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Spike is the 12th studio album by the British rock singer and songwriter Elvis Costello, released on compact disc as Warner Brothers 25848. It was his first album for the label. It peaked at No. 5 on the UK album chart. It also reached No. 32 on the Billboard 200 thanks to the single and his most notable American hit, "Veronica," which reached No. 19 on the Billboard Hot 100 and N. on the US Modern Rock chart. 32 on the Billboard 200 thanks to the single and his most notable American hit, Veronica, which reached No. In 1987, Costello began writing with Paul McCartney for the latter’s Flowers in the Dirt album. They composed a dozen songs together, which showed up on multiple albums by McCartney and Costello. Two of those songs appear on this album, Pads, Paws and Claws and the hit single Veronica. As his first album for a new label, in his own words Costello had the budget of a small independent movie, and having in mind the blueprint for five different albums, decided to make all of them.
The Best of Elvis Costello and the Attractions. The Best of Elvis Costello and the Attractions is a 1985 compilation album, the first of what would be many career-spanning compilation albums of previously released material for Costello. All songs written by Elvis Costello except as indicated. Alison" (from My Aim Is True, 1977) – 3:22. Watching the Detectives" (from single, 1978) – 3:41.
Spike - Elvis Costello album - was created in 1987. When was Live at the El Mocambo - Elvis Costello album - created? Live at the El Mocambo - Elvis Costello album - was created on 1993-10-12. Yes, Elvis Costello took many drugs during his career - he said during the making of his album "Get Happy!!" he was doing a combination of alcoholic drinks, powders and hard whiskeys and rums. He was known to notoriously take cocaine.
Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Nom du groupe Elvis Costello. Nom de l'album Spike. Date de parution 1989. Labels Warner Music Group. Membres possèdant cet album3. 7. Tramp the Dirt Down.
Mockingly billing himself as "the Beloved Entertainer" on the album's front cover, there's nevertheless a real sense of showbiz pizzazz here, as he tries on a little bit of everything. You like Costello the soul singer? Try "Deep Dark Truthful Mirror," recorded with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band
|A1||Let Them All Talk|
|A5||Watching The Detectives|
|B1||Everyday I Write The Book|
|B2||The Only Flame In Town|
|B3||Getting Mighty Crowded|
|B5||Pump It Up|
NotesRecorded live at the Tower in Philadelphia, Pa.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 739175
|SW 120||Elvis Costello*||Elvis Costello Live (Unlicensed) (CD, Unofficial)||SW||SW 120||Australia||1994|
|imt 900.141||Elvis Costello||Live USA (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Imtrat||imt 900.141||Germany||Unknown|
|BM 040||Elvis Costello||Writing My Story (CD, Unofficial)||Beech Marten Records||BM 040||Italy||1991|
|LLRCD 120||Elvis Costello||Every Day I Write A Book (CD, Unofficial)||Living Legend Records||LLRCD 120||Italy||1991|