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Mp3 MC5 - High Time / Back In The USA

  • Performer: MC5
  • Album: High Time / Back In The USA
  • Label: Warner Strategic Marketing Australia, Atlantic
  • Catalog #: 8122754042
  • MP3: 2957 mb | FLAC: 2051 mb
  • Released: 09 Jul 2004
  • Country: Australia
  • Style: Garage Rock
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 324
  • Category: Rock
Mp3 MC5 - High Time / Back In The USA


2Skunk (Sonicly Speaking)6:31
3Looking At You3:01
4Miss X5:08
5The Human Being Lawnmower2:23
6Baby Won't Ya5:32
8High School2:41
9Shakin' Street2:20
10Over And Over5:13
11The American Ruse2:30
12Let Me Try4:14
13Gotta Keep Movin'3:24
15Call Me Animal2:05
16 High Time
17Back In The USA2:26
19Teenage Lust2:34
20 Back In The USA
21Sister Anne7:23


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
8-1092MC5 Back In The USA / High Time ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial)Aziя Records8-1092Russia2001


  • Remastered ByBill Inglot (tracks: 1-1 to 1-8), Ken Perry (tracks: 1-1 to 1-8)


Budget price Aussie exclusive from the Take-2 series features two classic albums packaged in a slipcase.


  • Other (High Time): 8122710342
  • Other (Back In The USA): 8122710332


  • Manufactured By – Warner Music Australia
  • Distributed By – Warner Music Australia


Back in the USA is the debut studio album and second album overall, following 1969's live album Kick Out the Jams by American rock band MC5. The central focus of the album is the band's movement away from the raw, thrashy sound pioneered and captured on their first release, the live album Kick Out the Jams 1969. This was due in part to producer Jon Landau's distaste for the rough psychedelic rock movement, and his adoration for the straightforward rock and roll of the 1950s. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей MC5. High School. Call Me Animal. get back' parameters to include how the sound must be that came from battery powered AM radio back when they themselves were early teenagers digging the wild boss sounds that came flooding through the the lyrics and a cat knows this is directed to the kids, extolling rock roll freedomrocking the high school in all different formsgetting hip to. Back In The USA - MC5. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. MC5. Back in the USA. The recurring theme which drives Back in the USA is adolescence, its reminiscences alternately fond and embittered - while cuts like Tonight, Teenage Lust, High School, and Shakin' Street celebrate youth in all its rebellious glory, others like The American Ruse and The Human Being Lawnmower condemn a system which eats its young, filling their heads with lies before sending them off. Ищете треки из альбома Back In The USA исполнителя The MC5 Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. Songs in album MC5 - Back In The USA 1970. MC5 - Tutti-Frutti. MC5 - Back In The USA Chuck Berry Cover. High Time. Garage Rock. Kick Out The Jams. Garage Rock Рroto-Punk. The MC5 is an American rock band formed in Lincoln Park, Michigan and originally active from 1964 to 1972. The original band line-up consisted of : Back in the USA,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Listen free to MC5 Back in the USA Tutti-Frutti, Tonight and more. 11 tracks 28:16. 1970 Back in the USA Vinyl LP Atlantic SD 8247 A1 A1Tutti-Frutti 1:27 A2 Tonight 2:32 A3 Teenage Lust 2:34 A4 Let Me Try 4:12 A5 Looking at You 3:00 B1 High School 2:39 B2 Call Me Animal 2:03 B3 The American Ruse 2:28 B4 Shakin' Street 2:18 B5 The Human Being Lawnmower 2:22 B6 Back in the USA 2:35 WOP-BOP-A-LU-BOP-A-LOP-BAM-BOOM. Tutti Frutti, which opens the partly excellent MC5 album, is easily the worst cut on it, and in a way a clue to the rest of the record, which ends, stiffly. Back in the USA, it was slick but rude, loud and crazy, and absolutely essential for any real rock fan to have been listened to by now. Its been 36 years since this baby was released, and somehow the immediate and widespread response to the brilliance of this album has yet to be fully received. That's a crime considering the work and arrests it took to make this. I personaly don't feel that way. But I do see that the MC5 are written off as just a high-octane blues band with too-far-left politics. I've never heard the band mentioned without Sinclair. Which is a shame, seeing as how they do more than that