Blue Orchids - The Greatest Hit (Money Mountain) flac album
Title: The Greatest Hit (Money Mountain)
Style: New Wave
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Producer, Engineer – Tony Roberts (2) (tracks: 5 to 14). Notes. Tracks 5 to 14 originally released on the Rough Trade album Blue Orchids - The Greatest Hit (Money Mountain). Tracks 1 to 4 released as singles on Rough Trade in 1980 and 1981 Blue Orchids - The Flood, Disney Boys and Blue Orchids - Work. Tracks 15 to 18 released as an EP on Rough Trade in August 1982 Blue Orchids - Agents Of Change. Track 19 released as a single by Nico (3) in early 1982 on 1/2 Records Nico (3) - Procession.
Money Mountain, a loose anthology, gathers together the band’s first EP’s and singles into one comely full-length. Given its disparate origins, it’s a small wonder how cohesively tight Money Mountain is. Their next collection, The Sleeper wouldn’t see the light of day until 2003, by which point Blue Orchids were mostly the fare of record junkies with an obscurist fetish, and old, balding fans who still remembered those Hacienda and the Cha-Cha shows
The The Greatest Hit is the debut studio album by English post-punk band Blue Orchids, released in 1982 by Rough Trade Records. Producer: Blue Orchids, Tony Roberts. This Album: The Greatest Hit (Money Mountain) (1982). Next Album: From Severe to Serene (2002). The Greatest Hit (Money Mountain) is the debut studio album by English post-punk band Blue Orchids, released in 1982 by Rough Trade Records Reception. Chicago Reader called the album "one of British postpunk's greatest moments". All tracks composed by Martin Bramah, Rick Goldstraw and Una Baines.
The next Blue Orchids single is widely regarded as their best, coupling strident song Work with a more haunting flipside, The House That Faded Out. Work is best described as cracked soul music, with Bramah more concerned over the plight of his soul than with finding a jo. An album now beckoned. Joined by new drummer Toby (previously with Ludus), the band entered Manchester 8-track studio Relentless in the spring of 1981, and in just two weeks completed The Greatest Hit. Self-produced, and with no previous singles included, the album was released by Rough Trade in May, stand-out tracks including Sun Connection, A Year With No Head, No Looking Back, Low Profile and Bad Education. The greatest hit (money mountain).
I dreamed of two blue orchids, two beautiful blue orchids One night while in my lonely room I dreamed of two blue orchids so full of love an. iew full lyrics. What is scrobbling? Scrobbling is when Last. fm tracks the music you listen to and automatically adds it to your music profile. Recent Listening Trend.
Get the Blue Orchids Setlist of the concert at Eden, London, England on November 26, 1981 and other Blue Orchids Setlists for free on setlist. The Greatest Hit (Money Mountain) 4. A View From the City 3. 1981 stats. Complete Album stats.
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|A3||Tighten My Belt|
|A4||A Year With No Head|
|B3||No Looking Back|
|B5||Mad As The Mist And Snow|
- Backing Vocals – The Super Reals
- Drums – Toby*
- Guitar, Bass – Rick Goldstraw
- Guitar, Vocals – Martin Bramah
- Keyboards – Una Baines
- Producer – Blue Orchids
- Producer, Engineer – Tony Roberts
NotesIdentical Greek edition, with almost no distinguishing sign of references, except for printed elements of Greek label (mentioning only distribution) on the back sleeve.
Also, mentioning (P) 1981, even though Rough Trade originally issued the lp in 1982.
Some copies even come with original, glossy 4-paged insert with lyrics, photos and credits.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 36 AF
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 36 BF
|ROUGH 36||Blue Orchids||The Greatest Hit (Money Mountain) (LP, Album)||Rough Trade||ROUGH 36||UK||1982|
|ROUGH 36||Blue Orchids||The Greatest Hit (Money Mountain) (LP, Album, W/Lbl)||Rough Trade||ROUGH 36||UK||1982|
|ROUGH 36||Blue Orchids||The Greatest Hit (Cass, Album, Promo)||Rough Trade||ROUGH 36||UK||1982|
|LTMCD 2367||Blue Orchids||The Greatest Hit (Money Mountain) (CD, Album, RE)||LTM||LTMCD 2367||UK||2003|