The Church - Remote Luxury mp3 downloadPerformer: The Church
Title: Remote Luxury
Style: Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Neo-Psychedelia,College Rock
Location: Studios 301, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Size MP3 version: 1937 mb
Size FLAC version: 1408 mb
Size WMA version: 1680 mb
Format: APE MP4 DXD DTS VQF AUD
Genre: Pop Rock
The Church - Remote Luxury mp3 download
Remote Luxury (2001 Digital Remaster). UMG (от лица компании "EMI"); Sony ATV Publishing.
Tracklist: 1. Constant In Opal, 2. Violet Town, 3. No Explanation, 4. 10,000 Miles, 5. Maybe These Boys, 6. Into My Hands, 7. A Month Of Sundays, 8. Volumes, 9. Shadow Cabinet, 10. Remote Luxury.
Features Song Lyrics for Church's Remote Luxury album.
Remote Luxury is the third EP by the Australian psychedelic rock band The Church, the first of two released in 1984. With the exception of the untypical, synth-heavy "Maybe These Boys", this is one of the more subdued works in the band's catalogue, carrying on the mix of dreamy guitar and keyboards from the previous year's Seance album, but this time in a lighter, more acoustic setting.
Remote Luxury is the first compilation album by the Australian psychedelic rock band The Church, released in 1984. The band had recently signed to Warner Bros.
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Band Name The Church. Album Name Remote Luxury. Type EP. Released date February 1984. Labels Parlophone EMI Records. Members owning this album3.
Studio album by The Church. The first of two EPs released in 1984, Remote Luxury is one of the more subdued works in the Church's catalog. The release carried on the mix of guitars and keyboard effects of the previous year's Seance, but this time in a lighter, more acoustic setting. Without any standout singles, it made little commercial impact, but showcased guitarist Marty Willson-Piper's lead vocals for the first time since 1982's The Blurred Crusade.
and even with their extensive catalogue, still ranks as one of their finest, easily on a par with "Starfish", or the very underrated "Hologram of Baal". I've had it for decades, and write about it now after noticing that it and its predecessor "Seance" are becoming more difficult to find unless they are repackaged sometime down the line.
|1||Constant in Opal Steve Kilbey||The Church||3:29|
|2||Violet Town Steve Kilbey||The Church||3:28|
|3||No Explanation Steve Kilbey||The Church||3:51|
|4||10,000 Miles Steve Kilbey / Marty Willson-Piper||The Church||4:13|
|5||Maybe These Boys... Steve Kilbey||The Church||5:47|
|6||Into My Hands Steve Kilbey||The Church||3:46|
|7||Month of Sundays Steve Kilbey||The Church||4:20|
|8||Volumes Marty Willson-Piper||The Church||4:04|
|9||Shadow Cabinet Steve Kilbey / Peter Koppes / Richard Ploog / Marty Willson-Piper||The Church||4:16|
|10||Remote Luxury Steve Kilbey||The Church||3:14|
CreditsJohn Bee - Engineer, Producer
The Church - Primary Artist, Producer
Steve Kilbey - Composer, Guitar (Bass), Keyboards, Vocals
Peter Koppes - Composer, Guitar
Richard Ploog - Composer, Drums, Percussion
Marty Willson-Piper - Composer, Guitar, Vocals