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  1. Aug 25,  · Check out Original Albums Boxset by Eyeless In Gaza on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on tranuruspachamvimastimijobtipor.coinfo Eyeless In Gaza. August 25, Transience Blues. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart 2. Ill Wind Blows /5(11).
  2. Supplanting earlier compilations as the definitive study of Eyeless in Gaza's initial existence, Voice ranges from the spiky post-punk extremes of "Kodak Ghosts Run Amok" to the winning pop-focused aims of "Between These Dreams." Assembled more or less in chronological order, it's a perfect snapshot of the duo's slow evolution toward a more delicate style and delivery, with nearly every song a.
  3. Catalogue number is shown as IR CD on packaging, and as IRCD on disc. Tracks 1 to 5, 7, 9 to 15 published by Oval Music Ltd / Cherry Red Music Ltd. Track 6 published by Complete Music Ltd. / Gull Songs Ltd. Track 8 published by Complete Music Ltd. / Oval Music Ltd/5(16).
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  5. Editorial Reviews. Four CD set. Originally signed to Cherry Red in , Eyeless in Gaza moved very quickly through four albums of skewed free-pop explorations to become the intriguing, uncomfortable cousin of the brash new wave sound finding it's way into the mainstream at the time/5(10).
  6. Eyeless In Gaza, two men with the time-travellers look of the miners in D.H. Lawrence’s Nottingham, hated it! They turned, graphically, exaggeratedly, to the just adjoining traditional art section. Modern muck, aw we hate it! It was that kind of reaction. Ditto for the music they make.”.
  7. Indeed I think Eyeless In Gaza sounds less “old” than almost any other music from that period (at least if we talk about songs made then). This is also a song that Eyeless took up and performed later in live (in the shows supporting Depeche Mode, I believe). Maybe Eyeless will record a new version of this song one day .
  8. Eyeless In Gaza Drumming the Beating Heart (BRED 36, July 30 , Lp) Review 1. Eyeless In Gaza music may not engender any conventional excitement – it’s bleak and austere, existential angst meets John Keats sort of thing – but Martyn Bates and Peter Becker weave their poetic, if simple, lyrics through a synthesizer landscape which is sometimes breathtakingly beautiful and never jarring.

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