Buoys is the sixth studio album by American musician Panda Bear, released on February 8, 2019. It was preceded by the lead single "Dolphin", released along with its music video, and features collaborations with Chilean DJ Lizz and Portuguese singer Dino D'Santiago. The album was co-produced by Panda Bear (Noah Lennox) with Rusty Santos in Lisbon, Portugal, where Lennox now lives. The last record the two worked on was Lennox's 2007 album Person Pitch.
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The Boys is the first studio album by UK band The Boys, released in 1977. All tracks composed by Casino Steel and Matt Dangerfield; except where indicated. Side A. "Sick On You" (Matheson, Steel) Lead vocal Kid Reid. I Call Your Name" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) Lead vocal Matt Dangerfield. Tumble With Me" (Matheson, Steel) Lead vocal Kid Reid. Tonight" Lead vocal Matt Dangerfield. I Don't Care" Lead vocal Kid Reid. Soda Pressing" Lead vocal Matt Dangerfield. No Money" Lead vocal Matt Dangerfield.
One of the Boys is the second studio album, and the first mainstream album under the name of Katy Perry. The album was first released on June 17, 2008 in the United States and Canada. The theme of the songs on the album are very different, and more pop, than Perry's first self-titled album, Katy Hudson. An EP, Ur So Gay, which contains the album's promotional single, "Ur So Gay", was released to generate interest on the singer and the then-upcoming album.
The Boys : The Boys,disco, crónica, tracklist, mp3, textos. Data de aparición 1977. Labels NEMS Eurodisc. Estilo MusicalPunk-Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum1. 1. Sick on You. 2. I Call Your Name. 3. Tumble with Me. 4. Tonight.
The LP was named for being their 20th overall album release. Much of it consists of outtakes from earlier albums.
|A1||Give Up Your Guns||4:14|
|A5||The Prince Of Thieves||4:15|
|B2||Tell Me Heaven Is Here||3:31|
- Arranged By – Howard Reeves (tracks: B1), Rupert Holmes (tracks: A1 to A5, B2 to B5)
- Bass – Gerry Hludzik*
- Design – Dick Smith
- Drums, Percussion – Chris Hanlon
- Guitar, Flute – Bill Kelly
- Guitar, Keyboards – Fran Brozena
- Guitar, Keyboards, Flute – Carl Siracuse
- Photography By – Ronald Naschak
- Producer, Engineer – Michael Wright
NotesWith lyric sheet.
Gatefold cover, vinyl inserted from inside to the left.
Because of the photograph this album is often called 'Timothy'.
This issue is 'The Buoys' on the label and 'Dinner Music' on the back cover.
Info about this album at http://www.pauseandplay.com/buoys.htm.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: [Stroke through 593A1C]SPS 24001A
- Matrix / Runout: [Stroke through 593B1C]SPS 24001B
- Other: [further etchings on side 1] Al Brown 16079 audiospectrum
- Other: [further etchings on side 2] Al Brown 16079-X audiospectrum
|SPS 24001, SPS-24001||The Buoys||The Buoys (LP, Album)||Scepter Records, Scepter Records||SPS 24001, SPS-24001||US||1971|
|SPS 24001||The Buoys||Timothy (LP, Album)||Scepter Records||SPS 24001||Canada||1972|
|SPS 24001||The Buoys||The Buoys (LP, Album)||Scepter Records||SPS 24001||US||1971|
|5C 064-62998||The Buoys||The Buoys (LP, Album)||EMI International||5C 064-62998||Netherlands||1979|
|SPS24001||The Buoys||The Buoys (LP, Album, Promo)||Scepter Records||SPS24001||US||1971|