Discography 1983-1998 isn't a definitive overview of Funeral Oration's career, but rather a two-disc set of live performances, rarities, and previously unreleased material spanning the group's 16 years in existence prior to this package's release. this set is a handy way to catch up for fans brought on board by Funeral Oration's '90s output for the Hopeless label.
Funeral Oration (2). Profile: Hardcore Punk band from Amsterdam, Netherlands active in 1982-1999. Sites: funeral-oration. com, MySpace, we. rchive. Members: Erik Jansen, Hayo Buunk, Peter Zirschky, William Steinhauser.
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The Discography album consists of mostly everything Funeral Oration has recoded all the way from their earlier stuff in 1983 all the way until 1998. On this record, you're able to hear the evolving musical sound as they've grown older and more mature.
Number of Discs: 2. Released: November 16, 1999. Originally Released: 1999. Label: Hopeless Records. Tracks on Disc 1: . ard to the Core. illing You. his Punk Thing. ire and Ice. ll Around Me. vil Ruins the World. 1. here Do You Go? 1. pstream. hat If? 1. ere We Go Again. idn; T Want to Die. 2. o the Fire.
Funeral Oration was a melodic hardcore punk band from Amsterdam, Netherlands. They were active from 1982–83 until the end of the 1990s, putting out highly influential records on Dutch, German, British and American labels. Their singer was Peter Zirschky. After listening to punk rock for a couple of years, Peter Zirschky decided to start a punk band. It was 1980 and they called themselves Art Protexion, probably because Zirschky's favourite band at the time was The Art Attacks
Funeral Oration was a melodic hardcore punk band from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. They managed to create their own unique sound, mainly due to the unmistakable vocal style of Peter Zirschky. Funeral Oration was a melodic hardcore punk band from Amsterdam, The Netherlands.