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  • CD (14 avril 2009)
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  • Format : CD, Edition de collection, Titres bonus, Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
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1. 25 O'clock
2. Bike Ride To The Moon
3. My Love Explodes
4. What In The World??...
5. Your Gold Dress
6. The Mole From The Ministry
7. 25 O'clock (Demo)
8. Bike Ride To The Moon (Demo)
9. My Love Explodes (Demo)
10. What In The World??... (Demo)
11. Nicely Nicely Jane (Demo)
12. Susan Revolving (Demo)
13. Black Jewelled Serpent Of Sound (Radio Caroline Edit)
14. Open A Can Of Human Beans
15. Tin Toy Clockwork Train

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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par STEFAN COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 16 mars 2015
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En 1985, un XTC en rupture d'activité scénique depuis 3 ans éprouve le besoin de s'accorder une petite récréation psychédélique, l'excellente nouvelle s'appelle The Dukes of Stratosphear et le EP 25 O'Clock, un triomphe !
Un triomphe ? Oui, da ! Parce que non seulement 25 O'Clock, quoique beaucoup trop court, se compose de six merveilles de chansons, c'est aussi un succulent jeu de piste convoquant les Beatles en fleur, les Pink Floyd originels, les Yardbirds post-Clapton, etc., bref, toute la crème psychédélique anglaise de la fin des années soixante. Certains trouveront ceci dérivatif, ça l'est et c'est admirablement assumé comme tel et ne demande à l'auditeur que de se laisser aller et de savourer une parfaite lecture aux foisonnants arrangements d'un psychédélisme vintage magistralement réincarné. Evidemment, la star du songwriting est présentement Sir John Johns (aka Andy Partridge) auteur de 5 des six exquises bombes mais la contribution de The Red Curtain (Colin Moulding, évidemment) sur What in the World??... n'en est pas, pour autant, à négliger. A partir de là, il n'y a qu'un regret à avoir, que la fête, ô si belle !, ô si convaincante !, soit si brève.
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A merciless yet affectionate tribute to psychedelic rock 16 juin 2009
Par S. Schorn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Dukes/XTC were looking back twenty years or so when they recorded "25 O'Clock." What seemed like a pretty straightforward spoof/homage at the time sounds more complex now, since another couple of decades have gone by. And it's still vastly entertaining.

Younger listeners who've heard that the Dukes were a "60s spoof band" may be forgiven for thinking, upon listening to this album, "Oh come on--were people ever really THAT high, even in the 60s?" Yes. Yes they were. Listen to George Harrison's guitar solo (for want of a better word) on "All You Need is Love"--it's the sound of a man falling offstage, rendered on six strings. Measured against this standard, many of the Dukes' musical excesses seem almost subtle. The songs skate gleefully along the very edge of plausibility. Frankly idiotic lyrics and musical structures are executed with a supreme confidence that is strangely satisfying, and irresistibly funny. Don't, for example, listen to "The Mole from the Ministry" if you're drinking anything you don't want coming out your nose.

The import version includes abundant liner notes. Vocalist/guitarist/compulsive demo-maker Andy Partridge recounts the history behind the Dukes; bassist Colin Moulding contributes some memories of the songs and the recording sessions. Guitarist David Gregory describes the Dukes' gear with a level of detail that is frankly astonishing; in fact, at times it's downright perplexing--more on the level you would expect in an eBay listing, or eyewitness testimony at a murder trial. There's something kind of flattering about this, like talking to a highly-educated friend who frequently drops Latin phrases into the conversation, just as if you really understood them. The analogy holds for the songs as well: It takes awfully smart people to make such determinedly stupid music. Their faith in our ability to get all the jokes is quite touching. I've actually gone scrounging around to find some of the more obscure (to me) songs they mention as inspiration. It turns out the 60s were even weirder than I thought.

If you were born too late to experience the music of the 60s first hand, this CD will probably confuse the living daylights out of you, but buy it anyway. You'll learn a lot of (admittedly somewhat twisted) musical history from just a few songs. It's how people remembered the 60s in the 80s. If you survived the 60s, you really should indulge yourself with this one. You deserve some kind of reward, and no one's going to give you a medal.
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The band that The Beatles and all those other 60's bands "stole" from 15 mai 2009
Par Wayne Klein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Oh those psychedelic groundbreakers that The Beatles, The Byrds and other bands stole from FINALLY get a deluxe edition of their first EP. The Dukes are the band XTC on psychedelic holiday--aping the bands that inspired them and making a fun, amusing and musical classic.

This new remastered edition of the EP (which was combined in its original CD incarnation with "Psonic Psunspot" as a single CD)sounds superior to the 2001 "Chips" anthology issued on CD. That version sounded harsh and lacked the warmth, detail and depth of this reissue. This is comparable to (and if I may dare say superior)to the original CD issue of "Chips".

