|A3||Dulce Et Decorum Est (Pro Patria Mori)
Written-By [Poem Used As Lyrics] – Wilfred Owen
|A4||Pros And Cons||3:20|
|A5||Home Of The Saved||5:06|
|B1||Working For The Yankee Dollar||4:54|
|B4||A Day In Europa||3:02|
|V 2138||Skids||Days In Europa (LP, Album)||Virgin||V 2138||UK||1979|
|V2138, 2933 795||Skids||Days In Europa (LP, Album, TP)||Virgin, Virgin||V2138, 2933 795||Greece||1980|
|201 049, 201 049-270||Skids||Days In Europa (LP, Album)||Virgin, Virgin||201 049, 201 049-270||Germany||1979|
|OVED 42||Skids||Days In Europa (LP, Album, RE, RM)||Virgin||OVED 42||UK||Unknown|
|OVEDC 42||Skids||Days In Europa (Cass, Album, RE)||Virgin||OVEDC 42||UK||1980|
First time on CD for The Skids second studio album which reached the UK Top 40 back in 1979 and features the hit singles "Animation", "Charade" and "Working for the Yankee Dollar". 7 bonus tracks have been added including the hit single "Masquerade" and many non LP B-sides and with deluxe packaging, that includes lyrics, this is an essential re-issue. This is the original Bill Nelson mix of the album and not the re-mixed one which appeared some six months after the original.
Skids - Working For The Yankee Dollar 03:39. Skids - Animation 04:49. Skids - Dulce Et Decorum Est (Pro Patria Mori) 04:07. Skids - Pros And Cons 03:19. Skids - Home Of The Saved 05:07. Skids - The Olympian 03:30. Skids - Thanatos 04:07. Skids - A Day In Europa 03:03. Skids - Peaceful Times 05:04.
Skids days in europa. skids days in europa. VIRGIN 201 049 - Allemagne - 1979 - original used.
Animation, Charade, Dulce et Decorum Est (Pro Patria Mori), Pros and Cons, Home of the Saved, Working for the Yankee Dollar, The Olympian, Thanatos, A Day in Europa, Peaceful Times Animation, Charade, Dulce et Decorum Est (Pro Patria Mori), The Olympian, Home of the Saved, Working for the Yankee. MusicBrainz: Days In Europa.
Joy is the fourth studio album by Scottish punk rock and new wave band Skids. It was their first after the departure of signature guitarist Stuart Adamson, who went on to found Big Country. As such, it represented a change of direction from rock towards folk music, amplifying the traditional Scottish element already hinted at in previous releases. This would be their last album until the release of Burning Cities, over 36 years later.