The Boo Radleys - Learning To Walk album flac
- Album: Learning To Walk
- FLAC: 1103 mb | MP3: 1377 mb
- Country: UK
- Style: Shoegaze
- Rating: 4.9/5
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- Format: ASF AC3 WMA AIFF VOC XM VQF
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A2||How I Feel|
|A5||The Finest Kiss|
|B2||Alone Again Or
Producer – Mike Robinson
|B4||Sometime Soon She Said|
|B6||Song For Up!|
Producer – Dale Griffin
- Producer – Alan Moulder (tracks: A5 to B1, B3 to B6), Rudi* (tracks: A1 to A4), The Boo Radleys (tracks: A1 to B1, B3 to B6)
NotesUnofficial release. Copied on a normal rewritable cassette and sold in asia
|R3012||The Boo Radleys||Learning To Walk (CD, Comp)||Rough Trade||R3012||UK||1993|
|R3011||The Boo Radleys||Learning To Walk (LP, Comp)||Rough Trade||R3011||UK||1993|
|TDCN-5130||The Boo Radleys||Learning To Walk (CD, Comp)||Rough Trade||TDCN-5130||Japan||1993|
|SHINECD 11||The Boo Radleys||Learning To Walk (CD, Comp)||Summershine||SHINECD 11||Australia||1993|
|TPLP375CD||The Boo Radleys||Learning To Walk (CD, Comp, RE)||Second Wind Ltd||TPLP375CD||UK||2001|
Learning to Walk is a compilation album by UK indie band The Boo Radleys, released by Rough Trade Records in 1992.
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Learning To Walk is a compilation album by UK indie band The Boo Radleys, released by Rough Trade Records in 1992. It is a collection of the band's first three EPs, Kaleidoscope (1990), Every Heaven (1991) and Boo! Up (1991), as well as two previously unreleased covers, "Alone Again Or" and "Boo! Faith". The band's 1992 EP Adrenalin is not represented, as it was released on a separate record label.
Though it's just a collection of their first three EPs dating back to '90/'91 (plus two unreleased covers), Learning to Walk is actually the best LP released by this great Liverpool band, even better than Giant Steps. The four tracks off '90s Kaleidoscope are a good whiplash start, a sharp upgrade from their sloppy, raspy, first LP Ichabod and I, but this LP really gets going with the four cuts off '91's Every Heaven, an even bigger jump in quality.
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Anyway, the Rads didn't really come into their own until their blissful third album, Giant Steps arrived in 1993.
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This album At A Glance. Learning To Walk by The Boo Radleys (1993) Compilation Overall rank: 56,866th. Accolades: Top albums of 1993 (955th). Top albums of the 1990s (10,128th). Best albums of all time (56,866th). Learning To Walk track list.