The Afghan Whigs - Gentlemen FLAC album
Style: Alternative Rock
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Gentlemen is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock band The Afghan Whigs. It was released in October 1993 on Elektra Records/Sub Pop in America and Blast First in England, and was produced by Greg Dulli. Gentlemen was remastered and reissued on October 28, 2014, in celebration of the album's 21st anniversary
Produced by Greg Dulli. Now. Your attention, please Now turn off the light Your infection, please I haven't got all night. Understand, do you understand? Understand, I'm a gentleman, I'm a gentleman. I stayed in too long But she was the perfect fit And we dragged it out so long this time Started to make each other sick. But now I've got time for you For you, you, you, you and me too Well, come and get it, come and get it 'Cause I'm done. I wrote Gentlemen in Tampa, Florida, after a soundcheck, and the band went to eat and I stayed at the club and played guitar by myself, which I did often. That’s where I got the riff. Later on, I was walking through the town, Ybor City, I had the riff in my mind and I started to formulate the lyrics as I was walking around. That song was written pretty quickly. Gentlemen" Track Info.
Gentlemen was The Afghan Whigs' first major label release. Frontman Greg Dulli wrote it while touring after soundchecks and ‘after hours’ as a way to comfort himself during his depression. Spin Magazine described the album as a harrowing song cycle about the end of a toxic relationship. It reached on Billboard’s Heatseekers Chart in April 1994 and spawned their biggest radio hit Debonair. What have the artists said about this album? In 2014, frontman Greg Dulli talked to Spin Magazine about the genesis of Gentlemen: I was kind of depressed.
GENTLEMEN - The Album -. By. AFGHAN WHIGS (Elektra/Sub Pop Compiled by Manuel Zanzi (ubvchilea. uk) for be sweet guitar transcriptions Michael J. Mann for My Curse transcription Brian Ebbitt ([email protected] com) for Now you know intro The rest Transcribed by Manuel Zanzi(ubvchilea.
Afghan Whigs’ fourth album and major-label debut, 1993’s Gentlemen, is a harrowing song cycle chronicling the death throes of a relationship. Removed from the alt-rock boom of the early '90s, Gentlemen at 21 offers some fresh insights into the collection, but fortunately doesn’t remaster or repackage the mystery out of it. Greg Dulli sings about some fucked-up shit on the Afghan Whigs’ fourth album and major-label debut, 1993’s Gentlemen, a harrowing song cycle chronicling the death throes of a relationship
In 2008, writer Bob Gendron published a critical and scholarly exploration of The Afghan Whigs’ Gentlemen as part of the 33⅓ music book series exploring influential albums from pop history Artwork. The album cover was inspired by Nan and Brian in Bed, New York City by Nan Goldin