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John Foxx - John Foxx album

John Foxx - John Foxx album
Performer: John Foxx
Title: John Foxx
Released: 1989
Style: New Wave, Synth-pop
Genre: Electro / Rock
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 295
MP3 size: 1490 mb
FLAC size: 1220 mb


1 He's A Liquid
2 Underpass
3 No-One Driving
4 Miles Away
5 Dancing Like A Gun
6 Endlessly
7 Stars On Fire
8 Lose All Sense Of Time

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Virgin Vision Distribution Ltd.
  • Published By – Island Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Quietman Music Ltd.


  • Assemblage – The Leisure Process
  • Liner Notes – John Tobler
  • Written-By – Dennis Leigh (tracks: 3), John Foxx (tracks: 1-2, 4-8)


Approx running time 25 minutes

During The First half of the 1980's, when pop music was dominated by new technology and in particular synthesisers, one of Britain's major technostars was John Foxx, who took seven singles into the UK chart in less than four years. Foxx (real name Dennis Leigh) first came to prominence in the late 70's as the frontman of Ultravox. With Foxx, Ultravox was one of the world's most innovative acts, although somewhat less successful than they later became after Midge Ure was recruited in late 1978 as a replacement.Foxx then embarked on a solo career, and his first (and highest chart placed) single was 'Underpass', which was followed later that year by 'No-One Driving' and, at the end of the year, by 'Miles Away'. All were hits, but of lesser magnitude than they deserved - the reason was almost certainly that Foxx was continually in search of musical innovation, something which is not necessarily found without false starts. 'Dancing Like A Gun' (interesting title?) was a 1981 single which didn't chart, but by 1983, Foxx was back in the chart with 'Endlessly'. In addition to these tracks, this retrospective of John Foxx includes three remarkable videos made for his other recordings, 'He's A Liquid', in which Foxx examines a clone of himself, is bizarre, the brief but compelling 'Stars On Fire' perfectly conveys his ceaseless quest for innovation, and the uncharacteristically cheerful 'Lose All Sense Of Time', with its very Monty Pythonesque video, shows another side of this multi-facet character whom Gary Numan credited as a major influence. Foxx went on to own his own recording studio, 'The Garden' (also the title of one of his albums), but appears to have stopped making records on his own account. It will not be a surprise if he re-emerges with something of great interest eventually, be it musical or in some other artistic field. His greatest gift was his innovatory
qualities as displayed here. (John Tobler, For The Record. 1989)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 013702 458227

The Garden is a 1981 album by John Foxx, the follow-up to his debut solo album Metamatic, released the previous year. However, its instrumentation and highly romantic style is more comparable to Systems of Romance, his last album with former band Ultravox, released in 1978

John Foxx (born Dennis Leigh, 26 September 1948) is an English singer, artist, photographer and teacher. He was the original lead singer of the band Ultravox, before leaving to embark on a solo career (with Midge Ure eventually taking his place in Ultravox).

John Foxx And The Maths are back in the studio working on a new album, this time with Robin Simon on guitar. com/watch?v SGPKNB7ctyE. John Foxx and the Maths at Memetune Studios, featuring the legendary Robin Simon on six strings. 30 April ·. Tickets are now on sale for this Q&A featuring John in Manchester on Saturday 6 July. org. lectronic. bandonthewall. subliminal impulse Electronic Music Festival Lunchtime Q&A Session - Band on the Wall.

John Foxx - The Garden (1981). Songs in album John Foxx - The Garden (1981). 1. Europe After The Rain.

John Foxx" is the stage name of English musician Dennis Leigh; born on the 26th of September 1947 in Chorley, Lancashire, England. He was the original lead singer of the band "Ultravox!" (previously known as "Tiger Lily"), before embarking on a solo career in 1979.

Evidence is John Foxx And The Maths’ most atmospheric and darkly percussive album so far – built around stark, late night rhythms. The ambient spaces in the music allow for experiments with textures and mood, with dreamlike echoes of Massive Attack, dub (in spirit not pastiche), Dead Can Dance and the ultra-introspective Japan. The edgy beats of the opening track ‘Personal Magnetism’ are followed by ‘Evidence’, featuring The Soft Moon’s Luis Vasquez. The slow, minimalist ‘That Sudden.

Assembly (John Foxx album). Assembly is the title of an 18-track compilation album by British recording artist John Foxx, issued in 1992. It contains tracks from the artist's first four albums – Metamatic, The Garden, The Golden Section and In Mysterious Ways as well as tracks which had not been previously issued in an album format The sleeve of "Assembly" features one o. .

All tracks written by John Foxx except Violet Bloom written by D'Agostino & Foxx, A Secret Life 7 and A Secret Life 2 written by D'Agostino, Foxx & Jansen, and Over the Mirage written by Budd, Foxx & Garcia. DVD. Maybe Tomorrow (by Karborn). Cathedral Oceans II is an album of instrumental ambient music by John Foxx. It was released in 2003 as disc two of a two disk set, the first disk being the original Cathedral Oceans album, now renamed Cathedral Oceans I. The second album follows on from the first in style and substance. The bac. mage: Cathedral Oceans II. Assembly (John Foxx album).

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