Various - Rock Of The 80s Volume Five download album
Label: Priority Records - P4 53704 Format: Cassette, Compilation Country: US Released: 1992 Genre: Rock, Pop Style: New Wave Media Condition: Near Mint Sleeve Condition: Near Mint. Note: Includes tracks: She's A Beauty, Talking In Your Sleep, 99 Luftballoons, Turning Japanese, I Don't Like Mondays, And More. Please note: TX customers will pay . 5% sales tax at checkout. Shipping & returns. Get it fast! Ready to ship in 1–3 business days.
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On revisiting this album and its title 'Classic Heavy Rock', I realised that it was missing some essential tracks to justify its title. I have therefore taken the liberty of adding four additional tracks to the compilation, recorded by the true masters of rock: - Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Saxon and Blue Oyster Cult. I am also including some background information on some of the artists that have yet to be covered here at Rockonvinyl. com Nearly everything about this album is masterfully crafted, from the volume to the layering and everything in-between. The musicianship found in every song is superb. The rest of the album, however, is less than lustrous. The mandolins that are sprinkled through the album are supposed to sound mysterious, but they're pretty laughable, and songs like "Cry to Me," "Say Hello," and "Treat Me Well" don't pack enough punch to awaken even the lightest sleeper.
This is what Dylan in the 80s: Volume One, a compilation of covers mostly performed by Americans under 50, aims to salvage. DFA Records pal and current Bud Light commercial star Reggie Watts transforms Brownsville Girl into kaleidoscopic reggae, subtracting the whole Gregory Peck bit and, all told, seven and a half of the original 11 minutes. They sound like voice-and-guitar Dylan, but not necessarily the Dylan of the original. Positively frilly guitar work and harmonica embed Elvis Perkins’ melancholy highway journey, Congratulations. Glen Hansard, the Dublin-bred frontman of The Frames, traces the original Pressing On with a humanist’s steady hand.
|2||–Ultravox||Dancing With Tears In My Eyes||4:07|
|4||–The Knack||Baby Talks Dirty||3:45|
|5||–Divinyls||Pleasure And Pain||3:50|
|6||–Talk Talk||Talk Talk||3:16|
|7||–Culture Club||Karma Chameleon||4:01|
|8||–Wall Of Voodoo||Mexican Radio||4:09|
|10||–Thomas Dolby||She Blinded Me With Science||3:40|
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- Barcode: 724381771624
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- Matrix / Runout: 17716 RE1 MASTERED BY EMI MFG. CA 1-1-2
|S21-17716||Various||Rock Of The 80s Volume Five (CD, Comp)||CEMA Special Markets||S21-17716||US||1995|