Untidy Execution - Self-titled album
Self-titled Album is the third studio album released by The Audition. This is the first release since the departure of original bassist and founding member Joe Lussa (Joe did record all bass parts on all 10 songs).
Cher's self-titled album, Cher, was her 18th studio album. The band that waited for the longest to release an eponymous album might be The Beach Boys, who didn't make The Beach Boys until they'd already released 24 other albums. None of the albums on this list are compilations or "best-of" albums, even though it is common practice to name compilation albums after the band. And although some albums, like Madonna: The First Album, were later renamed to make the musician's back catalog easier to follow, they were originally self-titled releases .
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Music's way of straddling the line between No Title and In Case You Forgot Who Wrote It, a Self Titled (or "s/t", or "eponymous") Album is a record named after the artist(s) that created it. Often the first album of the band or used for debut albums or albums that mark a change in the band's lineup.
Self-Titled Album The Audition. This album has an average beat per minute of 134 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/193 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Self-Titled Album. 1. The Running Man. 3'27.
The Self-Titled Album trope as used in popular culture. Their second album was ELO 2. Said second album should not be confused with Electric Light Orchestra Part II, which is the self-titled debut for the spin-off band of the same name. Peter Gabriel's first four albums, all literally titled Peter Gabriel - though due to Executive Meddling, the fourth was released in the . The first three are often listed as "Car," "Scratch," and "Melt," after their album covers. Paul Hardcastle's smooth jazz albums are named Hardcastle followed by a number.
|A1||Osama's Daydream (M. O'Leary)|
|A2||Spaces Between (M. O'Leary)|
|A3||Don't Believe It (M. O'Leary)|
|A4||Into My Head (M. O'Leary)|
|A5||Tomorrow's Man (M. O'Leary)|
|A6||Symbol (M. O'Leary)|
|A7||For You (M. O'Leary)|
|B1||Big One (M. O'Leary)|
|B2||Dance Floor (M. O'Leary)|
|B3||Voodoo (M. O'Leary)|
|B4||Something (M. O'Leary)|
|B5||You And Me (M. O'Leary)|
|B6||Paranoia (M. O'Leary)|
|B7||I Don't Care (M. O'Leary)|
- Produced At – Minimoon Studio
NotesSelf-released band demo, there is no label name. A guitar-drums duo based in Sète in the South of France. Australian expat Michael O'Leary on vocals and guitars and Pascale Coutouly on drums.
Recorded at La Butte Ronde Studio. Sète, by Guillaume Brugvin and Éric Dim.
Co-produced by Alfie Wade and Neil Conty at Minimoon Studios, Montpellier,
Has its own distinctive sound, early Père Ubu maybe a misanthropic David Byrne or an angryJonathan Richman.
The band is still active at present