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Shellac - 1994 Peel Sessions mp3 album

Shellac - 1994 Peel Sessions mp3 album Performer: Shellac
Title: 1994 Peel Sessions
Style: Industrial, Alternative Rock
Date of release: 2015
Size MP3: 1954 mb
Size FLAC: 1540 mb
Rating: 4.6
Format: MP3 AHX AUD MP1 VQF DTS RA

Shellac, the noisy rock trio fronted by Steve Albini, will put out a double-vinyl collection of previously unreleased recordings they made for BBC Radio’s Peel Sessions. The album, The End of Radio, will come out on June 14th and will include a single CD of the album. The first LP contains four songs the band cut in July 1994 on BBC Maida Vale Studio 3’s 24-trakck console, the same year they put out their debut, At Action Park. It added that people should assume that album releases and touring are unrelated. There will be more new material in the future, the band added. Earlier this year, Albini spoke with Rolling Stone about his recent gold-bracelet win at the World Series of Poker. He said at the time that the band was working on new material at a glacial pace. The End of Radio Track List. 1. Spoke 2. Canada 3. Crow 4. Disgrace.

Shellac will compile two Peel session broadcasts on new album 'The End Of Radio'. The band made the announcement in a mail out to fans, collecting two sought after broadcasts from Radio 1. The 1994 Peel Session features four tracks, while three of these - 'Canada', 'Disgrace', and 'Spoke' - wouldn't be officially released in any form until 1998’s 'Terraform' and 2007’s 'Excellent Italian Greyhound'

This is Shellac's sixth album, composed of sessions recorded for John Peel in 1994 & 2004. 2LP is on 180g vinyl and incudes a CD of the full album. Both the 2xLP and the 2xCD version are packaged in a top-load single pocket wide-spine jacket with two printed inner sleeves. Audio quality is paramount, as always, with Shellac. The LP was mastered by Chicago Mastering Service. The vinyl is manufactured at RTI in Camarillo, CA.

Shellac, the noisy rock trio fronted by Steve Albini, will put out a double-vinyl collection of previously unreleased recordings they made for BBC Radio’s Peel Sessions.

Shellac have announced a new double LP featuring two previously unreleased BBC Radio Peel Sessions. It’s called The End of Radio, and it’s out June 14 via Touch & Go. The sessions were recorded at the historic (and soon to be shut down) BBC Maida Vale Studios in 1994 and 2004. In a press release, the band have also promised that there will be more new material in the future. Shellac’s last album, Dude Incredible, came out in 2014. Frontman Steve Albini made headlines last year when he won an event at the 2018 World Series of Poker

Shellac have announced details of a new double album featuring two previously unreleased sessions for John Peel. Titled The End Of Radio, Pitchfork reports that the album is released on June 14 via Touch & Go. The sessions were recorded at the BBC’s Maida Vale Studios in 1994 and 2004. Shellac’s last album, Dude Incredible, was released in 2014.

Last year marked the 25th anniversary of Shellac, and back in January, the band's Steve Albini revealed in an Exclaim! interview that the band were planning to release some rarities in 2019. Making good on their promise, they've announced a double LP of two previously unreleased BBC Radio Peel Sessions. The release is called The End of Radio and includes sessions that the band recorded on John Peel's BBC Radio One show in 1994 and 2004, respectively. The 2004 session was recorded in front of a small studio audience