Death In June ‎– Operation Hummingbird

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DarkYota

DarkYota

12 avril 2019
en référence à Operation Hummingbird, LP, Album, BAD VC44
I'm looking for the poster, if anyone sells It, writer me. Thanks
noddinggod

noddinggod

25 avril 2015
en référence à Operation Hummingbird, CD, Album, BAD VC CD44
I often wonder why these cd's and lp's don't hold value like coil discs do. It must have something to do with the fact that so many people think Doug is the second coming of Hitler. That's crazy he is just a strange rich man with esoteric hobbies and a real talent for making relative basic song structures sound fuller and more complex. He also knows how to make sweet packaging for his products. I think he is far more harmless than he is made out to be. Remember openly talking about sex with men and supporting the 4th reich don't go together so well
Luckowsky

Luckowsky

17 juillet 2014
en référence à Operation Hummingbird, LP, Album, BAD VC44

First,with skull-poster and two cards.
choronzonsclubber

choronzonsclubber

5 janvier 2012
edité over 7 years ago
en référence à Operation Hummingbird, CD, Album, BAD VC CD44

DEATH IN JUNE/Douglas P. in his most experimental phase. "Operation Hummingbird" is by far the most powerful recording of DEATH IN JUNE. And the collaboration with Albin Julius added a vast classical element.
This album also contains some of the best songs of DEATH IN JUNE ever, all overlooked by the fantastic "Kapitulation".
In comparison, "Take Care and Control" seems only to be the warm-up for "Operation Hummingbird". While most DIJ-albums are fine and silent recordings for quiet moments, this needs to be played LOUD.
It was clear that this would not be the lasting music style for DIJ but I would have wished for a third recording in that way.
Nevertheless, one great album and amongst the best of DIJ!
Shangfu

Shangfu

22 octobre 2011
en référence à Operation Hummingbird, CD, Album, BAD VC CD44
Unlike other rewievers, i prefer this album over earlier Take Care And Control. The style here is very similar to TCaC, but adds in more groove and faster pace. This new more poppy direction and the shorter length of the album make this, for me, a much more pleasurable listen than the previous one. There is subtle comedy all through the album hidden within the outwardly fascist imagery (Shooting from behind into the black sun.... Brilliant! :D) which adds a completely new element to the otherwise very serious style of Death In June.

Majority of Albin Julius's work has not impressed me too much, but here i really like the militant martial element he has added to the softer, more folkier elements by Douglas. Great album, even though not nearly the best by DIJ.
Yftach_Carmeli

Yftach_Carmeli

1 juin 2008
en référence à Operation Hummingbird, CD, Album, BAD VC CD44
Many DiJ fans said this album sucks, and the lyrics are stupid. but as a man of music, not of words, i must say: this album is great! It's so wonderfully weird to hear DIJ doing groovy music. i prefer "Take Care & Control", but this one is really great to. Douglas P should work more often with Albin Julius. Flieger is really fun to listen to, and Gorilla Tactics is also good, although the words are pretty stupid. Too bad there aren't any DiJ albums for sale in israel (Yes, Iilegally downloaded this album, but i'll buy it as soon as i can, promise!).

4\5
Crijevo

Crijevo

21 février 2003
en référence à Operation Hummingbird, CD, Album, BAD VC CD44
God knows I liked Death in June for the powerful military drummings of their early repertoire where fascist icons were less obvious or at least more creatively insulting to the conventional musics... Sadly with every next album, Death in June became a marketing strategy in themselves, pathetic apocalypse preachers, tasteless propaganda and tasteless cover art. In total, Douglas P is an old yank still hiding behind his masks forgetting the fact he's a grown man. I still like the early Death in June. I just probably overgrew the new one because there's nothing much to it any more.