The Cult - Walk My Way (Part II) FLAC album
Title: Walk My Way (Part II)
FLAC version ZIP size: 1679 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1409 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1831 mb
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Manufactured in extremely low quantites, perhaps only a few dozen. The cover is a black and white computer print-out, which wraps up a third of the way up the back. The label has THE CULT and the song title in English, and Cyrillic text stating something to the effect of "fanclub issue". Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
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Dreamtime is the debut album by The Cult. Released on 10 September 1984, it reached in the UK and was later certified silver by the BPI after having sold 60,000 copies. The first single, "Spiritwalker", reached on the UK Indie Chart. Dreamtime has subsequently been reissued (or in some cases bootlegged) in roughly 30 countries worldwide. Lyrics to the song "Horse Nation" are taken almost verbatim from the book Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.
Love is the second album by British rock band The Cult, released in 1985 on Beggars Banquet Records. The album was the band's commercial breakthrough, reaching number four in the UK and staying on the chart for 22 weeks. It produced three Top 40 singles in the UK, "She Sells Sanctuary", "Rain" and "Revolution". It has been released in nearly 30 countries and sold an estimated . million copies. Love was recorded at Jacob's Studios in Farnham, Surrey, in July and August 1985.
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On The Voice, Brynn Cartelli debuted her original single Walk My Way for her second of three performances on the finale. The song was written by Julia Michaels (who was a mentor and performed with her), Justin Tranter and Nick Monson. Walk My Way" Track Info. Written By Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter & Nick Monson. Release Date May 21, 2018.
Then came Death Cult, formed in 1983 by Astbury and former Theatre Of Hate members guitarist Billy Duffy and drummer Nigel Preston, soon to be joined on bass by Jamie Stewart – I was a guitarist who converted to bass just so’s I could join Death Cult. But it was the newcomers, the Cult-curious, who made the album and the three singles released from it – She Sells Sanctuary, Rain, and Revolution – significant chart hits. Overseen by London-based producer Steve Brown, fresh from fashioning hits for ABC and Wham!, but who’d cut his teeth as an engineer in the 70s with Thin Lizzy, Dire Straits and the Boomtown Rats, Love was the place where The Cult met their future full-on. He’d also produced Walk This Way, the first major rock-rap crossover hit, for Run DMC and Aerosmith. He was also a devoted AC/DC fan.
Overall, the album benefits from a wonderful sense of space, thanks in large part to guitarist Billy Duffy (who is much more subdued here than on future releases), whose restraint is especially notable on "Revolution" and the remarkably uncluttered title track. Duffy also provides compelling melodies ("Hollow Man," "Revolution"), driving riffs ("Nirvana," "The Phoenix"), and even a U2-like intro to "Big Neon Glitter
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Notes5.5" X 5.5" (14 cm X 14cm) square flexi, manufactured either in Kaliningrad or St. Petersburg Russia, but available primarily through Polish record sellers.
Manufactured in extremely low quantites, perhaps only a few dozen.
The cover is a black and white computer print-out, which wraps up a third of the way up the back. The label has THE CULT and the song title in English, and Cyrillic text stating something to the effect of "fanclub issue".
The record label is listed in Cyrillic as буд кон, which translates to BUDKON.
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