Whitehouse Harmony - Take Me Back album FLAC
Pigs (Three Different Ones)" is a song from Pink Floyd's 1977 album Animals. In the album's three parts, "Dogs", "Pigs" and "Sheep", pigs represent the people whom Roger Waters considers to be at the top of the social ladder, the ones with wealth and power; they also manipulate the rest of society and encourage them to be viciously competitive and cutthroat, so the pigs can remain powerful.
In opposition to this trend, Whitehouse wanted to take these earlier groups' sounds and fascination with extreme subject matter even further; as referenced on the sleeve of their first LP, the group wished to "cut pure human states" and produce "the most extreme music ever recorded". In doing so, they drew inspiration from some earlier experimental musicians and artists such as Alvin Lucier, Robert Ashley, and Yoko Ono as well as writers such as Marquis de Sade. Whitehouse were a key influence in the development of noise music as a musical genre in Europe, Japan, the US, and elsewhere As Nick Cain of The Wire put it, By the end of the 1990s, power electronics was in a deep freeze.
About Whitehouse (band). Whitehouse was an English extreme electronic music project founded by William Bennett in 1980. The two other better known members of the group were Philip Best and Peter Sotos. The group is notably cited as having invented the genre of ‘power-electronics’. Popular Whitehouse (band) songs
Mary Whitehouse, who has died aged 91, was a schoolteacher who began an unlikely second career in the mid-1960s as a self-appointed, and much derided, guardian of British morals. She ended it more than 40 years later, in a different social climate - one that owed something to her - often enjoying the personal respect even of those who still regarded her views as simplistic and nannyish.
Take me away I don't wanna stay It's a useless life Full of nothing but strife So take me away There is no reason why I should stay Just when I'm floating up in the clouda My luck turns around and I'm dropped to the ground Life treats me no better than a hunter treats his hound Take me. away I don't wanna stay It's a useless life Full of nothing but strife So take me away There is no reason why I should stay Just when I think I've made it all the way Something happens and I'm back to square one Why do I deserve this, what have I done? Take me away I don&.
Whitehouse is an English power electronics band formed in 1980. They are known for their controversial lyrics and images (which are often interpreted as misogynistic, sexually deviant, and extremely violent). The band's members have been the subject of censorship in the past. Their name is in mock tribute to the British moral campaigner Mary Whitehouse; it is also a reference to a British pornographic magazine of the same name. The group's founding member and sole constant is William Bennett.
|A1||Turn Your Radio On|
|A4||Be Lifted Up|
|A5||Send Me The Pillow|
|A7||Take Me Back|
|B3||My Dear Companion|
|B4||Children Talk To Angels|
|B5||He's My Guide|
|B6||Blue Kentucky Girl|
|B7||You've Been An Inspiration|
- Manufactured By – Big Y Productions
- Engineered At – Crystal Clear Sound
- Banjo – Ken Williams
- Bass – Bill Dollar
- Engineer – Phil York
- Fiddle, Mandolin, Harp [Jaw Harp] – Will Thomasson
- Guitar, Vocals – Delbert White
- Harmony Vocals – Debra (White) Sinclair*, Nina White
- Vocals – Haylie Simon, Lisa (White) Simon*