Take No Prisoners is the debut solo album of British rock singer David Byron. It was released whilst he was still vocalist for Uriah Heep and features Heep bandmates Mick Box and Lee Kerslake. Man Full of Yesterdays" (Byron, Box, Stonebridge) – 5:36. Sweet Rock N' Roll" (Stonebridge, McGuinness) – 2:49. Steamin' Along" (Byron, Box, Ball, Thompson, Stonebridge) – 5:09. Silver White Man" (Byron) – 3:29. Love Song" (Byron, Box, Kerslake, Stonebridge) – 2:56.
Graham Day. The Prisoners. Thinking of You (Broken Pieces). Graham Day, Russ Wilkins.
The second album by Prisoners Of The Sun will for sure not dissappoint the progressive crowd out there. Here we get pretty good variation, and tracks that should fit the taste of a bigger audience than the usual trance heads. Most of the tracks builds up in a nice way, and we get some nice breaks in there too. So, if you are into progressive trance or house, check it out! 답글 나에게 알림 Helpful. 2005년 12월 16일. 신고. 편집됨 over 13 years ago.
The prisoners: "Independently owned and operated since 1990" !. .THE PRISONERS "WORKING CLASS STIFF" From: "IN THE LAND OF THE FREE . 2010) Video: FRAN KUHN. 11. 3. See all. Posts.
Reaching My Head - The Prisoners (1984). Now, that’s a hell of a wicked tune by a massively underrated, yet seminal ‘80s garage rock band, included in the ultra-rare Four On 4 /Trash On The Tube EP, along another track by an early ‘80s garage band, Thee Milkshakes, as well as two more by old school British psychobilly acts The Tall Boys & The Sting-Rays
The album consists of 5 remixed versions of songs from SYRE, including the lead single, ICON, which became the most listened track on SYRE
The technicality and instrumentation on Prisoners is also a massive step-up, not only from their debut, but also this album’s immediate predecessor. The pummeling riff on Lonely Solipsist (one of the album’s numerous highlights) is but one of many examples of The Agonist’s undeniably catchy yet intricate instrumentation. I think her vocals fit the album perfectly, and it just wouldn't sound the same with someone else. KingHarkinian November 8th 2012.
The Prisoners were a band who formed in 1980 in Rochester, Kent, England. Their 1960s garage sound made them a regular live fixture in London's underground "psychedelic revival" and "mod revival" scene of the early 1980s. They often toured with The Milkshakes, who included Billy Childish on guitar. The Prisoners' sound combined catchy, retro-flavoured melodies, punky guitar riffs, a Steve Marriott-esque vocal style and a lead instrument of the then-unfashionable Hammond organ
|A2||What I Want|
|B1||The Last Thing On Your Mind|
|B2||Revenge Of The Cybermen|
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- Copyright (c) – Ace Records Ltd.
- Published By – Rockin' Music
- Published By – Havasong Music
- Pressed By – Sonopress – B-1486
- Lacquer Cut By – Rc*
- Liner Notes – Peter Niss
- Producer – Russell Wilkins
- Written-By – Graham Day
NotesMade in EEC.
Rockin' Music (exc. B2: Havasong Music)
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