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Killing Joke - Killing Joke (1980): Review

Produced by Killing Joke
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Formed in 1979, Killing Joke were a band of uncompromising confrontation both on and off record. Refusing to entertain the interest from major record labels, notoriously difficult to interview and galvanized by an increasing public paranoia of the growing cold war threat, they delivered deliberately bludgeoning post punk that was intended to disturb and compel its message to the angered and frustrated. 317 more words


836. wardance

Killing Joke were mixing metal with repetitive beats with their own unique apocalyptic take on life-the-universe-everything long before it was a thing, and to solid, intense effect as… 71 more words

All Vinyl Apocalypse

Killing Joke - The Wait

• “The Wait” set to a picture of the housing album cover. Thanks to jabronie25.

“Great Post-Punk from England”

From their album “Killing Joke” (EG EGMD-5.45), released in 1980. 183 more words


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killing joke – you’ll never get to me (2003)

1) Defy; to refuse to obey someone or something. try and do this every day for the rest of your life. 195 more words

Film Freak: The Killing Joke

One of my all-time favorite Joker stories is The Killing Joke. The story was controversial because it brutally changed the status quo: Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) was now paralyzed from the legs down. 404 more words

Film Freak

Red Beat - 2nd No Class interview

Since we stumbled upon Roy and conducted the first ever Red Beat interview, the No Class controllers have maintained a firm interest in the music being made under that moniker. 1,681 more words

No Class

Yearly Review: 2016

So it is basically the end of 2016 and it has been a year that has been shouted at to the point I’m starting to wonder if people actually believe that a duration has a personality and that that personality is draconian-evil with paranoid tendencies. 1,731 more words

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