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Get Back - Laibach - Let It Be (CD, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Let It Be on Discogs. Label: Elektra - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Industrial Laibach - Let It Be (, CD) | Discogs/5(14).
  2. LET IT BE Jewel case Label: Mute Records Ltd., London (CDSTUMM58) CD album Originally released: Re-released: About Let It Be CD: Laibach’s controversial remake of the Beatles iconic album. Track list: Get Back Two of Us Dig a Pony I, Me, Mine Across the Universe Dig It I've Got.
  3. In some respects, Let It Be wasn't that hard of an effort -- songs like "Get Back," "I Me Mine," and "One After " simply had to have the Laibach elements applied (growled vocals, martial drums, chanting choirs, overpowering orchestrations, insanely over-the-top guitar solos) to be turned into bizarre doppelgängers. The sheer creepiness of.
  4. Laibach is the debut album of the Yugoslavian industrial group Laibach. It was first released in , although it was only in that it was released on CD. The tracks "Police Blow" and "First TV Generation" were composed by Laibach's sub-group V.K.. It was released again in with additional bonus songs.
  5. This is a "cover" of the The Beatles - Let It Be album, but it does not include the title-track. Comes in a standard jewel case with a 4-page booklet. The catalog number appears as "CDSTUMM58" on back cover and compact disc, as "cdstumm58" on back of booklet/5(4).
  6. LAIBACH réussi à réinventer un album déjà existant, avec des versions titanesques de "get back" ou "two of us", une sublime version d'"across the universe" avec une voix féminine, quasi a capella avec coeur d'enfants, qui restera la plus belle enregisté après celle des BEATLES.4/5(24).
  7. May 05,  · Slovenian avant-gardists Laibach cover the Beatles' Let it Be album as a goose-stepping jackboot Nazi rally style of clanking industrial music. The resulting shebang is enjoyable, though it often rubs up awfully close to novelty. I like the operatic drama that they bring to "Two of Us" and their percussion-less, female voice and harpsichord (it sounds like a harpsichord to me, at least) take /5(13).
  8. Get Back Lyrics: Jo Jo was a man who thought he was a loner / But he knew it couldn't last / Jo Jo left his home in Tucson, Arizona / For some California grass / Get back, get back / Get back to.

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