Saturday, January 20, 2007

New Math - Wake The Dead


Here is New Math's Wake The Dead, this has songs from their 'They Walk Among You' and 'Gardens' albums. If you downloaded the Jet Black Berries album I posted a few months back, give this one a shot. It has pretty much the same goth-tinged kinda pop/punk sound and contains the exact same lineup as the Jet Black Berries. They started as New Math in the mid 70s' and then changed the name to Jet Black Berries. For a little bio on the band check out this little fan page.

They Walk Among You
Garden of Delight
Branded
Invocation
American Survival
The Flesh Element
Meets the Eye
Dead of Night
Pipes of Pan
Two Tongues
Take to the Night
Diana
Love Under Will
Johnny on Top
The Restless Kind
Break Up the Dance
Power of the Air [Live]
Ominous Presence [Live]

I highly recommend Invocation, damn fine song if I say so myself. Special thanks to Robert for sending me the tracks, thanks Robert!

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11 comments:

colinr0380 said...

Thanks for introducing me to more music I hadn't heard of! Great job you are doing!

sonicdeathsound said...

Cheers!!! Great stuff.

Jeff said...

I read about New Math in "Trouser Press" in my dorm room at Virginia Tech in July 1990 and requested "Invocation" when dialing in to the local campus radio station. They actually had and the DJ thanked me for introducing him to this great song.

Jeff said...

I read about New Math in "Trouser Press" in my dorm room at Virginia Tech in July 1990 and requested "Invocation" when dialing in to the local campus radio station. They actually had and the DJ thanked me for introducing him to this great song.

Jeff said...

I read about New Math in "Trouser Press" in my dorm room at Virginia Tech in July 1990 and requested "Invocation" when dialing in to the local campus radio station. They actually had and the DJ thanked me for introducing him to this great song.

Jeff said...

I read about New Math in "Trouser Press" in my dorm room at Virginia Tech in July 1990 and requested "Invocation" when dialing in to the local campus radio station. They actually had and the DJ thanked me for introducing him to this great song.

Jeff said...

I read about New Math in "Trouser Press" in my dorm room at Virginia Tech in July 1990 and requested "Invocation" when dialing in to the local campus radio station. They actually had and the DJ thanked me for introducing him to this great song.

Anonymous said...

Why are some of the tracks different than the original versions? Listen to this version of "Love Under Will". It's different from both the album version and soundtrack version. Same with "The Flesh Element" (I can't even listen to these completely inferior versions). And why include live versions of "Ominous Presence" and "Power of the Air", but not the studio versions? And where is "Borrowed Time" from the Gardens EP?
I guess the biggest question is why the liner notes make no mention of this. I was in contact with Roy Stein (to inquire about an official complete remaster/rerelease of the Gardens EP), but he ended our correspondence abruptly when I asked why different versions were included in the "Wake The Dead" CD.
Check it out, if you have the original vinyl albums.

k.kay said...

Thanks for this post! I am just getting into New Math.

Anonymous said...

The New Math Myspace page run by Ginamann (with the help of Mark & Gary) is located here:
http://www.myspace.com/newmath1979
Tons of photos & a few songs!!!

Caruso said...

I need this album and can not find it anywhere, you could re-upload?

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