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  1. Mind Bomb is the third studio album by English post-punk band The The, released by Some Bizzare/Epic on 11 July and recorded between October and May Genre: Alternative rock, dance-rock, college rock.
  2. The soundtrack to my formative years for sure. I remember picking up "Mind Bomb" on tape years ago, losing that copy, buying another one, then losing the ability to play tapes. I found myself humming "Dogs of Lust" recently and made a point of picking up all of the early The The albums on CD to remind myself how good they were/5().
  3. Jan 04,  · referencing Mind Bomb, CD, Album, EK King in the Realm of Rain The stand out cut (in my opinion obviously) is "August & September". In addition to cutting its own heart out, it cuts yours out as well (if you've ever lived in that same space) and /5().
  4. Mind Bomb is the third studio album by The The, released by Some Bizarre/Epic on 11 July and recorded between October and May Mind Bomb features the following tracks: Armageddon Days (Are Here Again) The Violence of Truth; Kingdom of Rain; The Beat(en) Generation; August & September; Gravitate to Me; Beyond Love.
  5. With the addition of former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr, The The attempted their most ambitious album yet with Mind ealtramevtrulconflo.tactlirimisapatderpternyawithdvipa.cod of the darkly polished dance-pop stylings of Infected, Mind Bomb opens up the music to reveal a slow, winding textured world of sound that celebrates its rough edges instead of hiding them. It's serious, dance-influenced rock of the highest order.9/
  6. For the uninitiated this album must be barely comprehensible and most likely downright off-putting with its odd quirks and heavy handed feel. Good Morning Beautiful This track welcomes us into 'Mind Bomb' with what sounds like a call to prayer before horns and harmonica decide to answer back, blending with the voice in a strange intoxicating brew.
  7. Mind Bomb, an Album by The The. Released 11 July on Epic (catalog no. 2; CD). Genres: Art Pop. Featured peformers: Matt Johnson (vocals, producer, songwriter), James Eller (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), David Palmer (drums), Warne Livesey (assistant engineer), Roli Mosimann (assistant engineer), Geoff Foster (assistant engineer), Felix Kendall (mixing engineer.
  8. 参照 Mind Bomb, CD, Album, EK King in the Realm of Rain The stand out cut (in my opinion obviously) is "August & September". In addition to cutting its own heart out, it cuts yours out as well (if you've ever lived in that same space) and chokes it back with a grimace and tears in its eyes.

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