Grave Disorder - The Damned

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Re: Grave Disorder - The Damned

Post by Burn e 77 » 10 Feb 2016, 20:45

Rockula wrote:
vanian wrote: with Anything to be honest in Dulce Decorum is the best track on it the others are not really up to much
One of favourite Damned songs hidden on my least favourite album.
One of my fave tunes too ... and The Eighth Day is a masterpiece of psychedelia! 8)
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Re: Grave Disorder - The Damned

Post by jason » 11 Feb 2016, 11:36

Yes Anything was a bit disappointing but I really like Phantasmagoria. I love that instrumental break in Street of Dreams its very Stranglersy! That's a great track.

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Re: Grave Disorder - The Damned

Post by Burn e 77 » 11 Feb 2016, 12:48

jason wrote:Yes Anything was a bit disappointing but I really like Phantasmagoria. I love that instrumental break in Street of Dreams its very Stranglersy! That's a great track.
JJ's quoted as saying that Phantasmagoria is a great album... :wink:
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Re: Grave Disorder - The Damned

Post by jetblacksdad » 11 Feb 2016, 14:28

Burn e 77 wrote:
jason wrote:Yes Anything was a bit disappointing but I really like Phantasmagoria. I love that instrumental break in Street of Dreams its very Stranglersy! That's a great track.
JJ's quoted as saying that Phantasmagoria is a great album... :wink:
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I loved it at the time but except for Shadow of Love and Street of dreams, I think it's rather weak in retrospect

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Re: Grave Disorder - The Damned

Post by jason » 11 Feb 2016, 16:11

The instrumental at the end is good and so is the spooky one, Sanctum something?

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Re: Grave Disorder - The Damned

Post by jetblacksdad » 11 Feb 2016, 17:57

Trojans and Sanctum Sanctorum.

Used to like the latter but grew tired of it.

Most albums have a croony Vanian track which I never get.

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Re: Grave Disorder - The Damned

Post by vanian » 11 Feb 2016, 18:19

its quite strange but when Phantasmagoria came out the tour was excellent but shadow and street of dreams were much more powerful live with Rat / Brynn & Roman than any other time i have seen them play those songs live with Pinch /Capt etc - even though i think that the latter are way better musicians - they started with curtain call on that tour into shadow of love 8)

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Re: Grave Disorder - The Damned

Post by Burn e 77 » 11 Feb 2016, 21:13

jetblacksdad wrote:Trojans and Sanctum Sanctorum.

Used to like the latter but grew tired of it.

Most albums have a croony Vanian track which I never get.

Sensisble. Now. There's an under appreciated guitar wrangler
Captain is a very accomplished musician and sogwriter, love his psychedelic wah wah guitar playing 8)
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