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    IRON MAIDEN - the trooper CAPITOL / EMI VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 15.08.2005

    Über Iron Maiden braucht man eigentlich nicht mehr sonderlich viel sagen, die Heavy Metal Pioniere sind allgemein bekannt. Als eine der wenigen überlebenden Bands der New Wave Of British Heavy Metal haben sie es über Jahre hinweg geschafft, sich fix in der internationalen Metalszene zu etablieren. Nachdem Anfang dieses Jahres mit der DVD „The Early Years“ und der Wiederveröffentlichung von „The Number Of The Beast“ bereits ein wenig Stimmung gemacht wurde, steht nun ein weiteres Greatest-Hits-Album sowie ein weiteres Live-Album mit dem Titel „Death On The Road“. Im Rahmen dieser Veröffentlichungen gibt es auch den Klassiker „The Trooper“ als Neuauflage. Schon der Beginn strotzt nur so vor Kraft in Reinkultur. Nachdem sich die Band ein wenig warm gespielt hat, schreit ein scheinbar entfesselter Bruce Dickinson, der vor kurzem ein weiteres Soloalbum auf den Markt gebracht hat, seinen Text ins Mikrophon, während die Mannschaft den Kahn auf Kurs hält und sauber vorantreibt. Natürlich gibt es eine Maiden-Hymne im klassischen Sinn mit einem kräftigen Riff und der notwendigen Portion Pathos in den Vocals und den Lyrics. Zudem werden ellenlange Soli präsentiert, die aus einem Zwischentief nochmals neu mobilisieren sollen. Sicherlich kein schlechter Track und ein anerkannter Klassiker, doch zum einen gibt es eben keine Neuerungen, und zum anderen haben Maiden doch noch stärkere Tracks auf Lager. Da hilft auch die B-Seite „Hallowed Be Thy Name“, ein paar Liveversionen und diverse Single-Ausgaben nix. Fans freuen sich daran, für Metaller ein guter Einstieg, aber man weiß, dass sie es besser können.

    MAXI-CD (8708620):

    01. The Trooper (Original)
    02. Prowler Live (Live 2005)
    03. Hallowed By They Name (Live 2005)
    04. Trooper Live (Enhanced Video)
    05. Hallowed By They Name (Live From Brixton - Enhanced Video)

    MAXI-CD UK (CDEM662):

    01. The Trooper - Live 2003
    02. The Trooper - Original
    03. The Prowler - Live 2005
    04. The Trooper - Live - CD-Rom Video
    05. The Trooper - Original - CD-Rom Video

    12" (12EM662):

    01. The Trooper - Live 2003
    02. The Trooper
    03. Murders In The Rue Morgue - Live 2005

    7" (EM662):

    01. The Trooper - Live 2003
    02. Another Life - Live 2005


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    Mike Oldfield - Light And Shade
    Veröffentlichung am 26.09.2005

    CD1: (Light)
    1. Angelique
    2. Blackbird
    3. The Gate
    4. First Steps
    5. Closer
    6. Our Father
    7. Rocky
    8. Sunset

    CD2: (Shade)
    1. Quicksilver
    2. Resolution
    3. Slipstream
    4. Surfing
    5. Tears Of An Angel
    6. Romance
    7. Ringscape
    8. Nightshade

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    ROLLING STONES - bossa n´stones WARNER 504678812 VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 15.08.2005

    CD album featuring 12 Stones classics given the electronic-tinged bossa nova treatment.

    01. Fool To Cry – Scubba - featuring Moana
    02. Let’s Spend The Night Together – Amazonics
    03. Out Of Time – Urban Love + Astrud G.
    04. Sympathy For The Devil – Freedom Dub - Pleased Remix
    05. Under My Thumb – Anakelly
    06. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction – Michelle Simonal
    07. Harlem Shuffle – Marvin Meets Banda Do Sul - Favela Remix
    08. Ruby Tuesday – Dual Sessions - The Dubby Mix
    09. Angie – Sao Vicente - featuring Uschi
    10. Miss You – Groove Da Praia - Back 2 Remixes
    11. Start Me Up/Brown Sugar – Corcovado Frequency - Remix
    12. Wild Horses – Karen Souza


