The Saints issued a compilation album, Songs of Salvation and Sin 1976–1988 in 1990 on Raven Records with liner notes penned by Glenn A. Baker. 1991, Kuepper formed the Aints, which performed versions of vintage the Saints' material. The Saints issued Permanent Revolution in 1991 on Mushroom Records, and while Bailey released solo albums, the group went into hiatus.
The discography of Australian rock group, The Saints consists of thirteen studio albums, seventeen singles, six EPs, two live albums and ten compilation albums. The Saints began in 1974 as punk rockers and released their first single, "(I'm) Stranded", in September 1976 on their own Fatal Records label. They were signed to EMI and released their debut album in February 1977, (I'm) Stranded. Mainstay founder, Chris Bailey, is the principal songwriter and record producer
The Remix Album is an album by the English-Canadian girl group All Saints. It was released in 1998, following the success of their eponymous debut album and features remixes of the songs from it, most of which had not been released before. The tracks were mixed together, by DJ Pete Tong, so that they are played continuously without any gaps. In early pressings of the album, Timbaland's name was misprinted as Timberland.
As Bruce Springsteen puts a cover of Just Like Fire Would on his forthcoming album, here's a quick reminder of the Australian punk pioneers' finest songs, Read a history of Australian punk here. Co-written by the band’s founders, vocalist Chris Bailey and guitarist Ed Kuepper, the Saints’ debut single is still an amazing piece of work nearly 40 years on. Memorably claimed by UK music mag Sounds to be single of this and every week on initial release, it has the distinction of being the first independent Australian single: the band booked studio time, recorded it and B-side No Time, then went to a pressing plant and paid them to knock up 500 copies. After 1978’s underperforming Prehistoric Sounds, EMI lost interest and the band disintegrated: original bassist Kym Bradshaw bailed, with Kuepper and drummer Ivor Hay quitting the following year after disputes with Bailey over the band’s direction.
Album · 2018 · 11 Songs. Contemplative and cathartic, Songs for the Saints features appearances by Jimmy Buffett, Ziggy Marley and Lord Huron (with whom Chesney recuts Ends of the Earth, a wistful serenade that originally appeared on the band’s 2012 album, Lonesome Dreams). On the tearjerking ballad Better Boat, Chesney and Mindy Smith find strength in struggle: I ride the waves I can’t control/I’m learning how to build a better boat. Songs for the Saints Kenny Chesney.
The Saints are Coming" was the third single by the Scottish punk rock band Skids, featured on their 1979 debut album, Scared to Dance. The song became an international hit when it was covered in 2006 by U2 and Green Day. It was covered again in 2008 by Von Thronstahl. The single was released as part of a four-track EP, Wide Open, which also featured an A-side and two B-sides. The song was also released on their 1979 debut album Scared to Dance.
second LP, Eternally Yours. For their sophomore outing, the Saints threw actual tempo changes, horn charts, keyboards, and R&B accents into the mix, which didn't endear them to punk purists, who predictably didn't recognize that these changes had only strengthened the band's sound
Songs For The Saints. In every artist’s career, certain albums stand out as a significant piece of their soul. For Kenny Chesney, Songs for the Saintsis that album. Co-produced with Buddy Cannon, the 12 tracks mark a deep dive into the places that save you. So much has happened since I went off the road in 2016, Chesney explains. Andallof it, in one way or another, has ended up on this record. It’s special to me because of what it says – to me, and for me – about life, the world around us, how fragile it all can be and about somehow still finding the best parts of you, and moving towards them. Due July 27,Songs for.
|A4||One Way Street||2:56|
|A5||River Deep Mountain High||3:53|
|A6||Lipstick On Your Collar||2:36|
|A8||Nights In Venice||5:40|
|B1||This Perfect Day||2:10|
|B3||Do The Robot||2:43|
|B4||Know Your Product||3:15|
|B6||Lost And Found||3:48|
|B9||New Center Of The Universe||2:20|
Harvest 2C 068 - 07.483
Compilation 1981 EMI Records LTD
Made in GT BRITAIN
back cover infos:
PATHE MARCONI - EMI Réédition de 1981
PM 212 - 2C 068-07483
Printed in FRANCE
Bootleg reissue with different tracklist of the "Prehistoric Songs" Lp 1981, with poster.
Two press: Black and Clear vinyl
|2C 068 - 07.483||The Saints||Prehistoric Songs (LP, Comp, Unofficial)||Harvest||2C 068 - 07.483||UK||2005|