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Strontium 90 - Freedom / Why? album flac

Strontium 90 - Freedom / Why? album flac Performer: Strontium 90
Title: Freedom / Why?
Style: House
Released: 1989
MP3 album: 1522 mb
FLAC album: 1514 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Genre: Electronic

Strontium 90 was the name of a short-lived 1977 British band with members Mike Howlett (lead bass, vocals), Sting (bass, vocals), Stewart Copeland (drums), and Andy Summers (guitar). The band is most notable for introducing Summers to Sting and Copeland, as this trio would go on to massive success as The Police. The band was formed in mid-1977 by Howlett after he quit Gong and recruited Sting and Summers to participate in a new project.

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Strontium 90: Police Academy is the only album by Strontium 90, released by Mike Howlett in 1997. This album consists of live tracks recorded at Gong's reunion concert in Paris on 28 May 1977, five studio tracks recorded in London just before the concert, and Sting's solo demo of "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic". The back cover of the album falsely claims that these recordings "resulted in the birth of The Police.

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Michael, who died on Sunday aged 53, had requested the models after seeing the same five pose for fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh's iconic Vogue cover. What follows are smoldering scenes of the models, lip-syncing to the then 27-year-old's third single off his "Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1" album. Campbell, Evangelista, Turlington and Crawford would later sing along to "Freedom! '90" to close Versace's Fall/Winner 1991 runway. 25 years later, this video - and not my magazine covers - is what people mention the most when they approach me on the street. It's pretty incredible," Evangelista told Harper's Bazaar during the 25th anniversary of the video's debut.

Strontium 90 (2). Profile: Gordon Matthew Sumner (vocals, bass, guitar) Andy Summers (guitar) Mike Howlett (bass) Stewart Copeland (drums, percussion).

Freedom! '90" was one of a few uptempo songs on this album. It was a major hit and peaked at number 8 on the United States Billboard Hot 100. The song refers to Michael's past success with Wham!, yet also shows a new side of himself as a new man, who is more cynical about the music business than he had been before. Michael refused to appear in the video and allowed a group of supermodels to appear instead. Michael performed this song, alongside his 2012 single "White Light", during the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics. It was the second US single from the album Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1, and had contrasting fortunes on each side of the Atlantic-it peaked number 28 on the UK Singles Chart, but was a major success on the US Billboard Hot 100, reaching number 8 and selling over 500,000 copies to earn a Gold certification from the RIAA.

Tracklist

A Freedom (Mix 1)
AA1 Why?
AA2 Freedom (Mix 2)