Musical Rendering

Thursday October 17th 2013, 2:22 pm

Here is a list of music that was listened to while drawing pages for Sandman Issue 1…

Apr. 4th-
Chelsea Wolfe: Apokalypsis
Chelsea Wolfe: The Grime and The Glow
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds: Push the Sky Away
Sound City: Real to Reel

May 9th –
David Bowie: The Next Day
Those Poor Bastards: The Plague
Julian Cope: Black Sheep

May 30th –
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club: Specter At The Feast
Fitz And The Tantrums: More Than Just A Dream
The Twilight Garden: A World We Pretend

June 13th-
Calexico: Spoke
Nellie McKay: Obligatory Villagers
Black Sabbath: 13

June 14th-
The Warlocks: Heavy Deavy Skull Lover
Death In Vegas: Dead Elvis
Stereophonics: b-sides

August 6th-
Gogol Bordello: Pura Vida Conspiracy
Marnie: Crystal World
Julian Cope: Revolutionary Suicide

August 23rd-
Ad Astra: Jewels Of The Nile on vinyl
Joey Ramone: “Ya Know?” on vinyl
Music Inspired By Star Wars And Galactic Funk By Meco on vinyl

Sept 2nd-
Rush: Presto
Rush: Fly By Night
Love and Rockets: Seventh Dream Of Teenage Heaven

Sept 10th-
Nine Inch Nails: Hesitation Marks
Nine Inch Nails: Hesitation Marks Remixes
Yeah Yeah Yeahs: Mosquito

Sept 20th-
Love and Rockets: Express
Love and Rockets: Earth Sun Moon

Sept 23rd-
Love and Rockets: Love and Rockets
Love and Rockets: Sorted! The Best of Love and Rockets

Sept 25th-
ELO: No Answer

Sept 30th-
ELO: On the Third Day
ELO: Eldorado

Oct. 1st-
ELO: Face The Music
ELO: A New World Record
ELO: Out of the Blue

Oct. 3rd-
ELO: Discovery
ELO: Time
ELO: Secret Messages

Oct. 5th-
ELO: Balance of Power
ELO: Zoom
Rush: Vapor Trails Remixed
DEVO: Hardcore Volume 1 on vinyl
DEVO: Hardcore Volume 2 on vinyl
The Mission: The Brightest Light

Oct. 6th-
Chelsea Wolfe: Prayer for the Unborn
Chelsea Wolfe: Unknown Rooms: A Collection of Acoustic Songs
Chelsea Wolfe: Pain is Beauty on vinyl
The Damned: The Stiff Singles 1976-1977, vinyl 45s
Nick Cave and Warren Ellis: The Proposition- Original Soundtrack
Those Poor Bastards: Songs of Desperation
Those Poor Bastards: Hellfire Hymns

Oct. 7th-
Blondie rarities (homemade compilation #8)
Blondie rarities (homemade compilation #9)
Blondie rarities (homemade compilation #10)

Oct. 8th-
Ghost Dance: Stop The World

17 Comments so far
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That’s a hell of a great list! Gave me a few things to look into, thanks!

Comment by Bryan E. West 10.18.13 @ 6:59 pm

Nice selections … but it leads me to ask the question …

What? No Blondie?!?

Comment by Pam 10.20.13 @ 3:06 pm

I’m glad you had a lot of ELO in there.

Comment by John 10.21.13 @ 9:09 am

Hey Pam
I put up the wrong list. Now updated with correct info, and you’ll see Blondie listed there now ;^)

Comment by jhw3 10.30.13 @ 10:52 pm

Hey John
Love ELO!

Comment by jhw3 10.30.13 @ 10:52 pm

Great selection!
I see Chelsea Wolfe. Do you know Russian Circles? It´s one of my favourite instrumental bands with the ex-botch Brian Cook playing the bass. Russian Circles have a new album, Memorial, and the last song is with Chelsea Wolfe, they did together the european tour.
A big hug!

Comment by Pedro 11.01.13 @ 8:47 am

You know, I have listened to so much more Blondie since meeting you in NYC a few years ago, and seeing this list is cool. I am surprised at your later era RUSH fixation, saw them 50-75 times but still resist post power Windows stuff,although since Alex is back in the mix more with no synths I like that stuff too.

BTW, I am the Sean on your mythical commission list (Dr Strange, eyeballs with gaping maws. Remember?), so if you have some time and want to do some work with a magical focus…


just hoping. Glad to see you coming to NJ next April (according to the Asbury Park convention list), see you there!

-Sean (haven’t read my Sandman yet but your comment makes me want to see issue 3 now!)

Comment by sean wasielewski 11.06.13 @ 3:57 pm

I saw Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds on Oct 31 and he continues to be the best live performer!! Just mindblowing!!!! 😮

Comment by Alex 11.14.13 @ 9:23 pm

Hey Pedro
I’ve not heard them, but will check them out. Thanks for the recommendation. Hugs back ;^)

Comment by jhw3 11.15.13 @ 10:37 pm

Hey there sean wasielewski
I can’t help but love rush in all their various directions. You should pick up Clockwork Angels. See you in NJ.

Comment by jhw3 11.15.13 @ 10:42 pm

Hi Alex
Truly awesome artist, thanks for the link.

Comment by jhw3 11.15.13 @ 10:43 pm

You’re welcome

I can’t make up my mind if Warren Ellis is sane, insane or a mixture of both!
Whatever he is, he entertains me to no end!

Comment by Alex 11.16.13 @ 12:45 am

Hey Alex
You should pick up the soundtrack work they’ve done, so good.

Comment by jhw3 11.16.13 @ 12:58 pm

Love the ELO, saw David Bowie early on, thought you might start dropping some classic Ziggy Stardust later, but didn’t!

Comment by Alex 11.26.13 @ 5:47 pm

Hey there Alex
There is a good chance classic Bowie will show up along the way.

Comment by jhw3 11.27.13 @ 6:12 pm

I see that we have very similar tastes in music, which I think is really interesting. Chlesea Wolfe is great and her new album is amazing. Love in Rockets (back in the 90’s) was literally the best concert I have ever seen and I have seen hundreds of concerts in my lifetime. Plus, what’s not to love about Nick Cave? Cool to see The Twilight Garden and Fitz and the Tantrums there as well. Great list.

Comment by Jeff 12.07.13 @ 1:38 pm

Hey Jeff
Music is wonderful, yeah?

Comment by jhw3 12.24.13 @ 12:49 pm

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