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Modern English - Mesh And Lace mp3 track

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Performer: Modern English
Title: Mesh And Lace
Country: UK
Released: 1992
Style: New Wave
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.6 ✦
Other format: FLAC AUD ADX TTA AC3 MIDI MP1

Tracklist

1 Gathering Dust
2 16 Days
3 Just A Thought
4 Move In Light
5 Grief
6 The Token Man
7 A Viable Commercial
8 Black Houses
9 Dance Of Devotion (A Love Song)
10 Smiles And Laughter
11 Mesh And Lace
12 Tranquility
13 Home
14 Swans On Glass
15 Incident

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.

Credits

  • Engineer – Ken Thomas (tracks: 1 - 9), Mike Kemp (tracks: 10 - 15)
  • Producer – Modern English, Robin Mayhew (tracks: 10, 11)

Notes

Tracks 1 and 10 - 15 are bonus tracks.
Tracks 1 and 12 taken from 7" single (AD 15)
Tracks 10 and 11 taken from 7" single (AD 110)
Track 13 taken from 12" single (BAD 11)
Tracks 14 and 15 taken from 7" single (AD 6)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CAD 105 Modern English Mesh & Lace ‎(LP, Album) 4AD CAD 105 UK 1981
CAD 105 MC Modern English Mesh & Lace ‎(Cass, Album) 4AD CAD 105 MC Philippines 1995
656 006 Modern English Mesh And Lace ‎(LP, Album) Beggars Banquet 656 006 Netherlands 1981
P-11145 Modern English Mesh & Lace ‎(LP, Album, Promo) WEA P-11145 Japan 1982
POW 6009 Modern English Mesh And Lace ‎(LP) Powderworks POW 6009 Australia 1981


Robbie Grey reformed Modern English in 1989 with Mick Conroy and Aaron Davidson to record a new album, Pillow Lips, released in 1990 on the American TVT label. The album featured a re-recorded "I Melt with You", which was released as a single, and saw the band again in the Billboard top 100. The band split up for a second. time in 1991, after contractual problems with TVT, with Grey forming Engine. In 1995, with legal issues with TVT sorted out, Engine evolved into the next incarnation of Modern English and signed to the Imago label, with Grey and Matthew Shipley (keyboards)  . They also toured the Mesh & Lace album in the .

Complete your Modern English collection. CD issues include 7 additional tracks: 'Gathering Dust' and 'Tranquility Of A Summer Moment (Vice Versa)' from 'Gathering Dust', 'Smiles And Laughter' and 'Mesh And Lace' from 'Smiles and Laughter', 'Home' from 'Presage(s)', 'Swans On Glass' and 'Incident' from 'Swans On Glass'.

Album Mesh & Lace. Mesh & Lace Lyrics. You left without time for me to see The full event that took the place of me I felt the pain, saw the strife The walls moved in, my thoughts will spin. It’s all the time now, there’s no way out It’s all the time now, there’s no way out It’s all the time now, there’s no way out It’s all the time now, there’s no way out No way out No way out I’m trapped Encased Entombed Mesh and lace. Trapped in a maze of mesh and lace Trapped in a maze of mesh and lace Trapped in a maze of mesh and lace Trapped in a maze of mesh and lace

Modern English's tour de force debut, Mesh & Lace, walked the path of dreamy, atmospheric aggression, paired with influences of postpunkbands such as Joy Division and Bauhaus. Dark and ambient, Modern English were highly experimental early on, giving way to lighter, melodic pop for the remainder of their career. Published on July 14, 2010.

Band Name Modern English. Album Name Mesh & Lace. Released date April 1981. Music StylePost-punk. Members owning this album1.

Album: Mesh & Lace, 1981. Now playing: Soul Asylum Runaway Train. Kamchatka LIVE - Chillout.

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Mesh & Lace is the debut studio album by English post-punk band Modern English. It was released on 6 April 1981, through record label 4AD. The album was reissued on CD in 1992 with seven bonus tracks. Trouser Press panned the album, calling it "a load of monotonous droning and shouting by a precious art band oppressively weighed down by its self-conscious 4AD pretensions. All tracks written by Modern English. Robbie Grey – vocals, production. Gary McDowell – guitar, vocals, production.