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Krautrock / 60s70s Electronic / No Wave / New Wave / Postpunk
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2NDREALITY --- 11:07:01 13.9.2009
Grauzone - Grauzone
Grauzone (German for grey area) were a band from Switzerland active between 1978 and 1982 most famous for their 1981 song “Eisbär” which was later covered by the French band Nouvelle Vague.


“Eisbär” - je opravdu HIt , na jutub je i zivej kavr od drezdN dols ...
CYBERN --- 21:56:40 7.9.2009
2NDREALITY: Dik za tip, po poslechu par kousku na youtube se tesim, az si to doma stahnu a poslechnu v klidu.
2NDREALITY --- 19:11:09 7.9.2009
Red Temple Spirits - 1989 - If Tomorrow I Were Leaving for Lhasa, I Wouldn't stay a Minute More
vec kterou sem dlouho hledal ...
SAIL_OR --- 17:57:54 7.7.2009
BLEESKO: blank dogs jsem neznala, jsou skvělí, danke


btw mistře Rotten Apple, doufám, že sem dáš nějaký výběr toho, co budeš pouštět v Jolandě na svým neapplu
BIRLIBAN --- 16:02:32 29.6.2009
Objeveno teprve nedávno a jsem více než nadšen, úžasní...
The Names - Nightshift
The Names - Swimming [1982]
ELECTRICFRET --- 18:31:13 25.5.2009
Downtown 81 / New York Beat Movie


This film, directed by Edo Bertoglio, written by Glenn O'Brien and produced by O'Brien and Maripol, is a rare real-life snapshot of ultra-hip subculture of post-punk era Manhattan. Starring renowned artist Jean-Michel Basquiat and featuring such early Village artists as James Chance, Amos Poe, Walter Steding, and Tav Falco, the film is a bizarre elliptical urban fairytale.

The film opens with Jean (Basquiat) in the hospital with an undisclosed ailment. After checking out, he happens upon an enigmatic woman, Beatrice (Anna Schroeder), who drives around in a convertible. He arrives at his apartment only to discover that his landlord, played by former Yardbirds manager Giorgio Gomelsky, is evicting him.

Later, while trying to sell his art work, he encounters many downtown New York characters, from musician Arto Lindsay and his band DNA to David McDermott to graffiti artists Lee Quinones and Fab Five Freddy. Jean eventually does manage to sell some of his art work to a rich middle-aged woman who is interested in more than just his art, but she pays with a check. As the film progresses, he wanders the streets of New York City, looking for Beatrice. He catches performances by Kid Creole and the Coconuts and James White and the Blacks. Finally he happens upon a bag lady (Debbie Harry) who turns into a princess when he kisses her. As a reward, she gives him a stack of cash.


Download: http://uloz.to/1833541/Downtown%2081%20(Jean%20Michel%20Basquiat).rmvb