Love Removal Machine - The Cult - Electric Peace (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Label: Beggars Banquet - BBQLP 2125 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Psychedelic Rock


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8 thoughts on “ Love Removal Machine - The Cult - Electric Peace (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Daizshura says:
    May 13,  · The Cult's 'Electric' the most balls-out rockin' thunder-beast of This mastering from MASTERDISK absolutely pounds! Wanna find out if your stereo can pee in the tall grass with the big dogs, then crank this sucker to 11 & hang on for your life/5().
  2. Gardajind says:
    Jul 29,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Electric Peace on Discogs. Label: Beggars Banquet - BBQLP • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Psychedelic Rock/5().
  3. Yozshulmaran says:
    Electric Peace is a compilation of The Cult's multi-platinum 80s hard rock classic Electric and its original version, Peace. The band originally went to record the follow-up to Love with the same producer, Steve Brown, resulting in an 11 track album titled Peace/5().
  4. Dujas says:
    The Cult were one of the defining groups of late 80s Alternative rock. When they recorded the follow up to their breakthrough album, Love, they were not too satisfied with the results. They re-recorded the album with Rick Rubin and left the previously recorded material on the shelf. Electric Peace .
  5. Faushura says:
    The new tracks would become The Cult’s third album, re-titled Electric, and a multi-million from Peace were used as single B-sides and some of the alternative versions were issued on an early CD - The Manor Sessions, but it wasn’t until the limited Rare Cult box set in that fans got to hear the full album correctly sequenced. The box rapidly sold out so Peace has been.
  6. Vudokasa says:
    Love this edition of a classic album. Hearing a few of the choice cuts in their original format is truly interesting. While one of my favorite Electric tracks, "Peace Dog", was definitely improved by Mr. Rubin, others like "Love Removal Machine" sound different but solid. The b-sides are great and having Electric on vinyl is a must for any Cult /5(5).
  7. Doujinn says:
    The album, retitled Electric, sold in massive quantities and, bingo, everybody was happy. A few B-sides and a rarities box set notwithstanding, most Cult fans haven’t heard the original Peace tracks, so here they are as a bonus disc to accompany this reissue. In a nutshell, the songs originally sounded like the previous album, ’s Love.
  8. Dorr says:
    " Love Removal Machine " is a song recorded by the British rock band The Cult. It was the first single to be released from the group's album Electric. First recorded during a radio session, it had a different arrangement when it was recorded for the band's third album, Peace.

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