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2017 year marks TEN YEARS OF INTEGRAL RECORDS and looking back upon the label’s incredible back catalogue, what a decade it has been for drum & bass music that we hold so close. Initially set up as a passion project and a platform for showcasing future talent, the label has been consistently releasing cutting edge drum and bass since 2007. The ethos of the label has always been about quality control and finding those special vibes that no question capture heart and soul

Breakup Hanging Out Heartache Imagination Introspection. Decade: Ten Years of Fierce Panda. Composer, Primary Artist.

Ten years later, and Williams’ spotting skills cannot be challenged. This collection, simply titled Decade, brings together original recordings of 20 of the most famous rock acts to come under the panda’s patronage since its birth. The track listing reads more like a compilation of indie hits (like those Shine albums that seem to have disappeared from the record shelves after years of riding the crest of the Britpop wave) than a roundup of the most worthy on a single record label. Who exactly? Well, let’s see, where to begin

As a chronicler of the scene, FP was peerless. It was they who put Supergrass, Ash, Bluetones, Embrace right under the tastefully powdered noses of the UK’s A&R departments. It was they who were canny enough to chart with a spoken-word Oasis record. More recently, FP have been unearthed Hundred Reasons, Easy World, Keane and The Music, but they’ve done their best to apologise with brilliant debut releases from Coldplay, Six By Seven and Polyphonic Spree, so don’t hate on ’em too much. What’s more, just last year, they put out an excellent record by Death Cab For Cutie. They’re from Seattle: the former home-of-grunge Seattle. Which means Fierce Panda have won. Again.

Album · 2005 · 42 Songs. Call of the Wrecking Ball. Jim and Jennie & John Doe. 3:36. 10. Got Just What I Want.

Get the Tempo of the tracks from Decade: A Celebration Of Our First Ten Years! (2009) by Legacy Five. This album has an average beat per minute of 135 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 96/182 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Decade: A Celebration of Our First Ten Years! 1.

Ten Years of Metacritic: The Best Music of the Decade. Publish Date: December 15, 2009. In fact, it's not even close. First, we decided to highlight the top overall artists of the past 10 years by picking the artists who met the following three criteria: (a) released at least 3 albums from 2000-09; (b) at least two of those albums must be "great" (with a Metascore of 81 or higher); and (c) the average (mean) Metascore for all of their releases.

