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The Brian Jonestown Massacre 'Singles Collection 1992 - 2011'

£12.99 £10.99

'a' Recordings

The Brian Jonestown Massacre 'Singles Collection 1992 - 2011'

£12.99 £10.99

The Brian Jonestown Massacre Singles Collection 1992 - 2011.

This double CD features 14 tracks that have not been available on CD before. Features two tracks from the band’s alter ego “Acid” recorded in 1993 & also the unreleased “Convertible” & “Their Majesties 2nd Request (Enrique's Dream)”.

Also included is 2011’s single only release “Illuminomi” & “There’s A War Going On” . Comes with a 24 page booklet featuring the front & backs of all the  original covers. Originally Newcombe was heavily influenced by The Rolling Stones' psychedelic phase - the name comes from Stones guitarist Brian Jones combined with a reference to cult leader Jim Jones, but his work in the 2000s has expanded into aesthetic dimensions approximating the UK Shoegazing genre of the 1990s and incorporating influences from world music, especially Middle Eastern and Brazilian music.

The Brian Jonestown Massacre has been somewhat of a musical commune for many respected musicians over the years, a band from the 1990’s that has spurned other great bands ever since. Black Rebel  Motorcycle Club, The Warlocks, The Silver Rockets, The Black Angels, The Ravenettes, The Dilettantes (to name a few) are all part of this musical family tree. Indeed, this is a band that has witnessed many incarnations, since its inception in San  Francisco in 1992.

Tracklisting:
CD 1:
1. She Made Me
2. Evergreen
3. Convertible
4. Their Majesties 2nd Request (Enrique's Dream)
5. Hide & Seek
6. Methodrone (Live at the Compound)
7. Cold To The Touch
8. Anemone 
9. Never Ever 
10. Feelers
11. Not If You Were The Last Dandy On Earth

CD 2:
12. This Is Why You Love Me
13. Lantern
14.  Malela
15. If Love Is The Drug Then I Want To OD
16. When Jokers Attack
17. Prozac vs Heroin
18. Nailing Honey To The Bee
19. Illuminomi
20. There’s A War Going On

Bonus Tracks:
21. Thoughts Of You (by Acid)
22. Never Ever  (by Acid)