Kinetic Ideals - Reason download album
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Kinetic Ideals were formed in 1980 in Streetsville (Mississauga), Ontario Canada. The original lineup included . Chambers on guitar, Alan Murrell on bass, Jon Davies on drums, and Mike Rullman on vocals. After being signed to Mannequin Records in Burlington, which was founded by The Spoons, Kinetic Ideals released several critically acclaimed records. A Dance Chart Hit with Animalistic, subsequent international radio airplay, and television appearances allowed them to tour Canada, the US, and England.
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Kinetic Ideals was a Canadian new wave band from Mississauga, Ontario. They released one single and three EPs on the Mannequin record label, formed by Paul Abrahams, manager of the new romantic group Spoons (band). Their first single, "Life In Shadow", "Maze of Ways" was the second release on Burlington-based Mannequin, following on the Spoons debut. It had a rough and ready quality with a one-two punk beat that sounded a little retro even in 1980.
full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick. This may be the only piece of history with all four members of Kinetic Ideals signature on it. Congratulations Goldberg! As some may remember the pompous twit Mikil always refused to autograph any item back in the day but would drink with, draw a picture for, or dance with almost anyone. He was the last hold-out Kinetic Ideals. 31 May 2017 ·. Poster of a Kinetic Ideals gig at the Jungle Club in Ottawa. June 10th and 11th of 1983. This concert took place at the time we had released "A Personal View" and were touring as a 3-piece with an Oberheim DMX handling.