Sonic Temple is the fourth studio album by The Cult, released in 1989. Continuing in the hard rock direction introduced on their previous album, Sonic Temple features some of the band's most popular songs, including "Fire Woman", "Sun King", "Edie (Ciao Baby)" and "Sweet Soul Sister". Sonic Temple was the last album recorded with longtime bassist Jamie Stewart, who left in 1990, and the first to feature former Hall & Oates and then-current Bryan Adams drummer, Mickey Curry.
Songs in album The Cult - Sonic Temple (1989). fire woman-ууууууууууууууууууух. Super album!!! faraons. наилюбимейшее творение. помню, как приобрел его в лохматом 92. на одном дыхании слушаются эти трехаккордные атаки а-ля ac/dc и хрипловатый голос "индейца" Эстбери. Sweet Soul Sister выделю здесь как номер 1. выдержанная, неспешная, взрывающаяся в конце умопомрачительным соло.
The Cult - Sonic Temple Collection (1989). Songs in album The Cult - Sonic Temple Collection (1989).
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Sonic Temple is the fourth album by The Cult, released in 1989. Sonic Temple was the last album recorded with longtime bassist Jamie Stewart, who left in 1990. Sonic Temple follows the Cult's critically acclaimed 1987 album Electric.
Billboard estimates that Sonic Temple has sold over . million copies in the United States, as the RIAA certified it platinum in January 1990 for 1 million sales, and it has sold 429,000 copies since 1991, according to Nielsen Music. Its songs have generated 17 million on-demand audio streams. Sun King opens the album with the declaration, This is where it all ends, and The Cult makes its presence known with the glorious build of the song’s opening: a shimmering of cymbals and a supple, pulsing bassline before Duffy’s guitar explodes and the track transforms into strutting hard rock. Fire Woman continues this notion, with the singer in awe of a woman who leaves him swaying.