I love that song and thought Almond really sung it well and realised that other than the obvious tracks I know little else about Soft Cell and their discography. The feeling of frustration and being all up in the air is captured perfectly on this excellent opener. A cover of the Northern Soul track performed by Gloria Jones is the most established and well-known version of the song which is testament to Soft Cell to have taken a track and made it synonymous with them alone.
Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. The trio of Chris Keating, Ira Wolf Tuton, and Anand Wilder had given the world four records over the course of a dynamic decade, and covered an immense range of sonic and thematic territory.
Jump to navigation. The Brooklyn group last released an album inbut entered the studio last year to focus on fresh ideas. Incoming album 'Erotic Reruns' is the result, and it will be the first release on the band's own label. Tracklisting: 1.
Erotic Reruns is the fifth studio album by American experimental rock band Yeasayer. It was released on June 7, through the band's own label, Yeasayer Records. It centres on the themes such as politics, the aftermath of the election of President Trumpthe erosion of civil liberties along with the rise of the "surveillance state", love and personal recollection.
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On Erotic Rerunsthe band dives headfirst into flowery pop-rock, accomplishing yet another stylistic about-face and pruning away their most esoteric tendencies. Throughout their fifth studio album, Yeasayer aims to transmit an enthralling vision of infatuation, but their message rings hollow. Even when Yeasayer is primed toward eliciting the longing and lust of infatuation, their sound is fettered by exaggeration.
The album's critical and commercial success was bolstered by the worldwide success of its single " Tainted Love ", a cover version of a soul song by Gloria Joneswhich topped charts worldwide and became the best-selling British single of in the United States—as a result of the single's success the album had reported advance orders of more thancopies. The album was created on a very low budget; it was supposedly recorded almost entirely with a ReVox tape recorder, a borrowed Roland drum machine belonging to Kit Haina small, preset Roland bass synthesizer, and an NED Synclavierbelonging to producer Mike Thorne. Reviews for the album were mixed.