Sikth - Let The Transmitting Begin... Japanese Edition download album
Let the Transmitting Begin (2002) by SikTh. Labels: Infernal Records. Genres: Progressive Metal, Math Metal. Let the Transmitting Begin Information. Track listing (Songs).
In the course of the 40-something minutes of material featured here, you'll find the original demo versions of songs that later appeared on our debut album, our first radio session for the BBC, up-to-date live recordings from the UK, an uncensored cut of the "Peep Show" video, plus an exclusive Mikee-mix of "Can't We All Dream?"
Death of a Dead Day is the second studio album by British progressive metal band Sikth, as well as the last released before their 2008–2013 hiatus. It was released on 6 June 2006 (06/06/06) in the United States and 26 June in the United Kingdom; the first 4000 copies came with hand autographed fold out posters. It was released on vinyl by Basick Records as part of Record Store Day 2014. Mikee Goodman – vocals. Justin Hill – vocals. Dan Weller – guitars. Graham "Pin" Pinney – guitars.
Let the Transmitting Begin. Progressive Metal Sikth. Добавить тексты песен альбома. Type EP. Дата релиза 26 Июль 2004. Музыкальный стильProgressive Metal. Владельцы этого альбома4.
Let the Transmitting Begin EP is the debut EP by metal band Sikth. It was originally released 2002 in the UK then re-released in Japan 2004 with extra tracks. The second CD of the UK pressing was recorded live for Mary Anne Hobbs' BBC Radio One Rock Show. This is Sikth's first real release and its absolutely blinding starting with the phenomenal track 'Such The Fool' a dark chaotic melee of harsh vocals and soaring gituars. If you weren't so perfect' leads nicely into the staccato 'Hold my finger' which is a crisp, refeshing song full of unexpected time changes and breakdowns. Overall a good picture of Sikth before their recent 'Trees are dead' album. 2 people found this helpful.
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Let The Transmitting Begin EP. EP by Sikth. Let the Transmitting Begin EP is the debut EP by metal band Sikth.
Let The Transmitting Begin EP" is the debut EP by metal band SikTh. The second CD of the UK pressing was recorded live for Mary Anne Hobbes' show on BBC Radio One. Track listing. CD 1. The Fool" You Weren't So Perfect" My Finger" – 3:44.
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|1||Such The Fool||3:18|
|2||(If You Weren't So) Perfect||3:30|
|3||Hold My Finger||3:36|
|5||Hold My Finger||3:56|
|6||Such The Fool||3:15|
|7||Skies Of Millennium Night||5:44|
|8||Wait For Something Wild||5:08|
|9||Suffice / Emerson Outro||7:18|
|10||Can't We All Dream? (No Need For Vultures Remix)
Remix – Mikee*Violin – Lisa Rollin
|Video||Peep Show (Video - Uncensored Edit)
Film Director [Directed By] – Adam Mason
- Bass – James Leach
- Design – Matt Read
- Drums – Dan 'Loord' Foord*
- Edited By, Compiled By – Ray Staff
- Engineer, Edited By [Protools Editing] – William Spong (tracks: 1, 2)
- Guitar – Dan Weller
- Guitar, Photography By – Pin
- Lyrics By – Justin Hill (tracks: 2, 3, 5, Video), Mikee W. Goodman* (tracks: 1 to 10)
- Management – DK Management
- Mastered By – Dick Beetham (tracks: 1 to 6), Ray Staff (tracks: 7 to 10)
- Mixed By – Matt Hyde (tracks: 7 to 9), Sikth (tracks: 7 to 9)
- Music By – Dan*, Dan*, James*, Pin
- Photography By – Jason Kelvin, Jessica Sharville, Katie Parsons , Martin Jeffery
- Producer [Assistant], Engineer [Assistant] – Nick Fountain (tracks: 4 to 6)
- Producer, Engineer – Simon Askew (tracks: 4 to 6)
- Recorded By – Andrew Scarth (tracks: 7 to 9), Sikth (tracks: 1, 2)
- Recorded By [Additional], Mixed By – John Fryer (tracks: 1, 2)
- Recorded By [Assistant], Mixed By [Assistant] – Max Dingel (tracks: 1, 2)
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Mark Williams (tracks: 3)
- Vocals – Justin Hill
- Vocals, Synthesizer [Synths] – Mikee W. Goodman*
NotesComes with an Obi-strip and extra booklet.
Features live, studio & visual material 2001 - 2004.
"The record that started it all for Sikth! Originally released in the UK on our own label back in 2001, now revitalised especially for Japan. In the course of the 40-something minutes of material featured here, you'll find the original demo versions of songs that later appeared on our debut album, our first radio session for the BBC, up-to-date live recordings from the UK, an uncensored cut of the "Peep Show" video, plus an exclusive Mikee-mix of "Can't We All Dream?" - Sikth '04
Tracks 1 to 3 original studio versions 2001.
Tracks 4 to 6 live in session for BBC Radio One. First transmitted in the UK on December 11th, 2001.
Tracks 7 to 9 recorded live at the Mean Fiddler in London on January 17th, 2004.
Video filmed at Dark Room in the UK in May 2004.
"Hopefully, the music / visuals here will provide an alternative insight into the first three years of Sikth activity starting with the very first recordings with the proper line-up (done in the middle of the night at Battery Studios in London!) and concluding with tracks from our biggest headline show so far...".
Tracks 1 & 2 recorded at Great Linford Manor Studios (Milton Keynes) & The Library (London). Engineering & ProTools editing at The Library. Additional recording & mixing at Bunk, Junk & Genius Studios (London).
Track 3 recorded & mixed at Battery Studios (London).
Track 1 to 3 mastered at 360 Mastering (London).
Tracks 4 to 6 produced & engineered Maida Vale Studios (London). Released by arrangement with BBC Music.
Tracks 7 to 9 mixed at Miloco Studios (London). Mastered at Alchemy (London).
Track 10 remixed at Woodman Towers.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 988002 464135
- Matrix / Runout: VICP-62820-1 X2A V
- Rights Society: JASRAC
|INFCD005||Sikth||Let The Transmitting Begin... (2xCD, EP, Ltd)||Infernal Records||INFCD005||UK||2002|
|VICP-62820||Sikth||Let The Transmitting Begin... Japanese Edition (CD, EP, Enh)||Victor||VICP-62820||Japan||2004|