Joy Electric - The Art And Craft Of Popular Music 1994–2002 download mp3 album
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Artist: Joy Electric. Album: The Art And Craft Of Popular Music. Download Joy Electric - We Are Rock. The Art And Craft Of Popular Music: Best 2 songs. Joy Electric - Candy Cane Carriage Melody, 1994 04:11. Joy Electric - Buttercup Fairy Jamboree Melody, 1994 05:35. Artist: Joy Electric.
The Rock album has 34 tracks. Hot Albums by Joy Electric.
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Joy Electric is the brand label for a series of electropop/synthpop productions by Ronnie Martin. Martin began producing music under the Joy Electric name in 1994, after the demise of Dance House Children, a band Ronnie was in with his brother Jason Martin of Starflyer 59. Starflyer 59 bass player and Velvet Blue Music owner Jeff Cloud joined Joy Electric from 1996 until 2002. Joy Electric is currently a solo act. Contents. On March 20, 2012, Joy Electric announced that the new album would be released independently. New Musiq, Volume 2 (Plastiq Musiq, 2001), track 18, "Parlor Inventor". The Art and Craft of Popular Music (2002).
Release Date: June 18, 2002. Joy Electric - The Art and Craft of Popular Music MP3 version. 1844 downloads at 24 mb/s. Joy Electric - The Art and Craft of Popular Music FLAC version. 1876 downloads at 25 mb/s. 12. Blueberry Boats (And Pink Elephants) Ronnie Martin.
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JOY ELECTRIC Lyrics - A selection of 134 Joy Electric lyrics including May All Saints, Life In 1982 (joy E. Vocal Version), The Ministry Of Archers, Keep Him In Your Thoughts, The Birth Of The Telegram 1814. The Magic of Christmas. The Tick Tock Treasury. The Art and Craft of Popular Music, 1994-2002. The White Songbook - Legacy, Vol. 1. Unelectric. The Land of Misfits Ep. Robot Rock.
Electric is the third album by British rock band The Cult, released in 1987. It was the follow-up to their commercial breakthrough Love. The album equalled its predecessor's chart placing by peaking at number four in the UK but exceeded its chart residency, spending a total of 27 weeks on the chart (the most successful run for an album by The Cult). The album marked a deliberate stylistic change in the band's sound from gothic rock to more traditional hard rock.
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|1-02||Dance To Moroder||3:14|
|1-03||Such A Beautiful Thought||4:05|
|1-05||Mistletoe And Molasses||3:44|
|1-06||Apples Of Gold||3:35|
|1-07||We’ll Last So Long||4:04|
|1-09||Weep In The Sunshine||2:45|
|1-10||Come In, Brother||3:38|
|1-11||Every Nook And Cranny||2:53|
|1-12||Blueberry Boats (And Pink Elephants)||4:57|
|1-13||We Are Rock (The Faint Remix)
Remix – The Faint
|1-14||We Are Rock (The Norway Remix)
Remix – Norway
|1-15||We Are Rock (The Echoing Green Remix)
Remix – The Echoing Green
|2-01||Drum Machine Joy||4:36|
|2-03||Analogue Grand Diary||4:35|
|2-04||Sweet Sweet Charity||4:34|
|2-05||Keep Him In Your Thoughts||3:57|
|2-06||Five Stars For Failure||3:42|
|2-09||I Beam, You Beam||4:48|
|2-13||The Robot Beat||3:26|
|2-14||The North Sea||4:19|
|2-15||Disco For A Ride||3:38|
|2-16||Singing In Gee||5:20|
|2-17||Children Of The Lord||3:23|
|2-18||I Sing Electric||3:44|
|2-19||These Should Be The Good Times||3:59|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tooth & Nail Records
- Copyright (c) – Tooth & Nail Records
- Copyright (c) – Songs By The Bushel
- Copyright (c) – Spinning Audio Vortex
- Glass Mastered At – EMI MFG.
- Art Direction, Design, Layout – Asterik Studio
- Electronic Drums [Electronic Drum Kit] – Ronnie Martin (tracks: 2-10)
- Electronic Drums [Percussion Synthesizer] – Caleb Mannan (tracks: 2-15 to 2-18)
- Executive-Producer – Brandon Ebel
- Liner Notes – Chris M. Short
- Mixed By – Gene Eugene (tracks: 2-11 to 2-13), Scott Blackwell (tracks: 2-14)
- Mixed By [Vocals] – Bob Moon (tracks: 1-01 to 1-12, 2-01 to 2-10, 2-15 to 2-19), Ronnie Martin (tracks: 1-01 to 1-12)
- Performer [All Instruments] – Ronnie Martin (tracks: 2-19)
- Photography By – Brandon Ebel, David Johnson , Matt Wignall, Tim Owen
- Producer [Vocals] – Mike Knott* (tracks: 2-11 to 2-13)
- Recorded By [Vocals] – Bob Moon (tracks: 1-01 to 1-12, 2-01 to 2-10, 2-15 to 2-19), Ronnie Martin (tracks: 1-01 to 1-12)
- Sequenced By [Drum Machine] – Ronnie Martin (tracks: 2-01 to 2-10)
- Synthesizer – Jeff Cloud (tracks: 1-01 to 1-12, 2-11 to 2-18), Ronnie Martin (tracks: 1-01 to 1-12, 2-01 to 2-18)
- Tape [Tape Machine] – Jeff Cloud (tracks: 2-15 to 2-18)
- Vocals, Written-By – Ronnie Martin
- Vocoder – Ronnie Martin (tracks: 2-15 to 2-18)
Notes℗ & © 2002 Tooth & Nail Records
All songs © Songs by the Bushel (BMI)/Spinning Audio Vortex (BMI)
Track 1-07 is a new version of an old Rainbow Rider song. Track 1-10 is a new recording of a track that originally appeared as a demo elsewhere.
Catalog number “BED38734” is listed on the outside sleeve. “BED38735” appears on disc 1, and “BED38736” appears on disc 2.
Packaged in a 3-panel Digipak.
Booklet: 24-page full-color stapled booklet.
Disc trays: clear.
CDs: black print.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 24353 87342 4
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): BED38735·
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): 1-1-1
- Matrix / Runout: MASTERED BY EMI MFG.
- Mould SID Code (Disc 1): ifpi 1639
- Mastering SID Code (Discs 1 & 2): IFPI L044
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): BED38736:
- Mould SID Code (Disc 2): ifpi 163C
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): 2-1-1
- Rights Society: BMI