Richard Hell And The Voidoids - Destiny Street album flac
|A1||The Kid With The Replaceable Head||2:24|
|A2||You Gotta Move||2:36|
|A3||Going Going Gone||2:34|
|A4||Lowest Common Dominator||2:23|
|A5||Downtown At Dawn||5:59|
|B2||I Can Only Give You Everything||3:57|
|B3||Ignore That Door||3:13|
|B4||Staring In Her Eyes||4:20|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Red Star Records
- Copyright (c) – Passport Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – Celluloid
- Bass, Vocals – Richard Hell
- Drums – Fred Maher
- Guitar – Naux, Robert Quine
- Producer – Alan Betrock
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): CEL 6619 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): CEL 6619 B
- Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL
|RED 801||Richard Hell And The Voidoids*||Destiny Street (LP, Album)||Red Star Records||RED 801||US||1982|
|LILP 4.00100 J||Richard Hell And The Voidoids*||Destiny Street (LP, Album, RE, Whi)||Line Records||LILP 4.00100 J||Germany||Unknown|
|RED 801||Richard Hell & The Voidoids||Destiny Street (LP, Album, TP)||Red Star Records||RED 801||US||1982|
|NOSE 2||Richard Hell And The Voidoids*||Destiny Street (LP, Album, RE)||I.D. Records||NOSE 2||UK||1988|
|GH-1102||Richard Hell And The Voidoids*||Destiny Street (LP, Album, RE)||Get Hip Recordings||GH-1102||US||2001|
01 - The Kid With The Replaceable H 02 - You Gotta Move 03 - Going Going Gone 04 - Lowest Common Dominator 05 - Downtown At Down 06 - Time 07 - I Can Only.
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Blank Generation is the debut studio album by American punk rock band Richard Hell and the Voidoids. It was produced by Richard Gottehrer and released in September 1977 on Sire Records. Kentucky-born Richard Meyers moved to New York City after dropping out of high school in 1966 aspiring to become a poet. He and his best friend from high school, Tom Miller, founded the rock band the Neon Boys, which became Television in 1973.
In 1982, Richard Hell & the Voidoids released their second and final album Destiny Street, the follow-up to the group’s punk epic Blank Generation. Now, 27 years after Destiny Street‘s release, Richard Hell is revisiting the album and putting it out as Destiny Street Repaired - Hell rerecorded the entire album with the help of three guitarists: Tom Waits collaborator Marc Ribot, jazz guitarist Bill Frisell and original Voidoid Ivan Julian.
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Destiny Street is the second and final studio album by American punk band Richard Hell and the Voidoids. It was released in 1982 by record label Red Star. Destiny Street Q&A. Producers Alan Betrock, Marty Thau & Nick Lowe. Writers Richard Hell. More Richard Hell and the Voidoids albums. Destiny Street Repaired.
By the time Destiny Street emerged in 1982, Hell's place in the New York junkie-punk pantheon was assured. He'd formed Television with his boarding school friend Tom Verlaine in 1973; after leaving Television in 1975, he joined Johnny Thunders, formerly of the New York Dolls, in the Heartbreakers. Blank Generation featured weird time signatures and playing that was almost jazzily complex – the Voidoids' lead guitarist Robert Quine studied compositional theory at music college – but the songs were short and sharp, and they rocked.
Destiny Street Repaired - Студийный альбом от Richard Hell & The Voidoids. В альбом вошло 12 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 41:35. Richard Hell & The Voidoids. I Can Only Give You Everything.
Destiny Street followed on the heels of Blank Generation, a song and album that had turned Hell into a household name on the Bowery music scene, and as close as New York City’s surfacing punkers got to a rallying anthem back then. Following a disastrous tour in Britain, where the band were flung into the exploding English punk scene Malcolm McLaren had spun, Hell felt ready to cement himself with a follow-up. Opener The Kid with the Replaceable Head was his stab at a radio single, a predictable wash, the song’s pop heart trumped by Hell’s off-kilter delivery and design. There are douses of Afro-dub and proto-disco seeping into the angular rock frame, and the songs are muddily atmospheric, something that was entirely absent on Blank Generation’s lean lurches.