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1Bad Indian2:35
2Like Calling Up Thunder2:27
3Sleeping In Blood City3:28
4Mother Of Earth
Lead Guitar – Jeffrey Lee PierceSteel Guitar – Mark Tomeo
3:24
5Texas Serenade
Steel Guitar – Mark Tomeo
4:42
6Fire Of Love2:09
7Brother And Sister2:57
8Carry Home3:12
9Devil In The Woods3:06
10Run Through The Jungle
Lead Guitar – Jeffrey Lee Pierce
4:09
11John Hardy
Lead Guitar – Jeffrey Lee Pierce
3:24
12Watermelon Man
Backing Vocals – D.H. Laurence Jr., Jeffrey Lee Pierce, Ward DotsonBongos – Chris SteinFiddle – Walter Steding
4:06

Versiones

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
APE 6001The Gun Club Miami ‎(LP, Album)Animal RecordsAPE 6001US1982
L 38091, CHR 1398The Gun Club Miami ‎(LP, Album)Chrysalis, ChrysalisL 38091, CHR 1398Australia1983
APE 6001The Gun Club Miami ‎(LP, Album, TP)Animal RecordsAPE 6001US1982
1C 038-3 21398 1, 749 004The Gun Club Miami ‎(LP, Album, RE)Chrysalis, Chrysalis1C 038-3 21398 1, 749 004EuropeUnknown
X2 13065, X2-13065The Gun Club Miami ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Animal Records, I.R.S. RecordsX2 13065, X2-13065US1991

Créditos

  • BassRob Ritter
  • DrumsTerry Graham
  • Engineer [Mixing]Butch Jones
  • Engineer [Session]Joe Arlotta
  • GuitarWard Dotson
  • Mastered ByJose Rodriguez
  • Mastered By [For Vinyl]David Cheppa
  • Photography [Cover Photos], DesignChris D.
  • ProducerChris Stein
  • Remastered By [Digitally, 2004]John Vestman
  • Vocals, PianoJeffrey Lee Pierce

Notas

Recorded at Blank Tape Studios, june 1982.

Originally released on New Rose, 1982.

Empresas

  • Recorded At – Blank Tape Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound

Vídeo

Información

Miami is the second studio album by punk blues group The Gun Club, released in 1982. It was released on Blondie guitarist Chris Stein's label, Animal Records. Stein also produced the album. Debbie Harry appears as a backing singer on various tracks on the album under the pseudonym D. Laurence Jr. The album front cover photograph doesn't include Rob Ritter who had already left the band. Before leaving, Ritter first taught all the bass-lines to his ex-Bags bandmate Patricia Morrison. Miami - The Gun Club. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Gun Club. Jeffrey Lee Pierce. The Orchard Music от лица компании Blixa Sounds CMRRA, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. BMG Rights Management US, LLC, Audiam Publishing и другие авторские. Going for a higher, more desolate sound, frontman and slide player Jeffrey Lee Pierce and his band were literally on. It was release. 720 people like this. 747 people follow this. Miami showcased a different lineup as well. Ward Dotson replaced Congo Powers temporarily, at least on guitar, and there were a ton of guest performances, including Debbie Harry and Chris Stein. Stein produced the album. Off the bat the disc suffers from a thin mix. Going for a rougher sound, Stein left the instruments at one level and boosted Pierce's vocal. Before leaving the band, Ritter first taught all his bass-lines to his ex-Bags bandmate Patricia Morrison. The track Mother of Earth was covered by alt-country band T. The Gun Club Format: Audio CD. Please retry. The Gun Club simply never regained the heights they hit on the Fire of Love album. That combo of punk rock meets rockabilly meets swampy blues is one of the best records of its kind, up there with the best stuff the Cramps did. But if you're looking for a second Gun Club album to listen to, this one is worthwhile. Verified Purchase. A great Gun Club album, this and the first album are my favourites. Read more. Listen free to The Gun Club Miami Carry Home, Like Calling Up Thunder and more. 12 tracks 40:04. The sophomore record by the Gun Club bore the curse of having to follow a monolith of their own making. Fire of Love sold extremely well for an independent it was a favorite of virtually every critic who heard it in 1981. Miami The Gun Club album - Miami Studio album by The Gun Club Released September 20, 1982 Recorded June 1982 Blank Tape Studios Genre Post-punk, roots rock Length 39:33 Label Animal Records original release. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Miami, 1984. Carry Home, 03:11. Like Calling up Thunder, 02:26. Brother and Sister, 02:57. A Devil in the Woods, 03:05. Texas Serenade, 04:41. Bad Indian, 02:35

