Prefab Sprout - Electric Guitars flac album
Title: Electric Guitars
Style: Pop Rock
MP3 album: 1333 mb
FLAC album: 1706 mb
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Steve McQueen is the second studio album by English pop band Prefab Sprout, released in June 1985 by Kitchenware Records. The album was released by CBS in the United States as Two Wheels Good due to a legal conflict with the estate of American actor Steve McQueen. The album cover references Steve McQueen's lifelong passion for Triumph motorcycles and the 1963 film The Great Escape, starring McQueen and featuring prominent motorcycle chase scenes (with stunts performed by himself on a Triumph motorcycle).
Electric Guitars (Album Version). Electric Guitars ! Riots in airports - everywhere that we go. Mascara meltdown - hysteria-a-go-go. Electric Guitars ! Electric Guitars ! When I woke up I was laughing. Well what else was I to do.
Prefab Sprout are an English pop band from Witton Gilbert, County Durham, England who rose to fame during the 1980s. Nine of their albums have reached the Top 40 in the UK Albums Chart, and one of their singles, "The King of Rock 'n' Roll", peaked at number seven in the UK Singles Chart. The band formed in 1978 in Newcastle.
Artist: Prefab Sprout. Album: 38 Carat Collection, 2009. Music video by Prefab Sprout performing Electric Guitars. c) 1999 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) Limited. Has been played on. Netherlands 20. Radio Seaside. 20. Argentina 9. Radio Heaven ONLINE.
Swoon (Prefab Sprout album).
Prefab Sprout - When Love Breaks Down. Prefab sprout - steve mcqueen 1985. Prefab Sprout - The King of Rock 'N' Roll. Prefab Sprout best albums.
Crimson/Red also confirmed that Prefab Sprout was now in effect a solo project, with Paddy McAloon singing, playing and programming all of the music on the album on his own. In interviews at the time, McAloon explained that his health issues (in particular, the deterioration of his hearing) now dictated the way in which Prefab Sprout music was recorded, making it impractical and even impossible for any other musicians to be involved; but that he remained fond of and grateful to his former bandmates. A Prisoner of the Past" and "Electric Guitars" were also released as singles, peaking at number 30 and number 53, respectively, in the UK Singles Chart. The largely instrumental album marks a notable stylistic change from previous Prefab Sprout work, featuring classical passages and orchestration reminiscent of Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel, McAloon's two favourite composers.
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|SKCD 71||Prefab Sprout||Electric Guitars (CD, Single, CD1)||Kitchenware Records, Columbia||SKCD 71||UK||1997|
|COL 664722 2||Prefab Sprout||Electric Guitars (CD, Maxi)||Columbia||COL 664722 2||Germany||1997|
|SKZD 71||Prefab Sprout||Electric Guitars (CD, Single, CD2)||Kitchenware Records||SKZD 71||UK||1997|
|COL 664722 1||Prefab Sprout||Electric Guitars (CD, Single, Car)||Columbia||COL 664722 1||Europe||1997|
|XPCD 887||Prefab Sprout||Electric Guitars (CD, Single, Promo, Car)||Kitchenware Records, Columbia||XPCD 887||UK||1997|