In late 1985 Wayne Hussey & Craig Adams left The Sisters Of Mercy & formed The Mission & in early 1986 embarked on their first European tour, supporting The Cult. Since then The Mission have enhanced their reputation as one of the best & most exciting live b&s in the world. This collection of A's & B's singles features all 15 of their Top 70 singles including 7 that reached the Top 30 including Wastel& at No.11, Tower Of Strength No.12 & Butterfly On A Wheel no.12. Available for the first time as a comprehensive 2 CD set, including unreleased edits.
"Although the classical traditions of the Ottoman world were not notated, that doesn't mean there is no evidence as to how it sounded in past eras. In addition to verbal description & iconography, Istanbul was visited (& even lived in) by various musically trained Europeans. Jordi Savall & his Hespèrion XXI ensemble here rely on writings of a Moldavian prince, Dimitrie Cantemir, as well as traditional pieces from various str&s in the complex cultural mosaic that has made up the city of Istanbul over the centuries."
Public Image Ltd. - The Greatest Hits, So Far (1990) EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps Universal Music Japan, UICY-77454 | ~ 545 or 178 Mb | Scans(png) -> 142 Mb Alternative Rock / Post Punk
"The Greatest Hits, So Far mines the singles PiL released through 1990. Ten years after its release, it was doubtful that a second volume would surface (the '90s saw one lone studio release, not to mention a John Lydon "solo" record), so thankfully Lydon didn't embarrass himself by titling it "The Greatest Hits, Volume One." That said, not many outfits under the guise of one name can boast a collection of singles so diverse & ranging in quality..."