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God - PIL* - That What Is Not (Cassette, Album)


9 thoughts on “ God - PIL* - That What Is Not (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Fenrik says:
    PIL Vinyl Records and CDs Paris-based Pills loop steady, pumping synth-beats with odd whirrings and quirky, jumping electronic squeals and hisses. The dense beats move forward at the pace of a hurried march, falling behind the tinny cymbals which pass in a frenzied blur.
  2. Kibar says:
    The compilation, which boasted album-sleeve artwork by Reg Mombassa, made No. 20 on the UK album charts. PiL's last studio album of this period, 's That What Is Not, included a sample from the Sex Pistols' song "God Save the Queen" in the song "Acid Drops" (the younger Lydon's voice is heard chanting the words, "No future, no future " in the outro).
  3. Mezim says:
    PiL experienced the first of many personnel changes when Jim Walker left the group, with Richard Dudanski (who had played in the 'ers with Joe Strummer) taking over on raitiligargchissiteccujudxuarake.xyzinfo that year, PiL released the single "Death Disco," a meditation on Lydon's grief as his mother died. In November , PiL released their second album, an ambitious set called Metal Box, with three 12" discs.
  4. Dizil says:
    By taking PiL seriously as a career, Lydon committed heresy against punk anomie. But at least he’s still excruciating. The same can’t be said for the eminently listenable Album (aka Cassette or Compact Disc, depending on your format of choice), which is either the worst sell-out of Lydon’s career or the first pop-friendly PiL album.
  5. Tauzahn says:
    God Public Image Ltd. Album That What Is Not. God Lyrics. I can only feel and think in the language of Cliches otheres have concocted for you Prefabricated pre-conception.
  6. Faelrajas says:
    In , Lydon was tired of PiL and he and the band released "That What Is Not" which is basically a metal album. Not his most creative leap by a long shot. There are four really strong songs on the album though and they are.
  7. Brakus says:
    ’s That What Is Not was the last PiL studio album of the era. As though taking us on a circular journey through John Lydon’s career, the song ‘Acid Drops’ featured a sample of The Sex Pistols ‘.
  8. Vurg says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the SR = Specialty Records Cassette release of That What Is Not on Discogs/5(4).
  9. Tokinos says:
    (Especially odd since PiL played an April Fools' joke on the press by announcing his membership in the early '80s.) Strange bedfellows indeed, but the lineup makes for a surprisingly cohesive (if mediocre) rock record. "Rise" proves that "This Is Not a Love Song" was no fluke, not .

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