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Compulsion - The Future Is Medium (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. May 11,  · The only thing better than collecting vinyl and spinning it on one of the best turntables is chucking aside a few hours (or more) to store your vinyl properly, and for that you’re gonna need some sweet-ass vinyl record storage. Yes, we’re calling time on leaving LP records to languish in a pile, gathering dust in a corner of a menvandlconnantydeconseedeslisurdsouth.coinfog: Compulsion.
  2. LP version released 29th April Their fifth studio album, A Compulsion for Propulsion, builds on their self-titled album (), and Attack (), combining elements of garage-rock, psychedelia, Krautrock and increasingly - post-punk.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Compulsion - The Future Is Medium at Discogs. Complete your Compulsion collection/5(24).
  4. AllMusic Review by Jack Rabid. Not as heavy, proud, and mighty as Comforter, but Compulsion 's Future Is Medium is just as edgy and takes more chances. One of the more interesting albums of the year, it's sort of like Guided by Voices LPs in that it covers so much territory and gathers a sort of mad momentum with its different styles converging. And certainly, Future is chock-full of hot moments, such as 7/
  5. With the addition of guitarist Garret Lee and drummer Jan-Willem Alkema, they formed Compulsion and released two powerful vinyl-only EPs on their own label; Compulsion and Casserole were later collected on a bonus CD available in initial UK copies of Comforter; a few of the EPs' best tracks comprise the band's American debut, Boogie Woogie.
  6. The first, Comforter, was labeled by the NME as part of the " New Wave of New Wave ", while the second, The Future is Medium, saw them sport identical black outfits and orange hairdos. The group split in after the label One Little Indian dropped them. After Compulsion, Lee formed Jacknife Lee, and later produced Snow Patrol and U2.
  7. Compulsion was an Irish punk band. They were formed in by Josephmary (singer) and Sid Rainey (bassist) as Thee Amazing Colossal Men. They signed a recording contract with Virgin Records, but after winning a lawsuit against their record label, they became 'Compulsion' in

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