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Since you didn't hear this in the 80's it sounds NEW to you

Pink Industry's Jayne Casey, Ambrose Reynolds and Tadzio write the songbook of tortured relationships shaped in the post-punk era. Drum'n'Bass wasn't even a term when the albums "New Beginnings" & "Who Told You You Were Naked" were released, yet that is exactly what many of the sounds are.
Many of the songs tell a story, the siren sound envoke the poilce responding to a domestic disturbance call at the beginning of "Enjoy the Pain". Songs of an abusive relationship - long before Eminem and Rhiahna were toddlers. It is surprising and wonderful to see this on iTunes. If you are looking to cherry-pick rather than grab the whole album, the mounrful "Bound By Silence" will get your melancholia juices flowing. The piano and strings in "Is This The End?" is devastating - anyone who has felt the end of a cherished relationship can relate to. Portions of "The Corpse (Absolute Version)" and "New Beginnings" draws near to Mick Karn or Pino Palladino's bass work. "Pain of Pride," "Ticket to Heaven" and "Don't Let Go (12" version)" are perhaps the most accessible tracks. If you are interested in what you never heard from the eighties, give it a listen.


Genre: Alternative

For all intents and purposes, Pink Industry was a duo of former Pink Military leader/vocalist Jayne Casey (also formerly of Big in Japan) and bassist/keyboardist Ambrose Reynolds (Frankie Goes to Hollywood). Other contributors came and left with frequency. Continuing in the path that Pink Military was headed during their brief existence, Casey and Ambrose's group combined the "anything goes" spirit of post-punk with further use of experimental electronics. Signed to Zulu, they debuted in 1982 with...
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