2000 outing from Wayne Hussey & co., one of the biggest goth bands ever. Contains updated re-recordings of 18 of their biggest & best in the '80s & '90s, including 'Deliverance', 'Wasteland', 'Severina', 'The Crystal Ocean', 'Butterfly On A Wheel' and 'Love Me To Death'. "Resurrection" contains new tracks along with a new mix of the old 'classics', but much to my surprise, all of the tracks had been re-recorded. I listened through it and found some very enjoyable new interpretations, Like a Child Again & Butterfly on a Wheel stood out, but I would categorize most as just an interesting experiment by Wayne Hussey (the singer and songwriter).
1990 album for British goth-rock act. Highlights include, 'Amelia', 'Into The Blue' & 'Butterfly On A Wheel'. Ten tracks. This album is an outstanding rock experience. The Mission is definitely one of the greatest - and most ignored - artrock bands of the 1990's. The opener »Amelia« is a frightening song about incest, recited by the abusive father. On the A side of the vinyl album then follows great melodic rock songs in breathtaking symphonic arrangements, ending in the absolutely outstanding »Deliverance« which till this day is one of my favourite rock songs of all times! Side B starts with a soulful song called »Grapes Of Wrath« (self-explanatory). The journey goes on, and this amazing album ends in the beautiful summer and love song »Lovely«. A fantastic album!
1988 album for British goth-rock act. Children, is a must have. It's The Mission's 3rd effort, and it's utterly fantastic. Opening with Beyond the Pale, a tale of lead singer Wayne Hussey's run in with the LAPD it rocks right from the start. (the Armageddon remix, avaliable on Sum and Substance is tooo die for!) Fabienne, third track, opens with drums and guitars, ominously pounding–if that's not Goth, I don't what is. Tower of Strength, with it's accoustic guitars and Craig Adams basslines, silky smooth, and sexy, will take you right where you want to go. It's The Mission at it's mightiest!.
1987 album for British goth-rock act. Highlights include covers of Neil Young's 'Like A Hurricane' & Patti Smith's 'Dancing Barefoot'. Nine tracks. A real gothic album that makes XTC look like children. I have been following this band since the separation of Sistes of Mercy in the 80's. In the later years thier sound was like Led Zeppelin which this previous CD a must for anyone who wants to relive gothic rock.
Released in 1986 'god's Own Medicine' was the Mission's First Album Proper. Having Signed to Phonogram Following Several Successful Independent Single Releases, the Album Contains their Biggest Hit 'wasteland'. The Album Reached No.11 In the Top 40 and Quickly Earnt a Gold Certification. Produced by Tim Palmer and Recorded Very Quickly (By the Mission's Standards!) this Album Captures the Energy and Vibrancy of a Band Fresh to the Music World. It is Arguably the Best Mission Album to Date.
Neverland is the sixth regular studio album by The Mission. It was released on the 1 February 1995 by Equator Records (UK) and Sony (Europe) and reached #58 in the UK Albums Chart…
The first video collection from the Masters Of Gothic Rock. 13 Goth nuggets, plus facts, times and places for the true fan.
DVD collection featuring the bulk of the music videoclips recorded by musical ensemble "The Mission" from England…
"Fat Man" and "Little Boy" were the nicknames given the atomic bombs that were dropped over Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the waning days of World War II. This elaborately assembled film is the story of the events leading up to the dawn of the atomic age. Paul Newman plays General Leslie Groves, a hard-nosed career soldier who in 1942 finds himself the reluctant "nursemaid" to a group of idealistic scientists in Los Alamos, New Mexico. As the military head of the top-secret Manhattan Project, Groves intends to have the operation run by the book–and failing that, to have things his way at all costs. The film's storyline narrows down to a battle of egos between Groves and atomic scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer (Dwight Schultz), in his own way as contentious and childishly single-purposed as the general.
Archaeology and anthropology expert Dr. Jeff Rose sets out on a personal journey through the Holy Land to explore the stories and myths from the bible and other ancient texts through archaeology and modern detective work. Jeff is in essence traveling as a biblical anthropologist - a Legend Hunter in search of every scrap of evidence he can find to understand these stories and the culture of those who wrote them. In this episode Jeff is on a mission to retrace the historical life of Jesus and find archaeological evidence.