Westworld is the first studio album by English post-punk band Theatre of Hate. It was released in February 1982 by record label Burning Rome, prior to the band's dissolution in 1983. It was produced by Mick Jones of the Clash. All tracks written by Kirk Brandon. Westworld reached No. 17 on the UK Singles Chart. Westworld was generally viewed by critics as a disappointment in comparison to the group's previous work
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Theatre Of Hate - Westworld (Full Album) And Bonus Tracks. Top Songs By Theatre of Hate. 1. Do You Believe In The Westworld? Theatre Of Hate. 2. Original Sin (Original 7 Version). 663. 3. The Hop. Theatre Of Hate. 276. 5. Dreams Of The Poppy. By a freak a coin in the piano made it play But only the wind and the dust heard it say Do you believe in the Westworld? From the south on a wind in walked a cowboy The saloon was dry but his guns were well oiled Somehow he remembered when he kissed his wife And when he said goodbye But that was before the circus with the bear arrived Oh the bear it roared as the gun was fired Then the cowboy turned the gun on himself as he. sang "No-ones alive" Do you believe in the Westworld? Writer(s): Kirk Brandon Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch.
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Theatre of Hate were a post-punk, goth rock band which formed in Britain in 1980, and disbanded in late 1982. Check ww. irkbrandon. Led by singer-songwriter and ex-member of punk band The Pack, Kirk Brandon, the original group also consisted of: guitarist Simon Werner, bassist Jonathan Werner (some sources say Jamie Stewart of The Cult fame) and drummer Luke Rendle. Theatre of Hate garnered much early attention as a live act. The album also spawned the Top 40 single "Do You Believe in the Westworld?". In late 1982, Theatre of Hate released another live album entitled He Who Dares Wins: Live in Berlin. In early 1983, the Theatre of Hate disbanded. Brandon went on to front Spear of Destiny and guitarist Billy Duffy joined Ian Astbury in the group Southern Death Cult, which would later become successful after shortening their name to The Cult.