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Extras - Skeptics - Sheen Of Gold (DVD)


  1. Produced by Brent McLachlan and the Skeptics Recorded at Writhe Recording CD3 Sensible: Recorded and produced by Skeptics at Writhe Recording Jonny Come Lately, Spring, The Bulldozer Song and Men 'O' War recorded Blue, Dodonski, Water, Fwoney and You Look Great were recorded during the Skeptics 3 sessions CD 4 If I Will I Can.
  2. Singer David D'Ath died just weeks later, following a short battle with leukemia. His death signaled a premature end for the band but not their music, which is widely regarded as some of the best to have come out of New Zealand. Like Skeptics' music, Sheen of Gold .
  3. The Skeptics were a postpunk noise band from Palmerston North, New Zealand active from During their existence as a band, they released 4 albums an EP and 10" single before the band disbanded in due to member David D'Ath's tragic lost battle with leukemia. III showcases the bands abrasive and haunting so.
  4. Skeptics - Sensible Shoes - Duration: 2 minutes, "Sensible Shoes" from the "Sheen of Gold" DVD directed by Simon Ogston. Footage courtesy of Tone Cornaga. pzacco uploaded and added to.
  5. Directed by Simon Ogston. Simon Ogston continues his excavations of underground Kiwi rock, with a tribute to one of New Zealand's most influential and eclectic rock bands of the 80s: the incomparable Skeptics. Ogston compiles interviews with all surviving band members and a wealth of rare archival footage, including Skeptics' controversial 'AFFCO'' video - which cut too close to the bone for 9/10(5).
  6. Pink Flying Saucers Over the Southern Alps, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on Flying Nun (catalog no. FN ; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Dunedin Sound, Jangle Pop, Indie Rock.
  7. In The Mood For Love [DVD] Format: DVD. out of 5 stars The cut of Cheung's dresses and the sheen of Leung's hair take on an unexpected importance in what appears to be Kar-wai's experiment into the purity of unconsummated passion. get a copy of both the 2 disc UK edition as well as the Criterion Region 1 edition from the USA as both Reviews:
  8. Simon Ogston's latest documentary takes on legendary '80s band the Skeptics. Cut short by singer David D'Ath's death from leukaemia in , the band's hugely influential and eclectic sound gathered fans from all over – but they soon disappeared into cult fandom.

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