Altered Images - Happy Birthday album download
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Altered Images were an early 1980s Scottish new wave/post-punk band. Fronted by singer Clare Grogan, the band branched into mainstream pop music, having six UK top 40 hit singles and three top 30 albums between 1981 and 1983. Their hits included "Happy Birthday", "I Could Be Happy", "See Those Eyes", and "Don't Talk to Me About Love".
Outro Happy Birthday. Società, ecc. Recorded At – Rockfield Studios. Published By – Beam Down Ltd. Published By – Warner Bros. Happy Birthday (LP, Album). Vendi questa versione.
Album · 1980 · 13 Songs. Happy Birthday Altered Images. Listen on Apple Music.
The album Happy Birthday bears little resemblance to the cute and bubbly new wave pop of the title track, for which they're best remembered.
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Happy Birthday is the debut album by the British new wave band Altered Images The album reached number 26 in the UK Album Chart and was certified Silver by the BPI for sales in excess of 60,000 copies. The album was re-issued again in December 2016 on 180-gram black vinyl LP with bonus 7" on red vinyl. It was then re-issued in April 2017 as a double LP set for Record Store Day on 180-gram black vinyl containing additional period material not included on the previous bonus 7". The . Steven Severin produced version. Alln tracks composed by Altered Images.
The debut album by Altered Images is a mixed success. The majority of the album was produced by Banshees bassist, Steven Severin, and often sounds like a collection of demos. This is especially when compared to the improved Martin Rushent production of the title track. While the title track is a bright bit of mindlessly fun New Wave pop, the majority of the album is more brooding. Some of the brighter moments are classic cuts, such as 'Real Toys' and 'Beckoning Strings'. Happy Birthday was one of three albums Altered Images would release during their short time together, and one of the three very different styles this young band displayed with each release. Though Happy Birthday may not be something to expect to be in heavy rotation in any CD collection, it is well worth having so the listener can hear the promising start of what should have been a long career.