|A5||Happy Hunting Ground||5:30|
|B3||Night Of Light||4:46|
|PCSO.430034||The Church||Heyday (LP, Album)||Parlophone||PCSO.430034||Australia||1985|
|430034 4||The Church||Heyday (Cass, Album)||EMI||430034 4||Netherlands||1986|
|7243 4 99033 2 6, 499 0332||The Church||Heyday (CD, Album, RE)||Zonophone, Zonophone||7243 4 99033 2 6, 499 0332||Europe||1999|
|AC-8567||The Church||Heyday (Cass, Album, RE, RM)||Arista||AC-8567||Canada||1988|
|CDP 7 46256 2||The Church||Heyday (CD, Album)||EMI||CDP 7 46256 2||Australia||1985|
By: The Church (1985, Rock). More albums from The Church: Hindsight 1980-1987 by The Church. Of Skins And Heart by The Church. Forget Yourself by The Church. Remote Luxury by The Church. El Momento Descuidado by The Church. Gold Afternoon Fix by The Church. Parallel Universe by The Church. Sometime Anywhere, Somewhere Else by The Church. View all albums . Heyday. By: The Church (1985, Rock).
Heyday is the fourth album by the Australian psychedelic rock band The Church, released in November 1985. The album marked the first occasion when group compositions dominated one of the band's releases. Steve Kilbey has said: "The demo situation was getting to us - me writing the songs on my eight-track and bringing them along to the band. Despite the increased amount of studio collaboration on Heyday between the members, while the band was on tour in April 1986 to support the album, Willson-Piper suddenly quit mid-tour after rising in-band tensions. On 10 July, The Church performed as a three-piece in Hamburg, Germany; Willson-Piper returned within a week after Kilbey agreed that future releases would contain more group efforts.
The Church : Heyday,álbum, crítica, lista de pistas, mp3, letras. Data de lançamento Janeiro 1986. Labels Parlophone EMI Records. Estilo de MúsicaNew-Wave. Membros têm este álbum5.
Not a bad pop album from THE CHURCH and you could say this was the stepping stone to international fame with their next album "Starfish". This is fairly dreamy with jangly guitars. Not a lot of dynamics at work here with the reserved vocals and that laid back sound but it has it's moments.
Not changing anything in the basic Church sound but presenting both a brilliant slew of songs and some fantastic performances, the quartet created a flat-out fantastic record. The first side alone almost reads like a greatest-hits collection, with one highlight following hard on the other. Myrrh," leading things off with a careful build up to the main part of the song much like "When You Were Mine," has a strange chorus that almost shouldn't work but does. Robert Dean Lurie notes that "As the band began cutting the album at Studios 301, it became apparent that there had been a dramatic change in Steve's voice. Perhaps it was the extended break from performing, or abstaining from drugs, or the hours of yoga; in any case, Steve's singing was now much more relaxed and warm, and he possessed a wider, more dynamic range.
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