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Not Great Men - Gang Of Four - Entertainment! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Her debut solo album was released in A detailed list of V/A compilations featuring Gang Of Four tracks (although brief details are included in the main discography). Pictures: Some pictures of the Gang Of Four records listed in the discography. Some pictures of Gang Of Four in concert. (There are also off-site pictures linked from the.
  2. Not a bad new wave album. "Is It Love" was an awful choice for a single but the album tracks are quite respectable- kind of reminds me of what A Certain Ratio was doing at around the same time. I can't fault people for wanting to hear more Entertainment, but come on, don't take it out on poor little Hard.
  3. Entertainment!, an Album by Gang of Four. Released 25 September on EMI (catalog no. EMC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Punk. Featured peformers: Andy Gill (guitar, vocals, producer, design), Jon King (lead vocals, melodica, producer, design), Dave Allen (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Hugo Burnham (drums), Gang of Four (writer, arranger), Rob Warr (producer), Rik .
  4. Gang of Four have announced a new nanconthightablasiredicxitodopo.xyzinfo NOW is out March 1 via nanconthightablasiredicxitodopo.xyzinfo last studio album, What Happens Next, came out in The band .
  5. May 11,  · Gang of Four were a pop band. Their funk was no less stark or forbidding than, say, the more astringent Timbaland productions. They certainly .
  6. Entertainment! is one of those records where germs of influence can be traced through many genres and countless bands, both favorably and unfavorably. From groups whose awareness of genealogy spreads wide enough to openly acknowledge Gang of Four's influence (Fugazi, Rage Against the Machine), to those not in touch with their ancestry enough to realize it (rap-metal, some indie rock) -- .
  7. Behind this is the most "normal"-sounding dance track on Entertainment!, with a tightly-wound but eminently danceable rhythm section and better-integrated, less random guitar and melodica interjections. While not as instantly mindblowing as "At Home He's A Tourist" or "Anthrax," "Not Great Men" is one of Gang of Four's finest.
  8. "Songs of the Free" was released after some harder-edged albums like Entertainment and Solid Gold. This still has the "Gang Of Four" sound, and does not degrade because it is a little richer and less minimalist. It certainly has an eighties flavor, however it also feels timeless/5(23).

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