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    can anyone translate this for me...

    a B-música em Manchester é hoje à noite um Moog especial. Nós estamos mostrando QUE o fil downstairs em 6 e neles MIM, DOM e ASHRA está jogando registros de MOOG-ONLY. (eu tentarei e baterei este para trás ao superior meu self mais tarde, após ' ninguém ' replys a ele.) verifique para fora deste (para mim) parede-wall-planner acessível http://www.b-music.co.uk/calendar.html
    kraut rock ist nicht tot!
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  • #2
    Originally posted by DOKO*ENO
    can anyone translate this for me...

    a B-música em Manchester é hoje à noite um Moog especial. Nós estamos mostrando QUE o fil downstairs em 6 e neles MIM, DOM e ASHRA está jogando registros de MOOG-ONLY. (eu tentarei e baterei este para trás ao superior meu self mais tarde, após ' ninguém ' replys a ele.) verifique para fora deste (para mim) parede-wall-planner acessível http://www.b-music.co.uk/calendar.html
    B-music in Manchester is today to the night a special Moog. We are showing THAT the fil downstairs in 6 and them ME, DOM and ASHRA is playing MOOG-ONLY registers. (I will try and beat this I stop backwards the superior o mine later self, after ' nobody ' replys it.) he verifies for it are of this (for me) accessible wall-wall-planner http://www.b-music.co.uk/calendar.html

    ya dig?
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    Last edited by Col Wolfe; 09-12-2009 at 10:37 PM.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by DOKO*ENO
      can anyone translate this for me...

      a B-música em Manchester é hoje à noite um Moog especial. Nós estamos mostrando QUE o fil downstairs em 6 e neles MIM, DOM e ASHRA está jogando registros de MOOG-ONLY. (eu tentarei e baterei este para trás ao superior meu self mais tarde, após ' ninguém ' replys a ele.) verifique para fora deste (para mim) parede-wall-planner acessível http://www.b-music.co.uk/calendar.html
      from freetranslation.com :

      To B-MUSIC in Manchester is today to the night a Moog special. We are showing THAT the fil downstairs in 6 and in them ME, GIFT and ASHRA is playing records of MOOG-ONLY. (I will try and I will beat this backwards to my superior self more latter, after ' nobody ' replys to him.) verify for outside of this (for me) parede-wall-planner accessible
      Give a man a tree, He'll take a forest!

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      • #4
        Oh, did you want the English?

        B 音樂在曼徹斯特今天是對夜特別Moog 。 我們表示, 對fil 樓下在6 和他們我, DOM 和ASHRA 演奏MOOG-ONLY 記數器。 (我將嘗試並且摔打這我以後停止落後優越o 礦
        自已, 在' 沒人以後' replys 它。) 它核實為它是這位(為我) 容易接近的牆壁牆壁計劃者
        http://萬維網。b 音樂。co 。英國對日曆。HTML
        You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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        • #5
          could've done with a portuguese translation last night at the milton nascimento gig. nearly all the betwixt song banter was in his native tongue.

          very dissappointing gig as well.
          he had one of those bands full of excrutiating jazz-fusion musos, you know the type, high-slung perspex guitar's, zeta basses, bandanas and they were all wearing headphones. blasting out some overly polished jazzy grooves.

          the set list was a let down too, mostly stuff i didn't know anyway. he did a bad version of Para Lennon y mccartney and an overly fast version of Maria Maria. no Cravo e Canela, no Tudo Que Voce.... no Faca Amolada.

          very dissappointing.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by DOKO*ENO
            can anyone translate this for me...

            a B-música em Manchester é hoje à noite um Moog especial. Nós estamos mostrando QUE o fil downstairs em 6 e neles MIM, DOM e ASHRA está jogando registros de MOOG-ONLY. (eu tentarei e baterei este para trás ao superior meu self mais tarde, após ' ninguém ' replys a ele.) verifique para fora deste (para mim) parede-wall-planner acessível http://www.b-music.co.uk/calendar.html
            My collegue who know portugese says its more or less nonsense.
            "Only one thought left, that makes me come alive,
            and that is you and me side by side, on the licorice ride"

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Brainbomb
              My collegue who know portugese says its more or less nonsense.

              It is complete nonsense. I cannot understand anything. Maybe it was translated into portuguese using one of those web translators... i cannot make anything out of it.

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              • #8
                Ha ha! I had Portuguese sleevenotes on my Beat Actione compilation years back:
                "Relgious bump'n'grindos con mujeres eroticas sagradas" (He Who Would Valiant Be)
                http://wakeupanddie.com
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Nick Cope
                  Ha ha! I had Portuguese sleevenotes on my Beat Actione compilation years back:
                  "Relgious bump'n'grindos con mujeres eroticas sagradas" (He Who Would Valiant Be)
                  They are great sleevenotes on that mate, particurlarly tickled with...

                  "Save our planet earth, stop destroying next is moon?"


