Dance club & nightclub in Budapest, Hungary. a rőtszakállú berlini angol ▩ a kifinomult szelekciójával ▩ feledteti ma ▩ hogy vasárnap van ▩ és indítja meg mintha szombat lenne ▩ ▩ LÄRM ▩ ▩ Z+ ▩ Rikki Humphrey ▩. LÄRM. Yesterday at 08:37 ·. berlini klub pultját reggeli napsütésben átvenni tudni kell ▩ tőlünk ma sötétben veszi át és este ▩ de extra jól fogunk járni vele ▩ ▩ LÄRM ▩ WUTiF ▩ Alexander Aurel ▩. soundcloud. Alexander Aurel At Hammahalle Sisyphos - Berlin, 0. 5.
Our Live Album Is Better than Your Live Album is a 2-disc live album by ska-punk band Reel Big Fish composed of both an extended length Reel Big Fish live set list, and a DVD of a March 2006 live show that also includes documentary footage on the band. The DVD portion was directed by Jonathan London, who previously directed the music video for their song "Don't Start A Band".
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Lärm was a fast-core/straight edge band from Netherlands. The band broke up sometime around 1984 but reunited for some live shows a few times in the mid-2000s. Three of the members later formed Seein' Red. Siti
Fri, 12 Jul 2019 /. Lärm - CCL & D. Tiffany. CCL, D. Tiffany, LAU, Switch Nollie. Tue, 30 Jul 2019 /. ▩ Aspirin ▩ ▩ Normal Tamas (Live) ▩ Nyxa ▩ Kraak ▩ Clairsin Maximillian ▩. Normal Tamas LIVE, Nxya, Kraak, Clairsin Maximillian.
This live double-album from English blues-rock band Humble Pie was recorded over two days in May 1971 at the famous Fillmore East Club in Manhattan, which closed a month later. Humble Pie were made up of singer and guitarist Steve Marriott, guitarist Peter Frampton, bassist Greg Ridley and drummer Jerry Shirley. The Live! version of ‘No Woman, No Cry’ immediately became the definitive recording of the song, which is enough to earn its parent album a place among the best live albums. The recording also became Bob Marley’s first hit, reaching N. 2 in the UK chart when it was released as a single in 1975. It would later reach N. in the UK when it was re-released after Marley’s death, in 1981; while it never charted in the US, the song would later be ranked at N. 7 in Rolling Stone’s Greatest Songs Of All Time.
Holland's Lärm was a band that had something for everybody: sincere leftist politics, a strong straight edge philosophy, a lighthearted, humorous attitude, and most importantly devastating music played at never-before-heard speeds. They played "extreme noise" style: short, fast, and out of tune. The band known as Lärm evolved from other projects sometime around 1984. The line-up was Olav on drums, Paul on guitar, Jos on bass, and Dorien on vocals Holland's Lärm was a band that had something for everybody: sincere leftist.
|A||–Lärm||(Track Titles Unknown)|
|B5||–E.N.T.*||Show Us You Care|
|B6||–E.N.T.*||Carry On Screaming|
|B9||–E.N.T.*||Fucked Up System|
|B12||–E.N.T.*||Only In It For The Music|
Side A recorded live in Winkel W.J.N 19/2/88.
Side B recorded live at the Mermaid, Birmingham 16/5/88.
In consideration of the writings inside the sleeve obviously made in the Netherlands.
Probably released by the end of the 1980's.
Xeroxed b/w sleeve.