The Afghan Whigs - Gentlemen mp3 album
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
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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.
While Gentlemen is no monolith, it is very much of a piece at the start. The album truly comes into its own with "When We Two Parted," though, as sad countryish guitars chime over a slow crawling rhythm and Dulli's detailing of an exploding relationship. From there on in, things surge from strength to greater strength, sometimes due to the subtlest of touches - the string arrangement on "Fountain and Fairfax" or the unexpected, resigned lead vocal from Scrawl's Marcy Mays on "My Curse," for instance.
Recently they reformed, delivering a comeback album, last year's Do To The Beast, which in no way dishonoured that which had come before. In the interim, Dulli formed a new outfit, The Twilight Singers, though their subject matter, and their soulful, dark music, was strongly familiar
Gentlemen proved to be The Afghan Whigs' most commercially successful release. The singles "Debonair" (a Modern Rock Top 20 hit) and "Gentlemen" received regular airplay on MTV and college radio; another album track, "Fountain and Fairfax," also appeared on the television series My So-Called Life in 1994. The lead vocals on "My Curse" were sung not by Dulli but female singer Marcy Mays of Scrawl – allegedly because the lyrics documenting the violent. Legal dispute with Elektra and signing to Sony/Columbia for 1965 (1998). In the wake of Black Love's commercial disappointment, The Afghan Whigs said they suffered neglect and dishonest business dealings with their label, Elektra, and eventually the two parted ways, with the Whigs signing to Columbia Records for their next album, 1965.
The Afghan Whigs Gentlemen. by Iai EMERITUS January 14th, 2005 83 replies. Release Date: 1993 Tracklist. Afghan Whigs - Gentlemen. Greg Dulli - Vocals, Guitar Rick McCollum - Guitar John Curley - Bass Stevie Earle - Drums. If I told you this album was a forgotten and under-rated masterpeice, would you take any notice". It truly baffles me that Afghan Whigs never achieved mainstream success, because I've yet to play this album to anyone who doesn't like it. From what I gather though, this album, and the single Debonair, was as close as they came. To describe the music of Afghan Whigs is no easy task. They're one of those bands that somehow sound like countless things you've heard before, and yet sound utterly unique and fresh. They owe just as much debt to Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye as they do to Pearl Jam and The Pixies.
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|1||If I Were Going||3:05|
|5||When We Two Parted||5:47|
|6||Fountain And Fairfax||4:21|
|7||What Jail Is Like||3:30|
Vocals – Marcy Mays
|9||Now You Know
Backing Vocals – Jody Stephens
|10||I Keep Coming Back
Written-By – Austell*, Graham*
|11||Brother Woodrow / Closing Prayer||5:40|
- Made By – ims Manufacturing
- Made By – www.imsgroup.it
- Cello – Barb Hunter*
- Engineer – John Hampton
- Engineer [Assistant] – Jeffrey Reed*
- Engineer, Mixed By – Jeff Powell
- Featuring [Player] – Rick McCollum, Steve Earle
- Featuring [Player], Engineer – John Curley
- Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
- Piano, Mellotron – Harold Chichester
- Vocals [Sang], Mixed By, Producer, Featuring [Player] – Greg Dulli
- Written-By – Dulli* (tracks: 1 to 9), McCollum* (tracks: 3, 5)
NotesMade in E.U.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 016027 609909
- Matrix / Runout: ims www.imsgroup.it 2760990
|9 61501-2, 61501-2||The Afghan Whigs||Gentlemen (CD, Album)||Elektra, Elektra, Sub Pop||9 61501-2, 61501-2||US||1993|
|8122795663||The Afghan Whigs||Gentlemen (CD, Album, RE, RM + CD, Album, Comp)||Elektra||8122795663||Europe||2014|
|BFFP 90C||The Afghan Whigs||Gentlemen (Cass, Album)||Blast First||BFFP 90C||UK||1993|
|9 61501-2, 61501-2||The Afghan Whigs||Gentlemen (CD, Album)||Elektra, Sub Pop||9 61501-2, 61501-2||US||1993|
|7559-61501-2||The Afghan Whigs||Gentlemen (CD, Album, RP)||Elektra, Sub Pop||7559-61501-2||Europe||Unknown|