Real to Real Cacophony is a rather melancholic electronic-oriented new wave album.
Real to Real Cacophony de traduction dans le dictionnaire français - anglais au Glosbe, dictionnaire en ligne, gratuitement. 2:47. The new spelling also appears in the discography section of all the inlays in the 2002/2003 Simple Minds remastered edition series. Real to Real Cacophony did not chart, nor did its only single, "Changeling". Film Theme (2:29) 11.
Factory. Découvrez les 55 disques en vente de l'album Real to real cacophony de Simple Minds sur CDandLP au format Vinyle et CD It was released in November 1979, through record labels Zoom and Arista. There is one thing you can make out is the chant " But of course , of course .
Released in 1979, Simple Minds’ debut album ‘Life In A Day’ was a largely unremarkable affair. If we speak literally, cacophony points to a situation in which there is a mixture of harsh and inharmonious sounds.
Fan de musique, rien ne vaut une platine-vinyles pour écouter vos artistes et groupes préférés comme Real To Real Cacophony.
Subsequent editions render the title of both the album and … These were reprints of the Arista originals although the outer sleeves were now glossy and the wrong shade of blue, and the labels were Virgin's generic design. Naked Eye (2:21) 03. Real To Real Cacophony was reissued on the label's full-price range as a LP (Virgin V 2246) and a MC (Virgin TCV 2246). Carnival (Shelter In A Suitcase) (2:49) 05. Quelques titres peuvent néanmoins se révéler intéressants, comme Reel to real, Carnival, les petits coups de guitares bien sympa sur Cacophony et peut-être Premonition et Changeling.
Real to Real Cacophony (sometimes incorrectly referred as Reel to Real Cacophony) is the second studio album by Scottish rock band Simple Minds.It was released in November 1979, through record labels Zoom and Arista. SIMPLE MINDS – Real To Real Cacophony Posted on June 21, 2010 by Real Gone Released in 1979, Simple Minds’ debut album ‘Life In A Day’ was a largely unremarkable affair.
Cacophony is a short instrumental that leads us into another instrumental , Veldt , which is bizarre to say the least .
To the delight of some open-minded post-punk fans (fans who also had space for the relatively new, untraditional likes of Devo, Kraftwerk, and Eno in their record collections) the relative simple-mindedness of Life in a Day was blown to bits and left for dead on the pub floor by Real to Real Cacophony, the wide-eyed carnival-like follow-up released only seven months after its predecessor.
It was released in November 1979, through record labels Zoom and Arista. Comme on vous comprend.