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Outlaw - Alan Vega - Collision Drive (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jan 18,  · referencing Collision Drive, LP, Album, CEL Just got a second hand copy of this and the actual label on the vinyl is the Celluloid label on both sides with the A side featuring a glued-on label stating all the songs/5().
  2. Alan Vega (born June 23, , Brooklyn, New York, USA - died July 16, ) was an American musician, vocalist and sculptor and one half of the seminal electronic duo. He began his career as a visual artist, gaining notoriety for his "light sculptures" eventually Vega opened his own lower Manhattan gallery space, which he dubbed the Project.
  3. Alan Vega Collision Drive - Test Pressing UK 2-LP vinyl set ILPS Related Products: Seal Krazy UK 12" vinyl ZANG8SAM SEAL Krazy (UK 3-track promotional-only 12 includes Sparkle - Extended Version & Crazy - Acoustic Version plain die-cut sleeve ZANG8SAM).
  4. Magdalena 82 opens the Collision Drive album, a classic through and through. This track has all of Vega's trademarks: a nervous rockabilly beat, soulful voice and breathtaking guitar. Be Bop A Lula has that same electro-rockabilly power, a brilliant marriage of the s and the s, whilst Outlaw has an urgently droning, hypnotic quality that veers closer to the work of Suicide.5/5(3).
  5. AllMusic Review by Victor W. Valdivia Collision Drive continues the trend started on the first Alan Vega album of incorporating Vega's love of '50s rock and R&B. "Ghost Rider," which sounded cold, sleek, and mechanical on Suicide's first album, now becomes an upbeat rockabilly rave-up.
  6. Sep 07,  · From: ' Collision Drive ' Label: Celluloid ‎-- CEL Format: Vinyl, LP Country: US Released: Tracklist A1 Magdalena 82 A2 Be Bop A Lula A3 Outlaw .
  7. Alan Vega's self-titled LP is a piece of work drenched in the musical influences of his teenage years, and an album that welded an unexpected hit in the stand out opener 'Jukebox Babe', a track of frantic rockabilly delivery and sparse instrumentation that seduces the listener by sculpting a sound that owed little to the 50's revival yet.

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