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John Doran - Hubris album

John Doran  - Hubris album
Performer: John Doran
Title: Hubris
Released: 2015
Style: Spoken Word
Genre: Electro / Rock / Not music
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 591
Formats: MP3 AUD AA MOD XM MPC DMF
MP3 size: 1101 mb
FLAC size: 1942 mb

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Gun Lore
Featuring – John Doran , Karin ParkPerformer – Årabrot
A2 Area Forecast
Performer – Abi Fry, John Doran , Neil Hamilton*
B1 The Guardian
Performer – John Doran , Perc
B2 Marguerita Time
Performer – John Doran , Loz Williams, Nicky Wire
B3 Spiral Arms
Performer – Nik Void*

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Masterworks

Credits

  • Artwork [Outer Sleeve], Design [Outer Sleeve] – Simon Fowler
  • Design [Inner Sleeve] – Nik Void*
  • Mastered By – Milan Adamik
  • Recorded By [Vocals] – John Tatlock

Notes

John Doran would like to thank Luke Turner for coming up with this idea and making it happen... despite the darkness of the hour. Thanks to Simon and Nik for their artistic input. Thanks also to Craig Caukill and Chris Blenman from PAIS, Mark Pilkington from Strange Attractor and all for the musicians for their creativity and generosity. But thanks especially to Kjetil whose enthusiasm for the project - and the ark arts in general - and his unwillingness to pay any heed to the serious illness he was suffering at the time, prevented it from stalling at several points.

A complimentary release to John Doran' s debut book ‘Jolly Lad’

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5050954431516
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): BF 86084-01 A1 AM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): BF 86084-01 B1 AM

John Doran (2) ‎– Hubris. Label: The Quietus Phonographic Corporation ‎– GID005LP. Format: Vinyl, 12", Album. despite the darkness of the hour. Thanks to Simon and Nik for their artistic input. Thanks also to Craig Caukill and Chris Blenman from PAIS, Mark Pilkington from Strange Attractor and all for the musicians for their creativity and generosity. But thanks especially to Kjetil whose enthusiasm for the project - and the ark arts in general - and his unwillingness to pay any heed to the serious illness he was suffering at the time, prevented it from stalling at several points

You can hear excerpts below and stay tuned to tQ for news of more ways to hear the music. I think I can trace the genesis of HUBRIS back as far as 21 years ago. In 1994, about ten years into my chequered relationship with narcotics, either the drugs had gone bad or my ability to cope with them had. Either way I was often to be found lying in bed in the small hours of the morning in my basement flat in Longsight, Manchester, shaking with fear and unable to sleep.

Karin Park & John Doran. More from "HUBRIS" album. Abi Fry, Neil Hamilton Wilkinson & John Doran. Perc & John Doran. Nicky Wire, Loz & John Doran.

If you listen closely enough you can hear this Siberian post punk quintet laughing but that doesn't mean their latest album is a joke, says John Doran. On 17 May 1991 a musician called Sergey Kuryokhin and a reporter named Sergey Sholokhov carried out an audacious hoax live on Russian television. Kuryokhin, despite being a relatively popular musician, piano player, composer, artist and film actor, passed himself off as a political historian on the talk show Pyatoe Koleso (The Fifth Wheel).

is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the American comedy-drama television series Scrubs.

For the Richard Beirach album, see Hubris (album). Illustration for John Milton's Paradise Lost by Gustave Doré (1866). The spiritual descent of Lucifer into Satan is one of the most famous examples of hubris. Hubris (/ˈhjuːbrɪs/, from ancient Greek ὕβρις) describes a personality quality of extreme or foolish pride or dangerous overconfidence, often in combination with (or synonymous with) arrogance. In its ancient Greek context, it typically describes behavior that defies the norms of behavior or challenges the gods, and which in turn brings about the downfall, or nemesis, of. the. Examples of hubris are often found in literature, most famously in John Milton's Paradise Lost, in which Lucifer attempts to compel the other angels to worship him, is cast into hell by God and the innocent angels, and proclaims: "Better to reign in hell than serve in heaven.

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