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KP says: New records added to my collection - 2019       
Updated: 2019-04-25 18:03:18    Type:  music comment     English text   Read Full Comment    
I'll update this post every time I add a new record to my collection in 2019. Follow this link to see record details. New Records in 2019: Miley Cyrus - "Bangerz (Deluxe Version)" (CD) Prince & The Revolution - "His Majesty's Pop Life / The Purple Mix Club" (2x12") D-A-D - "Burning Star" (7") Slægt - "Black Bombs" (7") Tone Poet(Derwood Andrews) - "Smash Hits" ... [read more]
 
New records added to my collection - 2019 (music comment)
 
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KP says: The Curse of La Llorona [2019]   Rating: Rating: 2/6   
Updated: 2019-04-17 16:01:50    Type:  movie review     English text   Read Full Comment    
This one is branded as a The Conjuring spin-off, but that's a stretch. Yes, there's a priest who was also in the first Annabelle[2014] movie, but that's about it. It has another thing in common with the first Annabelle though - none of them are great movies. Most of all, the movie is rather boring. The settings aren't interesting and the dialogue is cringeworthy at times. The kids are not very annoying though and ... [read more]
 
The Curse of La Llorona [2019] (movie review)
 
KP says: Amanda Palmer : "There Will Be No Intermission"   Rating: Rating: 3/6   
Updated: 2019-03-23 13:49:02    Type:  cd/vinyl review     English text   Read Full Comment    
Well, well, well. I thought I'd had enough of Amanda's left-wing propaganda on social media sites. Then 2x Dresden Dolls happened in London in October 2018. I went to see those 2 shows. Great, not exactly awesome, too much political BS talk in between, but still it was very nice to hear the DD live again with my new friend Narkia from France. I quit Amanda's patrons site a long time ago. I like ... [read more]
 
Amanda Palmer : "There Will Be No Intermission" (cd/vinyl review)
 
KP says: Gemma Ray : "Psychogeology"   Rating: Rating: 6/6   
Updated: 2019-03-23 10:58:12    Type:  cd/vinyl review     English text   Read Full Comment    
I've had the great pleasure of listening to this album for more than a month now, after I bought it at Gemma's release gig in Berlin in February. Is it the best Gemma Ray release yet? Is it perfect? Is it wonderful from beginning to end? Yes, yes and yes. Her best albums so far, were "Milk For Your Motors" [2014] and "Island Fire" [2012]. Both albums were awesome, but they ... [read more]
 
Gemma Ray : "Psychogeology" (cd/vinyl review)
 
KP says: Alita: Battle Angel (2D) [2019]   Rating: Rating: 4/6   
Updated: 2019-02-18 19:18:39    Type:  movie review     English text   Read Full Comment    
This is a movie adaption of a Japanese cyberpunk manga series "Gunnm" created by Yukito Kishiro. It was directed by Robert Rodriguez, but a certain James Cameron has also been involved as screenplay writer and producer. The story is set in the future after some great war has laid most of the Earth to waste. Iron City is where the story takes place and above it floats the mysterious sky city Zalem. ... [read more]
 
Alita: Battle Angel (2D) [2019] (movie review)
 
KP says: Gemma Ray - Musik & Frieden, Live, Berlin 2019-02-15   Rating: Rating: 6/6   
Updated: 2019-02-16 21:19:50    Type:  concert review     English text   Read Full Comment    
I am so glad I went to see this sold-out "Psychogeology" album release party in Berlin. Gemma Ray and her 2 men and 2 women band were a total blast. Gemma on voice 'n guitar, a keyboard player, a bassist, sax 'n flute, drums 'n keys. Gemma has never sounded better live and the packed room loved every second and swallowed it all up. The band and the new album gave it all ... [read more]
 
Gemma Ray - Musik & Frieden, Live, Berlin 2019-02-15 (concert review)
 
KP says: The Revolution - Vega, Copenhagen - Live, 2019-02-08   Rating: Rating: 5/6   
Updated: 2019-02-09 02:08:25    Type:  concert review     English text   Read Full Comment    
Prince's former band The Revolution were behind some of the best Prince albums. Basically covering "1999" [1982] - "Sign 'Ø' The Times" [1987]. They weren't credited for all of that, but they had more than a hand in it. For those of us (sadly me) that were a year late and missed Prince in Copenhagen 1986, this was the first time ever to witness his most important band live. A chance no true Prince fan ... [read more]
 
The Revolution - Vega, Copenhagen - Live, 2019-02-08 (concert review)
 
KP says: The Mule [2019]    Rating: Rating: 3/6   
Updated: 2019-01-14 18:23:36    Type:  movie review     English text   Read Full Comment    
Clint Eastwood is both playing the main character and directing this movie. Very impressive indeed for an 88-year-old man and legend. Earl Stone has always focused on his work and neglected his family. His relations to his ex-wife and daughter are very bad. When he fails to adapt to the internet age, he loses his flower business too. He is offered a job transporting cocaine for a mexican drug cartel and soon he is ... [read more]
 
The Mule [2019]  (movie review)
 
KP says: Bye baj 2018, Hej Haj 2019       
Updated: 2018-12-22 15:19:44    Type:  music comment     English text   Read Full Comment    
Time to sum it up. The year 2018 will be remembered for, well, nothing at all. So here goes... POP: WINNER: Kim Wilde : "Here Come The Aliens". Best pop album of 2018. Kim is back in form. The deluxe 2CD with extra remixes and live recordings is the best way to get some value for money, but the clear red vinyl is nice too! RUNNER-UPs: ... [read more]
 
Bye baj 2018, Hej Haj 2019 (music comment)
 
KP says: Suspiria [2018]   Rating: Rating: 3/6   
Updated: 2018-11-17 20:33:38    Type:  movie review     English text   Read Full Comment    
The original Suspiria from 1977 is a sensory explosion. It has insane coloring, almost neon-like. The soundtrack by Goblin is outstanding in itself. The atmosphere, the set, the images, the witches, the heavy rain. A few spectacular deaths. The shitty acting and the ridiculous dialogue. Very Italian and very awesome. A movie you will never forget. A Dario Argento masterpiece. This new remake by Luca Guadagnino isn't really a remake. It is more fair ... [read more]
 
Suspiria [2018] (movie review)
Suspiria [2018] (movie review)
 
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