Band Name Naked Raygun. Album Name Growing Away - Just for Me. Type Single. Wydawcy Riot Fest Records. Styl muzycznyPunk-Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. Other productions from Naked Raygun. What Poor Gods We Do Make.
flipside "Just for Me" (penned by singer Jeff Pezzati). Both tracks blow the trousers off anything the band did in the '90s, revamping the adrenaline excitement of their primal past with requisite big-guitar sound and melodic style.
Understand? is the fourth album by Chicago post-hardcore band Naked Raygun, released in 1989 through Caroline Records. John Haggerty – guitar. Pierre Kezdy – bass guitar. Jeff Pezzati – vocals. Production and additional personnel. Phil Hale – illustrations. Marc Harris – photography. Ellie Hughes – design. Naked Raygun – production. Larry Sturm – production.
Thank U, Next, the album she wrote and recorded in a two-week fever dream the previous October, contained the most wrenchingly personal songs in her canon, and she was about to embark on a tour of at least 40 cities, where night after night she had to sing her way through a succession of private horrors. I’m incredibly impulsive and passionate and emotional and just reckless. The music is very personal and very real, but yes, if you can be me for Halloween, if drag queens can dress up as me, then I’m a character. Go to your local drag bar, and you’ll see it. That’s, like, the best thing that’s ever happened to me. It’s better than winning a Grammy. Incidentally, Grande won her first Grammy this year, when Sweetener was awarded Best Pop Vocal Album.
Naked Raygun have been back together for almost ten years now. When did you decide to start writing new stuff? Well, it came down to having new ideas and everybody had some songs. I can tell if you’re a boy or a girl but I can’t see details, so every show is a little bit the same for me. We did the sound check and the sound just left - it’s such a big place. But we just go out there and play. I realized the stage was too high to go down and sing with the crowd. It’s like ten feet tall. You’d die trying to get down there and back, so I couldn’t stick the microphone in the crowd, which was kind of a bummer.
The food is alright, it's nothing to write home about but is good snacking food nevertheless. The Raygun Lounge is unique - my family loves going there. Bring quarters or at least cash new machines coming through
As we were just starting out, we all used our own laptops to save money. So if I wanted to check how Raygun was doing from home, or traveling, or just in a different location altogether, I was stuffed. Another early feature of Xero that John-Daniel enjoyed was the ability to track Raygun’s profit and loss. As a young company earning just a couple of thousands of dollars here and there, money was tight. At that stage, every single dollar is significant. My biggest fear is that, as a growing company, we’ll become too big to keep using the software. What I’d love is for Xero to scale up to serve larger businesses.
Inspired by Chicago’s up-and-coming punk powerhouse Naked Raygun, he soon enlisted two of that band’s members, Jeff Pezzati and Santiago Durango (with bassist Dave Riley replacing Pezzati in 1985), to turn Big Black into a full band. Instead of a drummer, Albini used a drum machine-a strange choice in the punk scene at the time, but one that helped give Big Black a distinctly cold edge. From there, Albini has maintained an increasingly low profile, quietly plugging away in his Chicago-based Electrical Audio Studios. Shellac tours rarely and releases records even less often. Albini, just months away from Big Black’s end, is in full control of his fury, portioning it out in chiseled slabs of sardonic hate. Covering Kraftwerk’s The Model is a stroke of weirdness that makes perfect sense as its warped, cyborg come-ons turn from geeky to obscene. Emotions become equations, but they’re just as unstable.
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