Boy is the debut studio album by Irish rock band U2. It was released on 20 October 1980 by Island Records and was produced by Steve Lillywhite. Boy contains many songs from the band's 40-song catalogue at the time, including two tracks that were re-recorded from their original versions on their debut release, the EP Three. Boy was recorded from July to September 1980 at Dublin's Windmill Lane Studios, which became U2's chosen recording location during the 1980s.
Let the Blind Lead Those Who Can See but Cannot Feel is the first studio album by Atlas Sound, the solo project of Deerhunter frontman Bradford Cox. The album was released in North America by Kranky on February 19, 2008 and in Europe by 4AD on May 5, 2008. The tracks of Let the Blind Lead were constructed with computer-generated and recorded instruments in music software Ableton Live
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It was also their first time working with Lillywhite, who subsequently became a frequent producer for the band's recorded work. Boy included U2's first hit single, "I Will Follow". The album's release was followed by the group's first tour of continental Europe and the United States, the Boy Tour. own brand of grace and sinewy spaciousness to create a romanticism exactly right for those who sport chunky riffs and mackintoshes". Declan Lynch of Irish magazine Hot Press remarked that he found Boy "almost impossible to react negatively to. .The album's sexual overtones led to its enthusiastic acceptance by gays in American gay clubs shortly after its release.
The album's concluding tune Those About To Die is an interesting jazzy workout that occassionally sounds a little cheesy. Ultimately this album was destined to be eclipsed by its astounding successor Valentyne Suite and is perhaps worth listening as much for the historical context as for the actual music it contains. Those who are not fond of straight blues and jazz are warned to stay clear!. 53% on the MPV scale.
also those who listen to metal tend to have a release in there frustrations. Both articles I cited in my paper. Sure there are some people who do messed up things and listen to metal, and those are the ones you hear about and give metal heads a bad reputation, but most of us are normal people who have/want families, a steady job, and are good people. I myself am happy, go to church and serve at a local youth ministry, and volunteer at historical places, and have friends. I've been listening to metal since I was 10 and was into hard rock before that. k views · View 4 Upvoters.
So few albums are really like that where every single song is truly at least good. I mean, every album has that one song, but no, this album doesn't. You just gotta listen through every single song. Calm before the storm! Where is your boy?!
He probes the things that shaped his psyche-loneliness, isolation, and disorientation-and focuses on outgrowing friendships, balancing the pull of nostalgia and the necessity for growth. The title and the warm soul interior seem to usher the listener outside. For those chasing a Bastard-esque, punchy rap fix, there’s Who Dat Boy and Pothole. In the past, Tyler’s albums have been bloated and messy.