The End: Nico

The End: Nico

Once I forget about the history of who is singing, and just sink into the music I'm transported into a glistening ice cave, with brilliant crystalline dreams projected from shards of razor sharp crystals.

  • Stereo Total with their cool future-retro take of European Pop music have allays made songs that gets under my skin, with Discotheque Brezel Göring and Françoise Cactus push through on to dance music. The result is everything a St... Stereo Total with their cool future-retro take of European Pop music have allays made songs that gets under my skin, with Discotheque Brezel Göring and Françoise Cactus push through on to dance music. The result is everything a Stereo Total fan expects and more. Hip moving drums, staccato synths sounds from the 70', falsetto vocals and lots of tongue-in-cheek fun. There's even a dance version of "Chelsea Girls"!!

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  • I have to admit, I'm the kind of person who ends up getting everything I can find from an artist, there's something about Nico that I find so compelling, I like her studio albums bootleg recordings, early and late recordings, I ju... I have to admit, I'm the kind of person who ends up getting everything I can find from an artist, there's something about Nico that I find so compelling, I like her studio albums bootleg recordings, early and late recordings, I just cant get enough. I've noticed that I'm not even stopped by poor album cover design, which thankfully isn't the case with The Frozen Borderline. Nice one.

  • Nico's Chelsea Girl (1967) was not her debut solo effort. The album is an introspective with a longing for dreams and love.

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  • If you have the opportunity, this should be listened to on vinyl. If all you've got is iTunes and an iPod for all your music needs, that'll work too. This is the first solo album from Nico and one that still echos in the music wor... If you have the opportunity, this should be listened to on vinyl. If all you've got is iTunes and an iPod for all your music needs, that'll work too. This is the first solo album from Nico and one that still echos in the music world. Not to mention it was because of this album that we have "The Royal Tenenbaums." That is, Wes Anderson first thought of the movie as a single scene with someone getting off a bus to the tune of "These Days" It all came from there.

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