                  Was that idea influenced by those first Yellow Productions comps - with the narratives in bad english. The all-time classic phrase off those was

                  "ADJUST YOUR PANTS"


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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Nick Cope
                    Ha ha! I had Portuguese sleevenotes on my Beat Actione compilation years back:
                    "Relgious bump'n'grindos con mujeres eroticas sagradas" (He Who Would Valiant Be)

                    On your comp??
                    Did you release this?
                    I found it second hand in Sweden and thought "what the hell is this?" - but had to pick it up for the Dr Who theme and some other tracks. It's a fantastic compilation, that I listen to a lot and also always bring with me when I play records (not DJ) in various small clubs and festivals and stuff...
                    "Only one thought left, that makes me come alive,
                    and that is you and me side by side, on the licorice ride"

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Brainbomb
                      On your comp??
                      Did you release this?
                      I found it second hand in Sweden and thought "what the hell is this?" - but had to pick it up for the Dr Who theme and some other tracks. It's a fantastic compilation, that I listen to a lot and also always bring with me when I play records (not DJ) in various small clubs and festivals and stuff...

                      That's spanish...

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by SARGE

                        ya dig?
                        That's my night

                        God i remember the Beat Actione album...i especially remember playing the Peter Wyngarde skit off once at a night called the Underground Set i used to do...
                        Anyone who's got the album will definately know how embarrasing it is...even more embarrasing that a girl came up to me and asked me if it was from the Scooby Doo theme tune???!!!!

                        Altogether now RRRRRrrrrrr.........etc etc

                        Years later when i finally got the album i was even more shocked to hear the song it's all it's sordid glory...it leaves me VERY unsettled... .

                        I was wondering if the Moog classic...there's a Moose Loose Abooooot this Hooooose will be getting an airing?Now that is a classic
                        Country be dyin like poor people do
                        Hospitals be closing...doors to me and you (Lopazz - Blood)

                        And here's some other stuff that i get up to...

                        https://www.facebook.com/pages/Serio...796469?fref=ts

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                        • #13
                          Oh yeah!
                          I hope to someday own the Peter Wyngarde LP, as a bit of offensive insanities can only improve my record collection...
                          Will probably be one of those LPs I might someday tuck away at some secret place so noone knows what sick stuff I own though...
                          "Only one thought left, that makes me come alive,
                          and that is you and me side by side, on the licorice ride"

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                          • #14
                            I can only imagine what a cornacopia of perverse delights line your shelves Brainbomb....
                            Country be dyin like poor people do
                            Hospitals be closing...doors to me and you (Lopazz - Blood)

                            And here's some other stuff that i get up to...

                            https://www.facebook.com/pages/Serio...796469?fref=ts

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                            • #15
                              Well I'm a proud owner of at least the first Belinda LP, looking for the second. If you buy CDs - check out the recent re-release of both albums on one CD with some English translations of some songs that were planned as an international release but never materialised in those days.
                              Here are some international opinions:
                              'm an older record shop nerd who's kind of out of touch with modern music so I really like it when somebody re-releases a porno funk rock record that you could only get in the 70s as a free gift with Swedish wank mags. Recorded with the cream of the Swedish session guys and masterminded by the true crazy Zacharias, this sets new highs and lows all around. At last an "incredibly strange sounds" record that sounds good! On the rare occasion I get a girl back to my house I always play them this and ply them with vodka. Six times out of ten they start to spin out, and that's how I get them to stay over.
                              Dick Sniffer/Vice Scandinavia.

                              When critics strain to pigeonhole a piece of music that's vaguely funky in that sleazy 70s way, the words "porn soundtrack" are often put to use. The idea that the blue movies of the 70s had even marginally interesting soundtracks is, if you think about it, a rather odd bit of received wisdom. How many people have actually seen enough of these films to say? Perhaps it's just that 70s porn soundtracks and the now-classic music of the blaxploitation genre have become tangled up in people's minds somehow. In 1975, Swedish songwriter and renaissance man Tom Zacharias recorded two concept albums so funky, so nasty, and in such overall bad taste, that counterpart skin flicks would've been mere redundancies. These records, titled Belinda and Belinda's Döttir, featured elastic rhythms, acid guitars, and catchy pop songs about kinky sex of the most extreme varieties. Sold primarily in porn shops, both were hits throughout Sweden. In an attempt to cross over to the American market, Zacharias recruited singers to add English vocals to a handful of the tunes and advertised the finished product via classifieds in the back pages of Hustler and Screw magazines. There were few takers, however, and Belinda never arrived in America. This CD reissue collects the Belinda songs re-recorded in English; also aboard are the Swedish originals. The sound of this disc is immediately appealing. Zacharias had access to a good studio and used top-drawer session musicians; every last instrument and piece of gear used here would undoubtedly fetch top dollar in today's vintage market. The grizzled guitar filth is so very right, and the drums pop and reverberate with joy-- a joy the 80s might've destroyed forever. When Zacharias' band is at its funkiest, it makes the kind of sound The Beastie Boys longed so desperately to capture on their Check Your Head-era instrumentals. At the purely sonic level, Belinda is a major treat. The songs themselves, though, present a mixed bag. I greatly prefer the Swedish versions because, in English, the lyrics are graphic and shocking in the most juvenile manner possible, distracting the listener from all other concerns. "Please Daddy" is sung from the perspective of a girl who wants to lay her father, and she's willing to allow Mom to join in. "Last Christmas," she sings, "I blew Santa Claus/ And the family that screws together grooves together." It's all theatrical and tongue-in-cheek, of course, but it's hard not to feel like an asshole listening to it. But skip to the Swedish half of the album, and the groove goes guiltless in comparison. With the meaning of the words masked, Belinda becomes an enjoyable series of libidinous 70s pop tunes with tough beats. "Slavinnan" sounds almost like Can, with a driving bass throb that the rubbery drummer clings to like a life preserver. "Gay Club" is acoustic and quieter but still danceable, stemming from some strain of music-hall tradition. Melodies seem drawn more from Northern European folk songs than the Western pop tradition, which lends an added degree of strangeness. A pretty decent record for a rather indecent party.
                              -Mark Richardson, April 8th, 2004/Pitchforkmedia


