The Heights - Bad News E.P. album download
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- Copyright (c) – The Heights Recordings Limited
- Licensed To – Best Before Records
- Executive Producer – Anthony Shaw
NotesRecorded and Mixed by Harvey Birrel
Except 'Long Way Home' recorded and mixed by Chris Kimsey
2006 The Heights Recordings Limited under exclusive licence to Best Before Records,
A division of Channelfly Recordings Limited
Produced in a clear plastic jewel case with a black tray and supplied with a cardboard slip case with sticker
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 827565017126
Bad News is the self-titled debut album from British heavy metal group Bad News released in October 1987 by EMI. The album features a cover of the famous Queen song "Bohemian Rhapsody" and was produced by Queen's guitarist Brian May. "Bohemian Rhapsody" was released as a single along with music video created for it, written and directed by Adrian Edmondson, who portrays Vim Fuego in the group. The video was released as a video single by Picture Music International.
Hawthorne Heights is gearing up to released their new album 'Bad Frequencies' this Friday, April 27th via Pure Noise Records. Following the release, they supported that album, did the aforementioned anniversary tours for their first two albums, and even completed their EP trilogy. Now, five years removed from that last full-length, the band is ready to return with Bad Frequencies (due out April 27th on Pure Noise Records). In Gloom opens the album with a slow first minute, as guitarist/vocalist JT Woodruff sings in solitary with just his guitar, reminiscing on the last few years of his life
Album (Studio full-length). Bad News Discography.
The "Bad News Tour" episode is notable for featuring songs (written by Edmondson and Simon Brint) that do not appear on either of the Bad News albums or in the later TV episode. These rare tunes are "Bad News" (Version 1), "The Motorbike Song" (aka "Doing A Ton Down The Highway"), a brief snippet of a song whose title is unknown, and an almost complete live version of "Mr Rock N Roll". 2004 – Bad News (re-release on EMI International). In the "AGM" sketch, the band discusses their album - the provisionally entitled "Satan Ate My Knob"'. During "Cashing in on Christmas", Colin states that as a band they have released 17 records so far. Videography. 1988: Bohemian Rhapsody (contains the music video for the title track and a skit entitled "EMI: Every Mistake Imaginable").
The album’s producer was Ernie C, guitarist for rap-metal band Body Count. His tin-pot production made Sabbath sound like a pub band. And when Body Count’s leader Ice-T rapped on The Illusion Of Power, the whiff of desperation hung heavy in the air. A low-point for this great band. Michael Bolton – Soul Provider (1989). The Crüe’s last album of the 1990s was almost comically bad. During the making of it John Corabi was dumped and Vince Neil persuaded to rejoin the band, but was result the classic Crüe comeback fans hoped for? No it wasn’t. In fact it couldn’t have been further from that. Instead, Generation Swine was a piss-poor alternative rock record that died on its arse. From the Marilyn Manson pastiche of Find Myself to the fake-punk title track, the Crüe sounded hopelessly out of touch.
In the Heights centers on a variety of characters living in the neighborhood of Washington Heights, on the northern tip of Manhattan.