Recorded By, Producer – The Heart Throbs (tracks: A1 to B1, B3 to B6). Songwriter – The Heart Throbs. Vocals, Guitar – Alan, Rose.
For their second album, Liverpool's Heart Throbs have a revised lineup (singer Rose Carlotti's bass-playing sister Rachael DeFrietas is out, replaced by Colleen Brown), found another poetic term for female genitalia for the album title, a new . label (A&M in place of Elektra), a different production style (the band produced the album itself after the death of. Martin Hannett, who handled the debut), and a much cleaner, more direct sound.
Produced by The Heart Throbs. Covered in daylight Seeing in misty blue Mocking at hindsight Thrashing the morning dew.
Release group by The Heart Throbs. Release group information. Artist: The Heart Throbs.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label A&M Records (catalog number 7 2). This album was released in 1992 year. US. Format of the release is. CD, Album. The album included the following session artists: Artwork By. Me Company.
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The Heart Throbs were an alternative/dream pop band which formed in Reading, England in 1986. The band originally consisted of sisters Rose Carlotti (vocals, guitar) and Rachel DeFreitas (vocals, bass), with Stephen Ward (guitar) and Mark Side (drums). The band released three albums during their career, "Cleopatra Grip" (1990), "Jubilee Twist" (1992) and "Vertical Smile" (1993). DeFreitas and Side left the band in 1991 and the band disbanded in 1993. ПодписатьсяПодпискаПодписка.
The Heart Throbs formed in 1986, initially by Rose Carlotti and Stephen Ward, both college students, who recruited Rose's sister Rachel DeFreitas and Mark Side. Rose and Rachel are sisters of the late Echo & the Bunnymen drummer Pete DeFreitas. The band released their first single in mid-1987 on Marc Riley's In-Tape label. They were then signed by Rough Trade, for whom they released two singles, both hits on the UK Independent Chart. After two further singles on their own label, Profumo. Their first album, Cleopatra Grip, was distributed in the US by Elektra Records, after which they were signed by A&M Records, who released Jubilee Twist in the US. After disappointing sales, however, A&M elected not to distribute their third and final album, Vertical Smile.
|A2||Winter Came Too Soon|
|A5||The Girl Became The Stairs|
|B2||Bright Green Day|
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|TPLP 33||The Heart Throbs||Jubilee Twist (LP, Album, W/Lbl)||One Little Indian||TPLP 33||UK||1992|
|TPLP 33||The Heart Throbs||Jubilee Twist (LP, Album)||One Little Indian||TPLP 33||UK||1992|
|COCY-9970||The Heart Throbs||Jubilee Twist (CD, Album)||One Little Indian||COCY-9970||Japan||1992|
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