Rupert Hine - The Wildest Wish To Fly album flac
Title: The Wildest Wish To Fly
Style: New Wave, Synth-pop
MP3 album: 1523 mb
FLAC album: 1798 mb
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CHORUS: How could the boy so in love with war planes Have seen his first flight shot down in flames He was just a dreamer With the wildest wish to fly I was not the fighter No one shoots to spill my blood But while this night rages so violently The hawk circles above And he was just a dreamer With a conscience.
The 1983 LP Wildest Wish to Fly closed Rupert Hine's early-'80s solo output. The album took another step toward more conventional pop songs. The lush production, intelligent lyrics, and precise songcrafting qualities of Hine still make it an enjoyable record, but the weird sounds, bleak atmospheres, and daring artistic choices found on the 1981 Immunity are now history. The best moments are found in "No Yellow Heart," "Victim of Wanderlust," and the title track.
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||No Yellow Heart
Drums – Michael Dawe, Rupert Hine, Trevor MoraisGuitar – James West-Oram*
|A2||Blue Flame (Melt The Ice)||4:15|
|A3||I Hang On To My Vertigo||4:53|
|A4||Firefly In The Night||4:04|
|A5||A Golden Age
Drums [Additional] – Michael Dawe
Lead Vocals [Additional] – Marianne Faithfull
Lead Vocals [Additional] – Robert Palmer
|B3||Living In Sin
Lead Vocals [Additional] – Robert PalmerWoodwind – Ollie W. Tayler
|B4||The Most Dangerous Of Men
Guitar – James West-Oram*Vocals [Chant] – Robert Palmer, Rupert Hine
|B5||The Wildest Wish To Fly
Percussion [Bottles] – Ollie W. TaylerVocals [Coda] – Robert Palmer
- Arranged By – Rupert Hine
- Artwork – Jeannette Obstoj*
- Guitar – Phil Palmer (tracks: A1 to A3, A5, B1, B5)
- Lyrics By – Jeannette Obstoj*
- Mastered By – Arun Chakraverty, Greg Calbi
- Music By – Rupert Hine
- Photography By – Chris Parker
- Producer – Rupert Hine, Stephen W. Tayler
NotesRecorded and mixed at Farmyard Studios, Buckinghamshire, England
Mastered at the Master Room UK and at Sterling Sound, New York
Printed in U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7567-90181-4
|AMLH 68556||Rupert Hine||The Wildest Wish To Fly (LP, Album)||A&M Records||AMLH 68556||Europe||1983|
|L 38007, AMLH 68556||Rupert Hine||The Wildest Wish To Fly (LP, Album)||A&M Records, A&M Records||L 38007, AMLH 68556||Australia||1983|
|ILPS 9747||Rupert Hine||The Wildest Wish To Fly (LP, Album)||Island Records||ILPS 9747||UK||1983|
|396 987-2||Rupert Hine||The Wildest Wish To Fly (CD, Album, RM)||A&M Records||396 987-2||Germany||1991|
|AIRAC-1583||Rupert Hine||The Wildest Wish To Fly (CD, Album, RE, Min)||Air Mail Archive||AIRAC-1583||Japan||2010|