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A1 Gotham City Jan 26/85 0:37
A2 Tim Brady Group Feb 8/85
Leader – Tim Brady
A3 Claude Ranger May 11/85 0:39
A4 Time Warp May 3/85 0:29
A5 Gil Evans [Toronto] Big Band Dec 3/84
Leader – Gil Evans
A6 Freddie's Band Nov 2/84
Leader – Fred Stone
A7 Julius Hemphill Trio Oct 29/81
Leader – Julius A Hemphill
A8 Don Thompson Trio Aug 30/80
Leader – Don Thompson
A9 Strangeness Beauty Feb 5/83
Bass – David PiltchDrums – Mike Sloski*Saxophone, Keyboards – Ron Allen
A10 Rob Frayne Group Apr 5/85
Leader – Rob Frayne
A11 CCMC Apr 11/85 1:19
A12 Les Ombres Canadiennes Dec 31/82 0:18
A13 Time & Space Limited Door - Apr 13/80 0:15
A14 Anna Banana & Bill Gaglione Nov 6/80 0:20
A15 Dennis Tourbin Jan 17/81 0:35
A16 David Mott & David Moss Mar 12/81 0:30
A17 Casey Sokol & Danielle Kassner Rock Etude #14 - Feb 21/82 0:34
A18 Steve McCaffery Mar 11/78 0:34
A19 The Dave Howard Singers Jul 29/83 0:33
A20 Sam Ashley & Barbara Golden Dec 17/81 0:42
A21 York University Women's Gleek Lubb Mar 13/82 0:20
A22 Michael Snow, Charlie Morrow & Steve McCaffery Dec 14/80 0:34
A23 Barre Phillips With Strings & Voices Mar 10/84 0:27
A24 Tristan Honsinger Nov 6/81 0:20
A25 James Tenney Blue Suede - Oct 16/82 0:27
A26 Sandor Ajzenstat Bouncing The Ball - Jul 29/82 0:30
A27 Milton Barnes The Lord Is My Shepherd 0:25
A28 Nora Hutchinson Jan 10/82 0:23
A29 Platform 7 Feb 22/85 0:57
A30 Concrete Designs Jul 30/83 0:20
A31 Peripheral Vision Jan 16/82 0:15
A32 Michael Goldberg Between - Mar 8/81 0:15
A33 The Monday Night Orchestra May 17/76 0:27
A34 Sessione Milano Mar 7/79 0:15
A35 Chris Crawford & Robert Stevenson Jan 5/80 0:18
A36 Misha Mengelberg & Company Nov 1/80 0:22
A37 An Artists' Jazz Band Dec 31/81 0:17
A38 WAM (Wednesday Afternoon Madness) Wednesday? 0:03
A39 Eugene Chadbourne & John Zorn Mar 30/78 0:28
A40 Neighbours Sept 24/80 0:17
A41 John Mars & Stu Broomer Mar 19/83 0:15
A42 The Eric Stach Quartet Oct 12/81 0:12
A43 John Kamevaar With Maury Coles & Company Jul 28/81 0:40
A44 Phenomenensemble Jul 24/81 0:17
A45 Lubomyr Melnyk Dec 5/82 0:18
A46 Polysonic Jul 23/82
Performer – Axens, David Scurr
A47 Michael Phillip-Wojewoda* What I Do - Jul 31/82 0:16
A48 Nobuo Kubota Dec 5/81 0:14
A49 Richard Purdy Eschatology - Feb 18/83 0:16
A50 Eric Ross Oct 20/83 0:40
A51 Ted Dawson May 23/81 0:45
A52 Peter Wetzler Still Life - (1983?)
A53 Iannis Xenakis Dec 4/76
A54 David Rosenboom, Richard Teitelbaum Nov 6/82 0:22
A55 Ernst Reiseger* May 15/83 0:19
A56 Peter Saunders Fun With Metronomes, Tuners, Sax & Bass, From Rory's Birthday Fun - May 7/85 0:18
A57 The Maury Coles Big Band Nov 12/83 0:15
A58 Owen Sound Dec 9/78 0:17
A59 SSSP Sept 20/80
Featuring – Jim Montgomery
A60 Andrew Timar Et Al Nov 24/79 0:18
A61 Newband Oct 22/79 0:12
A62 Randy Raine-Reusch Mar 24/84 0:20
A63 William Beauvais Jan 30/82 0:17
A64 Peter Griggs & Iris Brooks Aug 3/81 0:20
A65 Slow Boys Jan 8/81
Featuring – Dallas Hallas, Erica America
A66 Miguel Frasconi May 12/85 0:28
A67 Barry Prophet Nov 3/83 0:18
A68 Trichy Sankaran & Karaikuddi Subramanian* Apr 3/85 0:37
A69 Paloma Enriquez Feb 21/82 0:25
A70 Al Henderson Group Aug 27/80 0:16
A71 The Pat Labarbara Quartet* Dec 12/82
Featuring – Pat Labarbera*
A72 The Kings Of Sming Nov 30/84 0:12
A73 Pyramid Jul 17/82 0:18
A74 Ania Zoom Untitled - Mar 17/83 0:25
A75 Mettle Untitled - May 19/83 0:17
A76 Keith Blackley Quartet Untitled - Jan 9/83 0:19
A77 John Toulson Untitled - Aug 10/80 0:16
A78 The Chris Chahley Group Untitled - May 29/83 0:14
A79 Rick Tait Untitled - July 12/80 0:31
A80 Michael White & The Trumpets Of Destiny Untitled - May 18/85 0:17
A81 Mauricio Kagel Untitled - No Date 0:27
A82 Casey Sokol Mercer, For Two Pianos - /84 0:08
A83 James Tenney Bridge - July /84 0:44
A84 Chance Encounters Untitled - Jan 29/83 0:15
A85 Bentley Jarvis Untitled - Jan 22/85 0:17
A86 Marten Altena* Untitled - Oct 12/79 0:20
A87 Air Raid Untitled - May 5/78 0:25
A88 Peter Cusack Untitled - Oct /79 0:23
A89 John Zorn Untitled - Dec 1/84 0:30
A90 CCMC On Tour In Stuttgart - Feb 8/83 0:55
A91 Martin Bartlett Untitled - Jan 19/79 1:12
A92 Don Buchla* & David Rosenboom Untitled - Jan 19/79 1:20
A93 David Keane Untitled - Jan 18/79 1:10
A94 Norma Beecroft Untitled - Feb 29/80
A95 Miarianne Amacher* Untitled - Feb 26/82
A96 Electronic Art Ensemble Untitled - Feb 25/82
B1 Elliot Carter* Untitled - Sep 30/83 0:20
B2 Paul Theberge Untitled - Apr 27/85 0:18
B3 Alexina Louie Untitled - Mar 30/85 0:25
B4 Composers' Brass Group Untitled - May 9/82 0:21
B5 James MacDonald Untitled - May 17/80 0:27
B6 Lubomyr Melnyk & Honey Novick Untitled - July 8/78 0:19
B7 Gayle Young Music For Columbine Ensemble - Jan 7/78 0:31
B8 New Music Co-op (From) Seven Chorales - Apr 2/78
Composed By – Andrew Timar
B9 Richard Teitelbaum Untitled - Oct 30/82 0:31
B10 Tibor Szenzo* Untitled - Aug 4/83 0:30
B11 Bob Becker & Company Untitled - Mar 23/80
Featuring – Bob Becker
B12 John Rea Untitled - Mar 2/85 0:20
B13 Phil Werren* Phases - Nov 18/78 0:23
B14 Jim Millan The Wedding March - Jul 7/82 0:26
B15 Magnetic Manifest Untitled - Oct 4/80 0:23
B16 Hildegard Westerkamp & Norbert Ruebsaat Untitled - Feb 18/84 0:29
B17 Susan Frykberg Untitled - Feb 20/83 0:37
B18 The Not So Japanese Kinetic Ensemble Untitled - Jul 5/80 0:17
B19 The Canadian Electronic Ensemble* Untitled - Jan 30/79 0:48
B20 MacBeck Studios Untitled - Dec 3/78 0:15
B21 Don Garbutt Untitled - Dec 11/77 0:22
B22 Peggy Sampson David Rosenboom's Seduction Of Sapentia
Composed By – David Rosenboom
B23 Carlton Vaughn Untitled - Jan 9/82 0:20
B24 Convergence Untitled - Oct 28/78 0:22
B26 Jim Hiscott Untitled - Nov 25/79 0:17
B27 I Ching Untitled - Jan 20/80 0:41
B28 David Mott Untitled - Oct 14/84 3:00
B29 Bill Westcott Untitled - Aug 14/80 0:18
B30 Ron Allen Untitled - Aug 17/80 0:17
B31 Doug Wilde & Nancy White Untitled - Aug 30/80 0:19
B32 Geordie Macdonald & Friends Untitled - Apr 28/80
Featuring – Geordie Macdonald*
B33 Bob Brough Quartet Untitled - Nov 14/82 0:16
B34 Rob Frayne/Kim Ratcliff Quintet Untitled - March 13/83
Featuring – Kim Ratcliff*, Rob Frayne
B35 Eric Harry Quartet Untitled - Jul 20/80 0:13
B36 SKREEF Untitled - Mar 29/85 0:20
B37 Larry Dubin & Casey Sokol Untitled - Mar 20/76 1:06
B38 Gordon Monahan Piano Mechanics 1:09
B39 Gordon Monahan Tape Pulling 1:10
B40 Gordon Monahan Speaker Swinging 1:26
B41 The Glass Orchestra Untitled - May 19/85
Performer – John Puchiele, Miguel Frasconi, Paul Hodge, V. Eric Cadesky
B42 John Oswald Untitled - May 19/85 3:19
B43 Victor Coleman & Al Mattes Untitled - Feb 16/84 3:14
B44 Four Horsemen, The* Untitled - May 19/85 6:15
B45 CCMC The Last Ten Years 3:58
B46 Holland Festival Previe Finale Untitled - May 19/85
Featuring – CCMC, Horsemen, The*, John Oswald, Victor Coleman


