Killing Joke - No Way Out But Forward Go [DVD] flac mp3
There is no questioning that this album doesn't capture Killing Joke live sound perfectly, but the fact that we have this at all is a blessing. Though the band and the fans chose this set to release as a live offering, perhaps because there were not that many captured on tape, its not perfect and this may be the tour moreso than the recording, it's a bit too clean, a bit too crip.
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Killing Joke is the debut studio album by English rock band Killing Joke. It was released on 5 October 1980 by record label . It debuted at number 41 on the UK Albums Chart on 26 October 1980 and later peaked at number 39. The album has been called "an underground classic" for fans of "heavy music", and has influenced artists ranging from Nirvana to Marilyn Manson and Metallica. 1 Recording and content. No Way Out but Forward Go (Love Like Blood). The Peel Sessions 1979–1981.
No Way Out But Forward Go is Killing Joke's first full-length release since 1996's Democracy, and the band's third live album. Taken from a 1985 concert on the Night Time tour, it's hardly a worthy substitute for a studio album, but it does showcase Killing Joke at their finest. The 17 tracks are split roughly equally between Youth-era and Paul Raven-era material, with most of the Night Time album being present. All of the early classics ("Wardance," "Requiem") are featured, as well as rarer songs such as "Pssyche
2001 live album by Killing Joke. No Way Out but Forward Go. Live album by. Killing Joke. Killing Joke live album chronology. BBC in Concert (1995). No Way Out but Forward Go (2001). The Peel Sessions 1979–1981 (2008). Love Like Blood re-issue.
Killing Joke is the eleventh studio album by English rock band Killing Joke, released on 28 July 2003 by record label Zuma Recordings. Recording for the album in 2002 marked the end of a six-year hiatus that began in 1996 and it was Killing Joke's first studio album in seven years. Produced by Andy Gill of Gang of Four, the album featured former Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, who is also a long-time Killing Joke fan, on drums. This is also Killing Joke's second self-titled album, following their first in 1980, as an effect of the hiatus.