Ciccone Youth - The Whitey Album album flac
Title: The Whitey Album
Style: Alternative Rock, Experimental
MP3 album: 1282 mb
FLAC album: 1670 mb
Other formats: AA MIDI WAV MP1 AUD TTA VQF
Genre: Electronic / Rock
All songs by Ciccone Youth (My ears! My ears!) except by Madonna (Warners Bros Music Ltd) by Robert Palmer (Island Music Lt. by Madonna/Bray (Island Music/Warner Bros Music Ltd). Blast First in association with Mute Records Limited. P + C 1988 Blast First Made in England. Matrix, Runout (Side A Runout, Hand-Etched): BFFP-28-RE-A MASTERDISK DMM R.
Ciccone Youth is an experimental band which was formed in 1986. It is a side project of Sonic Youth members Steve Shelley, Kim Gordon, Lee Ranaldo, and Thurston Moore, with the Minutemen/fIREHOSE member Mike Watt. The band never played live, but released two records.
Exclusively for Prime members. And while Ciccone Youth retains the band’s caustic experimentation, it’s distinct enough from their regular albums to justify the name change. Named after the surname of Madonna (Louise Ciccone), the band’s only album views the decade through a funhouse mirror and then breaks it into shards.
The studio album,The Whitey Album, included the previously released three tracks as well as three cover songs by other artists: "Addicted to Love" by Robert Palmer (recorded in a karaoke booth), and "Burnin' Up" and "Into the Groove" by Madonna. On 1987's Sister, Sonic Youth continued refining their blend of pop song structures with uncompromising experimentalism. In 1990, Sonic Youth released Goo, their first album for Geffen. The album featured the single "Kool Thing" on which Public Enemy's Chuck D made a guest appearance.
The Whitey Album is also an off-hand reference to the band's desire to cover The Beatles' self-titled album in it's entirety, something that I would truly love to hear. These ideas can be found as early as March 1986, during the recording sessions of EVOL, where Sonic Youth intended a few tracks to be included on a Madonna tribute 7" that apparently never happened. The basic sound of The Whitey Album can only be summed up in a listing of crap contained within the songs: drum machines, beat boxing, freestyle rapping, noise collages, Madonna covers, rickety percussion, and general artistic hilarity. Needle Gun" opens the album with percussive clanks, static, and tuneless mumbling, and is followed by a minute of silence appropriately listed as "(silence)". G-Force", like many of the songs on the album, features Fly Fly Away's confusing psuedo-rants that are more artistically retarded than intelligent.
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A6||Me + Jill / Hendrix Cosby||5:30|
Written-By – Madonna
|B2||Children Of Satan / Third Fig||3:06|
|B3||Two Cool Rock Chicks Listening To Neu
Featuring [Red Head] – Suzanne SasicGuitar – J Mascis
|B4||Addicted To Love
Written-By – Robert Palmer
|B6||March Of The Ciccone Robots||1:57|
|B7||Making The Nature Scene
Written-By – Sonic Youth
|B8||Tuff Titty Rap||0:39|
|B9||Into The Groove(y)
Engineer – Martin BisiWritten-By – Madonna, Steve Bray*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Blast First
- Copyright (c) – Blast First
- Marketed By – Enigma Records
|7 75402-1||Ciccone Youth||The Whitey Album (LP, Album)||Enigma Records , Blast First||7 75402-1||US||1989|
|GA-289||Ciccone Youth||The Whitey Album (LP, Album)||Gasa, Blast First||GA-289||Spain||1989|
|B0006132-02||Ciccone Youth||The Whitey Album (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Geffen Records||B0006132-02||US||2006|
|DIDI 130, Di Di 130||Ciccone Youth||The Whitey Album (LP, Album)||Di Di Music, Di Di Music, Blast First, Blast First||DIDI 130, Di Di 130||Greece||1989|
|BFFP 28C||Ciccone Youth||The Whitey Album (Cass, Album)||Blast First||BFFP 28C||UK||1989|