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Band Name Grant-Lee Phillips. Members owning this album0. 1. Wave of Mutilation (The Pixies). Other productions from Grant-Lee Phillips.
By: Grant Lee Phillips (2006, Rock). Wave Of Mutilation 10. Boys Don’t Cry. 11. Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me. More albums from Grant Lee Phillips: Virginia Creeper by Grant Lee Phillips. Strangelet by Grant Lee Phillips. Ladies’ Love Oracle by Grant Lee Phillips. Little Moon by Grant Lee Phillips. Mobilize by Grant Lee Phillips. Widdershins by Grant Lee Phillips. Walking In The Green Corn by Grant Lee Phillips. View all albums . About.
Grant-Lee Phillips – Nineteeneighties. Label: Zoë Records – Zoë 01143-1066-2. Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Artwork By – Grant-Lee Phillips. Violin – Eric Gorfain (tracks: 6). Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Piano, Organ, Harmonium, Piano, Mellotron, Electric Piano, Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin, Harmonica, Percussion, Programmed By, Loops – Grant-Lee Phillips. All songs produced, recorded and mixed at Magnetic Field Recordings with the exception of Love My Way, recorded and mixed at Your Place Or Mine Studios, Glendale, CA.
nineteeneighties at first glance would seem an odd choice of work to indulge in for this long time independent artist. But having grown up in the eighties, for his fourth solo album Phillips decided to reach back to a time when he remembered for every hokey hair band there was at least one alternative. A time when alternative wasn’t something you were influenced by or called yourself for cool points, but simply were. They indeed sound like they belong on the same album, side by side. Grant Lee Phillips doesn’t simply cover these songs, he performs them like he wrote them. Changing the tempo, tweaking the melody, swapping the instruments, reimagining the idea of the songs, yet keeping them intact and giving them new heart. No small feat for any songwriter. If you are familiar with Phillips past work you will be familiar with this album.
Not surprisingly, this is the niche Grant-Lee Phillips focuses on for his covers album "Nineteeneighties," not the giddy '80s of excess but the '80s of underground innovation and word-of-mouth appeal.
The theme of this album is summed up simply enough in its title, on which Phillips covers 11 songs that should be immediately familiar to anyone who had their ear tuned to college radio or MTV's The Cutting Edge during the early to mid-'80s. The list of artists covered is certainly stellar enough - the Smiths, the Cure, Pixies, . Joy Division, Nick Cave, Robyn Hitchcock, the Psychedelic Furs, and more.
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Grant Lee Phillips: Nineteeneighties. June 25 2006, 1:00am, The Sunday Times. A gentle stroll through the Pixies' Wave of Mutilation sets the tone for this album of cover versions, the former Grant Lee Buffalo singer's nod towards the 1980s bands who influenced him, and who defined alt-rock before the term came into use. Slow, soft, subtle, Phillips's interpretations cut so neatly to the heart of these songs that you sometimes find yourself thinking: "I bet the original band's demo sounded just like that.
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|1||Wave Of Mutilation
Written-By – Black Francis
|2||Age Of Consent
Written-By – Bernard Sumner, Gillian Lesley Gilbert*, Peter Hook, Stephen Paul David Morris*
Written-By – Bernard Sumner, Ian Curtis, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris
|4||I Often Dream Of Trains
Written-By – Robyn Hitchcock
|5||The Killing Moon
Written-By – Ian Stephen Mc Culloch*, Leslie Thomas Pattinson*, Louis Vincent De Freitas*
|6||Love My Way
Recorded By, Mixed By – Mark Linnet*Written-By – John Gez Ashton*, Richard Lofthouse Butler*, Timothy George Butler*, Vincent Ely*
|7||Under The Milky Way
Written-By – Karin Jansson, Steve Kilbey
|8||City Of Refuge
Written-By – Nick Cave
|9||So. Central Rain (I'm Sorry)
Written-By – William Thomas Berry*, John Michael Stipe*, Michael E. Mills*, Peter Lawrence Buck*
|10||Boys Don't Cry
Written-By – Laurence Tolhurst, Michael Dempsey, Robert Smith
|11||Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me
Written-By – Johnny Marr, Morrissey
- Bass [Upright] – David J. Carpenter (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8)
- Drums – Kevin Jarvis (tracks: 2, 5, 6, 8)
- Mastered By – Dave Schultz
- Photography By – Denise Siegel
- Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Artwork By – Grant-Lee Phillips*
- Violin – Eric Gorfain (tracks: 6)
- Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Piano, Organ, Harmonium, Piano [Toy], Mellotron, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Guitar [Baritone], Ukulele [Baritone], Mandolin, Harmonica, Percussion [Hand], Programmed By, Loops – Grant-Lee Phillips*
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|Zoë 01143-1066-2||Grant-Lee Phillips*||Nineteeneighties (CD, Album)||Zoë Records||Zoë 01143-1066-2||US||2006|
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