Jul 3, 2013

RhoDeo 1326 Aetix

Hello, as mr Snowden is still hold up in a Moscow transit hotel, which is defacto accessable to anyone in transit I'm beginning to wonder , clearly the US is putting enormous pressure to any country considering giving him asylum. The madness showed last night when the Bolivian president was refused airspace on the rumor Snowden was aboard, hs airplane was forced to land in Vienna and searched-no Snowden. Once more president Hollande (France) looks an ass selling out to Washington. Expect daily strong rumours on flights leaving Moscow ....

Today's artists are the last from the European Aetix female singers it makes sense then that they led out the eighties. One of the singers, who's christian name translates as birch yet her Icelandic name has become a global brand. She took the band with whom she started out from the unknown icelandic shores into the light, the results are here to try. Also in the spotlight a band who's philosophical insight name said it all. Explore the world beyond Goth ...N'Joy

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The Sugarcubes were the biggest group ever to emerge from Iceland at that time (currently Sigur Ros), which helps explain their off-kilter sense of melody. Their 1988 debut, Life's Too Good, attracted terrific reviews and became a college radio hit.
According to group legend, The Sugarcubes formed on June 8, 1986, the day that vocalist Björk (born Björk Gundmundsdottir) gave birth to her son. Prior to that day, the members of the group had been a variety of Icelandic bands. Björk had the longest career out of any of the members. When she was 11 years old, the vocalist had recorded a children's album. In her late teens, she joined the Icelandic post-punk band Tappi Tikarrass, who released two albums before splitting in 1983.

By 1984, Björk, Benediktsson, and Baldursson had joined forces, forming K.U.K.L. with keyboardist Einar Mellax. K.U.K.L. -- which means witch in Icelandic -- was an noisy, artsy post-punk band that released several singles on the independent British record label Crass. In 1986, K.U.K.L. evolved into The Sugarcubes, adding Björk's then-husband Thor Eldon on guitar and Bragi Olafesson on bass. The Sugarcubes formed on June 8, 1986, with vocalist Björk, Björk's then-husband Thor Eldon on guitar, and Bragi Olafsson on bass. (That same day Björk gave birth to her and Thor Eldon's son, Sindri Eldon. The band's music was characterized by a psychedelic post-punk sound sometimes reminiscent of The B-52's and Talking Heads, whimsical yet heartfelt lyrics, and the imploring, girlish voice of Björk, accompanied by Einar Orn's erratic vocal performances.

In late 1987, the band signed to One Little Indian in the UK, Elektra Records in the US. The Sugarcubes released their debut album, Life's Too Good, in 1988, to critical acclaim in both the UK and the US. They first came to notice in the UK when radio DJ John Peel played "Birthday".[2] It became an indie hit in Britain, later voted single of the year, and a college radio hit in America. "Cold Sweat" and "Deus" were also released as singles and made the lower reaches of the UK charts, while the US single "Motorcrash" went top ten in the Modern Rock charts.

In late 1987, the band signed to One Little Indian in the U.K., Elektra Records in the U.S. The Sugarcubes released their debut album, Life's Too Good, in 1988 to critical acclaim in both the U.K. and the U.S. "Birthday," the first single from the album, became an indie hit in Britain and a college radio hit in America. In particular, Björk received a heap of praise, which began tensions between her and Benediktsson. By the time the group recorded its second album, Thor had divorced Björk and married Magga Ornolfsdottir, who became the group's keyboardist after Einar Mellax left. Furthermore, Olafesson divorced his wife -- who happened to be the twin sister of Baldursson's wife -- and married Benediktsson, making their union the first openly gay marriage in pop music.

Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!, The Sugarcubes' second album, was released in 1989. The album featured a greater vocal contribution by Einar, which was criticized in many of the record's reviews, which were noticeably weaker than those for Life's Too Good. After the release of Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!, the band embarked on a lengthy international tour. At the conclusion of the tour in late 1990, the bandmembers pursued their own individual interests. Stick Around for Joy, the band's third album, was released in 1992; before the record appeared, a collection of remixes called It's-It was released in Europe. Stick Around for Joy received better reviews than Life's Too Good, but the album failed to yield a hit single. Following its release, The Sugarcubes disbanded. For Björk a critically acclaimed and commercially successful solo career awaited



Sugarcubes - Life's Too Good !  (flac 350mb)

01 Traitor 3:10
02 Motorcrash 2:23
03 Birthday 3:59
04 Delicious Demon 2:42
05 Mama 2:56
06 Coldsweat 3:17
07 Blue Eyed Pop 2:37
08 Deus 4:08
09 Sick For Toys 3:14
10 F***ing In Rhythm & Sorrow 3:22
11 Take Some Petrol Darling (Hidden track) 1:27
US Bonus
12 Cowboy 3:26
13 I Want... 2:14
14 Dragon (Icelandic) 3:07
15 Cat (Icelandic) 2:56
16 Coldsweat (Remix) 3:16
17 Deus (Remix) 5:12

Sugarcubes - Life's Too Good !  (ogg 126mb)

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Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week! was the second album by the Icelandic alternative rock-pop band The Sugarcubes, released in October 1989. The name of the album was inspired by Mr. Toad from the famous children's book by Kenneth Grahame The Wind in the Willows. A version of the album sung in Icelandic was also released, titled Illur Arfur ("bad legacy").
Contrary to their debut album Life's Too Good, Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week! was less well received by critics.



