Pale Fountains - Pacific Street - 1984 Brit Pop New Wave - Original Canada LP

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CA$48.95

The Pale Fountains ‎– Pacific Street


Label:
Virgin ‎– VL 2301
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album

Record is VG++ with very very light scuffs (listen to our copy)

Cover is VG+ VG++ has some light ringwear, edgewear in top and bottom edges and light corner wear in bottom and top right corners (see our pic)

 Record comes in original printed inner sleeve VG+ VG++ has some wear 


Country:
Canada
Released:
1984
Genre:
Rock, Pop
Style:
New Wave

 

 

 


Tracklist

 


A1 Reach 4:10
A2 Something On My Mind 3:55
A3 Unless 4:40
A4 Southbound Excursion 2:32
A5 Natural 3:20

 


B1 Faithful Pillow (Part I) 1:39
B2 (Don't Let Your Love) Start A War 3:38
B3 Beyond Fridays Field 4:03
B4 Abergele Next Time 3:49
B5 Crazier 3:40
B6 Faithful Pillow (Part II) 1:59

 

 

 

 


Companies, etc.


Manufactured By – Virgin Records Canada Inc.

 

 

 


Credits


Bass – Chris McCaffery
Drums, Percussion – Thomas Whelan
Engineer – Howard Gray
Producer – Howard Gray, The Pale Fountains
Trumpet, Keyboards – Andy Diagram
Vocals, Guitar – Michael Head

 

 

A leading proponent of the "quiet pop" movement of the early 1980s, the Pale Fountains formed in Liverpool, England in 1981. Led by singer/songwriter and guitarist Michael Head, the group -- which also included bassist Chris McCaffrey, drummer Thomas Whelan and former Dislocation Dance trumpeter Andy Diagram -- debuted in 1982 on the Operation Twlight label with the single "(There's Always) Something on My Mind," which generated such a posititve buzz that they were immediately signed by Virgin for the then-staggering sum of 150,000 pounds. However, their label debut, the lavish "Thank You," failed to crack the U.K. Top 40, despite a heavy promotional push. After an intense year in the studio, the Pale Fountains' first LP, the bossa nova-inflected Pacific Street, finally appeared in 1984; after such a relatively long absence from the limelight, the group had lost its status as media darlings, and the record fared poorly. Producer Ian Broudie was brought in to helm 1985's ...from across the kitchen table, but again success was not forthcoming; in the wake of considerable acrimony amongst the band and their label, the Pale Fountains soon split, with Head returning to Liverpool to form Shack with his brother John.

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Condition Used
Format LP
Label Virgin Records
Color Black