69 is the debut album by British band . Kane, released in 1988 on Rough Trade Records and produced by the band with additional co-production from Ray Shulman. Following the release of their acclaimed Lollita and Up Home! EPs, 69 developed the experimental "dream pop" style pioneered by the duo, blending elements of dub, acid rock, free jazz, electronic, and pop music. Music critic Martin C. Strong described the album's sound as "hard to pigeonhole yet seminal nevertheless.
Kane – 69. Label: Rough Trade – RTD 83. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Co-producer – Ray Shulman (tracks: A1 to A3). Design – Geoff Halpin. Illustration – John Geary (2). Instruments, Written-By, Arranged By, Engineer, Producer – . Mastered By – G. Pauler.
With both early EPs and the M/A/R/R/S smash success behind them, . Kane found themselves more than ready to go ahead with a full album in 1988, and did so wonderfully. everything's gone crazy now," followed by a.
This album has an average beat per minute of 114 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 69/187 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
1. Crazy Blue Lyrics.
69 is the debut album by British band . Strong described the album's sound as "hard to pigeonhole yet seminal nevertheless
Kane and appears on the album 69 (1988). Inside my belly, there's scars made of jellyThey (dance) on a teddy, on aging faces friendlyHer sweet smile's getting dusty. Just trust for loveDon't eat for taste. Vile juice, swallow spit reasonAngry scab crack splitLet them all stay out meCame (moan-a-moan) from a dubway(Let them all stay out of me)Don't turn 'em on, it's not (?)Our glass fur's riding today. Just trust for loveDon't eat for taste, don't go away.
Kane co-present 'Winter Tale' single. FOR FANS OF: Julianna Barwick, . Kane, Cocteau Twins, Jenny Hval, early 4AD output. This is a really brilliant post-rocky shoegazey woozy ambient thing. It's absolutely beautiful - Dani Charlton, Amazing Radio. Kane lends his hallmark oceanic dream-space twist to this track with a kickback to his ‘69’ album, evident even from the title ‘Mix 69 Style’, recalling such classic tracks as Baby Milk Snatcher and Spermwhale Trip Over. Back in the 1980s, . Kane was the first to coin the term 'dream pop', referring to the music they make. They went on to influence everyone from My Bloody Valentine and Slowdive to Andrew Weatherall - whose long-running night A Love From Outer Space derives its name from their seminal 1989 track.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Bass – Ray*
|3||Baby Milk Snatcher
Engineer – Lincoln Fong
Double Bass – Billy McGee
|7||Sperm Whale Trip Over
Bass – Ray*
|8||The Sun Falls Into The Sea
Clarinet – Stephen Benjamin
|9||The Madonna Is With Child||3:49|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Second Wind Ltd
- Artwork By [69 Design] – Geoff Halpin
- Artwork By [69 Illustration] – John Geary
- Artwork By [Sleeve] – Paul Khera
- Performer, Written-By, Arranged By, Engineer, Producer – A.R. Kane
- Producer – Ray Shulman (tracks: 1 to 3)
NotesReleased in 2000 or 2001
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 016958 038229
|ROUGH 119||A.R. Kane||69 (LP, Album)||Rough Trade||ROUGH 119||UK||1988|
|ROUGH US 45 CD||A.R. Kane||69 (CD, Album)||Rough Trade||ROUGH US 45 CD||US||1988|
|ROUGH 119||A.R. Kane||69 (LP, Album, W/Lbl)||Rough Trade||ROUGH 119||UK||1988|
|ROUGH 119, L 30071||A.R. Kane||69 (LP, Album)||Rough Trade, Festival Records||ROUGH 119, L 30071||Australia & New Zealand||1989|
|VG-ROUGH 119||A.R. Kane||69 (LP, Album)||Rough Trade, Virgin||VG-ROUGH 119||Greece||1988|