theunderestimator:

"The Sound" of Adrian Borland: Post-punk/new wave band The Sound (1979-1988) is a clear example of the ovelooked and underestimated music brilliance of singer, guitarist and songwriter Adrian Borland and his bandmates.
   Progressing from the punk movement, in 1980 The Sound gave the world a masterpiece breakthrough album, "Jeopardy" and songs such as the post-punk anthem "I Can`t Escape Myself" and the new-wave-meets-rock-n-roll "Words Fail Me", followed by four more albums. Though critically acclaimed, The Sound never found the commercial success and the music press coverage they deserved, choosing to move away from mainstream norms. They split up in 1988 and later on Adrian Borland, suffering from severe depression, took his own life by throwing himself in front of a train at Wimbledon Tube Station…
From a series of amazing album & single cover artwork, as posted above: "Jeopardy" (1980), "From The Lions Mouth" (1981), "Physical World" (1979), "Heyday" (1980) & "Live Instinct" (1981).
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theunderestimator:

"The Sound" of Adrian Borland: Post-punk/new wave band The Sound (1979-1988) is a clear example of the ovelooked and underestimated music brilliance of singer, guitarist and songwriter Adrian Borland and his bandmates.
   Progressing from the punk movement, in 1980 The Sound gave the world a masterpiece breakthrough album, "Jeopardy" and songs such as the post-punk anthem "I Can`t Escape Myself" and the new-wave-meets-rock-n-roll "Words Fail Me", followed by four more albums. Though critically acclaimed, The Sound never found the commercial success and the music press coverage they deserved, choosing to move away from mainstream norms. They split up in 1988 and later on Adrian Borland, suffering from severe depression, took his own life by throwing himself in front of a train at Wimbledon Tube Station…
From a series of amazing album & single cover artwork, as posted above: "Jeopardy" (1980), "From The Lions Mouth" (1981), "Physical World" (1979), "Heyday" (1980) & "Live Instinct" (1981).
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theunderestimator:

"The Sound" of Adrian Borland: Post-punk/new wave band The Sound (1979-1988) is a clear example of the ovelooked and underestimated music brilliance of singer, guitarist and songwriter Adrian Borland and his bandmates.
   Progressing from the punk movement, in 1980 The Sound gave the world a masterpiece breakthrough album, "Jeopardy" and songs such as the post-punk anthem "I Can`t Escape Myself" and the new-wave-meets-rock-n-roll "Words Fail Me", followed by four more albums. Though critically acclaimed, The Sound never found the commercial success and the music press coverage they deserved, choosing to move away from mainstream norms. They split up in 1988 and later on Adrian Borland, suffering from severe depression, took his own life by throwing himself in front of a train at Wimbledon Tube Station…
From a series of amazing album & single cover artwork, as posted above: "Jeopardy" (1980), "From The Lions Mouth" (1981), "Physical World" (1979), "Heyday" (1980) & "Live Instinct" (1981).
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theunderestimator:

"The Sound" of Adrian Borland: Post-punk/new wave band The Sound (1979-1988) is a clear example of the ovelooked and underestimated music brilliance of singer, guitarist and songwriter Adrian Borland and his bandmates.
   Progressing from the punk movement, in 1980 The Sound gave the world a masterpiece breakthrough album, "Jeopardy" and songs such as the post-punk anthem "I Can`t Escape Myself" and the new-wave-meets-rock-n-roll "Words Fail Me", followed by four more albums. Though critically acclaimed, The Sound never found the commercial success and the music press coverage they deserved, choosing to move away from mainstream norms. They split up in 1988 and later on Adrian Borland, suffering from severe depression, took his own life by throwing himself in front of a train at Wimbledon Tube Station…
From a series of amazing album & single cover artwork, as posted above: "Jeopardy" (1980), "From The Lions Mouth" (1981), "Physical World" (1979), "Heyday" (1980) & "Live Instinct" (1981).
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theunderestimator:

"The Sound" of Adrian Borland: Post-punk/new wave band The Sound (1979-1988) is a clear example of the ovelooked and underestimated music brilliance of singer, guitarist and songwriter Adrian Borland and his bandmates.
   Progressing from the punk movement, in 1980 The Sound gave the world a masterpiece breakthrough album, "Jeopardy" and songs such as the post-punk anthem "I Can`t Escape Myself" and the new-wave-meets-rock-n-roll "Words Fail Me", followed by four more albums. Though critically acclaimed, The Sound never found the commercial success and the music press coverage they deserved, choosing to move away from mainstream norms. They split up in 1988 and later on Adrian Borland, suffering from severe depression, took his own life by throwing himself in front of a train at Wimbledon Tube Station…
From a series of amazing album & single cover artwork, as posted above: "Jeopardy" (1980), "From The Lions Mouth" (1981), "Physical World" (1979), "Heyday" (1980) & "Live Instinct" (1981).
Zoom Info

theunderestimator:

"The Sound" of Adrian Borland: Post-punk/new wave band The Sound (1979-1988) is a clear example of the ovelooked and underestimated music brilliance of singer, guitarist and songwriter Adrian Borland and his bandmates.

   Progressing from the punk movement, in 1980 The Sound gave the world a masterpiece breakthrough album, "Jeopardy" and songs such as the post-punk anthem "I Can`t Escape Myself" and the new-wave-meets-rock-n-roll "Words Fail Me", followed by four more albums. Though critically acclaimed, The Sound never found the commercial success and the music press coverage they deserved, choosing to move away from mainstream norms. They split up in 1988 and later on Adrian Borland, suffering from severe depression, took his own life by throwing himself in front of a train at Wimbledon Tube Station…

From a series of amazing album & single cover artwork, as posted above: "Jeopardy" (1980), "From The Lions Mouth" (1981), "Physical World" (1979), "Heyday" (1980) & "Live Instinct" (1981).

augustomhenri:

Nick Cave onstage with the Bad Seeds at Brixton Academy, London, 14 August 1996: ‘Such confluence of lighting and action is rare.’ Photograph: Bleddyn Butcher

augustomhenri:

Nick Cave onstage with the Bad Seeds at Brixton Academy, London, 14 August 1996: ‘Such confluence of lighting and action is rare.’ Photograph: Bleddyn Butcher

majiinboo:

  • Do not forget Michael Brown
  • Do not forget how the media dehumanized him and tried to justify his murder
  • Do not forget how peaceful protests were painted as savage riots
  • Do not forget police armed with military grade weapons terrorized and arrested black civilians
  • Do not forget Darren Wilson being awarded over $200,000 in fundraiser donations for murdering an unarmed black child
  • Do not forget that this system was not built to defend us, but to control us
  • Do not forget Ferguson