Lowest Common Dominator - Richard Hell & The Voidoids - Destiny Street Repaired (CD, Album)


Download Lowest Common Dominator - Richard Hell & The Voidoids - Destiny Street Repaired (CD, Album)
2009
Label: Insound - none • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock •


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8 comments

  • Vudolrajas
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Richard Hell And The Voidoids* - Destiny Street at Discogs. Complete your Richard Hell And The Voidoids* collection/5().
  • Gardagar
    Sep 30,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Richard Hell & The Voidoids - Lowest Common Dominator (HQ) YouTube Richard Hell & The Voidoids - Destiny Street (album ) - Duration: LongWay ToTheTop 46, views.
  • Ketaur
    Maybe songs like "Ignore that door", "Destiny Street" and, to a lesser extent, "Lowest common dominator" have some sort of commercial appeal niche ones. *N.B. I've just noticed that Wikipedia mentions a new version of this album "Destiny Street Repaired" where Richard Hell has redone some musical elements of the album - including vocals/5(3).
  • Dajin
    No one ever accused Richard Hell of being the hardest working man in rock & roll, and not only did it take him five years to get around to making a follow-up to his first album, the remarkable Blank Generation, but he didn't even bother to come up with a full LP's worth of new material for 's Destiny Street; the opening song, "The Kid With the Replaceable Head," first appeared as a B-side 8/
  • Mokree
    Destiny Street Repaired is far from a failure -- Hell 's songs still resonate, the energy of the album is on a par with the original, and if Ribot, Frisell and Julian don't achieve the impossible goal of truly replacing Quine 's leads, they more than justify Hell 's faith in their talents, and the extended blowing session that closes the title track is excellent.
  • Telkis
    Lowest common dominator - a rock song. Familiar chorus melody catchy in any case. Downtown at dawn - runs minutes long. Has a mid-tempo groove to it with a phat bass guitar sound. Not sure if there is a similar sounding song to this on their debut album. Lead guitar features in this song too/5(3).
  • Daill
    this was an interesting release 6 years ago, as the title says REPAIRED but i never felt there was to much to repair as the voi doids never topped there classic blank generation as that record is way way up there with some of the best punk albums from , i would say it is in my top ten of and 78 but regardless this destiny street record was originally released in and almost /5(24).
  • Faum
    Jan 28,  · Destiny Street is a fine album, arguably better written than Hell’s exponentially more talked-about solo debut. While Blank Generation rotated mainly around stuttering, angular guitar constructions that embodied the bitterness and anxiety of Hell’s lyrics, the songs on Destiny Street show a more refined pop sensibility.

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