Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

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Rate this album

5 - Best
5
13%
4
2
5%
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10%
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15%
1 - Worst
23
58%
 
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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by Hogtown » Fri Apr 10, 2009 2:50 pm

Yes. But, very little. It is a sickness. I managed to buy OAI three times. <.8.> The first one just because. The second one, because it came with a bonus dvd and the third one is the 5.1 mix that comes with Gndask box. Plus I have OAI singles. Yet, I don't really like OAI. I'm a fool that way. I have a sickness when it comes to PF related albums.

Actually, if somebody just gave me mp3s of this album for free, I would be even happier.

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by Hudini » Fri Apr 10, 2009 4:03 pm

It's a very rare album on the internet. I remember spending months searching for it and finally finding a torrent on Yeesh which was so poorly seeded that it took me almost 3 days to obtain it. Now I've searched most of the places I've seen it before, and it's nowhere to be found. But, if you can wait until Monday, I'll see what I can do with sharing my copy. 8)

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by thehumanzoo » Fri Apr 10, 2009 4:08 pm

Hogtown wrote:Actually, if somebody just gave me mp3s of this album for free, I would be even happier.
Trust me, you won't.

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by Hudini » Wed Apr 15, 2009 1:16 pm

Hogtown wrote:Actually, if somebody just gave me mp3s of this album for free, I would be even happier.
Need a new identity, nosaj? Arr!

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by oz1701 » Wed Apr 15, 2009 1:20 pm

i found it quite easily. to listen to.

i prefer wet dream though.

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by PinkFloyd69 » Fri Apr 17, 2009 12:35 am

Hudini wrote:It's a very rare album on the internet. I remember spending months searching for it and finally finding a torrent on Yeesh which was so poorly seeded that it took me almost 3 days to obtain it. Now I've searched most of the places I've seen it before, and it's nowhere to be found. But, if you can wait until Monday, I'll see what I can do with sharing my copy. 8)
I found a zip file at Megaupload.com

just google search Zee Identity zip and it should be one of the first ones listed

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by Hudini » Fri Apr 17, 2009 12:12 pm

For anyone who didn't get to know me by now: Check out the question mark in my last post. Arr.

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by oz1701 » Sat Apr 18, 2009 9:17 am

ARRR! <ii>

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by The Guest » Sun Nov 22, 2009 2:09 pm

Does anyone know where I can obtain an mp3 file of "Eyes Of A Gypsy"? I got all the other ones from a YouTube playlist, but It didn't have this last song.

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by Hudini » Sun Nov 22, 2009 5:18 pm

I had it uploaded on Rapidshare but it seems they removed it, since I'm not a premium user...

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by moom » Mon Jun 27, 2011 12:51 pm

Fictitious Sports at least is heartfelt.

This lacks even that.

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by J Ed » Mon Jun 27, 2011 11:27 pm

Ive got this on ceedee even though conventional widsom is that it was never released on ceedee
I know theres pirated editions, usually with the single as a bonus track, but what I have is a silver ceedee with convincingly professional looking artwork on the Harvest label printed in Holland

it turns out discogs.com has a page for exactly what I found in a Montreal record store some 6 years ago
with a 2nd page showing all the artwork

the funny thing is Ive never seen it on vinyl since it came out

btw I dont dislike it as much as some folks here, even though I seriously disliked the whole genre of English new wave "beep beep" music when it was the predominant style during my highschool years
theres even some semi-memorable tracks towards the middle, Cuts Like a Diamond has a decent guitar part amongst all the beep-beep, and Strange Rhythm sounds a bit Gabriel-like

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by RonBaker2003 » Wed Jun 29, 2011 7:32 pm

Actually, I've played it a few times since I really liked Rick's work with Pink Floyd. I bought it when it first came out. I was very excited that Rick actually had a new album out. I think it's more of an album of its time and listening to it now, it probably seems rather bland, but it seemed very timely to me at the time. Not sure what year it was unleashed, but it is in the same vein that Ultravox, Spandau Ballet, etc. were mining at the time.

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by snifferdog » Wed Jun 29, 2011 7:56 pm

I find it the musical equivalent of eating a rice cake. You go through the motions of eating the thing but afterwards you feel unsatisfied and you can't remember anything about it apart from overwhelming blandness.

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Re: Richard Wright (Zee) - Identity

Post by J Ed » Thu Jun 30, 2011 2:58 am

I notice the line notes contain lots of unnecesary umlauts, and I dont think the accent egouts are correctly placed either