Engineer – David WrenchEngineer [Additional Recording] – Rob*
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|A3||Moment In Time|
|A4||Lovers In The Rain|
|B3||Seasons Of The Change|
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|STATUES1, STATUES3||The Open||Statues (CD, Album, Promo)||Loog, Loog||STATUES1, STATUES3||UK||2005|
Disc states catalog as "STATUES3". Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.
This is the discography of the British rock band Status Quo. They have released around 100 singles and have spent over 400 weeks in the UK Singles Chart - longer than The Beatles. They are one of the most successful bands of all time in the UK. Their most recent album, Aquostic II – That's a Fact!, was released in 2016. For a full list of the band's songs, see List of songs by Status Quo. 1977 Tokyo Quo (Japan release only).
Another heartbreak album, another triumph. During the recording of ‘Statues’, The Open’s Steven Bayley split from his long-term girlfriend. Upsetting for them, but great news for us. The Open always sounded huge, but manageably huge in an early U2 and The Verve way rather than anything too exciting. The Open have never lacked ambition, but you still have to applaud ‘Forever’, a gravity-free piece that combines Miles Davis-like trumpet with spectral piano chords and precious few words. First single, ‘We Can Never Say Goodbye’ ( Curtain’s coming down.
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Statues is the fourth and final studio album by the Anglo-Irish electronic duo Moloko, released on 3 March 2003 by Echo Records. Press alt +, to open this menu. The song "Statues" implies isolation in the absence of a distant or departed lover. With its evident theme of dissolving romance,
Statues is the fourth and final studio album by English-Irish electronic music duo Moloko. It was released on 3 March 2003 by The Echo Label. Studio album by. Moloko. Non-album tracks Another track appearing to be from this period, initially titled "Emotional Bankruptcy", was retitled "Bankrupt Emotionally" for its appearance on the 2006 greatest hits collection Catalogue. In contrast to the tragic view of love on Statues, the song "Take My Hand", a relatively upbeat love song, was an outtake. The song had a prominent brass scoring, jazz-funk bass line and wistful piano, as well as a confident multi-tracked delivery by Murphy that displays her extraordinary vocal technique.
February 5 2006, 12:00am, The Sunday Times. Their 2004 debut, which critics loved for its unabashed indebtedness to Talk Talk, early U2 and Tears for Fears, faltered commercially. But if dashed hopes tripped the Open's singer, Steven Bayley, up creatively, here he is, on the beautiful opening track, Forever, sounding positively celestial.