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Danielle Dax - Comatose Non Reaction: The Thwarted Pop Career album download
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Danielle Dax - Comatose Non Reaction: The Thwarted Pop Career album download

Performer:
Danielle Dax
Album:
Comatose Non Reaction: The Thwarted Pop Career
Style:
Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock,Post-Punk
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01:21:21
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1121 mb
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1922 mb
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Full title on the front cover is on - The Thwarted Pop Career Of Danielle Dax". Track 2-8 is from the Shock Headed Peters album Fear Engine II. All songs recorded at Fortress Dax and The Gin Palace

A crying shame as she was so unique - there was no one else like her and in that I felt she warranted commercial recognition.

Dax was to make her 'pop' musical debut in 1979 just three weeks of joining the group Amii Toytal and the Croixroads - this was a pseudonym for the Lemon Kittens - as keyboardist, flautist and saxophonist. It was their first gig and took place at Reading University's Student Union 'Airport' Bar. Karl Blake from the Lemon Kittens had met her some three weeks earlier after he read an article about her in a local newspaper. Her last two album releases were in 1995 and consisted of a career retrospective double-album entitled Comatose Non-Reaction: The Thwarted Pop Career of Danielle Dax and an EP of new avant-garde and almost completely instrumental material called Timber Tongue (both on her own Biter Of Thorpe label). Dax's career in the music business then went on indefinite hiatus and is often referred to as a 'retirement'.

10 songs on the album are from the Inky Bloaters album, 1 from Pop-Eyes and 2 from Jesus Egg that Wept. 6 songs original to this album. Rock songs, with a dark edge. I prefer this to Blast the Human Flower, which seems to have a little less individuality.

A career retrospective was tellingly titled Comatose Non Reaction: The Thwarted Pop Career of Danielle Dax. She once asked "Why are the nicer people not as successful as the shitty people?" This interview tells about her struggles against prejudice (and, one presumes, high-street hairdressing). Now 50, she seems to have semi-retired from music. But I've listened to tracks such as Cathouse, Fizzing Human Bomb and Big Hollow Man and they're every bit as packed with fizz and fun as I remember them

Comatose Non Reaction. While cranking out highly intelligent, creative songs that had catchy pop sensibilities, she struggled in total obscurity. Weird, because everyone who was familiar with her loved her. The word of mouth press was fantastic but it never got beyond that. Outside of the Goth hour of any decent college radio station (and no, she's not really Goth) I never heard Dax on the radio. I'll never understand that. This is a great collection of her earlier works, 1989's "Blast the Human Flower" album is not represented on this collection. Blast was suppossed to be her crossover mainstream effort, but it was mismanaged. If you like something different, this collection is for you, and if you can find it, get Blast the Human Flower to see a different side of her musical talents. Update: In spite of the fan outcry, Ms. Dax has given up her musical career to become a garden designer.

Dark Adapted Eye 1988. Blast The Human Flower 1990. Tomorrow Never Knows 1990. Jesus Egg That Wept (Vinyl) 1984. Pop-Eyes (Vinyl) 1983. The Chemical Wedding 1987. Timber Tongue (EP) 1995. The BBC Sessions 1988. The Janice Long Session 1987.

Danielle Dax (born as Danielle Gardner in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, UK on 23 September 1958) is an experimental English musician and producer from the late 1970s to the early 1990s. After a short modelling career (she won the "Miss Evening Echo" competition in 1976) she performed briefly with the avantgarde punk band The Lemon Kittens and during this time she also contributed vocals to the League of Gentlemen's 1981 eponymous album on the song "Minor Man".

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Yummer Yummer Man Danielle Dax / David Knights Danielle Dax 3:25
2 Bad Miss 'M' Danielle Dax / David Knights Danielle Dax 2:44
3 Fizzing Human Bomb Danielle Dax / David Knights Danielle Dax 3:43
4 Where the Flies Are Danielle Dax / David Knights Danielle Dax 3:14
5 Up in Arms Danielle Dax 2:58
6 When I Was Young Danielle Dax 3:48
7 Big Hollow Man Danielle Dax / David Knights Danielle Dax 4:47
8 Muzzles Danielle Dax 3:18
9 The Passing of the Thrid Floor Back Danielle Dax 2:46
10 Music from the Film 'Axel' Danielle Dax 7:28

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Olamal Danielle Dax 1:25
2 Whistling for His Love Danielle Dax / David Knights Danielle Dax 3:24
3 Cathouse Danielle Dax / David Knights Danielle Dax 3:30
4 Touch Piggy's Eyes Danielle Dax 4:05
5 House Cat Danielle Dax 3:30
6 White Knuckle Ride Danielle Dax / David Knights Danielle Dax 2:48
7 Cold Sweat Danielle Dax 5:44
8 Hate on Sight Danielle Dax 5:29
9 Defiled Danielle Dax / David Knights Danielle Dax 4:16
10 Blight Danielle Dax 4:01
11 Mongatron Danielle Dax 4:58