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Still Burning 6. Frankie Teardrop 7. Fields of Fire 8. Tied and Twist 9. Location: Switzerland. Nobody spoke about her release Champagne, cocaine and nicotine stains. It was done with the anubian lights a while back and is a stellar recording.

It s loungy, but in a lunchy way, you get what i say? Sternodox likes this. Location: Little Rock, Arkansas. Man, it's as difficult collecting Lydia as it is collecting Boris! Sternodox , Feb 24, Spoken word - get down on your knees and kiss the tires.

Ivor Hugh J'ampton , Feb 24, Location: Pennsylvania, USA. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content. Share This Page. After these peculiar, almost fragmentary pieces, the 60's hit "Spooky" is positively melodic and is actually a fairly accurate recreation of the original, with unusual vocals, of course.

Side one of the vinyl ended with a Lounge Lizards-like "Los Banditos" with Lydia's voice practically a whisper and mixed low in the instrumentation so it's pretty much impossible to tell if there is a story being told here, but it's a very hip track, regardless. Probably my absolute fave is the dynamic, film noir jazz of "Lady Scarface", where Lydia plays a seductress stalking an underage boy after being stood up - this is fun, sexy and swinging!

No joke. Whoa, should we play the lottery or start a record label or something? The dude on the other end of the line was my musical sensei, Michael Lavorgna. Turns out, he had only acquired the album a couple of days earlier.

Same for me! It was his fourth or fifth time spinning it. My first. I purchased this one at a stoop sale on Jersey Avenue. It was the same Jersey Avenue stoop sale that intrigues me all throughout the spring and summer months: A bunch of interesting-looking and something punk rockers in threadbare t-shirts and torn jeans, combat boots, purple hair, and tattoos, selling thirty thousand pairs of winter gloves, VHS tapes, straw hats, kitchen utensils, and vinyl records.

Dude sees me bent over on the sidewalk, flipping through the LPs. So I walk into the beautiful, old red-brick row house, through a street-level wrought iron side door, down a long corridor, into the cluttered kitchen where four or five crates of LPs are set out on a central table. The atmosphere inside is that of a youth hostel.

It's all saxophone screech, moan, and sigh, sweeping brushes against snare, cheerless piano comping, and Lydia Lunch. And turn it way up is exactly what you'll do when "Spooky" comes around. Lydia Lunch's soulful, funked-out version, complete with backing chorus, tambourine, and sax boogie, may have never had such luck, but it sounds wonderful on the hi-fi.

There is some impressively limber and present Spanish guitar in "Los Banditos. And one of the sexiest. And, by far, the most cosmic. Heh heh. I had a similar cosmic event happen in college. After dinner I ran upstairs to listen to the new English Beat record. I used to passively be a fan of ERR, but after hearing "Protection" played live it clicked. It was such a fantastic performance have loved her music since.

Eric Hild. Porch Sam Cassette by Porch Sam. Chaotic, glitched-out electronic music on the latest from Porch Sam, each song clattering and shrieking its way into existence. Odd Talk by Ganser. Bandcamp Album of the Day Apr 16, Explore music.

Novasquad23 Killer LP that doesn't relent or let up. Reminds me of In Limbo! Joe Enmore. Joe Enmore Driving, relentless and defiant. It's like a musical punch in the face, with rings on every finger. The queen of No Wave at her best. Favorite track: Some Boys. Paul Christiansen. Hoor Eens. Eric Keenaghan.

Queen of Siam, an Album by Lydia Lunch. Released 9 February on ZE (catalog no. ZEA; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Punk, Experimental Rock. Featured peformers: Lydia Lunch (producer), George Scott (bass), Dougie Bowne (drums), Pat Irwin (backing vocals, aka_text {various instruments} role_id aka_text), Bob Blank (producer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text, recording .

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  1. Oct 16,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Queen Of Siam on Discogs. Label: ZE Records - ZEA ,ZE Records - ZEA • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Big Band, Avantgarde, Experimental, No Wave/5(92).
  2. The album concludes with Blood of Tin in which Lydia recites some ghoulish poetry over appropriately dissonant music. Queen of Siam is for those who love the fringes of rock. The executive producer is Michael Zilkha of the legendary ZE Records whose artists in its heyday included Cristina Monet, the quirky Was (Not Was), psychobilly synth-rock /5(6).
  3. Queen of Siam was Lydia's first solo release, and, in my opinion, her best. Her voice sounds like that of a psycotic little girl - her words pouring out of her mouth like liquid. Her unique chanting and drumroll of words can be found in tracks like "Mechanical Flattery", "Tied and Twist", and "Blood of Tin"/5(6).
  4. Oct 16,  · referencing Queen Of Siam, LP, Album, ZEA , ZEA I found this for $8 at Love Garden Sounds in Lawrence, Kansas and omg I love Lydia Lunch! Still after Teenage Jesus & The Jerks and most of her other material/5().
  5. May 18,  · Queen of Siam, an Album by Lydia Lunch. Released 9 February on ZE (catalog no. ZEA; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Punk, Experimental Rock. Featured peformers: Lydia Lunch (producer), George Scott (bass), Dougie Bowne (drums), Pat Irwin (backing vocals, aka_text {various instruments} role_id aka_text), Bob Blank (producer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text, /5(21).
  6. QUEEN OF SIAM (LP) Tracklist: Mechanical Flattery/ Gloomy Sunday/ Tied And Twist/ Spooky/ Los Banditos// Atomic Bongos/ Lady Scarface/ A Cruise To The Moon/ Carnival Fat Man/ Knives In The Drain/ Blood Of Tin Recording info: Recorded @ (Bob) Blank Tapes studios, 37 West 20th street, New York City in Fall/Autumn Recorded and mixed by Bob Blank. Some arrangements by Billy Ver .
  7. Oct 02,  · The sleepwalking ballad “Tied And Twist” lumbers lithely, a No Wave plaint in slow-motion. Lunch’s sparse, laggard guitar solo is fantastically wonky; Robert Quine would be proud. “Atomic Bongos” is the closest thing on Queen Of Siam to a hard-rocker, with its maddeningly repetitive and rugged bass riff and scathing, Contortions-esque guitar tang.
  8. Jun 26,  · Lydia Lunch - Queen Of Siam Prior to this debut album, Lunch was best known for leading NYC's No Wave band Teenage Jesus and the Jerks and prior to that, being the inspiration for the Dead Boys "I Need Lunch". way, again with almost spoken vocals, while "Tied and Twist" sounds like a contorted nursery rhyme. After these peculiar.
  9. Jun 05,  · Lydia Lunch's album Queen of Siam (ZE Records ZEA , LP) is so impressive—both sonically and musically—that, while listening, you might just find yourself compelled to send an enthusiastic, breathless text message to one of your friends. "Dude," you might write, "do you have Lydia Lunch's 'Queen of Siam' on vinyl? Ooh, it's great fun on the hi-fi!".

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