The Nits are a Dutch pop group, founded in 1974. Their musical style has varied considerably over the years, as has their line-up with the core of Henk Hofstede (the group's lead singer and lyricist), Rob Kloet, drummer, Robert Jan Stips (Supersister, Gruppo Sportivo, Golden Earring), keyboards.
The 2nd of May is the second LP from British/Canadian trio May Blitz. It was released in 1971 following up their previous self-titled release. This was the first May Blitz album that wasn't self produced by the band. Instead, the band hired producer John Anthony.
LUXURY is about beauty and originality. The music is song-oriented, both punchy Progressive rock and mellow symphonic pieces. Elements of folk, baroque, electronic music, psychedelia, heavy-metal and jazz can be heard. The powerful compositions and pert lyrics are performed with skill and gusto. The end result is unlike anything you ever heard before: unpredictable yet transparent, fierce next to tender, both demanding and accessible. Critics often associated the names of Ennio MORRICONE, RADIOHEAD, THINKING PLAGUE, THE NITS, VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR, RENAISSANCE and KING CRIMSON with the Dutch band. The eccentric low-budget debut “Lunar Escape Velocity” (2001) has been called many things, but never dull or lacking ideas. The 2005 release “Perishable Goods” is an aural adventure in twelve tracks. Musical themes evolve throughout the album in a symphonic way.
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This is the story of Nits, a restless bum and a hopeless cynic as he returns from his journey with an obsessive intention of bringing back his ex- girlfriend and their beloved dog. She however, throws him down the drain and so he finds himself, contrary to his anti- political and anti-everything attitude, stuck on top of a tree overlooking his beloved's apartment fearlessly leading an environmental battle against real estate sharks.