Sugarcubes - Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week !  (flac 261mb)

01 Tidal Wave 2:56
02 Regina 4:05
03 Speed Is The Key 3:18
04 Dream TV 3:12
05 Nail 3:18
06 Pump 4:25
07 Eat The Menu 3:44
08 Bee 2:26
09 Dear Plastic 3:23
10 Shoot Him 2:10
11 Water 3:01
12 A Day Called Zero 2:38
13 Planet 3:23
14 Hey 3:22
15 Dark Disco 1 3:01
16 Hot Meat 3:16

Sugarcubes - Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week ! (ogg 123mb)

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All About Eve arose out of Britain's '80s goth rock scene with a unique, folk-rock-influenced take on the style. Former journalist and Gene Loves Jezebel bassist Julianne Regan was encouraged by members of the Mission U.K. to form her own band after singing background vocals on some of their material. She assembled former Aemotti Crii members Tim Bricheno (guitar) and Andy Cousin (bass), plus drummer Mark Price, and sprinkled her songs with references to hippiedom and white-magic mysticism. Their self-titled debut sold well in the U.K. in 1988 and produced the hit "Martha's Harbour." Following the release and tour of their difficult second record Scarlet and Other Stories, Bricheno left the group and subsequently joined Sisters of Mercy.

The band regrouped, with the Church mainstay Marty Willson-Piper taking over on guitar. The resulting record, Touched By Jesus, was met with a lukewarm reception, and the band decided on a stylistic change for their next LP. 1994's Ultraviolet got lost in the shuffle, and problems with how the record company percieved the band added to an already stressful situation. A short time later, All About Eve called it a day, with Julianne Regan going on to form Mice, work with Bernard Butler, start the atmospheric Jules et Jim project, and a regular day job.

When it seemed that the band would never be heard from again, old friends the Mission decided to start touring again, and asked Regan if she was interested in opening. This was enough to not only get the band back together but to start touring on their own. After the tour with the Mission, All About Eve embarked on what turned out to be two years worth of acoustic gigs, and in 2000 released the first collection of unplugged highlights, entitled Fairy Light Nights. Fairy Light Nights, Vol. 2 and more acoustic shows appeared in 2001.

In 2002, Willson-Piper left the band to pursue other projects, to be replaced by new guitarist Toni Haimi, previously of the band Malluka and currently a member of the Sohodolls. Later that year, All About Eve released the live album and DVD Cinemasonic with a line-up of Regan, Cousin, Haimi, Carter and Hood. A collection of early recordings was also released, entitled Return to Eden, Vol. 1: The Early Recordings.

In mid 2004, shortly after the release of their first single in a decade, "Let Me Go Home", the band split once again. Their last gig, with a line-up of Regan, Cousin, Haimi and Savigear, was at the Mean Fiddler in London on 30 April 2004, at the end of a British tour; this was filmed and copies of the performance were made available through a fan website. In April 2009, Regan stated on her Facebook page: "All About Eve are dormant and may never happen again. I don't ever like to say never though, but it seems we've all moved on and are exploring other avenues.

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To label (in any way) the self-titled debut from All About Eve "goth" is a perfect example of how loosely the term was being thrown around in the mid- to late '80s in England. Sure, the Eves had a bit of goth cred (touring with the Mission, early singles that sounded a lot like Siouxsie), but All About Eve is more folksy than menacing, the band had already developed its more folksy sound on its independently released singles, but with Paul Samwell-Smith producing, All About Eve graduated from quasi-Siouxsie clones into a full-blown example of late-'80s "goth pop." Steeped in folksy melodies and hippie-esque lyrics, All About Eve can seem a bit dramatic and drippy, but it makes up for its faults with solid song arrangements and a glossy production that fits the band's melodic sensibilities and polished guitar work. While it may not be part of the pantheon of rock as a whole, All About Eve stands out as a prime example of a time in English pop music when things weren't quite certain.



All About Eve - All About Eve (flac 372mb)

01 Flowers In Our Hair 4:25
02 Gypsy Dance 4:04
03 In The Clouds 3:33
04 Martha's Harbour 3:12
05 Every Angel 3:57
06 Like Emily 5:16
07 Shelter From The Rain 5:24
08 She Moves Through The Fair 5:06
09 Wild Hearted Woman 3:25
10 Never Promise (Anyone Forever) 3:53
11 Apple Tree Man 3:59
12 What Kind Of Fool 4:02
13 In The Meadow 5:35
14 Lady Moonlight 4:12

All About Eve - All About Eve ( ogg 140mb)

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earlier, Ice land of fire (03/24/07) re-up

Sugarcubes - It's It (ogg 170mb)

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