  • Compiled By [Special Assistant] – Victor Coleman
  • Compiled By, Composed By [Tape] – Casey Sokol, Sandor Ajzenstat


This tape has been organized into 12 'phrases' within which excerpts have been sequenced mostly by means of cross-fades. The 'phrase' groups, each consisting of 18 or fewer excerpts, have not been sequenced chronologically; nor have they been thematized according to their function at The Music Gallery (festivals, residencies, radio broadcasts, etc.), nor according to type of presentation (live vs. tape, performance art vs. concert, solo vs. group, composed vs. improvised, 'professional' vs. amateur). Because we were more interested in the common threads in the production and experience of the music itself, the sequences have been structured to hilight a spectrum of elements and attitudes common among the many and varied artists who have presented their work at The Music Gallery.

Realizing that the creation of a neutral document was neither possible or desirable, we have tried, in composing the sequences of excerpts and segments, to stay as close as possible both to the character of those excerpts involved and to the general spirit of The Music Gallery.

We regret having left out many of our most esteemed musicians and composers from this short compilation. Though we wished that this tape would reflect the strongly international character of the Music Gallery's ongoing productions, we have emphasized Canadian music since there is so much of it that is unknown outside Canada. The tape is composed of 139 excerpts which represent the work of approximately 500 performers recorded live in concert at The Music Gallery between 1976 and 1985.

(Notes for track B45) - Since the members of the CCMC are both the creators of the Music Gallery as well as its 'house band' they have consistently been the Gallery's most prolific performers. They have, over the course of the almost 1,000 concerts at home and abroad, archived approximately 5.5 million seconds, or 6.5 million hearbeats of music. These concerts originated from over 9.5 countries in and around those parts of the world which have, over the past two or three decades, demonstrated a high level of tolerance for this sort of thing. The editing of this 'history' is therefore designed to give the impression of a high-speed travelogue through the last decade in a manner not too inconsistent with the hyperactive experimental aesthetic of the group.

They would like like to thank all those persons who have shown them kindness, a good time, the way out of town, the nearest bathroom, and sympathetic support for the reasonableness of their artistic folly. They would also, breaking for a moment with the tradition of acknowledgement, like to express their own tolerance for those who still forget that all artists of the past have always been, of necessity, contemporaries in their own time.
Various - Decade: The First Ten Years Of The Music Gallery mp3 flac
Leftfield, Alternative Rock, Noise, Spoken Word, Modern, Experimental, Poetry, Avantgarde, Art Rock, Contemporary Jazz, Free Improvisation, Folk, Minimal
Performer: Various
Title: Decade: The First Ten Years Of The Music Gallery
Category: Electronic / Jazz / Rock / Audio / Classical / Country, Folk
Released: 1986
Rating: 4.7/5
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