Sticker on front case: CD1 enhanced CD win VIP tickets to see DIV live at Glastonbury HARD44CD1 74321755442. Inner sleeve: Recorded and remixed at The Contino Rooms, London. Dot Allison c/o MCM Management. Death In Vegas - Dirge (The Micronauts Remix) 6:41. Death in Vegas - Dirge 6:37. Dirge (Slam Mix) 7:50.
Iggy Pop appears courtesy of Virgin Records America Inc. Ali Friend appears courtesy of Warp Records. Jim Reid appears courtesy of Creation Records. Released in a three panel, double digipak.
Death In Vegas - Aisha (05:54, 320Kb/s). Death In Vegas - The Contino Sessions, Scorpio Rising (2007). The Contino Sessions, Scorpio Rising (2007) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood.
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The true highlight of the album, however, would be "Aisha," wherein punk icon Iggy Pop spews creepy verses over an equally malevolent yet insanely catchy backbeat. No two songs are alike and yet, they all come together somehow to make one cohesive statement. The fact that one forty-five minute album can accomplish so much speaks volumes about the raw talent on hand here.
Scorpio Rising is the third album by British electronica band Death in Vegas. It was released on 16 September 2002 in the United Kingdom via Concrete Records, and on 17 June 2003 in the United States via Sanctuary Records. The album takes its name from an experimental film by Kenneth Anger. Scorpio Rising features guest vocalists Liam Gallagher, Hope Sandoval, Nicola Kuperus, and Paul Weller, as well as string arrangements by Dr. Lakshminarayana Subramaniam.
Often mutually exclusive, rock and electronic music are never easily combined by a band. One act has managed it fairly successfully over the past ten years or so, and they go by the name of Death In Vegas. Richard Fearless’ band started off as a studio-bound project and released the mostly-electronic Dead Elvis album back in 1997. Although we don’t ever get to see album guests Bobby Gillespie, Paul Weller and Iggy Pop onstage with Fearless and his band, they are never missed; Death In Vegas get their heads down and play seemingly elongated Krautrockin’ versions of their best known tracks. Great show with great music but quiet disappointed that they haven't played any of their classics like Dirge, Aisha or any other good ones that everybody knew. just feel happy about the poster that Richard has signed for me.