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    20th July 2017, 02:15 PM
    For this week’s installment of Vintage Video, we offer up what was, at the time, the final performance by Jane’s Addiction, a concert on Sept. 26, 1991, in Honolulu that saw frontman Perry Farrell and drummer Stephen Perkins strip completely naked for several songs at the end of the main set. And Farrell, it should be noted, had no drum kit to hide behind. Though this video is billed on YouTubeas featuring the full concert, it is actually missing “Thank You Boys” and “Ocean Size” — but you will get a very much NSFW (albeit pretty grainy) view of Farrell during “Then She Did…,” “Mountain Song” and “Stop!” The performance marked the end of touring for Ritual de lo Habitual, and would be the end of Jane’s itself until the band regrouped, with Flea replacing bassist Eric Avery, in 1997 (Avery would briefly rejoin in 2008). Watch the performance below via uploader Oscar Devon. Setlist: Jane’s Addiction, Aloha Tower, Honolulu, HI, 9/26/91 1. “Up the Beach” 2. “Whores” 3. “Standing in the Shower… Thinking” 4. “Ain’t No Right” 5. “Thank You Boys” 6. “Three Days” 7. “Been Caught Stealing” 8. “L.A. Medley” 9. “Then She Did…” 10. “Mountain Song” 11. “Stop!” 12. “Ocean Size” 13. “Chip Away” PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Vintage Video: R.E.M. tears up pre-‘Murmur’ set in earliest known pro-shoot footage Vintage Video: Watch The Cure’s rare, out-of-print 1984 concert film ‘Live in Japan’ Vintage Video: ‘Drums and Wires’-era XTC live performance captured by French TV Vintage Video: The Sisters of Mercy’s out-of-print Royal Albert Hall concert film ‘Wake’ More...
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    20th July 2017, 02:15 PM
                 Peter Hook & The Light this week announced a 28-date North American tour for the spring of 2018, a trek that once again will see the band performing Joy Division’s and New Order’s classic Substance compilation albums front to back each night. The tour opens April 26 in Philadelphia and runs through a June 4 stop in St. Petersburg, Fla., hitting dates across the United States and into Canada along the way. All of those shows will feature the two Substance sets except for a May 18 concert in Los Angeles that will see Hook performing Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures and Closer albums. Tickets for all dates go on sale Friday. See full dates below. Peter Hook & The Light ‘Substance’ 2018 tour dates: April 26: Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA April 27: Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn, NY April 28: Paradise Rock Club, Boston, MA April 30: Theatre Fairmount, Montreal, QC May 1: The Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON May 3: Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak, MI May 4: Metro Chicago, IL May 7: First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN May 8: Venue, Vancouver, BC May 10: Neptune Theatre, Seattle, WA May 11: Wonder Ballroom, Portland, OR May 12: The Warfield, San Francisco, CA May 14: Brooklyn Bowl, Las Vegas, NV May 15: Metro Music Hall, Salt Lake City, UT May 17: The Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ May 18: The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA * May 19: House of Blues, San Diego, CA May 21: Ace Of Spades, Sacramento, CA May 22: Granada Theater, Dallas, TX May 23: Mohawk Austin, TX May 25: Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC May 26: The Orange Peel, Asheville, NC May 27: Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA May 29: Exit/In, Nashville, TN May 30: Paper Tiger, San Antonio, TX May 31: Warehouse Live, Houston, TX June 3: The Plaza Live, Orlando, FL June 4: State Theatre, St. Petersburg, FL * Performing ‘Unknown Pleasures’ and ‘Closer’ PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Peter Hook to release 4 new live albums of Joy Division, New Order classics Listen: Peter Hook and Andy Rourke talk New Order, The Smiths, Manchester and more Peter Hook to perform complete works of Joy Division on 35th anniversary of Ian Curtis’ death Video: Peter Hook and The Mission’s Wayne Hussey perform New Order’s ‘Temptation’ More...
