TUXEDOMOON - Half-Mute + Give Me New Noise: Half-Mute Reflected - CD2 - CBOY1011
Autores: Tuxedomoon, Peter Principle, Steven Brown, Blaine L. Reininger, Simon Fisher Turner, ZeroGravity Thinkers, Dok Gregory, The Man From Managra, Coti K., Norscq, Nicolas Lelièvre, Cult With No Name, Erik Stein, Jon Boux, DopplAr, Christophe Claeys, Sebastiaan Van den Branden, Foetus, JG Thirlwell, Palo Alto, Laurent Pernice, Philippe Perreaudin, Gilberto Vargas Maria, Jacques Barbéri, Georgio "the Dove" Valentino, Grey Lotus, Lola Wehr, Tjalling Schrik, Daan Arisz, Niels Van Der Weiden, Joost Verhagen, Judith Wesselius, 2kilos &More, Julius Gabriel, Hugues Villette, Séverine Krouch, Def, Aksak Maboul, Marc Hollander, Faustine Hollander, Véronique Vincent, Non Finito Orchestra, Yann C. Grey, Adrien Noble, Le Baron Fend L'air, Jef Benech', el TiGeR CoMiCs GRoUP, Nick St.
Editor: Crammed Discs (2016)
Formato: CD2, remastered, special edition
Géneros: Electronic, Rock, Avantgarde, Experimental, Darkwave, Post-Punk, Experimental Rock, Minimal Wave
In 1980, Tuxedomoon created a sensation with their masterpiece debut album Half-Mute, which immediately established them as one of the leading avant-garde pop bands.
36 years later, in the spring of 2016, Tuxedomoon’s original members, Steven Brown, Peter Principle and Blaine Reininger, joined by Luc van Lieshout, will get together to revisit Half-Mute and perform it live on a series of exclusive shows around Europe.
On this occasion, Half-Mute will be reissued, along with GIVE ME NEW NOISE, a tribute album for which 13 artists have specially created covers of all songs from Half-Mute and from the album’s associated singles.
The contributors include Foetus/Jim Thirlwell, Aksak Maboul, Simon Fisher Turner, DopplAr (feat. 2 members from Amatorski), Cult With No Name and others, with special appearances by the three makers of Half-Mute, Steven Brown, Peter Principle and Blaine Reininger.
GIVE ME NEW NOISE was conceived and curated by Philippe Perreaudin, a founding member of French band Palo Alto.