Aztec Camera - Stray FLAC album
Country: UK & Europe
Style: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1453 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1463 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1857 mb
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Love is the third studio album by Scottish pop group Aztec Camera, released in November 1987 on Sire. While it was released under the Aztec Camera name, Roddy Frame was the only remaining permanent member of the group and he recorded the album alongside a group of session musicians. Departing from the indie and folk-rock approach of earlier records, Love incorporated R&B influences, seemingly to break the American market
Unlike previous Aztec Camera albums, there's not one unifying style to the disc, and the variety makes Stray one of Frame's better collections. From the assured rocking pop of the singles "The Crying Scene" (the closest thing Aztec Camera ever got to an American hit single) and "Good Morning Britain" (a rousing collaboration with Mick Jones of the Clash and Big Audio Dynamite) to the cool, Chet Baker-ish cocktail jazz of "Over My Head," Frame covers the waterfront, but it's the quartet of songs
Album · 1990 · 9 Songs. Listen on Apple Music.
Stray is the fourth album by British group Aztec Camera, released in July 10, 1990 on the Sire Records label. Stray was praised for its diversity of songs and styles, and for the assured nature of Roddy Frame's lyrics (which had been considered the weak-point of some of his earlier material).
Band Name Aztec Camera. Labels WEA Sire Records. Members owning this album1. 5. Good Morning Britain. 6. How It Is. 7. The Gentle Kind.
Stray was a more adventurous side of Aztec Camera, but it's still an amazing album, by a very under rated band. After several hits in the 80's pop scene, Aztec Camera started the 90's with an overlooked gem. That gem was simply called "Stray". Stray" has all the witty, sweet lyrics and charm from the earlier albums but it seems to me that this is a bit more mature.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A2||The Crying Scene|
|A3||Get Outta London|
|A4||Over My Head|
|B1||Good Morning Britain
Vocals – Mick Jones
|B2||How It Is|
|B3||The Gentle Kind|
|B4||Notting Hill Blues|
|B5||Song For A Friend|
- Copyright (c) – WB Music Corp.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sire Records Company
- Copyright (c) – Sire Records Company
- Manufactured By – Columbia House
- Marketed By – Reprise Records
- Recorded At – Rockfield Studios
- Recorded At – Power Plant Studios
- Duplicated By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Bass – Paul Powell
- Drums, Backing Vocals – Frank Tontoh
- Engineer – Eric Calvi, Simon Dawson
- Engineer [Assistant] – Cameron Jenkins
- Engineer [Mix] – Nick Davies*
- Keyboards – Gary Sanctuary
- Mastered By – Chris Blair
- Performer [Additional Musician] – Edwyn Collins, Mickey Gallagher*, Paul Carrack, Steve Sidelnyk
- Producer – Eric Calvi, Roddy Frame
- Vocals, Guitar – Roddy Frame
- Written-By – Roddy Frame
NotesRecorded at Rockfield, Monmouth and Powerplant, London.
All songs © 1990 W B Music Corp. ASCAP.
Lyrics Reprinted by Permission. All Rights Reserved.
© 1990 Sire Records Company ℗ 1990 Sire Records Company. Made in U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 20831-4109-4 51
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|WX 350, 9031-71694-1||Aztec Camera||Stray (LP, Album)||WEA, WEA||WX 350, 9031-71694-1||UK & Europe||1990|
|9 26211-2||Aztec Camera||Stray (CD, Album)||Sire, Reprise Records||9 26211-2||US||1990|
|9031-71694-1||Aztec Camera||Stray (LP, Album)||WEA||9031-71694-1||Greece||1990|
|1-26211, 9 26211-1||Aztec Camera||Stray (LP, Album)||Sire, Reprise Records||1-26211, 9 26211-1||US||1990|
|9031-71694-4||Aztec Camera||Stray (Cass, Album)||WEA||9031-71694-4||UK||1990|