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    20th July 2017, 01:10 PM
    The upcoming expanded reissue of The Smiths’ classic 1986 album The Queen is Dead, it turns out, will be bigger than originally thought. Rhino Records this morning formally announced the first-ever expanded reissue from the legendary band, revealing that it will be be released as a 3CD/1DVD boxed set and feature a previously unreleased live album. Initial reports about the expanded reissue — based on an early, and since deleted, listing on Amazon in the UK — showed it being a 2CD/1DVD set, with no mention of the live album that makes up the third disc. The Queen is Dead reissue will arrive Oct. 20 on digital and streaming, and these three physical formats: Deluxe 3CD/1DVD boxed set: Features a new 2017 remastering of the album on one disc; a second disc with 13 demos, B-sides and alternate versions, eight of which are previously unreleased; and a third disc with the 13-track, previously unreleased Live in Boston album, which was recorded Aug. 5, 1986 (it’s not the full show). The DVD features the 2017 remastering of the album in 96kHz/24-bit PCM stereo and “The Queen Is Dead — A Film By Derek Jarman.” 2CD version: Features the 2017 remastering of the album on one disc, and the 13 additional demos, B-sides and alternate versions on the second disc. 5LP boxed set: Features the 2017 remastering of the album, the demos, B-sides and alternate versions, and the Live in Boston album spread over five records. In a statement accompanying the announcement of the reissue, Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr says: “The Queen Is Dead was epic to make and epic to live.” Morrissey, the band’s former frontman, adds: “You cannot continue to record and simply hope that your audience will approve, or that average critics will approve, or that radio will approve. You progress only when you wonder if an abnormally scientific genius would approve — and this is the leap The Smiths took with The Queen Is Dead.” The band has been leading up to this reissue all year, first with a Record Store Day 7-inch featuring the previously unreleased “demo mix” of Queen is Dead track “The Boy with the Thorn In His Side,” and the “early Drone Studios version” of “Rubber Ring,” later compiled on Louder Than Bombs. Then, on June 16, the 31st anniversary of The Queen is Dead’s release, new 7-inch and 12-inch singles of the album’s title track appeared in U.K. record shops, each with previously released B-sides. And on Wednesday, the band released the previously unreleased “Take 1” version of “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out” that’s included on the set (stream it here). Below, check out the full tracklist for the expanded Queen is Dead reissue and the new artwork. Tracklist: The Smiths, The Queen is Dead Disc 1: Original Album — 2017 Remaster 1. “The Queen Is Dead” 2. “Frankly, Mr. Shankly” 3. “I Know It’s Over” 4. “Never Had No One Ever” 5. “Cemetry Gates” 6. “Bigmouth Strikes Again” 7. “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side” 8. “Vicar In A Tutu” 9. “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” 10. “Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others” Disc 2: Additional Recordings 1. “The Queen Is Dead” (Full Version) 2. “Frankly, Mr. Shankly” (Demo) 3. “I Know It’s Over” (Demo) 4. “Never Had No One Ever” (Demo) 5. “Cemetry Gates” (Demo) 6. “Bigmouth Strikes Again” (Demo) 7. “Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others” (Demo) 8. “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side” (Demo Mix) 9. “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” (Take 1) 10. “Rubber Ring” (B-side) 11. “Asleep” (B-side) 12. “Money Changes Everything” (B-side) 13. “Unloveable” (B-side) Tracks 1-7 and 9 previously unreleased. Track 8 released on 7-inch for Record Store Day. Tracks 10 and 11 are 2017 masters of B-sides from “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side” Tracks 12 and 13 are 2017 masters of B-sides from “Bigmouth Strikes Again” Disc 3: Live In Boston (Previously Unreleased) 1. “How Soon Is Now?” 2. “Hand In Glove” 3. “I Want The One I Can’t Have” 4. “Never Had No One Ever” 5. “Stretch Out And Wait” 6. “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side” 7. “Cemetry Gates” 8. “Rubber Ring/What She Said/Rubber Ring” 9. “Is It Really So Strange?” 10. “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” 11. “That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore” 12. “The Queen Is Dead” 13. “I Know It’s Over” Recorded at Great Woods Center For The Performing Arts on August 5, 1986 DVD: The Queen Is Dead on 96kHz / 24-bit PCM stereo The Queen Is Dead — A Film by Derek Jarman PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Listen: The Smiths debut unreleased ‘There Is A Light That Never Goes Out’ (Take 1) The Smiths’ ‘The Queen is Dead’ expected to receive expanded 2CD/1DVD reissue this fall Watch: Jack Lowden is Morrissey in first trailer for upcoming ‘England is Mine’ biopic The absolute best of The Smiths: All 70 songs ranked by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ readers The Smiths’ ‘The Queen is Dead’ getting new 7- and 12-inch vinyl releases next week? More...
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    19th July 2017, 06:51 PM
    The 80th track on our free download compilation “Face The Beat: Session 4” (featuring 92 tracks) is by the Russian dark electro / aggrotech act Thornsectide. Thornsectide was formed in... More...
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    19th July 2017, 06:07 PM
    Los Angeles, CA based electronic/industrial artist Android Lust has announced the release of her 6th studio album “Berlin (Crater Vol 2)”. Regarding the album Shikhee D’iordna says:... More...
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    19th July 2017, 05:27 PM
    Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD) are back! The second single to be taken from OMD’s forthcoming album “The Punishment of Luxury”, after the earlier released “La... More...
