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Various - Discreet Campaigns flac album Performer: Various
Title: Discreet Campaigns
Style: Abstract, Industrial, Experimental, Indie Rock, New Wave, Post-Punk
Released: 1985
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1887 mb
FLAC album: 1665 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: MP1 DTS AU DMF MP3 AIFF WAV
Genre: Electronic / Rock

Disc 1 has "Discreet Campaigns" written in white on the label, Disc 2 has "Discreet Campaigns" written in black on the label. Engineered at Sin City, Nottingham. Special thanks to all artists and Rob Gretton, Ivo, Rough Trade, Pro Motion, Stylo Rouge, Chris Craske, Cliff, Val for all faith and input. Track D2 is actually entitled 'Everyone Has Bad Dreams' but it there was a misprint with the original cassette sleeve and booklet. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.

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Discreet Music (1975) is the fourth studio album by the British musician Brian Eno. While his earlier work with Robert Fripp (No Pussyfooting) and several selections from Another Green World feature similar ideas, Discreet Music marked a clear step toward the ambient aesthetic Eno would later codify with 1978's Ambient 1: Music for Airports. It is also Eno's first album to be released under his full name "Brian Eno" as opposed to his previous rock albums released simply under the name "Eno".

DiscReet Records, self-identified simply as DiscReet, was a record label founded by Frank Zappa and his then business partner/manager Herb Cohen. The name of the label was a pun derived from disc and the Compatible Discrete 4 process of encoding quadraphonic sound signals into phonograph records. The label was launched in January 1973 when DiscReet arranged a distribution contract with the Warner Bros. Records group of labels.

Discreet music came before Eno's Ambient 1: Music for Airports. It laid the foundation for modern ambient music by building upon Erik Satie's "furniture music" concept. Eno employed a generative compositional technique which creates an ever shifting atmosphere which is free from any traditional musical meter. Kid606's version is both a tribute and transformation of the original concept. The focus is still on filling the space of the environment it is listened in. Just like the lighting in a room can be used to change the mood, this piece of functional music maybe left. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

Branding campaigns for musicians need to work across video content, merchandise, social media, band logos and more. A musician's branding needs to be synonymous with the its music and members, instantly recognisable and above all, timeless. She has consistently nailed her branding campaigns, from 1989’s polaroid-heavy nostalgia, to the villainous Reputation era. Reinventing herself for each album release has become a mainstay for Swift and that Reputation branding campaign, created by boutique agency ST8MNT is a masterclass in marketing. Encouraging fans to locate and send him pictures of the various billboards in London is a great way to engage with listeners and create a buzz around an album, weeks ahead of its release. By placing the name of the album at the bottom of each billboard, the cryptic message would intrigue just about anyone.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 John Marc Gowans The First Thing You Ever Said To Me (Edit) 1:00
A2 Eyeless In Gaza Stay 4:23
A3 The Flamingos This Heat
Producer – Jo King
4:13
A4 The Wake Torn Calendar 4:51
A5 Corpaelia The Mentor Will Rise
Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Electric] – Graham StronachBass – Lee TaylorEngineer, Producer – Darren Brown Percussion – Paul Jackson Vocals – David I'Ons
4:10
A6 Cocteau Twins Pale Clouded White 3:20
A7 James What's The World (Live) 1:53
A8 The Decemberists James Is
Bass – Andrew FordDrums – Roger McLaughlinEngineer, Producer – Noddy KnowlerGuitar – Andy DeeveyGuitar, Vocals – Colin Pennington
2:37
A9 Furniture Bullet 5:06
A10 Dif Juz Echo Wreck 4:40
A11 Kevin McDermott The Faintest Sound 3:52
B1 Chris & Cosey Shiver
Composed By – Chris Carter , Cosey Fanni TuttiLyrics By – Cosey Fanni Tutti
5:00
B2 Actors And Famous People End Users
Bass – Chris RolandDrums – Nigel BrittainGuitar – Martyn ShoulerGuitar, Vocals – Dave Greenfield Keyboards, Vocals – Nigel AllenVocals – Anne Wilbourn
3:32
B3 Resistance And With Disease (Live) 4:17
B4 John Marc Gowans Return To Activity 6:00
B5 Durutti Column* Weakness And Fever 5:20
B6 Life Optimism (Electro Version) 4:44
B7 Spiral Staircase Everybody Has Bad Dreams 3:19
B8 Ganzheit Preface And Hostilities 3:30
B9 New Order Sunrise (Instrumental Rough Mix) 5:39

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rorschach Testing
  • Copyright (c) – Rorschach Testing
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Published By – Cherry Red Music
  • Published By – Oval Music
  • Published By – Blue Mountain Music
  • Published By – Beggars Banquet Music
  • Published By – Survival Music
  • Published By – Rough Trade Music
  • Published By – Be Music
  • Published By – Warner Bros. Music
  • Engineered At – Sin City, Nottingham

Credits

  • Artwork – Mick Lowe
  • Engineer – Ian Trundle, Jo King
  • Photography By – Bunger, Chris Craske, Jeff Veitch, John Walters , Mick Lowe, Richard Mann
  • Typography [Typesetting] – Beds Graphics

Notes

Presented in clear vinyl pouch with 20 page booklet profiling each artist.

[On sleeve:]
Engineered at Sin City, Nottingham
Special thanks to all artists and Rob Gretton, Ivo, Rough Trade, Pro Motion, Stylo Rouge, Chris Craske, Cliff, Val for all faith and input.
℗ Worldwide Distribution Rough Trade
© 1985 Rorschach Testing

Tracks A1, A3, A5, A7 to A8, A10 to A11, B2 to B8: Copyright Control
Track A2: Cherry Red Music/Oval Musc
Track A3: Blue Mountain Music
Track A4: Beggars Banquet Music
Track A9: Survival Music
Track B2: Rought Trade Music
Track B9: Be Music/Warner Brothers Music

Track B7 is actually entitled 'Everyone Has Bad Dreams', but it was misprinted on the sleeve and booklet.

[On label:]
℗+© 1985 Rorschach Testing
Copyright Control

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ror 1 Various Discreet Campaigns ‎(2xLP, Comp, Ltd, Unofficial) Rorschach Testing Product ror 1 UK 2011
ROR 1 Various Discreet Campaigns ‎(Cass, Comp, Promo) Rorschach Testing Product ROR 1 UK 1985