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24 Mar 2005 - Pmachinery Top 20 Of 23 March 2005

23 March 2005


1.  Narcotic Thrust
(3)...When The Dawn Breaks

11.   Milky
(14)...In My Mind
2.   Alcazar
(2)....Here I Am
12.   Gwen Stefani
(17)...Rich Girl
3.   Michael Gray
(1)...The Weekend
13.   Futureshock
(13)...Late At Night
4.   King Quadra
(8)...Pink Champagne
14.   Rammstein
(16)...Keine Lust
5.   Joss Stone
(5)...Right To Be Wrong
15.   Erasure
6.   Mustafa Sandal
16.   Milky
(12)...Be My World
7.   Kojak & Ruth Ann
(10)...You Can't Live Without Me
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In case you didn't know - the brand new Erasure single is out this week in the UK!!

Released on the 2 CDs and 1 DVD single formats, this release features the superb Piney Gir and Radio mixes of 'Don't Say You Love Me', which simply *have* to be heard - as well the thumping A Touch Of Class and Mark Moore mixes.

Plus of course you get to see the entire bizarre video on the DVD!

Clips etc as always can be found here:

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(SC104 - 2000)

Twilight * Cripple and the Starfish * Hitler in My Heart * Atrocities * River of Sorrow * Rapture * Deeper Than Love * Divine * Blue Angel

Antony (voice and piano) Todd Cohen (drums) Baby Dee (harp) Francois Gehin (bass) William Basinski (clarinet) Mariana Davenport (flute) Cady Finlayson (violin) Vicky Leavitt (cello) Liz Maranville (violin) Barb Morrison (clarinet and saxophone) Charles Neilson (guitar effects). Mixed by Hahn Rowe. Photography by Josef Astor.


I am a Bird now
(SC105 - 2005)

Hope There's Someone * My Lady Story * For Today I ama Bouy * Man Is the Baby * You Are My Sister * What Can I Do * Fistful of Love * Spiralling * Free At last * Bird Gerhl

The critically acclaimed new album featuring the Johnsons plus special guests Julia Yasuda, Lou Reed, Devendra Banhart, Rufus Wainwright and Boy George. With photography by Peter Hujar, Don Felix Cervantes and Josef Astor.


Antony first presented his songs after-hours at the Pyramid Cocktail Lounge in NYC. After receiving a N.Y.F.A. fellowship for "performance art / emergent forms," Antony assembled the Johnsons and recorded his first album. Antony and the Johnsons have since performed at venues including the Bloomsbury theater in London, Central Park SummerStage, the Nancy Jazz Festival, the Warhol Museum, the Wexner Center, Townhall in NYC, MASS MOCA, and Royce Hall, UCLA. Recently, Antony has also performed solo at Carnegie Hall for Phillip Glass's Tibet House Concert and with Hal WIllner at the Sydney Opera House.

Antony sings on Lou Reed's albums The Raven and Animal Serenade and toured with Lou internationally in 2003. Antony appeared as an androgynous convict singing to a crowd of inmates in Steve Buscemi's film Animal Factory. He also appeared recently singing "I Fell in Love to a Dead Boy" to a crowd of empathetic Parisian transsexuals in Sebastien Lifshitz's latest film Wild Side.

Antony was featured in the 2004 Whitney Biennial; he collaborated with Charles Atlas to stage a 3 night sold out series at Saint Ann's Warehouse in NYC called "TURNING." A concert and live video installation, "TURNING" featured Antony and the Johnsons playing before a cast of 13 slowly revolving Beauties, whose images were simultaneously processed and projected onto a giant screen.

Antony and the Johnsons' first recordings were released by David Tibet on his label, Durtro in the UK. In Summer 2004, Antony signed to the Indiana based label Secretly Canadian, who rereleased the debut album as well as the new Antony and the Johnsons album "I Am a Bird Now" in February 2005. Antony is represented by Rough Trade in the UK and Scandinavia. Antony's "The Lake" was also included on Devendra Banhart's recent Bastet compilation "The Golden Apples of the Sun."

Antony and his group will embark on a major tour of Europe in Spring 2005.

Read more about Antony and his group:

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The commercial single, There Is A Light That Never Goes Out / Redondo Beach, from Live At Earls Court, will be released in the UK March 28th on 7", CD, and DVD, and in the USA April 5 on CD.


A Redondo Beach
AA There Is A Light That Never Goes Out

A There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
AA Redondo Beach
B Noise Is The Best Revenge (Exclusive session track)

DVD Single
A Redondo Beach
AA There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
B It's Hard To Walk Tall When You're Small - taken from BBC Radio 2 Janice Long Session
Video - There Is A Light That Never Goes Out - video montage
Video - There Is A Light That Never Goes Out - taken from 'Who Put The M in Manchester


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The live show recorded for this DVD showcases Morrissey on his birthday at a homecoming in Manchester, England on May 22, 2004. The set list includes You Are The Quarry selections like “Irish Blood, English Heart,” “First Of The Gang To Die” and “Let Me Kiss You” plus Morrissey classics like “Every Day Is Like Sunday” and “Hairdresser On Fire.” The live performace DVD is directed by Bucky Fukumoto from A/V Club, who also directed Morrissey’s three music videos for this album, all of which are included as DVD extras.
Track Listing:

First Of The Gang To Die
Hairdresser On Fire
Irish Blood, English Heart
The Headmaster Ritual
Everyday Is Like Sunday
I Have Forgiven Jesus
I Know It’s Gonna Happen Someday
How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel?
Rubber Ring

Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference
Don’t Make Fun Of Daddy’s Voice
The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores
Let Me Kiss You
No One Can Hold A Candle To You
Jack The Ripper
A Rush And A Push And The Land Is Ours
I’m Not Sorry
Shoplifters Of The World Unite
There Is A Light That Never Goes Out

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