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    19th July 2017, 02:40 PM
    There’s not yet been an official announcement of the upcoming expanded reissue of The Smiths’ 1986 album The Queen is Dead, yet the band’s Facebook page today debuted one of the bonus cuts on that set: the so-called “Take 1” of “There is a Light That Never Goes Out.” The song is now available via all major streaming services, including Spotify (see below). It’s very similar to the beloved end result on The Queen is Dead, but does include Morrissey singing the original outro refrain, “There is a light in your eyes and it never goes out.” Based on now-deleted Amazon listings in the U.K., the 2CD/1DVD reissue is due out Oct. 20 and will include a 2017 mastering of the original album on one disc, and a second disc featuring 13 demos, mixes, alternate takes and B-sides. There was no indication of the DVD’s contents. That’s the new cover art posted above. Listen to the unreleased version of “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out” below via Spotify. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS The Smiths’ ‘The Queen is Dead’ expected to receive expanded 2CD/1DVD reissue this fall Watch: Jack Lowden is Morrissey in first trailer for upcoming ‘England is Mine’ biopic The absolute best of The Smiths: All 70 songs ranked by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ readers The Smiths’ ‘The Queen is Dead’ getting new 7- and 12-inch vinyl releases next week? More...
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    19th July 2017, 02:40 PM
                 Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark today released the second official single off the group’s upcoming album The Punishment of Luxury — the title track, which is accompanied by a brand-new animated video that you can watch below. The track follows the release of first single “Isotype” in late May, and the teaser of non-single “La Mitrailleuse.” The new album — OMD’s first since 2013’s English Electric — is due out Sept. 1 via White Noise Records. The “Punishment of Luxury” single is now available digitally on all download and streaming platforms. In announcing the new single and video, OMD’s Andy McCluskey says: “Most people in the Western world are materially better off than their predecessors ever were and yet we are unhappier. Now we have many possessions we don’t need because we’ve been persuaded to buy. This is the punishment of luxury.” The “Punishment of Luxury” single also will be released on 12-inch vinyl on Oct. 13. It’ll be limited to 1,000 copies worldwide and will include an extended mix of the single and the B-side “Lampe Licht.” Watch the new video below. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Listen: OMD, ‘Isotype’ — classic-sounding new single off ‘The Punishment of Luxury’ OMD announces ‘The Punishment of Luxury’ album, tour — hear first new song off record OMD’s ‘Junk Culture’ reissue to include B-sides, remixes, 5 unreleased tracks Premiere: OMD, ‘Night Café’ (Vile Electrodes ‘B-Side the C-Side’ Remix) More...
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    19th July 2017, 02:04 PM
    Director Mike Brook’s “warts and all” documentary on Steve Kilbey of The Church — based on the frontman’s memoir, and titled “Something Quite Peculiar: The Life & Times of Steve Kilbey” — will premiere next month at the Melbourne International Film Festival in Australia. A minute-long teaser of the film can be seen below. The 85-minute documentary will be introduced at the Aug. 5 and 9 festival screenings by Brook and Kilbey, and both will participate in post-screening Q&As to discuss the project. According to the film’s description on the festival website: By any metric Steve Kilbey, frontman of Oz rock pioneers The Church, has been one of Australia’s most prolific and influential musicians. Over 40 years he’s released more than 750 songs across almost 50 albums, earning himself endless accolades and a place in the ARIA Hall of Fame. But most people know him for his 1988 international hit, Under the Milky Way – a self-described “accident”, which kickstarted a lost decade of heroin addiction and would eventually cost him his family and almost his mind. Watch the teaser below. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS The Church sets 29-date North American tour in support of ‘Man Woman Life Death Infinity’ Listen: The Church releases new song ‘Another Century’ off still-untitled next album The Church returns to the U.S. this summer for ‘limited run’ of concerts Watch: The Church’s Steve Kilbey covers The Cure classics ‘Pictures of You,’ ‘Love Song’ More...
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    18th July 2017, 06:55 PM
    Genre/Influences: Electro, pop, electro-rock, dance-pop. Background/Info: Amuza Producciones is a small label hailing from Spain, which has released a few productions. You maybe have discovered bands... More...
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    18th July 2017, 06:55 PM
    The 80th track on our free download compilation “Face The Beat: Session 4” (featuring 92 tracks) is by the excellent Nashville, TN based female-fronted industrial synthpop act The... More...
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    18th July 2017, 06:16 PM
    Laibach have released the video for “Vor Sonnen-Aufgang”, taken from their latest album “Also Sprach Zarathustra”, out now and available here on vinyl too. The video is directed by the... More...
