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The Terminals Vinyl, CD & Tape 3 Artikel

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Terminals, The - Antiseptic
Terminals, The - Uncoffined
Terminals, The
Uncoffined
LP | 1990 | US | Reissue (Hozac)
21,99 €*
Release:1990 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
The Terminals were a mid-late 80s-era supergroup featuring many important shards of the Kiwi underground, including core members Peter Stapleton, Mary Heney, and Ross Humphries from the very first Flying Nun release, the monumental Pin Group, joined with Susan Heney from The McGoohans, as well as Stephen Cogle from Vacuum and Victor Dimisich Band. Hard to keep all those intersections straight, that’s for sure, but this intense, brooding and ominous cadre of players have pulled together some of the darkest sounds to ever emanate from the isle. It’s hard to pick favorites with The Terminals, but ‘Uncoffined’ their debut LP recorded in 1988 seemed like the best place to start. It’s hard to believe something this dark and twisted could also be so catchy, sounding like not much else from the time, The Terminals never caught the indie rock afterglow that label mates The Clean, The Bats, or The Verlaines got, yet their catalog of dubious releases is still being discovered, even now as we speak. Remastered from the original tapes to revive what was lost in the haze of limp late 1980s studio mastering techniques, this improved version sparkles with hostility, the sheen of atmospheric shadows interlaced between tension-building crescendos, The Terminals ‘Uncoffined’ is a lost masterpiece of Antipodean dark wave pop music destined to reinstate it’s place in the annals of underground music history.
Terminals, The - Singles & Sundries
Terminals, The
Singles & Sundries
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Ba Da Bing!)
18,04 €* 18,99 € -5%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The Terminals are smack in the center of all that is great about New Zealand music. Members of the group have connections to The Renderers, Scorched Earth Policy, The Axemen, The Pin Group and Dadamah, and the list goes on from there. They bridge the gap between the free-form sprawl of their improvising peers and the melodic beauty of Flying Nun's poppiest groups. The result is a ripcord of rock which sounds vital, intense and fomenting with menace. Collected here for the first time are the singles. Released throughout the 1990s, these songs are the band's finest moments. "Deadly Tango" blares at a syncopated pace, while "Witchdoctors" seems to crawl out fully formed from a miasma of feedback, with Stephen Cogle's vocals sounding like incantations. The greatness of The Terminals comes from their mastery and their ability to achieve such a powerful effect with the music they've created. Their music throws an intelligence into the dark and structure onto the dangerous. For anybody looking at a roadmap to New Zealand music, the songs on Singles & Sundries are essential vantage points.
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