Category: Rock

Strange Towns - Wreckless Eric - Big Smash (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Strange Towns - Wreckless Eric - Big Smash (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. An album with a title that was certainly ironic – as it was not the one to give Wreckless Eric his long-overdue big smash – even though the singing and songwriting is every bit as great as his previous two albums for Stiff Records! Like the best on Stiff at the time – and Eric was certainly one of them – the approach here is both very individual, and very much of its time – that.
  2. Big Smash was Artist's third and final album for Stiff Records. In terms of chart position this album was Artist's most successful, peaking at #30 in the albums chart. Liner notes by renowned music journalist Terry Staunton The debut album Artist was released in June, , and the second The Wonderful World Of Wreckless followed just four months later.
  3. This two CD release features Eric's third album, Big Smash, on Disc One plus a second disc that is a compilation of hits and tracks off the first two albums. Effectively a label 'Best Of', this is the first ever release on CD, including the incredibly rare 'A Little Bit More' (recorded for the original album sessions) and two live Australian b-sides/5(9).
  4. Strange Towns; Excuse Me; Break My Mind; Good Conversation; Out of The Blue The Wonderful World of Wreckless Eric (Vinyl LP) Released in $ Add to Cart. Tracks of Disc 1 Let's Go To the Pictures; 9. Girlfriend; Crying, Waiting, Hoping; Big Smash! (Vinyl LP) Released in $ Add to Cart. Tracks of.
  5. Big Smash was Wreckless Eric’s third and final album for Stiff Records. Wreckless Eric was one of the original crop of wonderful stars on the infamous Stiff Records label, along with The Damned, Elvis Costello, Ian Dury, Nick Lowe, and a couple of years later Madness. The debut album ‘Wreckless Eric’ was released in June, , and the second ‘The Wonderful World Of Wreckless’ followed just four .
  6. Le Beat Group électrique, an Album by Wreckless Eric. Released in on New Rose (catalog no. ROSE ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Garage Rock.
  7. Digitally remastered and expanded edition. Big Smash was Wreckless Eric's third and final album for Stiff Records. Wreckless Eric was one of the original crop of wonderful stars on the infamous Stiff Records label, along with The Damned, Elvis Costello, Ian Dury, Nick Lowe, and /5(9).

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