8 thoughts on “ Nightmare Patrol - Brand X (3) - Livestock (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Zulukazahn says:
    Audio, Cassette $ 3 New from $ Every track on 'LIVESTOCK' is fantastic. 'Nightmare Patrol' establishes an alienated, futuristic mood before soaring into the stratosphere on Goodsall's solo; the aforementioned, incomparable version of 'Euthanasia Waltz' takes things to an even higher intensity before we ease into the ambient space /5(47).
  2. Yotaur says:
    Audio, Cassette $ 3 New from $ Every track on 'LIVESTOCK' is fantastic. 'Nightmare Patrol' establishes an alienated, futuristic mood before soaring into the stratosphere on Goodsall's solo; the aforementioned, incomparable version of 'Euthanasia Waltz' takes things to an even higher intensity before we ease into the ambient space /5(46).
  3. Kagacage says:
    Oct 12,  · Jazz Rock if so then with a very special sound which makes me feel relaxed almost going to some kind of Ambient music. This is my favorite album. I was totally amazed by the sometimes long stretched superb played pieces, live. Excellent start with Nightmare patrol and -ISH with jazzy sounds, nice guitar solo's you can hear the pleasure the band /5(18).
  4. Faudal says:
    Producer – Brand X (3) Notes Recorded on the Manor Mobile at Ronnie Scotts, London Sept, and at Hammersmith Odeon and the Marquee Club, London August /5(8).
  5. Faucage says:
    Lest the momentum of Moroccan Roll and its relative chart success go to waste, Brand X released a stopgap solution with Livestock, featuring three recent live tracks and two stockpiled studio tracks that actually predate the Moroccan Roll sessions by two months. As might be expected, it's not their most enduring work, although the inclusion of three new originals and the clean recording 5/
  6. Doukinos says:
    Livestock, an album by Brand X on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  7. Akinorg says:
    Mar 13,  · Personnel John Goodsall – electric guitar Robin Lumley – keyboards Percy Jones – bass guitar Phil Collins – drums (tracks ) Kenwood Dennard – drums (tracks 1,5) Morris Pert.
  8. Nikogami says:
    Livestock is their third album and if it was recorded live, only two tracks were from previous albums. But the rest of the (unreleased) tracks are right on par with the excellence of their first two albums. Nightmare Patrol is, along with Macrocosm and Nuclear Burn, one of my fave tracks of BX/5(13).

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