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Killing Joke - "Ha" Killing Joke Live download

Killing Joke - "Ha" Killing Joke Live download Performer: Killing Joke
Title: "Ha" Killing Joke Live
Style: Post-Punk, New Wave
Released: 1982
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1739 mb
FLAC album: 1165 mb
WMA album: 1768 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: MOD AAC DMF DXD WMA AU MP2
Genre: Rock
Killing Joke - "Ha" Killing Joke Live download

Tracklist

Pssyche 4:38
Sun Goes Down 3:50
The Pandys Are Coming 3:52
Take Take Take 4:55
Unspeakable 5:15
Wardance 3:27

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EGMDT 4 Killing Joke "Ha" Killing Joke Live ‎(10", MiniAlbum) EG EGMDT 4 UK 1982
20MM 0272 Killing Joke "Ha!" Killing Joke Live ‎(12", MiniAlbum) Polydor 20MM 0272 Japan 1982
EGMDC 4 Killing Joke "Ha" (Killing Joke Live) ‎(Cass, MiniAlbum) EG EGMDC 4 UK 1982
2299 004 Killing Joke "Ha" Killing Joke Live ‎(10") EG 2299 004 Europe 1982
2299 004 Killing Joke "Ha" Killing Joke Live ‎(10") EG 2299 004 France 1982
EGMDT 4 Killing Joke "Ha" Killing Joke Live ‎(10") Editions EG EGMDT 4 US 1982
PL 3005, PL-3005 Killing Joke "Ha" Killing Joke Live ‎(10", MiniAlbum) Passport Records, Passport Records PL 3005, PL-3005 Canada 1982
VJCP-68770 Killing Joke "Ha" Killing Joke Live ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Virgin VJCP-68770 Japan 2005
07243 477650 2 5, KJRE 4 Killing Joke Ha! - Killing Joke Live ‎(CD, MiniAlbum, RE, RM) Virgin, Virgin 07243 477650 2 5, KJRE 4 UK & Europe 2005
none Killing Joke Ha! - Killing Joke Live ‎(CDr, Album, Promo, RE, RM) Virgin none UK 2005
07243 477650 2 5, KJRE 4 Killing Joke Ha! (Killing Joke Live) ‎(CD, MiniAlbum, RE, RM, RP) Virgin, Virgin 07243 477650 2 5, KJRE 4 UK & Europe Unknown


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Comments:
GWEZJ
The first Killing Joke recording following the orignal band's implosion in february 1982 the reasons for which were widely reported and remain subjects of debate nearly 25 years later. Punk icon Youth was no longer present, (reports of his being found wandering naked and confused in london streets made the music press and he went on to found 'Brilliant' and tour with Bauhaus), and was replaced on bass by Paul Raven who had previously been seen wearing 'fashionable leopard skin' clothing on the sleeve of a Neon Hearts LP. Raven added a tighter and more sinuous, maybe even 'poppier' side to the band's rhythms, but debatably at the cost of a slight loss to the intensity of the live performances.