Then Jerico - Big Area album
What Does It Take?, 03:49. Song for the Brokenhearted, 04:30. Where You Lie, 04:56.
His polished, sweeping soundscapes match the band's anthemic songwriting well, even if they do remove some of the live excitement that was also a staple of Then Jerico's appeal. The highs here are higher than on First (The Sound of Music), as singer Mark Shaw turns "Sugar Box" into the sort of epic ballad that eluded him previously, and overall is much less mannered than on the band's debut. Отчёт EAC об извлечении, выполненном 7. января 2018, 16:11. Then Jerico, The Big Area (Sample CD POOL 20110). Дисковод: PLEXTOR BD-R PX-B950SA Adapter: 1 ID: 0. Режим чтения : Достоверность Использование точного потока : Да Отключение кэша аудио : Да Использование указателей C2 : Нет.
Then Jerico – Big Area. Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop. Style: Synth-pop, Pop Rock. Notes: 1st single from 2nd album. DJL 329. Then Jerico. Big Area (12", Single, Promo). Big Area (7", Single).
The second - and, as far as most listeners were concerned, final - album from London's Then Jerico stands as the group's defining moment, containing their biggest hit (the rousing, synth-rocking title track) and best presentation, courtesy of former Roxy Music producer Rhett Davies. His polished, sweeping soundscapes match the band's anthemic songwriting well, even if they do remove some of the live excitement that was also a staple of Then Jerico's appeal
Then Jerico first found fame in 1987 with the release of their debut album ‘ First (The Sound Of Music) ‘. The record featured hit singles ‘ Muscle Deep ‘ and ‘ The Motive‘ which remained in the UK Top 40 chart for three months, becoming the most-played record on BBC Radio 1 in 1987. The track brought Then Jerico worldwide recognition and saw them selling-out headline shows along with support tours with Iggy Pop and Propaganda, amongst others. Their follow-up album, ‘ The Big Area ‘, cemented their status as one of the greatest bands of the 1980s.
The Big Area is the second album by English rock band Then Jerico, released in 1989 Track listing. Song for the Brokenhearted".
The Jericho, Then Jericho, Then Jerico. Then Jerico - Big Area 05:33. Reprise: Famous Hits & Mysterious Mixes - Then Jerico. The Best Of Then Jerico - Then Jerico. First (The Sound of Music) - Then Jerico.
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|A||Big Area (12'' Mix)
Engineer – John BroughMixed By – Bruce LampcovProducer – Gary Langan
|B1||The Big Sweep (Dance Mix)
Remix – Philth Tennant*, Tim Baldwin*Written-By – Then Jerico
|B2||The Motive (USA Mix)
Producer – Martin RushentRemix – Bob ClearmountainWritten-By – Then Jerico
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – FFRR Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – FFRR Records Ltd.
- Lyrics By – Shaw*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 4228863661
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped: A side): LONX 204 A-1U-1-1
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped: B side): LONX 204 B-2U-1-1
- Label Code: LC0270
- Distribution Code: BA 122
|LONCD 204, 886 366-2||Then Jerico||Big Area (CD, Single)||London Records, London Records||LONCD 204, 886 366-2||UK & Europe||1988|
|886 389-1||Then Jerico||Big Area (12")||London Records||886 389-1||Germany||1989|
|886 388-7||Then Jerico||Big Area (7", Single)||London Records||886 388-7||Europe||1989|
|P13L 37011||Then Jerico||Big Area (CD, Mini, Single)||London Records||P13L 37011||Japan||1989|
|886 388-7||Then Jerico||Big Area (7", Single)||FFRR||886 388-7||France||1989|