Dance Exponents - Sex And Agriculture album flac
|A||Sex And Agriculture||3:41|
|B||Sex And Agriculture (Instrumental)||3:54|
- Made By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
- Bass – Dave Gent
- Drums – Michael Harralambi
- Engineer – Jim Barton*
- Guitar – Brian Jones , Chris Sheehan
- Producer – Julian Mendelsohn
- Vocals – Jordan Luck
NotesMade in Australia by Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
|X 14083||Dance Exponents||Sex And Agriculture (12", Single)||Mushroom||X 14083||New Zealand||1984|
|K 9478||Dance Exponents||Sex And Agriculture (7", Single, Ltd)||Mushroom N.Z.||K 9478||New Zealand||1984|
|X-13162||Dance Exponents||Sex And Agriculture (12", Single, Ltd)||Mushroom||X-13162||Australia||1984|
Dance Exponents - Sex & Agriculture.
Expectations (Dance Exponents album). Expectations is an album by the New Zealand band the Dance Exponents, released in 1985. The album peaked at and spent eight weeks on the New Zealand Album chart. The album was released on CD in 1999 with three extra tracks but has since been deleted.
Expectations is an album by New Zealand band the Dance Exponents, released in 1985. The album peaked at and spent 8 weeks on the New Zealand Album chart. The album was released on CD in 1999 and featured 3 extra tracks but has since been deleted.
Sex & Agriculture. A few months after the release of the cheery I'll Say Goodbye, the band goes to the dark side with this Melbourne-recorded slab of South Canterbury gothic-funk, which is also released as an extended 12-inch dance mix. Teen fanclub confusion reigns. He plastered these on every lamp-post in the bay. The Dance Exponents in the mid 80s (with guitarist Chris Sheehan, centre). album was so much better. Chris was basically living in the studio and in a lot of ways the album was his baby. He nailed probably his best lead break in the middle of the song and Jordan added a great early-morning vocal take. Jones: Chris Sheehan, guitar hero!
Sex & Agriculture: The Very Best Of The Exponents. Overview (current section).
Chris Sheehan joined the Dance Exponents on guitar in late 1983, just before the release of Prayers Be Answered. Sheehan brought a new edge to the group, best heard on his first recording with them; the Julian Mendlesohn produced single "Sex & Agriculture". In late 1984 Harry left the group and moved to Auckland where he drummed for Grey Parade. Amplifier featured the single "Caroline Skies" and re-recordings of "Sex and Agriculture" and "Only I Could Die (And Love You Still)", the latter becoming the second single from the album. Without the band's approval, Zulu released a recording of "Brand New Doll" as single. It was not featured on the original Amplifier album but was included on the CD when it was released in 1999 along with a re-recording of "Victoria" made during the original album sessions.
Sex & Agriculture: The Very Best of The Exponents is a greatest hits collection by the New Zealand band The Exponents, released in 2005 and now deleted. This two CD set has their hit singles on CD1 and a collection of B-sides and rarities on CD2. The album reached and spent 15 weeks on the New Zealand Album chart. It included two new recordings, "Geraldine" and "Or A Girl I Knew", which were produced by Neil Finn at Roundhead Studios in Auckland.
3. Sex & Agriculture. Sex & Agriculture" (Jones/Luck). Christchurch (In Cashel St. I Wait)" (extended 12" mix) (Gent/Jones/Luck). Sex & Agriculture (extended 12" mix)" (Jones/Luck). There's Only One Love For This Love" (demo) (Luck). My Love For You" (Jones/Luck). Sex & Agriculture" (instrumental) (Jones/Luck). It was not featured on the original Amplifier album but was included on the CD when it was released in 1999 along with a re-recording of " Victoria " made during the original album sessions.