Atomic Dread Featuring Don-E - Keep It Real (12"). Exploding Plastic Records.
Atomic, Living in Dread and Promise. Pain and terror in The War Game. This gallery is from. Storyville-Atomic, Living in Dread and Promise. An impressionistic kaleidoscope of our nuclear times and the beauty of the atomic world. Tokyo Girls-Tokyo Girls. Unlocking the Cage-Unlocking the Cage. Being Evel Knievel-Being Evel Knievel. Bolshoi's Babylon-Bolshoi Babylon.
Atomic" is a hit song by the American new wave band Blondie, written by Debbie Harry and Jimmy Destri and produced by Mike Chapman. It was released as the third single from the band's platinum-selling 1979 album Eat to the Beat. Atomic" was composed by Jimmy Destri and Debbie Harry, who (in the book "1000 UK Hits" by Jon Kutner and Spencer Leigh) stated "He was trying to do something like "Heart of Glass", and then somehow or another we gave it the spaghetti western treatment
Band Name One Ok Rock. Album Name Keep It Real. Data de lançamento 16 Dezembro 2006. Labels Tower Records. Estilo de MúsicaRock. Membros têm este álbum2. 2. Tsurai + Ichi Shiawase.
It uses only archive footage to explore life and death in the atomic age. The band Mogwai created the original soundtrack. The film, with a live performance by Mogwai, closed the Edinburgh International Festival in 2016. It was then shown on BBC Storyville to mark 70 years since the bombing of Hiroshima. The soundtrack was subsequently reworked by Mogwai into a studio album, Atomic. Mark Cousins' montage explores the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Chernobyl disaster, Fukushima disaster, and the Three Mile Island accident.
Keep It Real may refer to: "Keep It Real" (Jamal song). Keep It Real" (MC Ren song). Keep It Real" (Miilkbone song). Keep It Real", a song by . amp; the Chopper City Boyz from Life in the Concrete Jungle. Keep It Real", a song by the Jonas Brothers from Lines, Vines and Trying Times. Keepin' It Real (disambiguation).
Much of Atomic balances the bright hope of atomic energy with the neurosis of yet to come duck and cover drills and the surreal repercussions of Hiroshima. Y'know, small potatoes thematic stuff. U-235" is perhaps the pinnacle highlight of Atomic. There are a few spots in the tune that would kill for an unlikely Crystal Sister cameo. It's a wonder we ever manage to get along and do anything together as a species, but the real wonder is that we don't.