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Tactics - Holden Interview mp3 download Performer: Tactics
Album: Holden Interview
Released: 1988
Style: New Wave
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GLEBE by Tactics, released 12 December 1981 1. BETTER THAN MERMAIDS 2. THE NOISE UPSTAIRS 3. ARTHUR LEE AT HOUSTON AIRPORT 4. CENTERPOINT 5. GOLD WATCH 6. ON THE BEACH WITH MR ROLLO 7. BETWEEN THE TRAINS 8. DIFFICULT DREAM OF ROGER FORREST 9. PULLING IN THE REINS 10. Domino theory 11. Centerpoint 12. Further west 1. Tactics were one of the most celebrated acts on Australia's new wave scene during the 1970s and '80s, boasting an eclectic sound that ranged from angular pop and stripped-down psychedelia to fractured art rock, all married to the thoughtful provocative lyrics of Dave Studdert, the group's motivation was to create a popular music native to an australian. HOLDEN INTERVIEW 49. Aug 2013. Blue and white future whale.

Tactics were a post-punk group which formed in Canberra in 1977. The line-up changed periodically, with songwriter and vocalist, David Studdert, as the mainstay. They released four studio albums, My Houdini (December 1980), Glebe (November 1981), Blue and White Future Whale (1986) and The Great Gusto (1990). Which were critically acclaimed and they were respected for the quality of their live performances.

Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the song Know What I Know (Holden Interview version) by Tactics on iHeartRadio! . Know What I Know (Holden Interview version). The Sound of The Sound: Vol 2, 1984-1988, 2m 26sec. Chat About Know What I Know (Holden Interview version) by Tactics.

John Holden: Hi Geoff. Well to answer your question, I’m not surprised people won’t have heard of me, as this is the first material I’ve released! I started playing in my late teens, performed in a few bands and had my first taste of going into a studio in 1980. You contribute guitar, bass, keyboards and programming to the album – do you see yourself primarily as a guitarist who can play keys, a keyboardist who plays the guitar or an all-rounder? John Holden: Good question. I am more adept at guitar but mostly compose on keyboards and enjoy playing bass parts too. The biggest challenge was to learn how to make programmed drums sound good which is definitely a skill.

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Tactics' second album, Glebe, was released in November 1981. McFarlane highlighted the "departures from the earlier sound, featuring a stronger reggae/dub influence. Studdert told Emery that "From a marketing point of view the record was a wrong move but while recognising that it was, I don't regret it for one moment. I love the album, and I'm really happy that we did it and I know the reasons why we did a record that was so different to My Houdini. Holden Interview (singles, extras) (1986). The Great Gusto (D-30161; November 1989) - Coalface, Cleaning a Gun, Red, Red Heart, World of Men, Continental, Turn, The Magician, Better, Cool Night Air. Compilations.

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Holden The Inheritors Joe Clay, June 27th, 2013 09:50. Back when I were a lad, techno was techno. The good shit sounded like a barn door banging in a Force-10 gale with deep basslines and some wobbly 303 lines thrown on top for melody. If Holden was already starting to push the boundaries on his debut, The Inheritors is techno music not so much fragmented as smashed into tiny pieces; rocks ground into sand and cast into the ether.

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Tracklist

A1 Fatman
A2 Hard Hat Nine Iron
A3 Commitee Of Love
A4 Know What I Know
B1 Coat Tails
B2 Hole In My Life
B3 Shark Bed Rally

Notes

Recorded at Reel Time Studios, Sydney 1987 (except Hole in My Life & Shark Bed Rally recorded at Trackdown Studios, Sydney 1986)

TACTICS -
David Studdert - guitar and lead vocals
Nicky Baruch - organ and vocals
Snake - bass
Tony Donohue - drums

Additional musicians - Michael Sherman (trumpet), Angus Douglas (lead guitar on tracks B2 and B3)

All songs composed by David Studdert

Red Flame, 1988.


This is not a compilation album or greatest hits LP - these songs have all been previously released (mostly as singles), but these versions are re-recordings of material from Tactics back catalogue and only appear on vinyl on this Red Flame release. Three songs (A1, A3 and A4) were reissued on: Tactics - Sound of the Sound, Volume 2 - a CD only release. As far as I'm aware the other 4 songs are only available on this mini album. Die hard Tactics fans, like myself, might prefer the original recordings to these new versions, but these are worthy indeed. Fatman is perhaps the stand out track which benefits the most from being re-recorded - it has additional brass i dont remember hearing on the original single version and it clocks in a minute longer. It's worth owning for this alone, but an essential release for all the completists...Incidently, A digital album entitled Holden Interview #49 is available for download at bandcamp.com, but this is not the same album, but a collection of singles with a few rarities thrown in. A similarly titled song Holden Interview #29 is not included in this compilation either. It's all a little confusing for sure...