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Background Noise: The Systematics with Patrick Gibson

Posted in Uncategorized by loops on May 8, 2009

the link is here this morning Sydney avant pop post punk and m squared flagship The Systematics (1978 officially 1980 — 1982) with founder vocalist and Sydney post punk legend Mr. Patrick Gibson . Welcome Back to 2 MBS FM where you used to present a program in the 80s .  We Are Going to Take a wander through The short magical history of  The Systematics through the beautiful recent german double LP  of  long out of print released and quite a number of unreleased recordings with Patrick as our guide.

What We Did in the Afternoons is the name of  the compilation double LP of The Systematics.  On the German label TU-134 and beautifully mastered by Cologne electronic sound artist Marcus Schmickler.  Limited-edition of 500.

What We Did in the Afternoons is the name of  the compilation double LP of The Systematics.  On the German label TU-134 and beautifully mastered by Cologne electronic sound artist Marcus Schmickler.  Limited-edition of 500.

Tracks played:

side/track/title/duration

 

 

 

 

    1/1, pulp baby (1979 recorded at ABC studios Sydney),4’42”

1/4 , Die for My House (1981 recorded M2 studios Sydney,A Selection compilation LP),2’21”

 

 

 

1/8,BBD(“ with the beautiful vocals of Fiona Graham , 1981 recorded M2 studios, from My Life in The Field of Cows EP),2’40”

2/2,2,4,5,T (1980 recorded M2 studios, Rural 12 inch 45),2′ 25″

2/3, When I’m Older (“),2′ 18” (absolutely gorgeous guitar of Michael Filewood)

2/4, Vanessa Teratology (“),2′ 53”

2/7MMMM (” Genesis P orridge like, a setting for words provided by Dru Jones with a beautiful drone background which like

 flowers on the wall has an incredibly contemporary sound),2′ 00″

 

 

 

3/1, Suicide Beach (1981 recorded M2 studios, previously unreleased,dark subjects),1′ 59″

 

 

 

2/3, John Robinson (1980 recorded M2 studios, previously unreleased pure Electro punk a new genre strains of the American band suicide),2′ 55″

2/4, Jazz the Genius (1981 recorded M2 studios, previously unreleased),1′ 31″

2/6,ASIO ((1980 recorded M2 studios, previously unreleased),1′ 49″

2/11, Hippie Happening, (1980 recorded M2, previously unreleased),3′ 07″

2/12,going to war,1’52”
4/6,2/14, Sunny, (1982 recorded M2 studios, released on Terse tapes one-stop shopping four cassette compilation in 1982),1’11”

4/7,2/15, Marine Boy,”,0′ 49″

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