The EP is effectively doubled with demo tracks most of which have not been released before AND the music video for "The Mole from the Ministry" in a Quicktime file on the disc. We also get the final Dukes track "Open A Can of Human Beings" (which appeared on Andy Partridge's Fuzzy Warble CD and a charity CD). Additionally, we get Bike Ride to the Moon, My Love Explodes,What in the World?? all in demo form plus some rare or unreleased Andy Partridge demos including "Black Jewelled Serpent of Sound" and "Tin Toy Clockwork Train" which fits on here nicely. We also get acoustic demos for Nicely Nicely Jane.

The really big question though is how is the sound. The EQ is a bit different here than on the original Geffen/Virgin CD that combined this album with its follow up "Psonic Psunspot". I actually like this version a bit better as with time I've noticed things that I hadn't before (and not because it's horribly compressed or loud either--just has to do with some of the EQ choices).

The CD is presented in a deluxe hardcover miniature book and the CD slides into a cardboard holder (I'd recommend moving it into a plastic CD holder so it doesn't get scratched). The booklet includes comments from Andy, Colin and equipment/recording info from Dave.

Highly recommended.
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25 O'CLOCK 10 mai 2009
Par Stuart Jefferson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
One disc 49 minutes approximately. The sound has been cleaned up and is better than previous releases. Everything is clean and immediate sounding. This edition is packed in a substantial hardback book,with the original cover. Included in the notes are how all this music came to be and how the group approached recording. The artwork is in the style of the sixties (think CREAM-DISRAELI GEARS)with psychedelic colors and lettering. The original EP is filled out with demos and several extra tracks,which make this the edition to own. The demos of the first several tracks are different in that they use somewhat different instrumentation and arrangements. While technically the same song,they are different enough to stand alone,which makes them enjoyable in their own right. The extra tracks fit in with the original tracks seamlessly,which makes this release cohesive sounding. There is also a cd-rom track tacked on to the end,which I have not seen. They also recorded an album proper,PSONIC PSUNSPOT,which is equally good.
THE DUKES OF STRATOSPHEAR were in reality the eighties pop-rock group XTC. In the beginning the group took great pains to disavow themselves from these recordings,(even taking fictitious names for the band members) until eventually the secret became known. For those unfamiliar with these two albums,they were released in homage to the psychedelic music from the sixties,which the group listened to (and liked) a great deal. They had leaned toward this type of music on their (then) recent release SKYLARKING,which was a bit more "serious" because the tracks they chose to put on it were a bit "harder". Saying this,don't think this is a bunch of throwaway odds and ends,or a parody of the "psychedelic sixties" the group threw together and then released under a pseudonym. Far from it! This is pop music of the highest (no pun intended) caliber. It comes complete with the requisite fuzzed up guitars,slightly phased vocals,"trippy" lyrics,and sound effects. Produced by John Leckie,who had worked in the past with PINK FLOYD,WINGS,STONE ROSES,and George Harrison,among others,who worked a bit of magic bringing all of this together. These tracks are a tip of the (psychedelic) hat to all the great music that XTC had been listening to (and been influenced by) over time. For all the work put into these songs,they sound as if the band went into the studio and effortlessly laid these tracks down,with little forethought. This is definitely not the case. The arrangements belie that notion! This is good pop music in it's own right,and should be heard (and enjoyed) in that context. Perhaps these two new editions will prompt more people to give this wonderful music a chance. It's a chance definitely worth taking.
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pure genius 24 décembre 2009
Par Simon Levene - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A work of pure genius...it's as simple as that. The Dukes (or XTC) were never able to match this EP again. The idea to record a series of songs designed to sound like other bands is much harder than it sounds. Partridge and co. manage it wonderfully here.
The instrumentation, vocals and songs themselves sound like they were dredged up from a second-hand bin in a San Franciscan pyschedelic record store. The attention to detail with the vocal effects and background sound effects is wonderful, it sounds as though a lot of thought, time and talent went into recording this. The band were clearly inspired and, somewhat surprisingly, clean and sober from what I remember reading at the time.
The extras are good but not neccessary. The demos are on Fuzzy Warbles, the other tracks don't quite measure up to the original songs on the EP itself.

For me, this album stands out as a piece of art, deliberately dated yet timeless at once. Weird and certainly wonderful.
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What Can I Say About XTC? Hmm! 27 mai 2009
Par Joseph Eastlack - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is a little more pepped up then the XTC that everyone who listens to their music is accustomed to. I particularly love the demo version of 25 O'Clock and that new song "Black Jewelled Serpent of Sound". I think that this cd and Psonic Psunspot should never have been released as "Chips from The Chocolate Fireball". They should have been released as they are now,the booklets and hardbound covers are great! The remastering is of the utmost quality.
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