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Janice Long radio interview with Dave Vanian in 1985.

However, Queen of the Damned has no depth. The acting is largely mediocre. The plot is thin (though some of the effects were good). I definitely would not recommend it to anyone looking for an even remotely highbrow film.

This Is Part 2 Of A 2 Disc Interview (Both Are Picture Discs). Part 2 Is An Interview With Dave And Roman.

Phantasmagoria is the sixth album by the Damned, released by MCA in July 1985. After much wrangling, the Damned received a new contract with MCA Records in October 1984 on the strength of the song "Grimly Fiendish", issued as a single the following March. They recorded the album in Eel Pie Studios between March and June 1985.

Even as far back as the band’s Damned Damned Damned debut, songs like Fan Club and Feel The Pain showcased a penchant for back street menace and macabre shifting shadows, frontman Dave Vanian’s potent baritone suavely bringing a dash of Hammer Horror melodrama to the album’s trashy post-Stooges clatter. On 1979’s belligerent Machine Gun Etiquette album, Vanian repeated the trick, donning metaphorical black leather gloves and raising a callous eyebrow, duly morphing into the demented circus clown of These Hands. Released in July 1985, Phantasmagoria was Vanian’s album through and through. The majority of the music had been written by Roman Jugg, but it is the frontman who dominates.

After Captain Sensible left the Damned in 1984 when his solo career took off with the freak success of his single "Happy Talk," Dave Vanian took over the creative reins of the group, and he began nudging their music in a direction that reflected his growing interest in the goth movement. The Damned's flirtation with goth led to them signing a major label deal for the first time and enjoying one of their biggest commercial successes with the 1985 album Phantasmagoria.

The Damned released their first album, Damned Damned Damned, on 18 February 1977. Produced by Nick Lowe, it was the first full-length album released by a British punk band, and included a new single, " Neat Neat Neat ". The band went on tour to promote the album, in March opening for T. Rex on their final tour. The Damned tentatively reformed with the "Les Punks" line-up in early 1979, but originally performed as The Doomed to avoid potential trademark problems. Captain Sensible switched to guitar and keyboards, and after a brief period with Lemmy on bass for studio demos and a handful of live appearances, and a slightly longer period with Henry Badowski on bass, the bassist position was filled by Algy Ward, formerly of The Saints The band then played a set and conducted a short interview on the Cherry Blossom Clinic on WFMU on 16 May 2009.

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Tracklist

A Interview Part 1
B Interview Part 2

Notes

This Is Part 2 Of A 2 Disc Interview (Both Are Picture Discs). Part 2 Is An Interview With Dave And Roman.


The Damned - An Interview With The Damned 1985 FLAC album

Performer: The Damned

Title: An Interview With The Damned 1985

Date of release: 1985

Style: Interview

Genre: Not music

Size MP3: 1211 mb

Size FLAC: 1228 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

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