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Live From Las Vegas - Neon Soul Album

  • Performer: Live From Las Vegas
  • Title: Neon Soul
  • Size MP3 ver: 2604 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1325 mb
  • Country: Germany
  • Date of release: 01 Dec 2012
  • Style: Beat, Garage Rock
  • # Catalog: 002
  • Label: pkmuzik
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Genre: Rock
Live From Las Vegas - Neon Soul Album


1Neon Soul 3:06
2It's you again 3:30
3Objecto del sexo (Computer says no) 4:06


This is the second Split-7-Vinyl of LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS with two songs on their single side. On the flip-side you can find another band from Leipzig called COMPUTER SAYS NO coming with one song.


LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS Theyve brought back The Beatles harmonies, The Stones swagger, The Bad Brains attitude and The Stooges personality. Turbo-Beat, Country Rock und Jingle Jangle aus LeipzigNevada. The Shark. Nov 2014. Atom Hearted Other EP. Live From Las Vegas - Nancy Wilson. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS - Neon Soul Live at the Ponyhof, Leipzic, Germany, 21-04- 2012. Live From Las Vegas legen einen Gang zu und spielen eine Etage tiefer. Das meint, sie spielen auf ihrer 2ten Split 7 eingängig-schroffen Garagenpunk, angetrieben von einem dunklen Windstoß sportlicher Joy Divison. Klingt obskur, aber Neon Soul ist drängend hymnisch, angenehm keifig und auch Live Live From Las Vegas legen einen Gang zu und spielen eine Etage tiefer. Klingt obskur, aber Neon Soul ist drängend hymnisch,. Live from Las Vegas is a 2005 live album by the American singer Frank Sinatra. This album forms part of Capitol Records 'Las Vegas Centennial Collection', and showcases a December 1986 concert by Sinatra. This was Sinatra's first live Las Vegas album released since 1966s Sinatra at the Sands. It was recorded at the Golden Nugget Las Vegas. The album appeared on the Billboard top albums chart for one week in May, 2005, at position 199. Songs in album Nancy Wilson - Live From Las Vegas 1968. Nancy Wilson - Intro, Hello, Young Lovers. Nancy Wilson - Small World, Isn't It. Nancy Wilson - Gypsies, The Jugglers And The Clowns. Live From Las Vegas: Las Vegas Centennial Celebration. Listen free to Nancy Wilson Live From Las Vegas Intro, Hello Young Lovers, Small World, Isn't It and more. 14 tracks . Smooth Soul Soul. Recording Location. Las Vegas, NV. Submit Corrections. Album Moods. The Whispers. Live from Las Vegas. Live From Las Vegas is a vocal jazz music live album recording by MATT DUSK released in 2011 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette


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Live From Las Vegas/Computer Says No - Split 7"
(Self-Released 2013)
"Tracks that aren't flashy, but get the job done"

This is the type of release that I love to get in the mail: a 7" EP showcasing tracks by two German punk bands, Live From Las Vegas and Computer Says No. I know it's wrong to judge a book (or record, for that matter) by its cover, but after scrutinizing the 7"'s sleeve and disc art, I had high hopes for this listen. The sleeve has the bold colors and geometric minimalism of a 50's jazz LP with a touch of flashiness. The label on the record itself a nice off-white hue contrasted by stark, blocky font, reminding me of my copy of Bob Dylan's The Times They Are A'Changin'.

Enough of my nerdy graphic design talk, though. Let's get to the music. I happened to start playing the record on Live In Las Vegas' side. Unlike the city they're named for, the band rattles off two tracks that aren't flashy, but get the job done. The first of the two, "Neon Soul" is the best this record has to offer. Unlike the majority of modern punk songs, its sound is crisp rather than gritty. There's definitely a Ramones-era rock influence and the surf-y riffs and shouted vocals in the chorus remind me of Agent Orange's 1979 hit "Bloodstains". Any track that conjures up Agent Orange's sound is doing something right. "You Again" follows and it has a nice garage rock tone with an off-kilter rhythm, not unlike more than a few Beat Happening tunes. Overall, these were a solid couple of singles.

On the flip side, there's a lone song by Computer Says No called "Objeto Del Sexo". It's a lot more aggressive than the other two songs, with snarling, crunchy chords that grab you by the collar, shake you back and forth and then spit in your face. Not the sort of thing I usually go for, but Computer Says No pulls off the attitude well, and there's a cool sounding bridge that involves sleigh bells and impressive guitar acrobatics. It's a pretty decent tune. You can listen to this EP below and buy it here. (Jude Noel)

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