Electric is the third album by British rock band The Cult, released in 1987. It was the follow-up to their commercial breakthrough Love. The album equalled its predecessor's chart placing by peaking at number four in the UK but exceeded its chart residency, spending a total of 27 weeks on the chart (the most successful run for an album by The Cult). The album marked a deliberate stylistic change in the band's sound from gothic rock to more traditional hard rock.
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One thing I love about a Joyce Manor album is that it I know I won’t get bored listening, because it’s over so quickly. That said, at 25 minutes, Cody is almost a double album for your standards. It’s never a conscious thing. When we tried to make it electric, it didn’t really work. And then we had 10 songs for the album, including one fast pop-punk, which, after we recorded it, didn’t really feel like it fit on the album. It was easily the weakest track.
Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Caleb Quaye. Engineer, Mixed By – Tom Newman (2). Mixed By – Geoff Young. Mixed By – Peter Gallen. Other – Mike Vickers. Photography – Christine Roche. Piano – Dave Greenslade, Gordon Beck. The Album title is from the four quartets by . Eliot Recorded at the Manor, Oxfordshire March/April 1972. 른 버전(15개 중5개) 모두 보기. 카탈로그 번호. 아티스트.
Over the weekend Boston Manor played their biggest headline show to date at London's Electric Ballroom. Boston Manor, Electric Ballroom, September 22 // Photo: Corinne Cumming. Boston Manor, Electric Ballroom, September 22 // Photo: Corinne Cumming
Brian Whelan: electric guitars, vocals, drums, bass, piano/synths/keys and percussion. Booking: Kevin French at Paradigm Talent Agency. Licensing: Lyle Hysen at Bank Robber Music/House of Hassle. Photos by Chloe Aftel. Art Director: Maggie Fost.