The Elevators - Frontline album download
|A3||Stop The World||3:03|
|A6||Don't Let Me Die||3:29|
|B5||On The Wire||3:57|
- Record Company – Ariola Benelux B.V.
- Art Direction – Ria Lewerke-Shapiro
- Bass – Jerry Ellis
- Design – Grafis
- Design, Illustration – Lanning Stern
- Drums, Vocals – William Benjamin
- Engineer – Earle Mankey, Tori Swenson
- Guitar, Vocals – John Clark
- Photography By – Gary Regester
- Producer – Earle Mankey
- Vocals, Guitar – Zonder Kennedy*
- Vocals, Keyboards – Tom Myers
- Written-By – J. Clark* (tracks: A6, B2), T. Myers* (tracks: A1, A5, B3, B5), A. Kennedy* (tracks: A2 to A4, B1, B4)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: Stemra
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): 202122 A-1/80 S
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): 202122 B-1 /80 S
- Matrix / Runout (Both sides, stamped): Made in Germany
|AB 4270||The Elevators||Frontline (LP, Album)||Arista||AB 4270||US||1980|
|S 202 122||The Elevators||Frontline (LP, Album)||Arista||S 202 122||Turkey||1980|
|202 122||The Elevators||Frontline (LP, Album)||Arista||202 122||Germany||1980|
|AB 4270||The Elevators||Frontline (Acetate, LP, Album)||Arista||AB 4270||US||1980|
|AB 4270||The Elevators||Frontline (LP, Album)||Arista||AB 4270||Canada||1980|
The Elevators (2) – Frontline. Label: Arista – AB 4270. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Direction: Irwin-Dresner Management The Elevators . Box 331, Northhampton, MA 01060. Matrix, Runout (Etching A Side): AB 4270 SA.
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The best album by The Elevators is Frontline which is ranked number 78,352 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 2. The Elevators is ranked number 29,791 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 2. Product Details. 13TH FLOOR ELEVATORS - THE PSYCHEDELIC SOUNDS OF - CD ALBUM our ref 1458 Condition: Very Good. Time left: 4h 44m 47s. Ships to: Worldwide.
More Massachusetts tuneage for you, only these lads weren't from Boston, rather a little further west in Northampton. What few references that exist online regarding The Elevators invariably attach the new wave tag to this quintet, but power pop is more applicable. Adopting the more gimmicky attributes of The Cars and Cheap Trick, it's pretty clear a few songs into Frontline that the Elevators are not cut from austere cloth. There's something cheeky afoot on this record, but a more ironic angle would have made this one stick out a little more.
Live is a 1968 studio album by the American psychedelic rock band the 13th Floor Elevators. In an interview the band cited that the album was essentially made up of studio outtakes that were overdubbed with phony cheering and applause. The album is held in low regard and was put together by the International Artists label to make extra money with little to no input from the band.
Irwin noticed in Billboard that there was already a band named Cash, so the band hastily agreed to rename themselves The Elevators. Their sound was often compared to The Cars, as both bands had songs with lots of hooks, prominent keyboards, and other New Wave/Power Pop elements. Gigs in NY and elsewhere followed, but just as the band was getting a degree of national attention, Zonder was seriously injured in a car accident In late 1979, they recorded their.
T2 : On the Frontline,album, chronique, tracklist, mp3, paroles. 5. Watching the World Go by. 6. Whatever Happened to the Song. 7. Caught in the Crossfire. 9. Closer to the Edge.