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    PET SHOP BOYS - battleship potemkin PARLOPHONE / EMI 8744502 VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 05.09.2005

    01. Comrades!
    02. Men And Maggots
    03. Our Daily Bread
    04. Drama In The Harbour
    05. Nyet
    06. To The Shore
    07. Odessa
    08. No Time For Tears
    09. To The Battleship
    10. After All (The Odessa Staircase)
    11. Stormy Meetings
    12. Night Falls
    13. Full Steam Ahead
    14. The Squadron
    15. For Freedom


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    HUBERT KAH - psycho radio DA MUSIC 871721-2 VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 22.08.2005

    01. psycho radio (Radio Edit) 3.46
    02. psycho radio (X-Tended Version) 6.12
    03. psycho radio (Warp Acht Club Rmx) 6.55
    04. raketen (Warp Acht Elektropunk Rmx) 3.59




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    FIVE STAR - system addict 2005 TENT TR445472 VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 18.07.2005

    The Pearson family are back! The five-sibling hit machine scored 13 Top 20 hits between 1985 and 1988, before disappearing in a flurry of tabloid scandal and bankruptcy. Following a long and slow climb back into the public eye comes these remixes of their 1986 breakthrough No.3 hit ‘System Addict’.

    01. System Addict [Sleazesister 2005 Mix]
    02. System Addict [Shanghai Surprize Mix]
    03. Funktafied


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    MAI TAI - don´t forget to live VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 08.08.2005

    01. don´t forget to live (Almighty Radio Edit) 3'15"
    02. don´t forget to live (Almighty Mix) 6'26"
    03. don´t forget to live (Enhanced Video & Biography)


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    ALICE COOPER - a fistful of alice EMI 3349932 VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 15.08.2005

    01. School's Out - Live
    02. Under My Wheels - Live
    03. I'm Eighteen - Live
    04. Desperado - Live
    05. Lost In America - Live
    06. Teenage Lament '74 - Live
    07. I Never Cry - Live
    08. Poison - Live
    09. No More Mr. Nice Guy - Live
    10. Welcome To My Nightmare - Live
    11. Only Women Bleed - Live
    12. Feed My Frankenstein - Live
    13. Elected - Live
    14. Is Anyone Home?


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    die stimmen von BLUE SYSTEM:

    SYTEMS IN BLUE - point of no return SPECTRE RECORDS / UNIVERSAL VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 22.08.2005

    01. Point Of No Return (Single Version) 3:25
    02. Point Of No Return (Maxi-Version) 5:58
    03. Point Of No Return (Instrumental Version) 3:25


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    DEVO - live 1980 DVD & CD TARGET VIDEO / MUSIC VIDEO DISTRIBUTION U.S.A. 4442 VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: 30.08.2005

    The newest entry into the Devo catalog starts with an opening crawl attempting to contextualize the concert which follows. Proclaiming "de-evolution is real", the spudboys contrast the political climate of the day, when "a former actor in motion picture entertainment" ruled the land with his "oil-rich federation and fundamentalist Christian supporters". The crawl continues: "On this night in 1980 Devo had no idea that history would prove their cautionary vision to be so frighteningly correct. Now, 25 years later, the reign of President Reagan seems in retrospect like a ray of sunshine compared to the present day rule of Emperor 'W' and his fellow fundamentalist enemies around the world."

    And this is just the kind of subversive approach you expect from a band born out of the industrial wasteland of the late '70s Rust Belt. Presenting the August 17, 1980 show from the Phoenix Theater in Petaluma, California on the Freedom of Choice tour, Music Video Distributors and Devo, Inc. have put together a package that not only captures Devo at their apex, but also serves as a snapshot of a moment in time.

    Only the DVD portion of this Dual Disc release was accessible for review and, based on what was available, this is not a disc you purchase to show off your home theater. The video quality ranges from passable to unwatchable, but it's forgivable based on the source material, age, and historical significance of the show. The audio fares better, lending a gritty overlay to the music. The simplicity of the industrial stage set up serves as a means to showcase the music -- banks of lights from behind are the only distraction. Initially clad in their red energy domes and white jumpsuits, looking like refugees from a nuclear test site, the band rips through a 19-song main set that draws evenly from all three of their proper releases up to this point.

