Billy Idol - Aftershock mp3 album
The discography of Billy Idol, his solo recordings post-Generation X, consists of eight studio albums, one live album, five compilation albums, one extended play, and 37 singles. Greatest Hits and Devil's Playground failed to chart in The Official UK Top 75 Albums Chart (published by Music Week), but did chart on the complete Top 200 UK Chart published by Charts+Plus (published mainly for music business statistics).
Billy Idol is the eponymous debut studio album by English rock vocalist Billy Idol, released on 16 July 1982 by Chrysalis Records. After the breakup of the band Generation X and the release of his first solo extended play, Don't Stop (1981), Idol began working on his debut album. Produced by Keith Forsey, Billy Idol is a rock album with strong influences of new wave music.
1. Dancing with Myself (Billy Idol, Tony James) – 4:51 2. Hot in the City (Idol) – 3:33 3. White Wedding (Idol) – 4:13 4. Rebel Yell (Idol, Steve Stevens) – 4:47 5. Eyes Without a Face (Idol, Stevens) – 4:58 6. Flesh for Fantasy (Idol, Stevens) – 4:38 7. Catch My Fall (Idol) – 3:42 8. To Be a Lover (William Bell
Includes the classic Cyberpunk album song "Shock to the System" as well as the solid unreleased track "Aftershock" and two strong mixes of the song "Heroin"- better than the Cyberpunk album version of the song in my opinion.
Billy Idol discography comprises 50 official albums. The latest album Kings & Queens Of The Underground was released in 2014. You also could be interested. Wasteland (Album Version) 4:33. Billy Idol: Shock To The System.
Although the first single from Billy Idol would do more damage on the Hot 100, it was the album’s next single that would have even greater impact. Led by a surf-rock riff from Stevens, White Wedding (Part 1) introduced Billy to the mainstream via a gothy, mildly controversial video clip that went into constant rotation on brand-new MTV. The tune was pop-rock with a punk attitude; dark-sounding music that remained catchy. It remains, arguably, Idol’s signature song. And it was inspired by a rather pleasant memory. The song itself is about not falling into convention in society
Concert Photos: SLASH WITH MYLES KENNEDY AND THE CONSPIRATORS at Aftershock Festival 2018. Concert Photos: JONATHAN DAVIS at Aftershock Festival 2018. Concert Photos: GODSMACK at Aftershock Festival 2018. Concert Photos: SEVENDUST at Aftershock Festival 2018.
|052 1226376||Billy Idol||Aftershock (12", Maxi)||Chrysalis||052 1226376||Spain||1993|
|052 1226376||Billy Idol||Aftershock (12", Promo)||Chrysalis||052 1226376||Spain||1993|