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Breakthrough - Peter Hammill - Sitting Targets (CD, Album)

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  1. Jan 01,  · In this case, the title song, "Sitting Targets", is yet another call to personal responsibility, condensed in scale and scope to fit a "songs" format. The metaphors here and throughout the album seem simple and take on a surface gloss: the road is life, the car is an isolating shell, even if we think we're safe, we really aren't, etc., etc/5(10).
  2. The remarkable description of crisis between lovers in "My experience" and "Sitting targets", and the desperation in "What i did". Hammill was always great in painting sad pictures from everybody's life or nightmares. All the people who read his lyrics, find themselves there. This is Hammill, and "Sitting targets" is another good album of his/5(10).
  3. Label: Virgin - 2 2,Charisma - CDVR • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Prog Rock Peter Hammill - Sitting Targets (, CD) | /5(23).
  4. G TARGETS - CD album - used, VG+. 7 Sitting Targets 10 What I Did 9 Sign 8 Stranger Still 1 Breakthrough 6 Hesitation PETER HAMMILL-SITTING TARGETS (CD album Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Peter Hammill - Sitting Targets at Discogs. Complete your Peter Hammill collection.4/5().
  6. Hammill's new music came in the package Sitting Targets, a prog-inspired set of tunes from a Peter who had moved on into the '80s with everybody else. The new wave feel that he infuses into the music is one that would become integral to his overall future sound.
  7. Sitting Targets, an album by Peter Hammill on Spotify. Sitting Targets By Peter Hammill. • 11 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Breakthrough - Digital Remaster. 2. My Experience - Digital Remaster. 3.
  8. Peter Hammill again plays the same trick as he did in , when, after the strange, experimental The Future Now LP, came the more straightforward pH7. The same relationship exists between A Black Box and Sitting Targets. The latter LP, released in , is often overlooked because of its cold, very early-'80s production, but it has yielded many classic songs that would grow out of their rather square .
  9. One year into the '80s, with 'Sitting Targets' Peter Hammill foreshadowed the dreary material that was to come on the rest of his '80s albums. But this album isn't all bad. It's a mixed bag, divided evenly in half between lackluster songs and highly intriguing ones.

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