Mandate - Eye (3) - Politics Can Be Fun Volume 1 (CD, Album)

Review: "Chilling yet hilarious Music, Adelaide's music-paper. Having said that EYE received money back from only 5 of those record stores - the ones they could visit in person! After the government's GST new tax came in most of these stores stopped stocking independent music projects. Streaming and Download help. Report this album or account. Explore music. DJ Eternal Darkness. Joe Enmore. It was often played many times per day on various stations from early morning breakfast shows to drive-time-sunset shows to after-midnight programs.

Although EYE comes from an electro-industrial music background "Mandate! It helped to pave the way for many artists in subsequent years to get airplay and recognition. The opening electric guitar introduction of the song was based on Chuck Berry 's " Johnny B. Goode ". Vocals and additional overdubs followed on either January 8 or 9. The stereo and mono mixes stem from the same recording but have a significant difference: the fadeout on the stereo mix fades out early into the song's outro, with the instruments fading away before the vocals and an overdubbed drum part.

The mono mix, as heard on the 45 as well as mono copies of Shut Down Volume 2 has an extended outro. Track details courtesy of session archivist Craig Slowinski.

The single peaked at the number 5 spot on the Billboard chart. In the United Kingdom, the single was released in March through Capitol Records , but failed to chart.

In Australia , the single peaked at the number 6 position, which was the band's highest charting single in Australia at that time. In West Germany , the single became their first single to chart in the country when it peaked at the number 49 position. According to various national charts published in Billboard through the s, the single peaked at number 4 in The Philippines February with thirteen weeks in its top 10, and spent four weeks at number 3 in Hong Kong December with ten weeks in its top The instrumental track was released on the archival release Hawthorne, CA.

A new stereo mix, more closely resembling the original single version, was released in on the Made in California box set. The song was covered in by the then-current lineups of the Beach Boys and Status Quo see Don't Stop , with a new verse written for the song. The Beach Boys sang mainly backing vocals, with Status Quo's Francis Rossi performing the lead vocal for the entire song, except the new verse, which was sung by Mike Love. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

As one of the few remaining pop stars to prioritize physical sales, Swift offered her devoted fan base four special-edition CD versions of the album, available exclusively at Target, each accompanied by a booklet containing a reprinted selection of handwritten journal entries spanning her career, from ages 13 to Across the four unique assortments, Swift tells a piecemeal story of her rise in the industry, where label meetings as a young teenager turn into radio play, record sales, the Grammy Awards and the Met Gala, mixing landmark moments with mundane personal updates, drafts of lyrics and other marginalia.

Jon Caramanica, a New York Times pop music critic, and Joe Coscarelli, the pop music reporter, dug through the entries searching for insights about Swift, her music and her methods of self-presentation. Like the best pop culture ephemera, the entries feel like a skeleton key to an Established Persona in ways both intentional and not, leaving the reader to wonder exactly how much self-awareness is involved at any given moment.

But then there are selections that feel so telling, vulnerable and formative that you wonder how such a careful, politician-like celebrity could be so casually, unceasingly herself.

Was there also one — not included — talking about how awesome it is? Could we ever have been so innocent?

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  1. from POLITICS CAN BE FUN! Get all 3 EYE releases available on Bandcamp and save 25%. and PROPAGANDA MACHINE Volume 1.,. Purchasable with gift card Buy Digital Discography $9 USD or more (25% OFF) Send as Gift Share / Embed; about "Mandate!" received huge amounts of radio airplay around Australia on the Community Radio station .
  2. POLITICS CAN BE FUN! A musical journey through the flaws of party-system democracy. by EYE, released 21 December 1. Democracy?!? (Part 1: Party Politicians are Puppets for Corporate interests behind the scenes). 2. "MANDATE!" (with the Prime Minister on guest vocals). 3. Democracy?!? (Part 2: Deception of the House of Representatives - 20% of voters .
  3. Listen to EYE Radio featuring songs from Politics Can Be Fun, Volume 1 free online. Listen to free internet radio, sports, music, news, talk and podcasts. Stream live events, live play-by-play NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, college football, NCAA basketball, and Premier League matches. CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, ESPN, BBC, NPR.
  4. The EYE music band/group/artist was founded in EYE's releases have explored a variety of dark alternative music genres. The styles of music that EYE have encompassed include: Electro Industrial, Darkwave, Psychedelic Electronic Rock, CyberPunk, Intelligent dance music (IDM), Gothic Rock, CyberGoth, Electropop, CyberPop, EBM, Dance Punk, Aggrotech, Hip-hop, Rap .
  5. Blatant Propaganda is an independent record music label. The label was established in the s in the Australian capital city of Canberra. The label has released more than 30 collections of music as singles, EPs and albums on formats including CD, CDR and cassette tape.
  6. Nov 01,  · PS - To know more on what this song is about - how a major political party can win power in Australia even when the majority of people votes against it, and how a huge amount of votes, 20%, for.
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  8. Australian Political Protest Music Songs - Bands: EYE One of Australia's most pronounced projects of Political Protest & Social Justice Activism Music is EYE. Numerous EYE songs (some are linked below) have been featured on the national Triple J (JJJ) radio network & most particularly on Community Radio stations across the nation.; EYE's self-released albums have been awarded 'Album .

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