The Damned - Music For Pleasure flac album
Title: Music For Pleasure
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Music for Pleasure is the second studio album by English punk rock band the Damned. It was released on 18 November 1977 by Stiff Records. Music for Pleasure was produced by Nick Mason of Pink Floyd. The Damned originally sought out former Pink Floyd member Syd Barrett, but were unsuccessful due to his reclusive lifestyle
comentando Music For Pleasure, LP, Album, Gat, 940563. French 77 copy I own has two b/w stickers on front cover: 'DAMNED 2 MUSIC FOR PLEASURE' & 'NEW WAVE!' Responder Notifícame Helpful. comentando Music For Pleasure, LP, Album, RE, BMGRM051LP. The album cover alone probably killed this killer album of some of the best material as a 2nd album.
Produced, for numerous arcane reasons, by Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason, the second Damned album, Music for Pleasure, was considered a disaster at the time and led to their being dropped from Stiff and their first break-up. In retrospect, however, it's quite a respectable punk artifact, though the Damned themselves rejected it and never performed any of its songs again
Band Name The Damned. Album Name Music for Pleasure. Data de aparición 18 Noviembre 1977. Labels Stiff Records Frontier Records Demon Records. Estilo MusicalPunk-Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum1.
Music for Pleasure is the second studio album by English punk rock band the Damned. The album was the last album-length studio release to feature James, who would rejoin the band in the late '80s and early '90s for a live album and studio single. It was also the group's final album release on Stiff. On this album, the band moved into more complex song structures, while maintaining the punk sound of their debut album. The sleeve was designed by Barney Bubbles (including the cover painting). Released on 18 November 1977, Music for Pleasure failed to make the UK Top 100 album chart.
The Damned released their first album, Damned Damned Damned, on 18 February 1977. Produced by Nick Lowe, it was the first full-length album released by a British punk band, and included a new single, "Neat Neat Neat". The band went on tour to promote the album, in March opening for T. Rex on their final tour. Later that spring, they became the first British punk band to tour the United States. According to Brendan Mullen, founder of the Los Angeles club The Masque, their first tour of the . . In December, this album was released as Music For Pleasure, and was quickly dismissed by critics. Its failure led to the band being dropped from Stiff Records. Scabies was also displeased with the album, and quit the band after the recording.
Way too studio touched for a Damned record. Overproduced to the maximum, luckily its their only bad record.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A2||Don't Cry Wolf||3:10|
|A3||One Way Love||3:40|
|B1||You Take My Money||2:00|
|B4||Creep (You Can't Fool Me)||2:13|
Saxophone – Lol Coxhill
- Bass, Guitar, Vocals – Captain Sensible
- Drums – Rat Scabies
- Engineer – Brian Humphries, Nick Griffiths
- Guitar – Lu*
- Guitar, Vocals – Brian James
- Photography By – Chris Gabrin
- Producer – Nick Mason
- Vocals – Dave Vanian
- Written-By – James*, Vanian* (tracks: B3), Scabies* (tracks: A1, A5, A6)
NotesRecorded at Brittania Row Studios, London. Issued under license from Fanpack Ltd.
Demon Records. Brentford, Middx.
℗ 1977 Stiff Records/Fanpack Ltd.
© 1988 Demon Records Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 014757 031083
- Matrix / Runout: FIEND-108-A *
- Matrix / Runout: FIEND-108-B *
- Other (Both Sides): MAX
|SEEZ 5||The Damned||Music For Pleasure (LP, Album)||Stiff Records||SEEZ 5||UK||1977|
|TECI-24406||The Damned||Music For Pleasure (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Pap)||Imperial Records||TECI-24406||Japan||2007|
|SEEZ 5||The Damned||Music For Pleasure (LP, Album)||Stiff Records||SEEZ 5||New Zealand||1978|
|31069-2||The Damned||Music For Pleasure (CD, Album)||Frontier Records||31069-2||US||1997|
|940563||The Damned||Music For Pleasure (LP, Album, Gat)||Stiff Records, Barclay||940563||France||1977|