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  • Performer: Van Der Graaf
  • Album: The Quiet Zone / The Pleasure Dome
  • FLAC: 1507 mb | MP3: 1290 mb
  • Released: 2015
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Prog Rock
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Van Der Graaf - The Quiet Zone / The Pleasure Dome album flac

Tracklist

The Quiet Zone
1 Lizard Play 4:30
2 The Habit Of The Broken Heart 4:40
3 The Siren Song 6:04
4 Last Frame 6:17
The Pleasure Dome
5 The Wave 3:14
6 Cat's Eye / Yellow Fever (Running) 5:20
7 The Sphinx In The Face 5:57
8 Chemical World 6:10
9 The Sphinx Returns 1:26
Bonus Tracks
10 Door 3:28
11 Ship Of Fools 2:51
12 The Wave 2:59

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Marketed By – Universal Music LLC
  • Distributed By – Universal Music LLC
  • Record Company – USM Japan

Credits

  • Arranged By – Van Der Graaf*
  • Bass – Nic Potter
  • Coordinator [Artwork Coordinator] – Maiko Mori, T&M Creative
  • Drums, Percussion – Guy Evans
  • Engineer – Dave Anderson , Ian Gomm, Pat Moran
  • Engineer [176.4Hz/24bit Transfer from DSD] – Yumetoki Suzuki
  • Engineer [DSD Flat Transfer] – Manabu Matsumura
  • Product Manager – Go Tada
  • Reissue Producer – Mark Powell, Van Der Graaf Generator
  • Research – Junichi Yamada
  • Saxophone [Sphinx-like Inserts] – David Jaxon*
  • Violin, Viola – Graham Smith
  • Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Producer, Written-By, Remastered By – Peter Hammill
  • Written-By – Graham Smith (tracks: 6)

Notes

Cardboard sleeve reissue from Van der Graaf Generator features SHM-CD format and HR cutting from a 2015 DSD master, using the UK original analogue master. Comes with an obi replicating the one with the Japanese edition LP.

© 1977 Virgin Records Ltd.
℗ & © 2005 Virgin Records Ltd.

DSD flat transfer from UK original analogue master tapes.
Edited in DSD by Manabu Matsumara at Universal Music Studios, Tokyo, in 2015.
For the SHM-CD edition: 176.4Hz/24bit transfer from DSD by Yumetoki Suzuki at Universal Music Studios, Tokyo, in 2015.
HR (High-Resolution) cutting from 176.4Hz/24bit at JVCKenwood Creative Media, in 2015.

Original released as Charisma CAS 1131 in September 1977.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4988005875907
  • Matrix / Runout: UICY-40140 H1T
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L236
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4011
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9124 014 Van Der Graaf* The Quiet Zone / The Pleasure Dome ‎(LP, Album) Charisma 9124 014 Germany 1977
9124 014 Van Der Graaf* The Quiet Zone / The Pleasure Dome ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Charisma 9124 014 Netherlands 1977
9124 014 Van Der Graaf* The Quiet Zone / The Pleasure Dome ‎(LP, Gat) Charisma 9124 014 Greece Unknown
CASCD 1131 Van Der Graaf* The Quiet Zone / The Pleasure Dome ‎(CD, Album, RE) Charisma CASCD 1131 UK 1989
TYCP-80015 Van Der Graaf* The Quiet Zone / The Pleasure Dome ‎(CD, Album, Lim) Virgin, Charisma TYCP-80015 Japan 2013


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The Quiet Zone/The Pleasure Dome is the eighth album by British progressive rock band Van der Graaf Generator. Released in 1977, it was their last studio album before their 2005 reunion. The album features a more energetic, new wave sound than its three immediate predecessors, anticipating singer and songwriter Peter Hammill's late 1970s solo work

Insert with lyrics & photos. Matrix, Runout (Side A, label): AA 9124 01. Y.

Quiet Zone/The Pleasure Dome Extra tracks · Remastered Astralwerks 2005. Quiet Zone, Pleasure Dome by VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR (2015-03-25) Imports. Quiet Zone/The Pleasure Dome Universal 2015. The Quiet Zone, The Pleasure Dome Reissued Charisma. Sort: Recent best-seller Results cached. Symbolically placed in a "second generation" phase of Van der Graaf Generator (symbolically by my standards, for I don't really care at all about these delimitations), the album supports the style. Nothing of Still Life and most certainly not of World Record, but nothing to complain at all. It isn't a compromise, it isn't a missed musical aspect.

Van Der Graaf Generator - The Quiet Zone - The Pleasure Dome, 1977 – 06. Cat s Eye/Yellow Fever (Running). Van Der Graaf The Quiet Zone/The Pleasure Dome (1977) – 02. The Habit Of The Broken Heart. Van der Graaf Generator 1977 The Quiet Zone, The Pleasure Dome – Door (Bonus Track). Van Der Graaf The Quiet Zone/The Pleasure Dome (1977) – 01. Lizard Play. Van Der Graaf Generator - The Quiet Zone - The Pleasure Dome, 1977 – 09. The Sphinx Returns.

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The Quiet Zone/The Pleasure Dome" is Van der Graaf Generator's seventh studio album and was originally released in 1977, nearly 30 years before they were to return with an eighth, 2005's "Present". Of all of the band's albums, it has a very unique soundscape: Hugh Banton (keyboards etc) and David Jackson (saxes, flutes etc) had left in 1976 due to family pressures and had been replaced by Nic Potter, who had previously played on a number of the band's albums, and Graham Smith, the ex-String Driven Thing violinist who had been helping. In addition to these sound changes forced by the alterations of the band& members there were also significant compositional changes - perhaps as a result of the punk revolution, or for some other reason, the album contained 9 short (well, short for VDGG anyway!) songs, as opposed to their previous compositional style of fewer extended pieces.