The Sisters Of Mercy - The Incredible History Of The Sisters Vol. II mp3 album
The Sisters of Mercy are an English rock band, formed in 1980 in Leeds. After achieving early underground fame there, the band had their commercial breakthrough in the mid-1980s and sustained it until the early 1990s, when they stopped releasing new recorded output in protest against their record company WEA. Currently, the band are a touring outfit only. The group has released three original studio albums, the last of which was released in 1990.
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The discography of the British rock band The Sisters of Mercy consists of three studio albums, two compilation albums, two extended plays (EPs), and sixteen singles. The Sisters of Mercy were formed in Leeds in 1977 by Andrew Eldritch (vocals, drums) and Gary Marx (guitar) and they released their debut single, "The Damage Done" in the same year on their own independent record label, Merciful Release
Goth rock's prime mover of the 1980s, with a vision sustained by singer Andrew Eldritch and his love of psychedelia, metal, and dance.
The Incredible History Of The Sisters - Vol. II. The Last Time Around. The Lights Shine Clear Through The Sodium Haze. The Quality Of Mercy. The Return To Arkham. The Sisters Of Mercy. Through The Years Turn Off.
Back to the page of The Sisters Of Mercy. Single, 1980, Self Produced. 3. Home Of The Hitmen.
The Sisters of Mercy were always a live band – albeit one with mechanised beats courtesy of drum machine Doktor Avalanche – and a damn fine one at that. Swathed in dry ice, this was a band that dug deep into a vast catalogue whilst gleefully playing obscure or wildly surprising cover versions. Gary Marx’s subsequent exit was prompted by both personal and musical differences and in the case of the latter it was down to Eldritch’s desire to include more keyboards and synths in the band’s evolving sound. The album also contains probably the most idiosyncratic song in The Sisters of Mercy cannon in the form of ‘1959’. Stark and almost painfully naked, Eldritch’s lone voice is set in bleak contrast against a melancholy piano.
The Sisters of Mercy. Produced by Andrew Eldritch & Larry Alexander. Living as an angel in the Place that I was born Living on air Living in heaven Giving the lie down, the line To the There's my heaven. And I know Which way the wind blows In nineteen fifty-nine. Which way the wind blows In nineteen fifty-nine. And the wind blows still And the wind blows wild again For a little child can never kill this clean This way And it feels like me today Tell me Do you feel the same? Isabelle? Or do you feel like nineteen fifty-nine?. Floodland The Sisters of Mercy. 1. Dominion, Mother Russia. 2. Flood I. Lucretia My Reflection.
|Lucretia My Reflection|
|A Rock And A Hard Place|
|No Time To Cry|
|0911012||The Sisters Of Mercy||The Incredible History Of The Sisters Vol. II (LP, Unofficial, Ora)||Not On Label (The Sisters Of Mercy)||0911012||1989|
|0911012||The Sisters Of Mercy||The Incredible History Of The Sisters Vol. II (LP, Unofficial)||Not On Label (The Sisters Of Mercy)||0911012||1989|