The Unconscious Life - Peter Hammill - Enter K (Vinyl, LP, Album)


Download The Unconscious Life - Peter Hammill - Enter K (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1982
Label: Mercury - 6302 215 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Prog Rock


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9 thoughts on “ The Unconscious Life - Peter Hammill - Enter K (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Feb 06,  · Massively underrated album from Hammill, during his 'K Group' era. It contains some of what I consider his greatest songs: The Unconscious Life' and 'Accidents' in particular. Because of the band makeup it has a VDGG feel to it, and though it has a couple of mediocre tracks, nothing is bad, and the best tracks make it a must-have, IMHO/5(5).
  2. Label: Mercury - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Prog Rock Peter Hammill - Enter K (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore4/5(32).
  3. Massively underrated album from Hammill, during his 'K Group' era. It contains some of what I consider his greatest songs: The Unconscious Life' and 'Accidents' in particular. Because of the band makeup it has a VDGG feel to it, and though it has a couple of mediocre tracks, nothing is bad, and the best tracks make it a must-have, IMHO/5(5).
  4. K (Peter Hammill) Mozart (Nic Potter) Brain (Guy Evans) Fury (John Ellis) Jaxon (David Jackson) Track durations measured from the vinyl record. Mercury cat# taken from inner lyric bag although there is no mention of Mercury.4/5(34).
  5. referencing Enter K, CD, Album, RE, RM, FIE I recall Peter asserting that all the bonus material had been added to the CD reissues but here things have gone awry. "Seven Wonders" was the B side to the single "Film Noir" and was therefore likely to be a "Patient" out-take.
  6. I recall Peter asserting that all the bonus material had been added to the CD reissues but here things have gone awry. "Seven Wonders" was the B side to the single "Film Noir" and was therefore likely to be a "Patient" out-take.
  7. The usual Hammill combination of musical excellence and the deepest emotions this side of hell. Shades of David Bowie in "The Great Experiment" and "Happy Hour." Dramatically moody "Don't Tell Me" (which also appears, rearranged, on The Love Songs) contrasts with the upbeat, tongue-in-cheek "Paradox Drive."The centerpiece has to be "The Unconscious Life": the vast, full range of Hammill's.
  8. A powerful and lean album, combining Hammill's idiosyncratic style with the Post Punk spirit of the age, Enter K contains the classic ballad Don't Tell Me and the epic Happy Hour, a subsequent highlight of future Hammill concerts.
  9. Peter Hammill said that He handle "Enter K" and "Patience" as a entirety and I think He was a quite right. Both albums are very comparable in many aspects, so I'm really astonish in the fact, that "Patience" is a much popular LP. Just take a look at the songs like "The unconscious life" and "D (read more)/5(5).

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