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    18th July 2017, 03:18 PM
                 The Waterboys have debuted the first single off the band’s upcoming double album, an upbeat, 3 1/2-minute track called “If the Answer is Yeah!” that delivers on bandleader Mike Scott’s promise to employ more modern production values and styles in his new music. The track, which you can stream below, is the first to emerge from the 23-song Out Of All This Blue that will be released Sept. 8 by BMG digitally and on double CD and double vinyl, as well as deluxe triple CD and triple vinyl editions with 11 bonus tracks. Scott has said his new songs feature “echoes of classic R&B, country, soul and funk … underpinned by modern hip-hop production values and rhythms.” Check out the new song below. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS The Waterboys announce hip-hop influenced double album ‘Out Of All This Blue’ The Waterboys to release new double album in September, tour the U.S. in 2018 ‘Best cover we’ve ever had’: Watch The Waterboys play Prince’s ‘Purple Rain’ live on BBC The Waterboys announce initial dates for band’s ‘longest American tour ever’ More...
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    18th July 2017, 02:32 PM
                 Ministry will support the release this fall of its 14th studio album AmeriKKKant by co-headlining a U.S. tour with electro-industrial hip-hop duo Death Grips, a trek that will open Oct. 13 in Worcester, Mass., and keep the two groups on the road through Nov. 11 in Dallas, Texas. The new Ministry album  is available for pre-order now via PledgeMusic in a variety of bundles that top out at $10,000 — a price that’ll get you a digital download of the new album and one of your own songs remixed and given “that Ministry sound” by Al Jourgensen himself. Jourgensen and Co., who’ve famously eschewed most of their pre-2000 catalog when playing live, will offer up tracks off at least one of their albums from the last century. In a post on Facebook last week marking the 25th anniversary of the release of Psalm 69, the band said, “We’ll be playing 3 songs off this record at our upcoming shows.” But just what oldies Ministry trots out remains to be seen. See the full tour dates below. Ministry and Death Grips tour dates: Oct. 13: The Palladium, Worcester, MA Oct. 14: Electric Factory , Philadelphia, PA Oct. 16: Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn, NY Oct. 17: Terminal 5, New York, NY Oct. 19: The Fillmore, Silver Spring, MD Oct. 20: Agora Theatre, Cleveland, OH Oct. 21: Stage AE – Indoor, Pittsburgh, PA Oct. 23: Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak, MI Oct. 24: Express Live! Indoor Pavilion, Columbus, OH Oct. 26: Skyway Theatre, Minneapolis, MN Oct. 27: Uptown Theater, Kansas City, MO Oct. 29: Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO Oct. 30: The Complex, Salt Lake City, UT Nov. 1: Showbox SoDo, Seattle, WA Nov. 2: Roseland Theater.  Portland, OR Nov. 4: Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA Nov. 5: Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA Nov. 7: The Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ Nov. 8: El Rey Theatre, Albuquerque, NM Nov. 10: White Oak Music Hall – Outside, Houston, TX Nov. 11: Gas Monkey Live!, Dallas, TX PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Listen: Ministry releases (mostly) full show from ‘In Case You Didn’t Feel Like Showing Up’ Pay $10,000 for Ministry’s new ‘AmeriKKKant’ and Al Jourgensen will remix your song Ministry’s ‘Same Old Madness’ finally released on ‘Twelve Inch Singles 1981-1984’ reissue Watch Al Jourgensen moonlight as a TV weatherman ahead of new Ministry tour, live album More...