Descargar The Gun Club - Miami

Artista: The Gun Club

Título: Miami

País: US

Fecha de publicación: 2004

Etiqueta: Sympathy For The Record Industry

Estilo: Blues Rock, Punk

Catálogo: SFTRI 740

Género: Rock

Tamaño MP3: 1311 mb

Tamaño FLAC: 2634 mb

Clasificación: 4.3 / 5

Votos: 515

Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Blue

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Ustamya
my blue copy of Gun Club Miami (https://www.discogs.com/The-Gun-Club-Miami/release/449785)Is clean and quiet!
Ustamya
my blue copy of Gun Club Miami (https://www.discogs.com/The-Gun-Club-Miami/release/449785)Is clean and quiet!
Ericaz
bought new two days ago. looks mint and unplayed but... hey... sounds terrible :( from start to finish a continuous background noise. just unlucky or a common thing in these reissue? (anyway an amazing record).
Ericaz
bought new two days ago. looks mint and unplayed but... hey... sounds terrible :( from start to finish a continuous background noise. just unlucky or a common thing in these reissue? (anyway an amazing record).
INwhite
Not so good.
INwhite
Not so good.
Lli
There is absolutely NOTHING wrong with this pressing, as others here are erroneously claiming. Not a smidgen of surface noise or "digital compression" on my copy, even after dozens of spins. Try keeping your records clean and getting a decent pair of speakers/headphones/audio setup instead.
Lli
There is absolutely NOTHING wrong with this pressing, as others here are erroneously claiming. Not a smidgen of surface noise or "digital compression" on my copy, even after dozens of spins. Try keeping your records clean and getting a decent pair of speakers/headphones/audio setup instead.
Nightscar
I respectfully disagree. Much different than Fire of Love, but solid nonetheless. Mother of Earth, Like Calling Up Thunder, Bad Indian and Carry Home are worthy additions to the Gun Club.
Nightscar
I respectfully disagree. Much different than Fire of Love, but solid nonetheless. Mother of Earth, Like Calling Up Thunder, Bad Indian and Carry Home are worthy additions to the Gun Club.
Jwalextell
Gotta be about the reissue. Peemef makes reference to the original, which sounds awful due to Chris Stein's poor production. I took this to mean that the Music on Vinyl reissue finally cracked the case on making this LP sound good. I bought this (http://www.discogs.com/Gun-Club-Miami/release/4545578) and can report back once I've heard it, as compared to my OG copy.
Jwalextell
Gotta be about the reissue. Peemef makes reference to the original, which sounds awful due to Chris Stein's poor production. I took this to mean that the Music on Vinyl reissue finally cracked the case on making this LP sound good. I bought this (http://www.discogs.com/Gun-Club-Miami/release/4545578) and can report back once I've heard it, as compared to my OG copy.
Maldarbaq
Well, my old review was edited because I've used too many curse words. After buying MOV release I just sold this one dirt cheap and forgot about it. But it is my fault, my review should stay here forever because BEWARE - this abysmal piece of shit should be given for free. What they did wrong? Well.. start from the remaster itself which sounds like a teenager's first experience with digital DAW and compressor plug-ins with some fancy presets. It's actually pretty funny that an album sounding so shite (thanks to Mr. Stein) could be mutated into something even more crude. Then try to visualize my experience when I put my needle on a fancy transparent blue wax only to find out they used the same "remaster" as a source for the vinyl pressing... UTILIZING WRONG SPEED. Yeah, I can't remember correctly if my copy was too fast or too slow, but man, it was painful to hear. All those boomy sounds turned into distortion, sibilants and plosives exploded from your speakers cutting your brain through like a razor, and by the end of side A you just wondered.... what did I do wrong? Why God forsake me when I put my hands on this release and decided to buy it?
Maldarbaq
Well, my old review was edited because I've used too many curse words. After buying MOV release I just sold this one dirt cheap and forgot about it. But it is my fault, my review should stay here forever because BEWARE - this abysmal piece of shit should be given for free. What they did wrong? Well.. start from the remaster itself which sounds like a teenager's first experience with digital DAW and compressor plug-ins with some fancy presets. It's actually pretty funny that an album sounding so shite (thanks to Mr. Stein) could be mutated into something even more crude. Then try to visualize my experience when I put my needle on a fancy transparent blue wax only to find out they used the same "remaster" as a source for the vinyl pressing... UTILIZING WRONG SPEED. Yeah, I can't remember correctly if my copy was too fast or too slow, but man, it was painful to hear. All those boomy sounds turned into distortion, sibilants and plosives exploded from your speakers cutting your brain through like a razor, and by the end of side A you just wondered.... what did I do wrong? Why God forsake me when I put my hands on this release and decided to buy it?
Defolosk
Reissue quality, or the music itself? Please clarify.
Defolosk
Reissue quality, or the music itself? Please clarify.