The Quireboys - Live Album (Recorded Around The World) mp3 album
The album was recorded at various times between 1987 and 1996. The album is limited to a release of 250,000 copies worldwide. I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" – 12:58 (Jim Steinman). You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)" – 8:53 (Steinman).
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A live album was released following this long touring, entitled Recorded Around the World. They began working on the follow-up, Bitter Sweet & Twisted, which was released in 1993; but the birth of grunge changed the music scene and they were left behind. Axl Rose asked them to join the "Use Your Illusion Tour" with Guns N' Roses, and they followed the band for a while during their 1993 summer European tour. The band reformed for a number of concerts in the mid-1990s and found themselves with a loyal following.
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Live Album (Recorded Around The World) (LP, Album). Live (CD, Album, RE). EMI Gold, EMI Gold. 0946 3 59156 2 4, 359 1562.
Following their second studio album, 1993’s Bitter Sweet & Twisted, the band found the new mainstream rock landscape a difficult one – and it wasn’t until 2001 and the release of This is Rock’n’Roll that they found a new lease of life. The public’s appetite for The Quireboys had returned and hasn’t waned since – 3 further studio releases (Well Oiled, Homewreckers & Heartbreakers, Halfpenny Dancer) were released on various labels from 2004 to 2009 before the band found their new – and permanent – home on Off Yer Rocka – the label of the renowned festival brand Hard Rock Hell. The Quireboys are certainly enjoying a revival – selling out venues around the world – with 2018 also taking in The Monsters of Rock Cruise, HRH AOR VI, Sweden Rock and Stonedeaf festivals.
imprint Survival Records. By 1990, Ginger had been fired (he would go on to form the critically acclaimed the Wildhearts), and after bringing in new drummer Ian Wallace to the fold, the Quireboys signed to EMI proper and recorded a stunning debut entitled A Bit of What You Fancy. In 1993, the Quireboys finally released Bitter Sweet & Twisted - their sophomore effort. Produced by producer du jour Bob Rock, the album featured 14 tracks that, for the most, part lacked the songwriting craft of the band's debut. Originally intended as a double album, many leftovers exist and remain in the vaults from these Bob Rock sessions. Having had the wind sucked out of them, the band disbanded after a bout of European touring. The album peaked just outside the Top 100 on the Billboard album chart. They followed with Well Oiled (2004), Homewreckers & Heartbreakers (2008), and Halfpenny Dancer (2009).
|A4||Sweet Mary Ann|
|B2||I Don't Love You Anymore|
|B3||Hold On I'm Coming|
|B4||There She Goes Again|
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|CDP 79 5413 2, CDPRG 1002||The Quireboys||Live CD (Recorded Around The World) (CD, Album)||Parlophone, Parlophone||CDP 79 5413 2, CDPRG 1002||UK & Europe||1990|
|TCPRG 1002, 79 5413 4||The Quireboys||Live Cassette (Recorded Around The World) (Cass)||Parlophone, Parlophone||TCPRG 1002, 79 5413 4||UK||1990|