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    18th July 2017, 02:32 PM
    Rhino Records today announced it will release a live double album recorded by the beloved original lineup of The Replacements, a fabled February 1986 show at Maxwell’s in Hoboken, N.J., that found the band blasting through a 29-song set of album tracks, B-sides and covers. The release, For Sale: Live at Maxwell’s 1986, had been hinted at on the band’s Facebook page for the last week or so. The album will be released Oct. 6 as a 2CD and 2LP set, as well as digital download and streaming. It’s the band’s first live album since 1985’s cassette-only The Shit Hits the Fans. According to Rhino’s announcement of the album: The show at Maxwell’s would prove to be one of the last great performances by the four original members of the Replacements, a much beloved line-up including Bob Stinson on guitar, before his departure from the band in 1986. The songs they played spanned the band’s entire history while giving prominence to new material from Tim, including “Bastards Of Young,” “Left Of The Dial” and “Kiss Me On The Bus.” Mixed in were favorites like “I Will Dare” from Let It Be (1984) and “Color Me Impressed” from Hootenanny (1983). But it was songs from the band’s first album — Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash (1981) — that seemed to summon their best on furious versions of “Takin’ A Ride” and “I’m In Trouble.” The show was recorded on a 24-track mobile studio at the time, but never released. The master tapes sat in Warner Music’s vaults until 2007, when they were given a “proper mix,” though it would take another 10 years before the live set would see release. Replacements biographer Bob Mehr writes in the album’s liner notes: “Now, a decade later, and more than 30 years after the original concert, Replacements For Sale finally offers high-fidelity proof of the peculiar alchemy and unadulterated majesty of one of rock and roll’s greatest bands.” Head over to Rolling Stone to hear the premiere of the live version of “Can’t Hardly Wait,” and see the full For Sale: Live at Maxwell’s 1986 tracklist below. Tracklist: The Replacements, For Sale: Live at Maxwell’s 1986 Disc 1 1. “Hayday” 2. “Color Me Impressed” 3. “Dose Of Thunder” 4. “Fox On The Run” 5. “Hold My Life” 6. “I Will Dare” 7. “Favorite Thing” 8. “Unsatisfied” 9. “Can’t Hardly Wait” 10. “Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out” 11. “Takin’ A Ride” 12. “Bastards Of Young” 13. “Kiss Me On The Bus” 14. “Black Diamond” Disc 2 1. “Johnny’s Gonna Die” 2. “Otto” 3. “I’m In Trouble” 4. “Left Of The Dial” 5. “God Damn Job” 6. “Answering Machine” 7. “Waitress In The Sky” 8. “Take Me Down To The Hospital” 9. “Gary’s Got A Boner” 10. “If Only You Were Lonely” 11. “Baby Strange” 12. “Hitchin’ A Ride” 13. “Nowhere Man” 14. “Go” 15. “Fuck School” PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Listen: Paul Westerberg’s ‘Got it Made’ with bouncy new solo synth track ‘Coming soon’: The Replacements appear to be up to something… but what, exactly? Listen: Exclusive uncut interview with Tommy Stinson from Rockin’ the Suburbs podcast Twin/Tone opens its vaults on YouTube: The Replacements, Suicide Commandos and more Tommy Stinson’s Bash & Pop announce U.S. dates in support of ‘Anything Could Happen’ The Replacements announce 8-disc album collection, edit Rhino Records’ press release More...
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    18th July 2017, 01:58 PM
    Felt, with Mick Bund pictured second from right Mick Bund, who served as bassist for indie-pop favorites Felt in the late ’80s, played with Sarah Cracknell in her pre-Saint Etienne group Prime Time and went on to front Mexico 70 in the ’90s, died suddenly last week, according to a statement from Felt mastermind Lawrence. Bund played with Felt for a couple years, appearing on the group’s 1988 album The Pictorial Jackson Review. In his statement, Lawrence offered “deepest condolences to his wealth of family and friends,” and saluted his “phenomenal bass” on the band’s eighth album. After Felt, in the ’90s, Bund formed Mexico 70, releasing a pair of EPs, which were complied as the 1994 album The Dust Has Come To Stay, then recorded a second album, 1997’s Imperial Comet Hour. Felt’s Facebook page on Monday posted the following statement: St. Etienne’s Facebook page also shared a tribute from Cracknell to her former bandmate: Below, some music by Felt and Mexico 70 featuring Bund: More...
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    18th July 2017, 04:11 AM
    In the wake of last month’s surprise release of a new “The Queen is Dead” single, The Smiths’ Facebook page has been hinting that something more is in the works involving the band’s beloved 1986 album. And today, it seems, came the first evidence of what many have suspected: The Queen is Dead will, at long last, receive an expanded reissue. According to fansite morrissey-solo.com, since-deleted listings for a 2CD/1DVD reissue of the album appeared on Amazon.co.uk today showing the release will include a 2017 mastering of the original album on one disc, and a second disc featuring 13 demos, mixes, alternate takes and B-sides — some of which are previously unreleased. There was no indication of the DVD’s contents. On June 16, the 31st anniversary of The Queen is Dead’s release, new 7-inch and 12-inch singles of the album’s title track appeared in U.K. record shops, each with previously released B-sides. This followed the Record Store Day release of a 7-inch featuring the previously unreleased “demo mix” of Queen is Dead track “The Boy with the Thorn In His Side,” and the “early Drone Studios version” of “Rubber Ring,” later compiled on Louder Than Bombs. Last Thursday, The Smiths’ Facebook page posted a black-and-white image with only the hashtag #TQID — the acronym for The Queen is Dead. Today, another black-and-white image, again with the #TQID hashtag. Fans have speculated the images, seen below, are part of new artwork for the reissue. Check out the CD tracklist for the expanded reissue as seen on Amazon today. Tracklist: The Smiths, The Queen is Dead