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Catherine Wheel - Chrome mp3 album

  • Performer: Catherine Wheel
  • Title: Chrome
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 1993
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Shoegaze
  • MP3 album: 1191 mb
  • FLAC album: 1383 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 402
Catherine Wheel - Chrome mp3 album

Chrome is the second studio album by English alternative rock band Catherine Wheel, released 20 July 1993 by Fontana Records in the UK and Mercury Records in the US. It was produced by former Pixies producer Gil Norton. While not all that successful commercially, Chrome has been well-received by critics. Studio album by. Catherine Wheel. In 1999, the cover of this album appeared as the cover of the retrospective book Eye of the Storm: The Album Graphics of Storm Thorgerson (Sanctuary Publishing). Promotion and release.

Chrome (Catherine Wheel album). The album cover photo was shot in an indoor swimming pool by Storm Thorgerson of the Hipgnosis design company. In 1999, the cover of this album appeared as the cover of the retrospective book Eye of the Storm: The Album Graphics of Storm Thorgerson (Sanctuary Publishing, 190 pg.

Can't you accept this flower hasn't grown? Kick away the petals and come home This is all she said But there's something in me cold within me A beast inside me, bold inside me. I find myself in chains I find myself in chains. But if I had some time I'd use it this time Fix myself I will, I hope it's this time And if I could only see the subtle things you see I'd think myself so brave in victory

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It's not like Catherine Wheel established their sound with Chrome, either. Ferment was considered their supposed magnum opus, with the extremely successful lead-single "Black Metallic". Chrome is more appropriately described as a perfection of their established sound, as the band's metallic shoegaze is refined in terms of both intensity and melodic-content. Every element that made Ferment so memorable and enjoyable is amplified in this release. There are quite a few album covers out there that flawlessly encapsulate the atmosphere and/or mood of the music contained. Chrome has one of those covers. It's design came from the collective Hipgnosis, who gained international prestige for the cover of Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd. Sit back, listen and experience this album. You might feel emotions you didn't even know you had. 180 gram audiophile vinyl.

The Catherine Wheel is David Byrne's musical score commissioned by Twyla Tharp for her dance project. The Catherine Wheel premiered September 22, 1981, at the Winter Garden Theatre in New York City. The tracks "Big Blue Plymouth", "My Big Hands", "Big Business", and "What a Day That Was", were performed live by Talking Heads in 1982 and 1983; the latter two appear in their Stop Making Sense film, and "What a Day That Was" appears on the album. All songs written by David Byrne, except as indicated.

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