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  1. Mik
    Jan 01,  · This album is Peter Hammill's heaviest after Nadir's Big Chance, but that one was pretty much a Van Der Graaf Generator album with his name on it. Warning: if you get The Noise, there are no remastering credits in the booklet/5(4). Reply
  2. Fauzshura
    Hammill and Smith, two of the co-founders of Van der Graaf Generator, worked sporadically on the opera from until its first recording was released on Some Bizzare Records (the only instance of Hammill's work appearing on the label) in November The album was available on CD, cassette and a limited edition of double vinyl LPs. Reply
  3. Zumuro
    VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR Vinyl Records and CDs Formed in the UK in by Peter Hammill, Chris Judge Smith and Nick Pearne (now deceased). After a period of activity during the s, the band broke up (although not for the first time) in , seemingly for good. Reply
  4. Goltill
    This album is Peter Hammill's heaviest after Nadir's Big Chance, but that one was pretty much a Van Der Graaf Generator album with his name on it. Warning: if you get The Noise, there are no remastering credits in the booklet. Reply
  5. Zoloshicage
    pH7 is an album by Peter Hammill, originally released on Charisma Records in September It was Hammill's eighth solo album and his last release on the Charisma label. The song "Porton Down" refers to the Porton Down military research facility in Wiltshire, England, while the lyrics of "Imperial Walls" are a translation of the first few lines of the Anglo-Saxon poem, "The Ruin". Reply
  6. Nekora
    UK remastered reissue of the Van Der Graaf Generator singer/songwriter's solo album. The Noise" was recorded at Terra Incognita, Peter's studio in Bath, in It followed on from the Calm CD, Fireships and was flagged at the time as being number one in the a Loud series. Fie. /5(2). Reply
  7. Meztigore
    The Margin is a live album by Peter Hammill, documenting early nineteen-eighties concerts by his K singlogalrothspennmotirarepunclinkrid.xyzinfol was K (on vocals, piano and guitar), Nic Potter was Mozart (on bass guitar), Guy Evans was Brain (on drums), and John Ellis was Fury (on backing vocals and guitar). The album was originally released as a double album on Foundry Records in Reply
  8. Faugami
    PETER HAMMILL The Noise music review by Tom Ozric singlogalrothspennmotirarepunclinkrid.xyzinfo is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Please consider supporting us . Reply

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