    Although "Whip It" wasn't released as a single until two months after the Petaluma show, the band had played it on their May 1980 appearance on ABC's Fridays, so the crowd is familiar with it. The opening crawl of Devo - Live 1980 is shown over the "Freedom of Choice Theme Song" (curiously uncredited by Music Video Distributors), which blends immediately into "Whip It", but despite the energy on stage and in the crowd, Devo seems to play the latter as if they are almost bored with it -- as if they already know this song will one day be both their biggest hit and critical albatross. The band overcomes this unintentional misstep with energized run-throughs of the likes of "Snowball" and "It's Not Right" and the deep album-cut "Swelling Itching Brain". It's here in particular that Mark Mothersbaugh's agitated geek rock moves begin to tear away at his protective suit, leaving him, and the audience, in tatters -- but begging for more -- by song's end.

    As expected, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" shines live. With Mothersbaugh on guitar for this one, his anxious, twitchy delivery is ratcheted up a notch from the already near-perfect studio version found on Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! and you're never really sure if this agitated, manic front man is going to reach fulfillment. By the time the band don their red tunics mid way through "Jocko Homo" (Jerry Casale in "D", Bob 2 in "E", Bob 1 in "V", Mothersbaugh in "O", and Alan Myers behind the drum kit), they prove to any holdouts in the crowd just what de-evolution is about with a preaching-to-the-converted edition of the song. Mothersbaugh works the crowd and the stage mercilessly through the call and response riddle of "O-hi-O" and "Are we not men?" The last song of the proper set, "Come Back Jonee", is a completely different beast live, similar to the way "Cross-Eyed and Painless" is transformed at the end of fellow CBGB's alum Talking Heads' landmark concert movie, Stop Making Sense, four years later. Both the band and audience are at a frenzied peak.

    The "encore" consists of film excerpts of General Boy accidentally beheading Booji Boy, who we next see in a chair with a doctor unwrapping the bandages on his new head. The movie screen rises and the newly reconstituted Booji Boy is live on-stage singing "Tunnel of Life", and the show closes with the "Devo Corporate Anthem".

    According to the press release accompanying the advance copy, the proper Dual Disc edition will contain two 5.1 audio mixes to choose from: a Bob Casale Mix and a Big Round Sound mix. DVD bonus concert footage of "Praying Hands" and "Shrivel Up" by Devo's alter-egos, Dove -- The Band of Love, from the M80 Concert in 1980 is also scheduled for inclusion. The audio-only side is slated to incorporate just the Bob Casale Mix. In spite of the video quality, Devo - Live 1980 is a worthwhile addition to any spudboy's collection for the remarkable fact that a record of the show even exists.

    "We must repeat 'D-E-V-O.'"

    DVD:

    01. Whip It
    02. Snowball
    03. It's Not Right
    04. Girl U Want
    05. Planet Earth
    06. S.I.B. (Swelling Itching Brain)
    07. Secret Agent Man
    08. Pink Pussycat
    09. Blockhead
    10. (I Cant Get No) Satisfaction
    11. Uncontrollable Urge
    12. Mongoloid
    13. Be Stiff
    14. Gates of Steel
    15. Freedom of Choice
    16. Jocko Homo
    17. Smart Patrol/ Mr.DNA
    18. Gut Feeling/Slap Your Mammy
    19. Come Back Jonee
    20. Tunnel of Life
    21. Devo Corporate Anthem

    CD:

    01. Whip It
    02. Snowball
    03. It's Not Right
    04. Girl U Want
    05. Planet Earth
    06. S.I.B. (Swelling Itching Brain)
    07. Secret Agent Man
    08. Pink Pussycat
    09. Blockhead
    10. (I Cant Get No) Satisfaction
    11. Uncontrollable Urge
    12. Mongoloid
    13. Be Stiff
    14. Gates of Steel
    15. Freedom of Choice
    16. Jocko Homo
    17. Smart Patrol/ Mr.DNA
    18. Gut Feeling/Slap Your Mammy
    19. Come Back Jonee
    20. Tunnel of Life
    21. Devo Corporate Anthem


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