|74-16233||The Kinks||Celluloid Heroes / Hot Potatoes (7", Single)||RCA Victor, RCA||74-16233||Netherlands||1972|
|RCA 2299||The Kinks||Celluloid Heroes (7", Promo)||RCA Victor||RCA 2299||UK||1972|
|3-10816||The Kinks||Celluloid Heroes (7", Single)||RCA Victor||3-10816||Spain||1972|
|74-16233, RCA 2299||The Kinks||Celluloid Heroes (7", Single, Sol)||RCA Victor, RCA||74-16233, RCA 2299||UK||1972|
|SRCA-88642||The Kinks||Celluloid Heroes (7", Single)||Jugoton, RCA Victor||SRCA-88642||Yugoslavia||1973|
Celluloid Heroes" is a song performed by The Kinks and written by their lead vocalist and principal songwriter, Ray Davies. It debuted on their 1972 album Everybody's in Show-Biz. The song names several famous actors of 20th century film, and also mentions Los Angeles's Hollywood Boulevard, alluding to its Hollywood Walk of Fame
Manufactured By – TELDEC Telefunken-Decca Schallplatten GmbH. Published By – Davray. 1972 on label ℗ 1973 on sleeve. Rights Society: GEMA. Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): BHPA-3258. Matrix, Runout (Label Side B): BHPA-3259. Matrix, Runout (Runout, side A, stamped): BHPA-3258 Manufactured in Germany ℗1972. Matrix, Runout (Runout, side B, stamped): BHPA-3259 Manufactured in Germany ℗1972.
Produced by Ray Davies. Album Everybody’s In Show-Biz. Celluloid Heroes Lyrics.
Oh celluloid heroes never feel any pain Oh celluloid heroes never really die. I wish my life was a non-stop Hollywood movie show, A fantasy world of celluloid villains and heroes, Because celluloid heroes never feel any pain And celluloid heroes never really die. This song can be found on the following releases: mono mix, recorded May-Jun 1972 at Morgan Studios, Willesden, London. Backtrackin' (The Definitive Double Album Collection). 12" vinyl 2-LP set (double album), 33 1/3 RPM. Celluloid Heroes/Hot Potatoes.
Lyrics to "Celluloid Heroes" song by The Kinks: Everybody's a dreamer and everybody's a star, And everybody's in movies, it doesn't matter who you . .
Released in 1976, just as the Kinks ended their notoriously uneven tenure at RCA, The Kinks' Greatest: Celluloid Heroes is a summary of their time at the label. Since they didn't have many genuine hits while at RCA, this winds up being a haphazard sampling of concept albums. Occasionally, an album is accurately represented. For instance, the selections from Muswell Hillbilles are perfect, but considering that nearly half this compilation leans on that terrific record, they would have to be. Apart from that album, the selection is decidedly hit and miss.