Sister Ray - To Spite My Face album
To Spite My Face from Sister Ray (1990) (LP). This is a scan done by us, but as we have often several items in stock, it may be from a different item.
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Complete your Sister Ray collection. To Spite My Face (CD, Album). Resonance (2). 19010-2. referencing To Spite My Face, LP, Album, 19010-1. Though I question the wisdom of naming te band Sister Ray these guys were way underrated. Sam D'Angelo was a very gifted songwriter and more people should hear this music.
Sister Ray. To Spite My Face.
Listen to music from Sister Ray like In & Out Of Love (Disco Mix), The Place Where It All Began & more. 1) Sister Ray was an American garage punk band from Youngstown, Ohio, USA. The group was formed in 1985 by Sam D'Angelo (vocals), Joe D'Angelo (bass), Vince Colucci (drums), and Mark Hanley (guitar). Katie Parks replaced Joe as bassist after he left the band to join the Air Force.
The LP is strongly rooted in American jazz from the period, taking influence from Cuban jazz and African polyrhythms. The Velvet Underground. Produced by Tom Wilson (producer). Album White Light/White Heat. A preternaturally influential noise-rock jam that constituted most of side two of White Light/White Heat (the rest of it was taken up by another noisy rocker, I Heard Her Call My Name ). Even though it may sound less brain-melting now that its feedback laden sound has become a part of the indie rock and punk mainframe, it still packs a punch.
Grateful Dead Propositions as mp3 Mixtapes (+ various side trips). Given that The Velvet Underground were essentially a far-out R&B band, you can almost imagine Sister Ray as a single on Stax in 1968, the 17-minute album version cut down and split into Part 1 and Part 2. Instead, the single went out into instant oblivion on the Pickwick label, the organization Lou Reed was associated with before The Velvet. Underground came to be. Of course, there was no Sister Ray single, but there could have been.
Sister Ray" is a song by the Velvet Underground that closes side two of their 1968 album White Light/White Heat. The lyrics are by Lou Reed, with music composed by John Cale, Sterling Morrison, Maureen Tucker and Reed. The song concerns drug use, violence, homosexuality, and transvestism. Reed said of the lyrics: "'Sister Ray' was done as a joke-no, not as a joke, but it has eight characters in it and this guy gets killed and nobody does anything.
|A2||Out Of My Head||2:34|
|A3||Nothing At All||2:24|
|A5||Man With A Gun||2:25|
|A6||Alone With My Thoughts||1:27|
|A8||You Are So||2:04|
|A9||Piss Off And Die||1:46|
|B2||Someone I Used To Know||2:09|
|B3||Do It Now||2:01|
|B4||Ten Years After||3:16|
|B5||One Step Beyond||2:23|
|B6||The One That I Want||1:46|
|B7||20th Century Boy||2:02|
|B8||Is This Real?||3:46|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 094111901042
|19010-1||Sister Ray||To Spite My Face (LP, Album)||Resonance||19010-1||US||1990|
|19010-2||Sister Ray||To Spite My Face (CD, Album)||Resonance||19010-2||Netherlands||1990|
|33-9025||Sister Ray||To Spite My Face (LP, Album)||Resonance||33-9025||Netherlands||1990|