reissue Disc 1 1. “The Queen is Dead” (2017 Master) 2. “Frankly, Mr. Shankly” (2017 Master) 3. “I Know It’s Over” (2017 Master) 4. “Never Had No One Ever” (2017 Master) 5. “Cemetry Gates” (2017 Master) 6. “Bigmouth Strikes Again” (2017 Master) 7. “The Boy With the Thorn in His Side” (2017 Master) 8. “Vicar in a Tutu” (2017 Master) 9. “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out” (2017 Master) 10. “Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others” (2017 Master) Disc 2 1. “The Queen is Dead” (Full Version) 2. “Frankly, Mr. Shankly” (Demo) 3. “I Know It’s Over” (Demo) 4. “No One Had No One Ever” (Demo) 5. “Cemetry Gates” (Demo) 6. “Bigmouth Strikes Again” (Demo) 7. “Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others” (Demo) 8. “The Boy With the Thorn In His Side” (Demo Mix) 9. “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out” (Take 1) 10. “Rubber Ring” (Single B-Side) 11. “Asleep” (Single B-Side) 12. “Money Changes Everything” (Single B-Side) 13. “Unloveable” (Single B-Side) DVD Contents not yet known PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Watch: Jack Lowden is Morrissey in first trailer for upcoming ‘England is Mine’ biopic The absolute best of The Smiths: All 70 songs ranked by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ readers The Smiths’ ‘The Queen is Dead’ getting new 7- and 12-inch vinyl releases next week? Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Best of The Smiths: Vote for your favorite songs by Morrissey & Marr Listen: The Smiths’ Record Store Day 7-inch with 2 previously unreleased demos ‘Trump will kill America’ etched into vinyl of The Smiths’ Record Store Day single More...
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    18th July 2017, 03:26 AM
                 Depeche Mode today announced the cancellation of the group’s Global Spirit Tour stop in Minsk, Belarus, tonight due to what it only described as “a band member illness” — and promised fans that efforts would be made to reschedule the concert later in the tour. The band’s representatives offered no more specific information, though Russian state media reported the concert was canceled because frontman Dave Gahan had been hospitalized with an intestinal disorder. Here’s Depeche Mode’s full statement: We regretfully announce that due to band member illness, Depeche Mode will be unable to perform tonight’s show at Minsk Arena in Minsk, Belarus. We are currently looking at all options to reschedule this show for later in the tour. We expect to be able to give an update on this within the next week. We ask all fans holding tickets for tonight’s show to stand by for further information regarding the rescheduling of the show and/or refunds. Our apologies to all fans in Minsk and we thank you for your understanding and patience. The band played Moscow on Saturday night — a concert Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny had lamented he’d miss due to being jailed — and had just announced plans to return to Russia’s capital on Feb. 25; a rescheduled Belarus concert, should that happen, likely would take place around then. Depeche Mode is next scheduled to perform Wednesday night in Kiev, Ukraine. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Jailed Russian opposition leader laments he’ll miss Depeche Mode concert in Moscow Trent Reznor on seeing Depeche Mode in 1986: ‘It was spiritual and truly magic’ Watch: Depeche Mode covers David Bowie’s ‘Heroes’ at ‘Spirit’ tour opener — full setlist Listen: Dave Gahan talks ’70s punk, formation of Depeche Mode on Nerdist podcast More...
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    17th July 2017, 09:19 PM
    The British band Depeche Mode is currently on a huge tour around the world (first leg of the Global Spirit Tour). Unfortunately today’s concert had to be cancelled due to serious illness of... More...
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    17th July 2017, 08:46 PM
    The 79th track on our free download compilation “Face The Beat: Session 4” (featuring 92 tracks) is by the German dark electro cult act The Psychic Force. The Psychic Force is one of... More...
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    17th July 2017, 06:43 PM
    Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the breakthrough club hit “Corporate Slave”, Snog now presents “Corporate Slave 2525”, a super charged single CD. The CD offers 16 new... More...
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    17th July 2017, 06:07 PM
    The Klinik (or Klinik as you want) no longer has Dirk Ivens in the line-up so it seems. The duo Marc Verhaeghen and Mark Burghgraeve (member of the band in 1981–82, 1995, present) have been working... More...
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    17th July 2017, 01:50 PM
    The Violent Femmes’ co-headlining tour of the U.S. with Echo & The Bunnymen got underway last week, and while the band was in New York, the trio stopped by “CBS This Morning” for an interview and live session that aired on the morning show’s Saturday edition. Co-founders Gordon Gano and Brian Ritchie discussed the band’s history, breakups and longevity with host Anthony Mason, and the group — including new drummer John Sparrow, playing brushes on a BBQ grill, and one of the Horns of Dilemma — performed “Kiss Off” from the band’s 1983 debut, “American Music” off 1991’s Why Do Birds Sing? and “I’m Nothing” from 1994’s New Times. The Femmes, who released a new live album earlier this morning, continue their nearly month-long tour with the Bunnymen tonight in Pittsburgh (see full dates). Below, check out the live performance clips, and the interview. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Violent Femmes to release ‘Unplugged & Unhinged’ live album ahead of Bunnymen tour Violent Femmes and Echo & The Bunnymen plot North American co-headlining tour Violent Femmes prep EP, debut ‘Love Love Love Love Love’ — first new song in 15 years Dresden Dolls’ Brian Vigilone replaces Victor DeLorenzo in reunited Violent Femmes Violent Femmes on Coachella reunion: ‘It will be a monstrous thing of beauty’ More...
