Curse (The Legendary Pink Dots album). Redirected from Curse (Legendary Pink Dots album)). Curse is a 1983 album by The Legendary Pink Dots. D'Archangel (Edward Ka-Spel) – vocals, glox. Stret Majest (Barry Gray) – guitars, prazhada. Prüümptje Jüste (Roland Calloway) – bass, suste glox. Aradia (April Iliffe) – keyboards, occ. vocal, glox. Keith Thompson – drums, vocal.
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This is a detailed list of releases by the European band The Legendary Pink Dots. As of 2012, they have released 32 studio albums, 52 live albums and compilations, and 14 singles. Their first release was the cassette Only Dreaming in 1981, initially limited to 10 copies only, each with their own, hand-made cover. After a few more cassette-only releases, Brighter Now saw the light of day in the following year, as their first 'proper' album.
Band Name The Legendary Pink Dots. 版公司 Soleilmoon Terminal Kaleidoscope. Other productions from The Legendary Pink Dots. Seconds Late for the Brighton Line.
Although the Legendary Pink Dots' discography runs back to 1981, 1983's Curse LP marks the point of intersection between the factors that will really generate the LPD sound: a song-focused set (unlike Basilisk, for instance) with a good balance between pop arrangements and sonic experiments, and decent sound quality (unlike on Brighter Now or Only Dreaming). Many fans will prefer making Curse their furthest reach into the group's catalog than going deeper, into what could be labeled "very early material
Brighter Now is a 1982 album by The Legendary Pink Dots. The album was rereleased in 2008. Shadow Weaver is a 1992 album by The Legendary Pink Dots. Personnel - Edward Ka-Spel - Silverman - Niels van Hoornblower - Martijn van Kleer - Ryan Moore - Additional personnel - Patrick Q-Wright - Vincent Hoedt – engineer - X-Ra. mage: Shadow Weaver album art. Malachai (album).
Curse is a 1983 album by The Legendary Pink Dots. 3 Additional personnel.
|A2||Wall Purges Night||4:16|
|B1||Waving At The Aeroplanes||3:07|
|B4||The Palace Of Love||2:57|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – In Phaze Records
- Copyright (c) – In Phaze Music
- Pressed By – MPO
- Mastered At – Utopia Studios
- Bass, Performer [Suste Glox] – Prüümptje Jüste
- Drums [Additional], Vocals [Additional] – Keith Thompson
- Engineer – Pat Bermingham
- Flute [Additional], Voice [Additional] – Sally Graves
- Guitar, Performer [Prazhda] – Stret Majest
- Keyboards, Vocals [Occasional], Performer [Glox] – Aradia
- Percussion [Extra As Additional] – Pazhklah Zzäppp
- Synthesizer, Performer [Malvezh], Percussion – The Silverman
- Vocals, Electronics, Performer [Glox] – D'Archangel
NotesThis first initial release by "In Phaze" is limited to 2500 copies.
℗ 1983 In Phaze Records.
© 1983 In Phaze Music.
Made in France.
XIII Curse - Prepare yourself....
The Legendary Pink Dots - Sing while you may....
Catalog# on rear cover and spine: "PHA 2"
Catalog# on label: "Pha 2"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): PHA 2 A1 PROZHTET MILlTAT [Lyre Symbol] MPO
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): PHA 2 B1 KLAZH [Lyre Symbol] MPO
|none||Legendary Pink Dots*||Curse (8xFile, FLAC, Album, RM)||Not On Label (The Legendary Pink Dots Self-Released)||none||Netherlands||2012|
|SPV TK024||The Legendary Pink Dots||Curse (Cass, Album, RE)||SPV Poland||SPV TK024||Poland||Unknown|
|L 0112||The Legendary Pink Dots||Curse (CD, Album, RE)||Big Blue Records||L 0112||Poland||2002|
|TK 002-CD||The Legendary Pink Dots||Curse (CD, Album)||Terminal Kaleidoscope||TK 002-CD||Belgium||1988|
|none||Legendary Pink Dots*||Curse (8xFile, ALAC, Album, RE, RM)||Not On Label (The Legendary Pink Dots Self-Released)||none||Netherlands||2012|