                              Oh shit! What the hell is this? Well, to cut to the chase, it's Swedish 70's psych-funk erotica groove with XXX lyrics (in English and Swedish) - but I don't think we'll be starting a new website section for this genre just yet.
                              This is pretty damn funny and pretty damn good musically too with loads of fuzz-wha-wha guitars, wicked drum beats and over the top XXX erotic lyrics! Our favourite though has got to be Gay Club ("...but four cocks at a time is all that I can handle - and someone sucking mine!"). If you found the "softcock" sketch in Chris Morris' TV show Jam funny, then you'll probably get a good giggle out of this too. We've been listening to it quite a bit, and really getting into the music (as well as the silly lyrics). Today Tom Zacharias lives, and is in good health, in Stockholm city. He is a regular walker-on in many TV productions and was the star of a bizarre televised enema championship (it's true!).
                              Moviegrooves


                              Tom Zacharias was something of a renaissance man: Sweden's first male pin-up, a successful film and television producer, singer and songwriter of a string of well-received LPs, and the mastermind behind Belinda and Belinda's Daughter, to my knowledge the only albums ever to have been conceived and created specifically to be sold from ads in the back of porn magazines. This is the sort of thing that could only have happened in the Sweden of the early 70s, with the sexual revolution in full swing and people waiting in lines around the block for mainstream erotic films like I Am Curious Yellow. In 1973, Zacharias was approached by businessman, inventor and astrologer Stefan Brydolf, who proposed that he write, perform and produce two concept albums of erotic rock, along with an accompanying erotic novel. The novel was written, and the LPs were recorded with the help of Sweden's finest session musicians, and everything sold fairly well. The next logical market was North America, so Zacharias recruited New Yorker Suzy Heine to translate and re-dub the lyrics in English, and ads were placed in US men's magazines like Screw and Hustler. Unfortunately, they never received even one order, and the album was shelved. Now Sweden's Subliminal Sounds have released this collection, which gathers together the never-before-heard English language tracks, together with both of the Swedish LPs. I have rarely heard anything as funny or as shocking as the first six tracks on this disc; funky 70s acid rock with completely over-the-top pornographic lyrics. Starting off with a sleazy fuzz-guitar solo, "Dirty" quickly erupts into alarmingly direct pornographic provocation: "You want to suck a cock and lick a hairy pussy/And wear sexy underwear and paint your face/You want a cock up your ass and rubber ducks in your bath/You'd like to screw every sailor in the place...Singer Suzy Heine erupts into perverse Karen Finley-style shrieking, detailing every sexual perversion imaginable: S&M, incest, rape fantasies, foot fetishism and homosexuality are all celebrated with equal zeal. What's most amazing is the infectiously funky jamming by the session musicians, which is really quite good, a terrific specimen of mid-70s acid-funk. It's tempting to compare it to porn soundtrack music, but I don't recall any porn soundtracks with music this accomplished. A closer parallel might be Blaxploitation music, an apt comparison, because Zacharias often reminds me of a Swedish Rudy Ray "Dolemite" Moore. For non Swedish-speakers, this disc loses a little bit of momentum after track six, because the remainder of the tracks are from the Swedish-language LPs, but the music is still fun. Belinda is absolutely essential; I don't where else you'd get to hear such languid, trippy rock music accompanying lyrical refrains like: "There's a he-man on the sofa with a hard-on, giving me the go-ahead sign/About four cocks at a time is all I can handle, with someone sucking mine." - Jonathan Dean/The Brain.
                              "Only one thought left, that makes me come alive,
                              and that is you and me side by side, on the licorice ride"

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