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    17th July 2017, 12:36 PM
                 Record Rack: A round-up of the week’s new albums, expanded reissues and/or box sets, appearing each Monday on Slicing Up Eyeballs. All releases due out this Friday unless noted. RamonesRELEASE: Leave Home: 40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition BACKSTORY: The Ramones’ second album is reissued in a 3CD/1LP set that includes a remastering of the original album and a brand-new mix by original engineer Ed Stasium, as well a heap of previously unreleased bonus material. BUY: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, iTunes PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS New releases: Violent Femmes live record, plus new double album from the Melvins New releases: The Cure on vinyl, plus ‘C88’ and ‘Silhouettes & Statues’ box sets New releases: Prince’s ‘Purple Rain’ expanded, plus Lou Reed, John Cale, Nico live set New releases: Alison Moyet, Ride, David Bowie, Simple Minds, Big Star and more More...
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    17th July 2017, 06:04 AM
    “Dark Wave,” hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Matt Sebastian, airs 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. EDT every Sunday on Sirius XM satellite radio’s 1st Wave (Channel 33). The most recent two episodes also are available via Sirius XM’s On Demand service for online subscribers. Pictured: The Mission HOUR 1 The Smiths, “Barbarism Begins at Home” (Meat is Murder) Cocteau Twins, “Blood Bitch” (Garlands) Death Cult, “Too Young (Riders in the Snow)” (Ghost Dance) Killing Joke, “Eighties” (Live) (BBC In Concert) A Split-Second, “Rigor Mortis” (Ballistic Statues) Gary Numan, “My Name is Ruin” (Savage: Songs From a Broken World) Ministry, “Lay Lady Lay” (Filth Pig) John Foxx, “Europe After the Rain” (The Garden) Depeche Mode, “John the Revelator” (Playing the Angel) The Birthday Party, “She’s Hit” (Live) (Live 81-82) The The, “Armageddon Days (Are Here Again)” (Mind Bomb) Bauhaus, “Slice of Life” (Burning From the Inside) The Mission, “Butterfly on a Wheel” (Carved in Sand) HOUR 2 Mission of Burma, “Academy Fight Song” (Signals, Calls and Marches) ESG, “Moody (Cut Down)” (Come Away with ESG) Fad Gadget, “Lady Shave” (Make Room) Revolting Cocks, “Drums Along the Carbide” (Trax! Rarities) Inca Babies, “Grunt Cadillac Hotel” (Grunt Cadillac Hotel) Folk Devils, “Art Ghetto” (Goodnight Irony) Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Nicotine Stain” (The Scream) Ghost Dance, “The Grip of Love” (The Grip of Love) The Sisters of Mercy, “Anaconda” (Some Girls Wander By Mistake) Big Black, “Racer X” (Racer-X) Modern English, “After the Snow” (After the Snow) The House of Love, “Shine On” (Live) (Live at the BBC) Alien Sex Fiend, “Now I’m Feeling Zombified” (Curse) Love and Rockets, “Love Me” (Live) (Assorted!) The Cleaners From Venus, “Only a Shadow” (Midnight Cleaners) 1919, “Repulsion” (The Complete Collection) HOUR 3 Joy Division, “Heart and Soul” (Closer) Anne Clark, “Heaven” (Pressure Points) Fingerprintz, “Punchy Judy” (Ten Best) Front 242, “Im Rhythmus Bleiben” (Front By Front) The Cure, “This Twilight Garden” (Join the Dots) Abecedarians, “Beneath the City of Hedonistic Bohemians” (Eureka) David J, “Nature Boy” (Songs From Another Season) The Jesus and Mary Chain, “Never Understand” (Psychocandy) Wire, “Ahead” (Wire 1985-1990: The A List) Gang of Four, “Damaged Goods” (Entertainment!) Echo & The Bunnymen, “All My Colours” (Heaven Up Here) The Chameleons, “Less Than Human” (Script of the Bridge) Lords of the New Church, “Holy War” (Holy War) For Against, “Paperwhites” (December) The March Violets, “Crow Baby” (The Botanic Verses) Clan of Xymox, “No Words” (Clan of Xymox) New Order, “Vanishing Point” (Technique) Requests for next week? Please leave them in the comments below. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (7/9/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (7/2/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (6/25/17) Playlist: Sirius XM’s ‘Dark Wave’ — hosted by Slicing Up Eyeballs (6/18/17) More...
