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9 Replies to “ Endless Nameless ”

  1. “Endless, Nameless” was nearly forgotten about during the initial pressings, as audio engineer Howie Weinberg forgot to even put it on the track listing. Frontman, guitarist, and lead singer Kurt.
  2. Endless, Nameless caused a huge stir amongst Wildhearts fans, due to it's distorted sound and white noise mixing. The album produced two sets of singles, 'Anthem' and 'Urge'. The track 'Anthem' sported Danny McCormack as lead vocalist for the first and only time. Abandoning past sound in favor of an almost industrial Punk style, The Wildhearts /5(8).
  3. Mike from Glendale Heights, Il They say that "Endless, Nameless" came about due to instrument malfunction during an attempted recording of "Lithium". Even though it was just a jam, I think the song's feel is really more similar to In Utero not Nevermind. It has an edginess and anger that we didn't get too much of on Nevermind.
  4. Feb 23,  · Nirvana - Endless, Nameless / Ending (Live at the Paramount ) Seattle - October 31, Source Bluray p. "Errors occurred during the video to send it, I .
  5. Nirvana "Endless, Nameless": Silence Here I am Here I am Silent Bright and clear It's what I am I have Died Mother Death With Nirvana - Endless, Nameless Lyrics | protcamahteledurlacarbelldolume.coinfo A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #.
  6. Jay Glass Dubs – Endless/ Nameless: out via anomia on the 24th of September (the same date Nevermind was released back in ) is a hommage to that track and its monolithic effect (using an inverted approach). Following his stripped-down methodology, Jay Glass Dubs elaborates on two single loops created initially with a simple step sequencer.
  7. Sep 27,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Endless, Nameless on Discogs/5(7).
  8. Endless, Nameless finds the Wildhearts opting for an indie label after their time with Warner failed to yield any hits. Stylstically, the album doesn't sound that different from their earlier releases, but it is a surprsingly consistent and appealing set of thunderous hard-rock.8/
  9. 'Endless Nameless' is what happens when you replace great songwriting with, well, heroin. Lots of heroin. Mired in those drug-induced troubles, a couple of good tracks make it out of this static-fuelled, industrial-strength mess of an album, but not enough to warrant its purchase/5.

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