Steve Kilbey - The Slow Crack flac album
Title: The Slow Crack
Style: Alternative Rock
MP3 album: 1775 mb
FLAC album: 1788 mb
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Complete your Steve Kilbey collection. ROUGH US 70 CD, Rough US 70. Steve Kilbey. The Slow Crack (CD, Album). Rough Trade, Rough Trade.
By: Steve Kilbey (1987, Rock). More albums from Steve Kilbey: Narcosis + by Steve Kilbey. Remindlessness by Steve Kilbey. Miscellanaea – Whispers In The Static by Steve Kilbey. Glow And Fade by Steve Kilbey. Dream Lover by Steve Kilbey. The Word I. y Steve Kilbey. White Magic by Steve Kilbey. Songs From The Real World (Commissioned Songs) by Steve Kilbey. View all albums . The Slow Crack. By: Steve Kilbey (1987, Rock).
Album by Steve Kilbey. Favourite Pack Of Lies. Something That Means Something. A Minute Without You. Surrealist Woman Blues. Starling St. Transaction. Consider Yourself Conquered.
Expanded for American release by the inclusion of a few tracks from the Transaction and Remindlessness efforts, The Slow Crack, which originally surfaced in 1987, finds Kilbey agreeably filling in the time between the Church's Heyday and Starfish albums. There are actually fun hints of the latter album here and there: the mandolin on "Fireman" (there's also some sax) is a definite giveaway, considering the cameo turn David Lindley did on "Antenna
This album has an average beat per minute of 122 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 122/122 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Slow Crack. BPM Profile The Slow Crack. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Steve Kilbey.
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A songwriter of many musical tongues, from the sprawling guitar thunderstorms of The Church, to the opiated dronescapes and psychedelic vision of his solo recordings and paintings. thunderstorms of The Church, to the opiated dronescapes and psychedelic vision of his solo recordings and paintings.
made in the Usa with a picture sleeve. Steve Kilbey is the lead singer and bassist for the Australian psychedelic pop/rockers the Church. During the late '80s, Kilbey began a solo career with the 1986 Australian release of Unearthed. His solo work was more experimental and textured than the Church's relatively straightforward pop. As he pursued his solo career, he continued to release albums with the Church right into the '90s1. Something That Means Something2.
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Backing Vocals – K.J. DipperMandolin – Paul SimmonsSaxophone – Jason Bruer
|A2||Woman With Reason
Banjo – Phil MaherWritten-By – Gulliver Smith, Russell Smith
|A3||Favourite Pack Of Lies||4:00|
|A4||Something That Means Something||4:12|
Written-By – Steve Kilbey, Bill Shakespeare*
|B2||A Minute Without You||3:53|
|B3||Surrealist Woman Blues||5:19|
- Mixed By – Paul Simmons
- Performer, Engineer – Steve Kilbey
- Producer – Steve Kilbey
- Written-By – Steve Kilbey (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B2 to B4)
|RED CD 8, 843 884-2||Steve Kilbey||The Slow Crack (CD, Album)||Red Eye Records, Polydor||RED CD 8, 843 884-2||Australia||1990|
|CD SMR 0183||Steve Kilbey||The Slow Crack (CD, Album, RE, Dig)||Second Motion Records||CD SMR 0183||US||2010|
|ROUGH US 70C||Steve Kilbey||The Slow Crack (Cass, Album)||Rough Trade||ROUGH US 70C||US||1989|
|KH022||Steve Kilbey||The Slow Crack (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Karmic Hit||KH022||Australia||2004|
|none||Steve Kilbey||The Slow Crack (15xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Not On Label||none||Australia||Unknown|