Catherine Wheel - Sampler / Four From Happy Days album downloadPerformer: Catherine Wheel
Title: Sampler / Four From Happy Days
Style: Alternative Rock
Size MP3 version: 1115 mb
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Catherine Wheel - Sampler / Four From Happy Days album download
Four From Happy Days. Four From Happy Days Tracklist.
Four From Happy Days. Four From Happy Days. UMG (от лица компании "Mercury"); CMRRA, ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (3).
Happy Days (Cass, Album). Catherine Wheel - Empty Head 3:13. Catherine Wheel - Eat My Dust You Insensitive Fuck 7:49. Catherine Wheel - Heal 6:14. Catherine Wheel - Heal (HD) (Happy days 1995) 6:14. Catherine Wheel Shocking 3:59. Catherine Wheel - Kill My Soul 5:13.
Happy Days (2xLP, Album, Cle). Happy Days (Cass, Album, Promo).
Catherine Wheel : Happy Days,disco, crónica, tracklist, mp3, textos. Data de aparición Mayo 1995. Estilo MusicalPost-punk. Miembros poseen este álbum0. 1. God Inside My Head. 8. Eat My Dust You Insensitive Fuck.
Ferment is the debut studio album by English alternative rock band Catherine Wheel, released 9 June 1992 by Fontana Records. Four songs from the album – "Shallow", "I Want to Touch You", "She's My Friend" and "Salt" – had previously appeared on independently released 12" EPs, and were re-recorded for inclusion on the album. The album's lead single, "Black Metallic", reached No. 9 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart and its video earned heavy rotation on MTV.
This is Catherine Wheel's most divisive album that people either seem to love or hate, and I can understand both sides of the argument. It seems to be relatively weak sauce compared to the majesty and completeness of ADAM AND EVE and the sonic explosiveness of HAPPY DAYS despite the opening track of "Sparks Are Gonna Fly", which is as pulse-pounding and anthemic of an opening track as they've had. "Gasoline" is another hard-driving song as well, however nonsensical it may be lyrically, but Rob Dickinson's god-given voice propels it.
The Catherine Wheel is David Byrne's musical score commissioned by Twyla Tharp for her dance project. The Catherine Wheel premiered September 22, 1981, at the Winter Garden Theatre in New York City. The tracks "Big Blue Plymouth", "My Big Hands", "Big Business", and "What a Day That Was", were performed live by Talking Heads in 1982 and 1983; the latter two appear in their Stop Making Sense film, and "What a Day That Was" appears on the album. All songs written by David Byrne, except as indicated.
After releasing two records that faithfully followed the noisy, swirling trance-like psychedelia of My Bloody Valentine, Catherine Wheel trims out all of their excesses on Happy Days. What is left is a throttling, pounding heavy metal band that accentuates the rhythm, not the texture.
Catherine Wheel embarked on tours with Slowdive, Chapterhouse and INXS, among others, to promote this album. In Trouser Press, Jack Rabid wrote that the album "combines songwriting prowess with more raging playing, pop tunes gone kablooey and a huge bonfire sound with a faint metal edge. Writing in The Rough Guide to Rock, Anna Robinson was less favourable, describing much of the album's material as "comparatively lightweight" compared to Ferment Track listing. All songs written by Rob Dickinson and Brian Futter.
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