The Sisters Of Mercy - This Corrosion FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: This Corrosion
Style: Goth Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1689 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1855 mb
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The Sisters of Mercy. Produced by Jim Steinman. This Corrosion Lyrics. This Corrosion, goes back to the conflict between Eldritch and his former band mates who were now in The Mission. The lyrics are a parody of clichéd meaningless rock lyrics as especially Wayne Hussey wrote them: It is, of course, directed at somebody and it doesn’t take a genius to work out who, although it’ll probably take the person concerned some considerable time. Nearly all of should be thought of in quotation marks. It would be too confusing to print them all.
This Corrosion" is a song by English rock band the Sisters of Mercy, released as the lead single from their second studio album, Floodland (1987), in September 1987. The song peaked at number 6 in Ireland, number 7 in the UK, and number 17 in Germany. This Corrosion" was written by Andrew Eldritch and produced by Jim Steinman, and is one of the band's most well-known songs.
The Sisters Of Mercy Lyrics. Gimme the ring) Gimme dream child And do you hear me call? (Gimme the ring) On the loan and on the level.
Artist: The Sisters of Mercy. Album: Floodland Collection, 2015. Has been played on. Germany 829.
Band Name The Sisters Of Mercy. Album Name This Corrosion. Data de lançamento 1987. Labels WEA. Estilo de MúsicaGothic Rock. Membros têm este álbum8. The Sisters Of Mercy. Other productions from The Sisters Of Mercy. The Triple Album Collection.
A single from the band’s 1987 album Floodland. The song was written by Andrew Eldritch and reached number 7 on the UK Singles Chart, in Ireland and in Germany. The Sisters of Mercy – Lucretia My Reflection. Ofra Haza – Im Nin’Alu. Yazoo – Only You. Steve Perry – Foolish Heart. Depeche Mode – Everything Counts.
This Corrosion was released on September 18th, 1987 on the This Corrosion single, with slightly shorter lyrics for the 7" single compared to the 12" single, (see below). Initially, the song was to become the second single by The Sisterhood, but Eldritch changed these plans and kept the track for the second The Sisters of Mercy studio album Floodland. Various demo versions of the song are, however, circulating with Andrew Eldritch and/or James Ray (of The Sisterhood in that case) on vocals.
|A||This Corrosion (Vocal / Edit Version)||4:24|
|B||This Corrosion (Vocal / Extended Version)||8:35|
- Manufactured By – Elektra/Asylum/Nonesuch Records
- Produced For – Obsidian Productions Inc.
- Pressed By – Allied Record Company – ST-ED 5263-AR
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Lacquer Cut At – Atlantic Studios
- Lacquer Cut By – sf*
- Music By, Words By – Andrew Eldritch
- Producer – Jim Steinman
Obsidian Productions Inc.
Promotional Copy Not For Sale
ST-ED-5263-A-AR on label (this version) = Allied
ST-ED-5294-A-SP (r1453026) = Specialty
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label ): ST-ED-5263-A-3
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label ): ST-ED-66790-A2
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): [SRC Logo] ST-ED-5263A¹ - / s????/alt
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): [SRC Logo] ST-ED-66790-A¹ - / s????/alt
|MR39, 248217-7||The Sisters Of Mercy||This Corrosion (7", Single, Pap)||Merciful Release, Merciful Release||MR39, 248217-7||UK||1987|
|ED 5263||The Sisters Of Mercy||This Corrosion (12", Promo)||Elektra||ED 5263||US||1987|
|248216-0||The Sisters Of Mercy||This Corrosion (12", Maxi)||WEA||248216-0||Spain||1987|
|248217-7||The Sisters Of Mercy||This Corrosion (7", Single, Promo)||WEA||248217-7||Spain||1987|
|MR39 T, MR39T, 248216-0||The Sisters Of Mercy||This Corrosion (12", Single, Dam)||Merciful Release, Merciful Release, Merciful Release||MR39 T, MR39T, 248216-0||UK||1987|