Down in the Park" is a 1979 song by the English band Tubeway Army, featuring lead vocals by Gary Numan. It was released as the first single from the band's second album Replicas, though was not a hit. The song was written and produced by the band's frontman Gary Numan, and despite its lack of commercial success, has been performed by Numan regularly in his live shows throughout the years.
Marilyn Manson - Down In The Park. 18 Summers - Down In The Park. Inspirations - It's In The Savior's Hands. The Flanagan Brothers - Paddy In London.
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Down to the park Where the chant is "death, death Until the sun cries mourning Down in the park with friends of mine. We are not lovers We are not romantics We are here to serve you A different face but the words never change! We are not lovers We are not romantics We are here to serve you (X4). About Down In The Park. Originally written and performed by Tubeway Army in 1979, Down In The Park was released on the Lunchbox single and was often played live circa 1995. Down In The Park" Track Info. Written By Gary Numan. Release Date February 5, 1995.
Album · 2010 · 10 Songs. Death In the Park - EP. 2008. See All. This Will Be the Death of Us. Set Your Goals. Paramore: Self-Titled Deluxe.
This album was conceived as a combination of joint favourites and spiritual jazz classics chosen by Trible and Gondwana label boss Matthew Halsall, after a couple of chance festival encounters and live guest spots. The band includes not only Halsall's own beautiful trumpet playing, but also several of Halsall's trusted musical fellow travellers from the memorable Gondwana Orchestra albums of recent years such as Taz Modi on piano, Rachel Gladwin on harp and the near ever-present Gavin Barras on bass. Why the collaboration works is down to the common ground in the spirit of love and humility expressed by both Trible's vocals and in the way that Gondwana have approached their music over the last decade or so.
Park is the fifth album from The Mad Capsule Markets. Sometime in 1996, PARK was their first album to be released in the United States, with two mellower bonus tracks (the same bonus tracks as on the original limited Japanese pressing), but there was little interest. The album shows the band start to incorporate rap metal influences, an element that would become crucial in their later style. The melodious elements from Mix-ism are still prominent in several tracks
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