Friday, August 24, 2012

NEW RELEASE : Propaganda

ZTT and Salvo presents... Noise and Girls Come Out to Play, a compact introduction to Propaganda. A CD and digital release that's part Best Of, part sampler, part hindsight, part taste-of-things-to-come.

Noise and Girls Come Out to Play contains noise-shots from the records A Secret Wish, Wishful Thinking, Duel, Do Well, p:Machinery, the Nine Lives of Dr Mabuse and Propaganda's studio sessions during their years spent taping at Sarm Studios, 1983 to 1986.

Noise: Ralf Dörper, Andreas Thein. Girls: Claudia Brücken, Suzanne Freytag. Behind the scenes: Michael Mertens. Behind the screens: Anton Corbijn, Zbigniew Rybczynski.

The release date for Noise and Girls Come Out to Play is 10 September 2012.

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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Please take the time to read further down, where the someone makes assumptions about listeners in a quite derogatory manner, much the same as he does on his station, he has never grasped that not everyone wants to request a track to make them look clever, and in most cases would prefer to request something they want to hear, popular or obscure.  Requests should be about what someone wishes to hear, simply branding listeners that request popular tracks as somehow not being knowledgeable, is laughable and in many ways is simply insulting.  Tell me what is the point of having 36,000 tracks if someone cannot make a request of a more popular tune without it being negatively commented on.  Get over yourself.

Monday, August 20, 2012

Saturday, August 18, 2012


This one seems to have dropped off my radar for a while, I'm actually embarrassed given how much I love Toni Halliday, anyway here are some useful links and a video............better late than never I suppose.


Thursday, August 9, 2012

Ghosts - The Presets

"Ghosts" the first single to be taken from The Presets forthcoming album "Pacifica"

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Ed Sheeran, what a p**ck, another talentless wannabe that is under the illusion that he is somehow good enough to even grace the same venue as Pink Floyd.

I have to say that this story is almost as funny as The Guardian calling themselves a newspaper.  The end of the sham that is the Olympics won't come quickly enough for me, and I'm sure many others.  Mr Sheeran is yet another example of why the music industry has suffered falling sales, if all you sell is crap, don't be surprised if no one wants to pay for it.