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Tabazan - Killing Joke - Night Time (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Nov 05,  · “Night Time” has always been the most complete and perfect “cross-over” LP from the band, with just enough “gothic” undertones and commercial “hooks” to make it somewhat accessible to a greater market, while remaining true in KJ flavor with each member of 4/5().
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Night Time on Discogs. Label: EG - 28MM • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave Killing Joke - Night Time (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(4).
  3. ORIGINAL VINYL LP. Night Time is the fifth studio album by Killing Joke, released in It was an international hit, featuring some of their best-known tracks like "Night Time". 'Tabazan' is a below par though, an edgy attempt to describe violent sex basically, weakest track by a lightyear/5().
  4. Night Time is the fifth studio album by English post-Punk band Killing Joke. It was released in March The album was an international hit, almost reaching the Top Ten in the United Kingdom. The album finds the band caught between their earlier aggression and a .
  5. Apr 29,  · Night Time is my favourite Killing Joke album. This is their 5th recording and was released in Very in tune with that time period, it's a very rhythmic rock album, The bass and drums are definitely front and center. Includes the singles "Night Time", "Love Like Blood" (which is probably their best known song), and "King and Queens".Reviews:
  6. Jun 12,  · Artist:Killing Joke. Darkness Before Dawn. Vinyl LP Album from on EG records. Records advertised as Sealed or Unplayed should be Mint. The cover and contents suffer from folding, scuffing of edges, spine splits, discolouration etc.
  7. Mar 07,  · 8 videos Play all Killing Joke ‎– Night Time () Volcanoptic Killing Joke Live (5 tracks incl. Pssyche) in Arnhem Netherlands - Duration: vortexeyes 24, views.
  8. Marking the full return from the band's out-of-nowhere hiatus in , Night Time, following after a couple of test-the-waters EPs, finds the reconstituted Killing Joke, with Paul Raven in on bass but otherwise unchanged, caught between their earlier aggression and a calmer, more immediately accessible approach. This turned out to be the band's Achilles heel in the end, with later albums in.
  9. This album is largely identified as when Killing Joke 'went Pop' or 'New Wave' at least. I find this to be a large exaggeration, I'd go for Gothic-ish Rock. True, the songs aren't asmassively guitar heavy a la 'Pandemonium' or 'Pylon,' or at least not heavy guitar, but still, there is a lot of and epic arpeggios to keep riff fiends happy /5().

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