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The Sisters Of Mercy - Wake - In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall download mp3 album
Album:
Wake - In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall
Style:
New Wave, Alternative Rock
Released:
1987
Country:
UK
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Setlist: The Sisters of Mercy, Royal Albert Hall, London, UK, 6/18/85. Tags: Andrew Eldritch, Craig Adams, The Mission, The Sisters of Mercy, Wake, Wayne Hussey. More posts by Slicing Up Eyeballs Visit the site of Slicing Up Eyeballs. Stuart S. on Jun 17, 2017 at 8:48 pm. LOL< I thought it was on Dexbams site, must not be remastered :D. Reply. Still looks & sounds great.

The Royal Albert Hall is a concert hall on the northern edge of South Kensington, London, and is one of the UK's most treasured and distinctive buildings. The Hall is a registered charity held in trust for the nation, and receives no public or government funding. Since the hall's opening by Queen Victoria in 1871, the world's leading artists from many performance genres have appeared on its stage.

Recorded at the Royal Albert Hall, London, 18th June 1985. Backsleeve notes: All tracks are published RCA Music/Candelmaesse Ltd. except - Floorshow, Alice.

The Sisters: when you see them, they're sheathed in dry ice. Even when he's shaved his hair off or dyed it milky-white and is wearing baggy cargo trousers, Eldritch is still more Gothic than anyone - he understand the spirit of the thing, which is more important than the look. Of course, back when this was filmed, the look WAS the look. Too many video manipulation graphics. I saw this concert at the Albert Hall and found the YouTube 1985 London concert much more enjoyable.

The Sisters of Mercy are an English rock band, formed in 1980 in Leeds. After achieving early underground fame there, the band had their commercial breakthrough in the mid-1980s and sustained it until the early 1990s, when they stopped releasing new recorded output in protest against their record company WEA. Currently, the band are a touring outfit only. The Sisters of Mercy. Each album was recorded by a different line-up; singer-songwriter Andrew Eldritch and the drum machine called Doktor Avalanche are the only points of continuity throughout. The Sisters of Mercy completed the tour as a three-piece act, and said farewell to the fans with the final gig in London's Royal Albert Hall on 18 June 1985. Video recordings of this show were later released as "Wake". A music video of the song "Black Planet" was also released in which the Monkeemobile was featured.

Me and my mom thoroughly enjoyed Sir Cliff Richard's concert last night! He was of course fantastic. But also wanted to say that o thought the venue was brilliant - it is absolutely beautiful, the staff were all very helpful and polite, and seemed genuinely happy in their jobs.

The Royal Albert Hall has of course been an exclusive and high profile venue for well over a century and is a stunningly beautiful concert space and one that Wilson makes good use of. The show begins with a brief video and shots of the band getting ready to go on before starting up with Nowhere Now and it becomes readily apparent that the band is in fine form. He is next joined on stage by Ninet Teyeb for a beautiful rendition of Pariah, which was one of the singles from the ‘To The Bone’ album. As for the more technical aspects of the show, the concert is exquisitely shot. The colors and lighting are clear and bright, and at no point does the lighting wash out the performers, something that all too often has marred other live DVDs. Of course with Steven mixing the sound it sounds perfect.

But where's the wonderful spidery guitar-work from their first album? The atmospheric stuff? The answer is that because it sounds 'gothic', and Andrew Eldritch can't stand that tag, it's now turned into groove-heavy but utterly boring guitar work.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 First And Last And Always
A2 Body And Soul
A3 Marian
A4 No Time To Cry
B1 Walk Away
B2 Possession
B3 Emma
Written-By – Hot Chocolate
C1 Amphetamine Logic
C2 A Rock And A Hard Place
C3 Floorshow
D1 Alice
D2 Fix
D3 Knocking On Heaven's Door
Written-By – Bob Dylan

Credits

  • Other [Directed By, Producer] – Mike Mansfield

Notes

This is the first edition, with one blue multicolored vinyl (LP1) and one black vinyl (LP2).

Other editions exist, featuring combinations of one of the above record with either a clear multicolored vinyl (LP1) or a yellow multicolored vinyl (LP2).

Recorded at the Royal Albert Hall, London, 18th June 1985

Backsleeve notes:
All tracks are published RCA Music/Candelmaesse Ltd. except - Floorshow, Alice. Fix: Copyright Control, Emma: RAK Publishing; Knocking on Heaven's Door: Warner Bros Music. No Overdubbing. Photography: Barry Plummer. Copyright 1985 WEA Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0440413252

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
041 325 2 The Sisters Of Mercy Wake (In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall) ‎(VHS, PAL) Polygram Video, PolyGram Music Video 041 325 2 UK 1986
TRA 2018-05 The Sisters Of Mercy Scattered Ashes A Festival Of Remembrance ‎(CDr, RM, Unofficial) Tom Riddler Artwork TRA 2018-05 2018
CFV 06152 The Sisters Of Mercy Wake (In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall) ‎(VHS, PAL) Channel 5 CFV 06152 UK Unknown
none The Sisters Of Mercy Wake (In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall) ‎(VHS, Unofficial, NTSC) Not On Label (The Sisters Of Mercy) none US 1986
MERDVD1 The Sisters Of Mercy Wake - In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall ‎(DVD, Unofficial) Merciful DVD MERDVD1 Japan 2007