9 thoughts on “ I Found That Essence Rare - Gang Of Four - Entertainment (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Entertainment! on Discogs/5().
  2. I Found That Essence Rare Lyrics: Aim for the body rare, you'll see it on TV / The worst thing in was the bikini / See the girl on the TV, dressed in a bikini / She doesn't think so, but she.
  3. "I Found That Essence Rare" could be considered the musical kin to the group's first single, "Damaged Goods," from their groundbreaking first album, Entertainment!. Here, the group turns their radical political sights upon the media and self-serving politicians with a bristling and well-crafted pop song.
  4. Entertainment! is the debut album by English post-punk band Gang of pebbtermabenvebi.ibpuquacalkyolanminafahabscompsas.co was released in September through EMI internationally and Warner Bros. Records in North America. Stylistically, it draws heavily on punk rock but also incorporates the influence of funk, dance music, reggae and pebbtermabenvebi.ibpuquacalkyolanminafahabscompsas.co lyrics and artwork reflected the band's left-wing political concerns.
  5. May 11,  · When they all locked in, as on "I Found That Essence Rare", the effect is like stuffing 10 pounds of funk into a five-pound bag. Emotionally, however, Entertainment! is a .
  6. Gang of Four: Entertainment! A Reappraisal. There’s just not enough Situationism in music any more. Amy Britton looks back to it’s musical heyday in the work of The Gang Of Four. Entertainment!, as I’m sure you all know, was the incredible debut album by Gang of Four.
  7. Gang Of Four est souvent présenté comme un groupe révolutionnaire et unique, même dans le domaine du punk (ou du post-punk, c'est comme vous voulez). Du coup j'avais misé beaucoup d'espoir sur ce groupe et notamment sur Entertainment! album cité dans quasiment toutes les supra listes de disques à écouter avant de passer l'arme à gauche.
  8. One of the most influential and groundbreaking bands to rise from the British punk scene in the late '70s, Gang of Four took the freedoms and possibilities presented by punk and brought them to wild and unexpected places, both musically and philosophically. Gang of Four's music fused tough funk rhythms, jagged shards of metallic guitar, and lyrics that filtered Marxist theory through the.

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