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Wreckless Eric - Joe Meek download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Joe Meek
Style:
Garage Rock
Released:
1993
Country:
US
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1370 mb
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1994 mb
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1179 mb
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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Wreckless Eric - Joe Meek. Photo of Wreckless Eric - Joe Meek. More albums of Wreckless Eric: The Wonderful World Of Wreckless Eric. This album was released on the label Sympathy For The Record Industry (catalog number SFTRI 226). This album was released in 1993 year.

British punk Wreckless Eric recounts Meek's life and recreates some of his studio effects in his song "Joe Meek" from the album Donovan of Trash. The Marked Men, a Texas punk band, have a song titled "Someday" with lyric: "Joe Meek wanted all the world to know about the news he found. The Frank Black song "White Noise Maker" deals with Meek's suicide by shotgun, the white noise maker of the title. It's been so long since my Telstar.

Wreckless Eric (born Eric Goulden on the 18th May 1954 in East Sussex, England) was part of the pub-rock scene before he became one of the earliest artists to be signed to Stiff Records.

What makes Wreckless Eric such fun is its combination of catchy hooks, spirited playing, and downright rudeness. Only a handful of songs are fully formed, and those - "Whole Wide World" and Ian Dury's "Rough Kids" - are punk-inflected pub rock classics, pure pop songs in every sense of the term. The remainder are off-kilter, idiosyncratic pop songs - about everything from "Personal Hygiene" and "Waxworks" to "Telephoning Home" and "Brain Thieves" - performed with sloppy, drunken abandon.

The Donovan of Trash. Sympathy for the Record Industry.

Wreckless Eric – amERICa (Fire). Out now. Wreckless Eric is a hero to all those of us who love a good kitchen sink drama set to music. He takes the strangeness in the everyday and sets it to song. Yeah, he is, says Ged Babey, so why is Mojo usually full of such rubbish? Wreckless Eric is on Fire! Literally.

Wreckless Eric, which was Wreckless Eric's debut album, was released on 1 June 1978 A 10" version of the LP was issued on both brown and purple vinyl in the UK. These versions omitted the tracks "Whole Wide World" and "Telephoning Home. The full-length version of the LP was also issued on green vinyl in Germany

Tracklist

A Joe Meek
B Tell Me I'm The Only One

Credits

  • Bass Guitar, Guitar, Backing Vocals [Background Singing] – Andre Barreau*
  • Drums, Cymbal – Catfish Truton
  • Vocals [Singing], Guitar, Organ – Eric Goulden / Wreckless Eric*
  • Written-By – Eric Goulden

Notes

A tribute to the 60s UK record producer Joe Meek.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Etchings): SFTRI-226-A IF IT AINT WRECKLESS IT AINT WORTH A FUCK!!
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Etchings): SFTRI-226-B SYMPATHY, WHERE STIFF'S COME BACK AGAIN !

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SFTRI 226 Wreckless Eric Joe Meek ‎(7", Single) Sympathy For The Record Industry SFTRI 226 US 1993