“White Power – The Most Updated Unpolitically Correct Beatles Album”, is an unofficial Beatles album. It has been released with differently coloured vinyls. On this page is the release on Black Vinyl.
According to the album back cover, the recordings are from “Twickenham Sessions 3 until 14 January 1969”, “Apple Studio Session 22 until 26 January 1969”.
Abbey Road is the eleventh released studio album by English rock band The Beatles and their last recorded. Though “Let It Be” was the last album released before the band’s dissolution in 1970, work on Abbey Road began in April 1969. Abbey Road was released on 26 September 1969 in the United Kingdom, and 1 October 1969 in the United States. It was produced and orchestrated by George Martin for Apple Records. Geoff Emerick was engineer, Alan Parsons was assistant engineer, and Tony Banks was tape operator.
“Abbey Road” is regarded as one of The Beatles’ most tightly constructed albums, although the band was barely operating as a functioning unit at the time. Rolling Stone placed it at number 14 on its list of “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time”. In 2009, readers of the magazine also named Abbey Road the greatest Beatles album.
ART OF NOISE Who’s Afraid of the Art of Noise
Art of Noise‘s first full album, (Who’s Afraid Of?) The Art of Noise!, consolidated the future shock of the earlier EPs and singles in one entertaining and often frightening and screwed-up package. Rarely has something aiming for modern pop status also sought to destroy and disturb so effectively. The most legendary song is still “Close (To the Edit),” benefiting not merely from the innovative video but from its strong funk groove and nutty sense of humor in the mostly lyric-less vocals, not to mention the “hey!” vocal hook the Prodigy would sample for “Firestarter
Titles include BEAT BOX and moments in love, working titles for art of noise’s first album included: Beat Box, Worship, Snapshots and the Movement of Desire, But the Art Of Noise suddenly realised…
ZTT (Zang Tuum Tumb) Records, 1984, 2060492, Made in West Germany
Photography Anton Corbijn
|In Visible Silence. This album spawned the Grammy Award-winning cover of the Peter Gunntheme, recorded with twangy guitar legend Duane Eddy, who had a huge hit, years earlier, with Peter Gunn in 1959. The Art of Noise collaboration reached number two on the Billboard dance charts. The Peter Gunn video featured comedian Rik Mayall sending up the private eye. From this same album, the “Beat Box”-like single, “Legs,” was a mild underground hit in dance clubs, and in 1986, “Paranoimia” achieved some success when a remix of it was released as a single with overdubbed vocal samples provided by the supposedly computer-generated character Max Headroom.|
|Music Genre:||Alternative SynthPop / New Wave|
|The album: “ART OF NOISE feat Duane Eddy – Peter Gunn extended version” was produced by: The Art of NoiseAlbum cover design: John Pasche|
|Record Label:||RCA Music Ltd, Chrysalis Records Ltd, China Records WOK X 6|
|Record Format||12″ LP Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record|
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 230 gram
|Year & Country||Made in UK|