Marianne Faithfull - Broken English FLAC album
Title: Broken English
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MP3 version ZIP size: 1911 mb
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Broken English is the seventh studio album by English singer Marianne Faithfull. It was released on 2 November 1979 by Island Records. The album marked a major comeback for Faithfull after years of drug abuse, homelessness, and suffering from anorexia. It is often regarded as her "definitive recording" and Faithfull herself described it as her "masterpiece".
Broken English" is a song recorded by English singer Marianne Faithfull for her seventh studio album Broken English (1979). It was released as the second single from the album on 25 January 1980 by Island Records. Written by Faithfull, Barry Reynolds, Joe Mavety, Steve York and Terry Stannard, the song's lyrical theme revolves around terrorism. The inspiration behind the song was Ulrike Meinhof, a co-founder of the terrorist group Baader-Meinhof Gang.
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Artist: Marianne Faithfull. Album: Broken English. Vinyl: VG. Jacket: VG-. E-Checks take up to a week to clear, and will not accept them. Marianne Faithfull Broken English LP Island Why D'Ya Do It Inner Sleeve. This is the LP Broken English by Marianne Faithfull. It is on the Island label. The original inner sleeve is here. The record is in VG condition with a couple of light paper scuffs Marianne Faithfull-Broken English-Island Records-ILPS 9570.
Album · 1979 · 8 Songs. Broken English Marianne Faithfull. Granted, it's death disco, with Faithfull's scarred vocal delivery leading the dance, and years of drinking, drugs and cigarettes removed any trace of her choirgirl innocence.
Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). The album contains some of her most famous songs, including the title track and "The Ballad of Lucy Jordan", and was notable for the controversy surrounding the final number "Why D'Ya Do It". Go Unlimited. Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Broken English.
Marianne Faithfull's defiant 1979 comeback album shows her as the most punk of 60s icons. But on Broken English she usually was. If the era called for shock tactics, then Faithfull was happy to be shocking. The concluding Why'd Ya Do It's depiction of feminine hell-hath-no-fury rage contains a fuck, a cunt, two cocks, a dick, a balls, a pussy and a fanny (the latter "full of cobwebs") as well as posing the immortal question "Why did you spit on my snatch?": an impressive tally in a pre-hip-hop world
|B1||The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan|
|B2||What's The Hurry|
|B3||Working Class Hero|
|B4||Why D'Ya Do It|
- Producer [All Tracks] – Mark Miller Mundy
|M1||Marianne Faithfull||Broken English (LP, Album)||Island Records||M1||UK||1979|
|422-842 355-2, 422 842 355-2||Marianne Faithfull||Broken English (CD, Album, RE)||Island Records, Island Records||422-842 355-2, 422 842 355-2||US||1994|
|ICM 9570||Marianne Faithfull||Broken English (Cass, Album)||Island Records||ICM 9570||UK||1979|
|M5-9570||Marianne Faithfull||Broken English (Cass, Album, Dol)||Island Records||M5-9570||Canada||1979|
|372 898-1||Marianne Faithfull||Broken English - Original Mix (LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, 180)||Island Records, Universal UMC||372 898-1||UK||2013|