Band Name General Public. Album Name Hand to Mouth. Erscheinungsdatum 1986. Labels Virgin Records IRS Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 2. Faults and All. 3. Forward As One. 4. Murder. 5. Cheque in the Post.
Band Name General Public. Data de aparición 1986. Estilo MusicalNew-Wave. Miembros poseen este álbum0.
General Public's first album, released just over a year after the English Beat's split, was a solid piece of candy-coated pop featuring several terrific songs by singer/primary songwriter Dave Wakeling. Hand to Mouth, released barely a year and a half later after a couple of personnel shakeups, is a huge stumble in comparison. Continuing All the Rage's trend towards slick pop production, but finally tipping over into bland anonymity, the album makes absolutely no musical impression even after several listens
All the Rage is the debut album by General Public, released in 1984. It was recorded digitally. Hot You're Cool" - 3:47 (Mickey Billingham, Roger Charlery, Horace Panter, Dave Wakeling). Tenderness" - 3:34 (Billingham, Charlery, Wakeling). Anxious" - 4:19 (Charlery, Wakeling). Never You Done That" - 4:08 (Billingham, Charlery, Wakeling). Burning Bright" - 4:30 (Billingham, Charlery, Wakeling). As a Matter of Fact" - 5:22 (Billingham, Charlery, Panter, Wakeling).
Hand to Mouth (album), 1986 album by General Public. Hand to Mouth" (song), 1987 song by George Michael. Hand to Mouth, 1987 album by Mickey Raphael. Hand to Mouth" (Grotus song), 1995 song by the Experimental band Grotus. Hand to Mouth: Living in Bootstrap America, a 2014 book by Linda Tirado. Paul Auster's 1997 autobiography Hand to Mouth.
Hand to Mouth (album). Studio album by General Public. Hand to Mouth is the second album by General Public, released in 1986 (see 1986 in music).
Hand to Mouth is the second album by General Public, released in 1986 (see 1986 in music). In 1986, they released Hand to Mouth, less successful, the band split up. In 1995, Roger and Wakeling reformed General Public with a new supporting band, released the album Rub It Better. Roger and Wakeling worked on various projects and reunited for the 1994 Threesome soundtrack, recording a cover of "I'll Take You There". Roger released Radical Departure, his first solo album, in 1988 which included band members Horace Panter and Fuzz Townshend.