 3 from Peel Session 1989.
Track 4 from Peel Session 1982.
Track 5 from Live In Concert Hammersmith Palais 22.12.80.
Track 7 from Peel Session 1978.
Track 8 from Live In Concert BBC Recording 1978.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – TVT Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BBC Worldwide Music
- Copyright (c) – TVT Records
- Manufactured By – TVT Records
- Distributed By – TVT Records
Songs in album XTC - What Do You Call That Noise 1998. XTC - Speech. XTC - Life Begins At The Hop. XTC - Scarecrow People. Episode 1: A discussion of the XTC tribute album Garden of Earthly Delights, featuring XTC's Colin Moulding, as well as Mark Fisher, David White and Mark. Город: United Kingdom. A discussion of the XTC tribute album Garden of Earthly Delights, featuring XTC's Colin Moulding, as well as Mark Fisher, David White and Mark Reed. Seems a little quiet over here. What Do You Call that Noise is a sampler EP of the 1998 Transistor Blast box set. All songs written by Andy Partridge, except where noted. Opening Speech 0:49. Life Begins at the Hop 4:19 Colin Moulding . Scarecrow People 4:14. No Thugs in Our House 5:22. No Language in Our Lungs 4:58. Making Plans for Nigel 4:05 Moulding. The Rhythm 2:56 Moulding. An XTC Discovery Book. PKMs Amanda Sheppard talked to Fisher about the book, the band and their brilliant creative core of Andy Partridge, Colin Moulding, Terry Chambers, Barry Andrews and Dave Gregory. Mark Fisher explores the unique appeal of XTCs musical legacy in What Do You Call That Noise: An XTC Discovery Book. Two acclaimed books for the discerning XTC fan: The XTC Bumper Book of. Many thanks to Colin Moulding for being my special guest on the very. He joins me, Mark Reed and David White in a discussion of the tribute album Garden of Earthly Delights: An XTC Celebration, which is also released today. Alan Strickland. Every XTC album that got ignored gave the band a real power jolt. It was like being the Duracell bunny and getting a fresh set of batteries in your back. It made us want to strive harder, -Andy Partridge. An XTC Discovery Book to be sure. The brilliant cover art, by Mark Thomas, sets the tone for the entire book. It's fun to try and figure out how many XTC songs you can find referenced within the image. book review, music, musicians, zines