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Simple Minds - Real To Real Cacophony. (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Simple Minds - Real To Real Cacophony. (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. This release presents Simple Minds as a dark and edgy new wave band, closer to early XTC than to U2, with whom they'd be compared later. Listening to this album will bring quite a shock to fans of the "Alive and Kicking"-era group, as it did to me when I bought my first copy back in or '/5(9).
  2. Real To Real Cacophony LP (Vinyl Album) UK Arista Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 9 ratings. See all 12 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from On Simple Minds' second album, the Scottish quintet went into seclusion - out of earshot of its record company - and emerged with one of the most daring /5(9).
  3. Nov 21,  · referencing Real To Real Cacophony, LP, Album, RE, , with Matrix: A-3/B-3/85 S II, is that just a variant or another release ('85)? Labels are green/red/5().
  4. Simple Minds - Real To Real Cacophony - Virgin - , Virgin - by Simple Minds Format: Vinyl.
  5. Simple Minds' second release, Real to Real Cacophony was a significant departure from the pop tunes of Life in a Day. The album had a darker and far more experimental atmosphere, announcing some of the new wave experimentation that became the band's trademark sound over the next two albums.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Real To Real Cacophony on Discogs. Label: Virgin - ,Virgin - ,Virgin - / 96 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave, Post-Punk/5(6).
  7. real to real cacophony: lp (first arista issues) tracks. A1. Real To Real () A2. Naked Eye () A3. Simple Minds Arrangements: John Leckie and Simple Minds. Recorded and mixed by John Leckie, are quite hard to come by. Additionally ensure that the inner sleeve is also present; there's lots of copies of the album where it's missing.
  8. As with all of Simple Minds' music pre-"Once Upon A Time" when, like most people, I became a fan I had come across this record on vinyl and had given it a few spins back in the late s and I didn't really like what I heard; it certainly wasn't what I expected neither was it something that made me want to explore this music more/5(25).

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