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Suburban Lawns - Suburban Lawns Album


Performer: Suburban Lawns
Genre: Rock
Title: Suburban Lawns
Country: UK
Released: 11 May 2018
Style: New Wave
Label: Futurismo
Catalog Number: FUTNO12
FLAC version ZIP size: 1517 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2099 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1895 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 166

Tracklist

1Janitor2:30
2Gossip2:29
3Cowboy4:31
4Anything1:38
5Jam The Controls1:06
6Computer Date1:06
7Mom And Dad And God1:56
8When In The World2:48
9Unable1:31
10Intellectual Rock2:05
11Protection1:54
12Flavor Crystals3:48
13Enjoy3:09
14Not Allowed2:16
15Flying Saucer Safari2:12
16Pioneers2:05
17Hug You4:49
18Green Eyes2:53
19Baby3:57

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
IRS SP70024Suburban Lawns Suburban Lawns ‎(LP, Album)I.R.S. RecordsIRS SP70024US1981
SP-70024Suburban Lawns The Suburban Lawns ‎(Cass, Album, TP)A&M RecordsSP-70024US1981
FUTNO12Suburban Lawns Suburban Lawns ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, TP, W/Lbl)FuturismoFUTNO12UK2015
FUTURISMO N°.12, FUTNO12Suburban Lawns Suburban Lawns ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RM, Gre)Futurismo, FuturismoFUTURISMO N°.12, FUTNO12UK2015
FUTURISMO N°.12, FUTNO12Suburban Lawns Suburban Lawns ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RM, Sil)Futurismo, FuturismoFUTURISMO N°.12, FUTNO12UK2015

Credits

  • Acoustic GuitarJohn McBurney (tracks: A7)
  • Art DirectionCarl Grasso
  • Backing VocalsChuck Roast, Frankie Ennui, John McBurney, Su Tissue, Vex Billingsgate
  • Bass GuitarSu Tissue, Vex Billingsgate
  • Design [Jacket]Suburban Lawns
  • DrumsChuck Roast
  • Executive-ProducerSuburban Lawns
  • GuitarFrankie Ennui
  • KeyboardsSu Tissue
  • Lead GuitarJohn McBurney
  • Lead VocalsFrankie Ennui, John McBurney, Su Tissue, Vex Billingsgate
  • PercussionChuck Roast, E. J. Emmons, Su Tissue
  • Photography By [Front Cover B&w]Charles Wharton
  • Photography By [Inner Sleeve]Glenn Brown
  • Producer, Recorded ByE. J. Emmons, Troy Mathisen
  • SynthesizerE. J. Emmons
  • Written-ByRoast (tracks: B3), Ennui (tracks: A1, A2, B1 to B3, B7), McBurney (tracks: A1, A2, A5, B1), Tissue (tracks: A2 to A4, A7, B1, B5, B6), Billingsgate (tracks: A1, A3, A6, B1, B2, B4, B5)

Notes

Recorded and mixed at Paramount Recording Studios in Hollywood, California.

Published 1981 - Suburban Industrial Music
© 1981 International Record Syndicate, Inc. Manufactured and distributed by A&M Records, Inc.

400 pressed in this edition.

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Barcode (text): 6 34158 85708 9
  • Barcode (scanned): 634158857089

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Futurismo
  • Distributed By – Light In The Attic
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Suburban Industrial Records
  • Copyright (c) – I.R.S., Inc.
  • Published By – Suburban Industrial Music
  • Recorded At – Paramount Recording Studios
  • Mixed At – Paramount Recording Studios
  • Licensed Through – Universal International Music B.V.

Album

Suburban Lawns is the sole studio album by American band Suburban Lawns, released in 1981 by . Trouser Press called it highly ordinary and a sub-Devo mesh of hiccupping vocals, angular tunes with tiresome stop-start rhythms and a high, weedy guitarorgan sound. Suburban Lawns - Suburban Lawns. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Suburban Lawns began in Long Beach, California in 1978, started as The Fabulons or Art Attack two were CalArts students. Their big hit was called Gidget Goes To Hell released in 1979 on their own indpendent Suburban Industrial Records. Janitor was another hit. The five members were: Su Tissue Sue McLane, Vex Billingsgate William Ranson, John Gleur John McBurney, Frankie Ennui Richard Whitney and Chuck Roast Charles Rodriguez. View wiki. Suburban Lawns began in Long Beach, California in 1978, started as The Fabulons or &quo. Songs in album Suburban Lawns - Suburban Lawns 1981. Suburban Lawns - Flying Saucer Safari. Suburban Lawns - Pioneers. Suburban Lawns - Not Allowed. Suburban Lawns - Gossip. Suburban Lawns - Intellectual Rock. Suburban Lawns - Protection. Suburban Lawns - Anything. Suburban Lawns - Janitor. Suburban Lawns - Computer Date. Suburban Lawns - Mom And Dad And God. Suburban Lawns - Unable. Suburban Lawns - When In The World. Suburban Lawns. UMG от лица компании EMI BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. BMG Rights Management и другие авторские общества 2. UMG от лица компании EMI BMG Rights Management и другие авторские общества 2. Between 1978 and 1983, Suburban Lawns gigged frequently on the West Coast new wave circuit, and put out two successful indie singles Gidget Goes to Hell and Janitor before they cut their self-titled debut album for . Records in 1981. On vinyl, Suburban Lawns sound unrelentingly clever and a bit too self-consciously quirky for their own good, but there's more than enough surreal humor in the lyrics of tunes like Flying Saucer Safari, Computer Date, and Intellectual Rock to compensate, and the musicians had impre. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Suburban Lawns. Suburban Lawns - Flying Saucer Safari 2:19. Suburban Lawns - Suburban Lawns full album 27:50. Suburban Lawns - Pioneers 2:12. Suburban Lawns - Not Allowed 2:26. Released 1981. Suburban Lawns Tracklist. Flying Saucer Safari 1981 14 Songs. Rock 1981. Lawns Suburban Lawns Futurismo . Out 20th November. Cult American New Waver Art Punks Suburban Lawns get the reissue treatment for the first time having been out of print since 1980. Ian Canty leans on the white picket fence for Louder Than War, wearing one of those Devo-style flowerpot hats. I remember David Hepworth, the Bob Harris of the 80s, saying something to the effect of The New Wave exploded across the US with all the power of a wet sparkler in about 1980

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Not-the-Same
Top notch reissue even if it is some odd mad-scientist concoction of a color. I agree that this suffers from the lack of "Gidget Goes to Hell." I'm not opposed to throwing down for that single, however. One day.

Kigul
Super recommended edition! Although it would've been more accurate to include the "Gidget Goes to Hell" Single than the "Baby" EP, but it's cool anyways...

virus
I was a bit weary of this release because it crams two releases on one record, but it turns out that I didn't have to worry. It sounds rich and excellent. Personally though I wish they hadn't done a translucent pressing, so one could actually see where one track ends and another one starts, but oh well. One can't have everything, I suppose. ;)

Kajishakar
I agree this Edition is awesome sounds great on 180 and the pic sleeve on front more beautiful than the original comes with download code I’m very satisfied