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    15th July 2017, 03:38 PM
    As The Replacements build suspense about something “coming soon,” Paul Westerberg today released the second new song in a week from his own mysterious new project, a bouncy pop number called “Got it Made” that rides along on synths and a simple drum-machine beat. The song is much more accessible than the track shared Monday by Soundcloud user 964848511 and posted to a site titled Dry Wood Garage, a presumed play on Westerberg’s publishing company Dry Wood Music. That song had been uploaded as “2HAWK_1,” but has been retitled “Hawk Ripping At Your Throat.” Check out the new song below. PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS ‘Coming soon’: The Replacements appear to be up to something… but what, exactly? Listen: Exclusive uncut interview with Tommy Stinson from Rockin’ the Suburbs podcast Twin/Tone opens its vaults on YouTube: The Replacements, Suicide Commandos and more Tommy Stinson’s Bash & Pop announce U.S. dates in support of ‘Anything Could Happen’ The Replacements announce 8-disc album collection, edit Rhino Records’ press release More...
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    14th July 2017, 12:42 PM
    Two years after their reunion fizzled out, The Replacements’ sporadically used Twitter and Facebook accounts recently began teasing… well, something… by sharing photos of the band performing in 1986 — the most recent of which bore the caption “Coming soon.” It began last Friday evening, with a black-and-white photo of the ‘Mats performing shared on the band’s Facebook page with a caption that simply said “1986.” In the photo, Paul Westerberg and Tommy Stinson are turned away from the camera, and Bob Stinson is wearing a trenchcoat. The same photo, seen above, was tweeted from @thereplacements the following day — the first tweet from the band’s account in more than a year (its Facebook page is used more frequently). Then, in a 15-minute span on Thursday afternoon, another photo was shared by the band’s official Facebook and Twitter accounts, this time a tighter shot of Westerberg and Bob Stinson, taken, judging by their matching wardrobe (that trenchcoat again), from the same show as the previous photo. This time the caption said: “Coming soon…” In an article about the mysterious release of a new Westerberg song earlier this week, Minneapolis Star-Tribune music writer Chris Riemenschneider noted the first of the two 1986 images shared via the ‘Mats social media channels, and speculated that, “It’s likely this is the first warning of news to come on a new — and long overdue — archive live recording series from the band.” The hints also have not gone unnoticed by Replacements biographer Bob Mehr, who has retweeted both, commenting “The plot thickens…” after the most recent photo was shared. Any release is certainly more likely to be something archival than new music, as Tommy Stinson has made it clear that recording sessions with Westerberg did not pan out (“I think Paul just doesn’t, I think his thing is he just doesn’t want to have to compete with the legacy,” he told our friends at the Rockin’ the Suburbs podcast of their half-hearted attempt to make a new Replacements album). All of this speculation about a Replacements archival project comes as fellow Minneapolis legends Hüsker Dü are on the verge of something similar, with the Numero Group having spent months teasing a massive project involving the latter band — one that is expected to be announced in the near future. The Replacements’ long dormant social media accounts both posted this image in the last 24 hours. In-ter-esting. https://t.co/tB4jFblxCp — Bob Mehr (@BobMehr) July 8, 2017 And now this message from The Replacements’ official social media accounts. The plot thickens…https://t.co/riIULAiC5J — Bob Mehr (@BobMehr) July 13, 2017 PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS Listen: Paul Westerberg releases weird new song ‘2HAWK_1’ ahead of possible album Listen: Exclusive uncut interview with Tommy Stinson from Rockin’ the Suburbs podcast Twin/Tone opens its vaults on YouTube: The Replacements, Suicide Commandos and more Tommy Stinson’s Bash & Pop announce U.S. dates in support of ‘Anything Could Happen’ The Replacements announce 8-disc album collection, edit Rhino Records’ press release More...
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    14th July 2017, 10:40 AM
    Yesterday Nine Inch Nails posted a video for the track “Less Than” taken from the new EP “Add Violence” coming July 21st. The track itself refers back to the band’s... More...
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    14th July 2017, 09:59 AM
    The new 4 x 180-gram The Sisters Of Mercy vinyl box set “Some Girls Wander By Mistake” focuses on the band’s early years, as well as their last officially released studio... More...
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    14th July 2017, 09:59 AM
    The Mission’s latest album “Another Fall From Grace” was released in 3 formats, but as expected the vinyl edition was sold out within a few days. This new 2LP/CD/DVD version –... More...
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