Mp3 Japan - Gentlemen Take Polaroids
|1||Methods Of Dance||6:53|
|3||Taking Islands In Africa|
Written-By – Sakamoto / Sylvian
|5||Gentlemen Take Polaroids||7:06|
|6||My New Career||3:54|
|7||Ain't That Peculiar|
Written-By – M. Tarplan, R. Rodgers, W. Robinson, W. Moore
- Composed By – D. Sylvian (tracks: A1 to B1, B3, B4)
- Design Concept [Cover Concept] – Stuart McLeod
- Engineer [Assistant Engineer] – Renate
- Engineer [Engineered By] – Colin Fairley, John Punter, Nigel Walker, Steve Prestage
- Mixed By – John Punter
- Other [Hair] – Maneline
- Other [Make-up] – Regis
- Photography By – Stuart McLeod
- Photography By [Back Cover Photography Assisted By] – Steve Shivers
- Photography By [Back Cover Photography] – Nicola Tyson
- Producer [Produced By] – John Punter
℗ 1980 Virgin Records Limited
Made in England
Recorded at Air Studios and The Townhouse Studios, London. Published By Chadwick Nomis Ltd. / Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd., except for Track B2 Jobete Music Co Ltd.
This pressing was mastered at Strawberry Mastering with 'STRAWBERRY' etched into runout groove. Another pressing which was mastered at The Town House also exist with 'TOWN HOUSE' etched into runout groove.
Note: First edition pressings had track A3 printed as 'Some Kind Of Fool' on the back of the sleeve. An erratum sticker listed that track A3 would be replaced with 'Burning Bridges'.
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Runout Side A): STRAWBERRY
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched, Variation 1): V2180 A1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched, Variation 1): V2180 B3
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched, Variation 2): V2180 A2
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched, Variation 2): V2180 B3
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched, Variation 3): V2180 A3
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched, Variation 3): V2180 B3 F
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
- Published By – Chadwick Nomis Ltd.
- Published By – Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd.
- Published By – Jobete Music Co. Ltd
- Recorded At – Air Studios
- Recorded At – The Town House
- Mastered At – Strawberry Mastering
Gentlemen Take Polaroids Remastered 2003. UMG от лица компании Virgin Records Ltd ASCAP, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, LatinAutor, Wise Music Group, UMPI, CMRRA и другие авторские общества 5. Swing Remastered 2003. UMG от лица компании Virgin Records Ltd UMPI, CMRRA, Sony ATV Publishing, ASCAP, LatinAutor, Wise Music Group, LatinAutor - PeerMusic и другие авторские общества 5. Gentlemen Take Polaroids - Japan. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Gentlemen Take Polaroids is the fourth and penultimate studio album by the English band Japan, released on 24 October 1980 by Virgin Records. The album was preceded by the release of the title track as a single, which peaked at number 60 in the UK Singles Chart. The album was moderately successful, peaking at number 51. Gentlemen Take Polaroids was the band's first album for the Virgin Records label, after leaving Hansa-Ariola who had released their first three albums. It continued in the vein of. Japan - Gentlemen Take Polaroids 1980. To favorites 6 Download album. Listen album. New Wave. Songs in album Japan - Gentlemen Take Polaroids 1980. Japan - Gentlemen Take Polaroids. Japan - Swing. Japan - Burning Bridges. Japan - My New Career. At the time of Gentlemen Take Polaroids release in November 1980, Japan were widely considered to be a joke. Japans current sound is one long, diffuse outtake from Roxy Musics Flesh And Blood, reckoned the NME. The group had always worn their influences on their sleeves and were the epitome of a group whod grown up in public. Their first two albums sounded like the aural equivalent of adolescent photo-booth strips: naïve, gawky and fuelled by misplaced hormones. Ищете треки из альбома Gentlemen Take Polaroids исполнителя Japan Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. Gentlemen Take Polaroids Japan, David Sylvian, Steve Jansen, Richard Barbieri, Mick Karn, Rob Dean. Swing Japan. Burning Bridges Japan. My New Career Japan, David Sylvian, Steve Jansen, Richard Barbieri, Mick Karn. Like Quiet Life, Gentlemen Take Polaroids is a mainly electronic album characterised by the distinctive playing of its members, particularly Sylvian and Karn, but it is much moodier than its predecessor, with much of the pop and dance factor removed. The arrangements are much more intricate and dense, and the production is a lot slicker and cleaner for all these reasons the album has been compared to Low 1977 by David Bowie, whom Japan have cited as an influence on a number of occasions. Listen free to Japan Gentlemen Take Polaroids Gentlemen Take Polaroids, Swing and more. 8 tracks 46:00. The glam influences still hung heavy, particularly from Roxy Music, but now the band found itself starting to affect others in turn. Even the back cover photo says as much - looking cool in glossy, elegant nightwear, the quintet had a clear impact on Duran Duran, to the point where Nick Rhodes obviously was trying to be Sylvian in appearance. Japan Gentlemen Take Polaroids. Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop. A solid album, in fact all 3 main Japan albums should be bought and if possible as first press. Quiet Life, Tin Drum, Gentlemen Take Polaroids. Répondre Me notifier Helpful