Myth - SWA - Your Future If You Have One (Cassette, Album)


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Label: SST Records - SST 053 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk

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Download as PDF Printable version. Wikimedia Commons. Have you dutifully trekked out to your local mom-and-pop record store on previous RSDs? I think Record Store Day helps stores and labels connect with record buyers and helps bands connect with their audience.

The Internet has diversified and atomized current music culture, which has many advantages, but it makes it more difficult to concentrate interest so that anyone notices. Things like Record Store Day are a great way to bring more connection between artists and audience through retailers. I know that other SST artists have had all kinds of problems getting master tapes and sorting out the rights.

How did all of that work out? Tragically, so many of the artists that had releases on SST have had every kind of problem. It breaks my heart that the label I put so much into creating has been reduced to the hot mess it is now.

Are you and he still in touch? Does he know about Exhumed and what does he think of it? I went a long way into my adult life believing that was the consensus. When I was 24 or 25, I realized that Britain had taken a very different turn with the coming of Margaret Thatcher. Klara, a sort of Stevens 2. In fact, the defects of our current liberal order, and the selective blindness of its beneficiaries, come under scrutiny in his work.

How could this be? At one time, we learn, there was a public outcry after news of the appalling conditions in which clones were reared got out, but because no one was willing to return to a world without an endless supply of organs — a world where cancer and heart disease remained incurable — discussions of systemic change came to nothing.

Instead Hailsham, the progressive boarding school, was founded, an incremental half measure that allowed people to ventilate their guilt without substantially changing the status quo. Clones would still be bred for death, but a few of them were now given the chance to read poetry and make art in a pleasant rural setting before the time came to go under the knife.

Over the past year, an army of underpaid workers in retail, health care and other industries, many of them living paycheck to paycheck, have faced a daily choice between putting food on the table and exposing themselves to a deadly virus. Whether the high-visibility injustice of our current moment will be met with transformative change or the same old incremental half measures remains to be seen. Despite the collective nature of their suffering, they can imagine only individual forms of resistance.

Fraser sees the same process at work in our own society. The procedure carries high risks as well as potential high rewards — the main one being membership in a professional superelite. The plasticity of human beings has been of pressing concern to novelists for hundreds of years.

Ishiguro told me that he has always envied 19th-century writers like Dostoyevsky who were working at a time when age-old religious beliefs were being called into question by the rise of evolutionary theory. In that moment, he said, it seemed only natural to ask what in recent times may have come to sound like portentous questions: Does the human soul exist? To judge by the wretched and the meek who fill his books, it may seem as though he takes a dim view of humankind.

You look in the rubbish bins. It is curious, then, that we should come away from his books not with a sense of the cheapness and futility of life but something like the opposite. Her patients include her old school friends Ruth and Tommy, who used to be a couple. Kathy and Tommy have been drawn to each other ever since they were children, but circumstances have always kept them apart.

Now, late in the novel, they finally get together and are briefly happy. Believing themselves to be eligible for a deferral, they track down one of their old teachers to ask for one, only to be told deferrals are a myth. Soon Tommy dies and Kathy gets word that the time has come for her to start her own donations. On a quiet country road, she notices a barbed-wire fence and a group of trees at the edge of a field. They are filled with trash. That was the only time, as I stood there, looking at that strange rubbish, feeling the wind coming across those empty fields, that I started to imagine just a little fantasy thing.

Love and friendship may not survive death, but they grow stronger and deeper right up until the end. As he saw it, this tenderness, and not the exploitation that the clones endure, is the moral center of the novel.

What exactly is an individual? Jack's a breath of fresh air, a family man. Everybody had a strong sense of friendship with him immediately. He was just there to play drums and help out. In a interview, Guitar World writer Jeff Gilbert described Vitalogy as "strange" and "very eclectic". McCready agreed, saying, "There is some weird stuff on there. Gossard said, " Vitalogy is the first one where Ed plays guitar and he wrote three to four songs.

I remember thinking, 'This is so different. Is anyone going to like this? It had a more punk feel to it. Simple songs recorded really quickly. McCready said, " Vitalogy is not really a 'solo' album. I don't think the songs demanded solos; it was more of a rhythmic album. Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic said that "thanks to its stripped-down, lean production, Vitalogy stands as Pearl Jam's most original and uncompromising album.

Many of the songs on the album address the pressures of fame and dealing with the resulting loss of privacy. Vedder said, "I'm just totally vulnerable.

I'm way too fucking soft for this whole business, this whole trip. I don't have any shell. There's a contradiction there, because that's probably why I can write songs that mean something to someone and express some of these things that other people can't necessarily express. Many think that the lyrics of "Immortality" may be about Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain 's suicide, although Vedder has denied this, suggesting instead that it is about "the pressures on someone who is on a parallel train.

Vedder said regarding " Nothingman " that "if you love someone and they love you, don't fuck up Considered a "blatantly great pop song" by producer Brendan O'Brien, Pearl Jam was reluctant to record it and had initially rejected it from Vs. Vitalogy was released first on vinyl on November 22, , two weeks before its CD and cassette release, and debuted at No.

Rolling Stone staff writer Al Weisel gave Vitalogy four out of five stars, describing the album as "a wildly uneven and difficult record, sometimes maddening, sometimes ridiculous, often powerful.

He commented that the band incorporated "fast but brutal punk, fuzz-toned psychedelia and judicious folk-rock , all of it sounding more spontaneous than before. Pareles concluded, "Vedder sounds more alone than ever.

Farley added, "But that's one admirably experimental failure on a largely successful album. Q magazine gave the album four out of five stars, stating "It speaks volumes for Pearl Jam's continuing creative acumen that they can respond so confidently to a new punk scene that has sprung up. Jam's book, token experiments like "Bugs" are genuinely weird, and in an era of compulsory irony [Vedder's] sincerity is something like a relief—a Kurtlike relief at that.

He said, " Vitalogy marks the first time it's possible to respect the band's music as much as its stance. You walk away from it energized, but wondering what price Eddie Vedder, and Pearl Jam, will ultimately pay for it. However, DeRogatis also wrote that the album "leaves you wishing that they'd just lighten up". Three singles were released from Vitalogy. The lead single " Spin the Black Circle " backed with B-side " Tremor Christ ", also from the album , was the band's first to enter the Billboard Hot , reaching number Album tracks " Better Man " and " Corduroy " also charted.

In Pearl Jam released a remastered Vitalogy , along with Vs. The original title for the album was Life. The first single, "Spin the Black Circle", was released before the album was released, and on the back of the single it states "From the Epic album Life ".

The album title Vitalogy comes from an early 20th-century medical book on which the cover art and liner notes are based. Vedder found the medical book at a garage sale. Ament stated, "Ed brought in that book, and we said man that would make a great album cover.

Ament said, "We tried really hard, to make it like a book, kind of tipped it so it opened horizontally, which pissed off record stores: they had to put it in sideways.

Problems arose when the band discovered that later versions of the book were still under copyright. God, what a blast from the past, Big Jack! Thankyou so much for all the music you guys post here! If I had only known about ebay. Now I'm no longer the only blogger to have posted DC3 tunes into cyberspace! Everyone particularly the amazing drummer Kurt Markham is growing by leaps and bounds, you can almost hear em change over the course of that record!

Their sound was totally unique to LA in '82, when it was recorded. Thanx for the write up. We had a reunion 2 years ago without Merrill and Ron. We used the original vocalist Joe and Geoff the guitarist that played on the EP played bass.



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  • Your Future If You Have One, an Album by SWA. Released in on SST (catalog no. SST ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Hardcore/5(2).
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