Taste is the first studio album by The Telescopes, released in 1989 on What Goes On. After What Goes On folded, the album was re-released in 1990 by Cheree, and later released in 2006 by Rev-Ola to include live versions of "There Is No Floor", Sadness Pale, Threadbare and Suicide. All songs written by Stephen Lawrie. Produced by Richard Formby and Engineered by Ken MacPherson and Chris Bell at The Track Station, Burton-upon-Trent.
Welcome to the 11th studio album from The Telescopes, their third for Tapete. Consisting of eight new songs and incantations that form a series of sonic convulsions stretching the parameters of intuitive composition to the point of auditory illusion. Exploding Head Syndrome (EHS) is the name given by John. Although the basic ingredients of The Telescopes’ music haven’t really changed, it is Stephen’s willingness to experiment with texture and tone yet stick with the basic craft of writing a good song that makes the lonely furrow he is ploughing one that is well worth following. This shit is sleepy heroin couch blues. And, true to form, these are some pretty unreal noises best listened to upon waking or when you’re about to go to sleep. Brightly Off-Coloured Discophile- Album A Day). Christopher Nosnibor- ).
The Telescopes – The Telescopes. Label: Creation Records – CRECD 079. Format: CD, Album, Digipak. Country: UK. Released: 25 May 1992. Producer – The Telescopes. Producer, Engineer, Piano – Guy Fixsen. Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Written-By – Stephen Lawrie. Vocals, Guitar – Joanna Doran.
The Telescopes (Official). beyond the realm of natural vision.
The Telescopes : The Telescopes,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Дата релиза Май 1992. Лейблы Creation Records. Produced by Richard Formby. Recorded at The Track Station. Музыкальный стильNoise Rock. Владельцы этого альбома0.
BPM Profile The Telescopes. Album starts at 94BPM, ends at 88BPM (-6), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Telescopes. Exploding Head Syndrome.
The Telescopes is the second studio album by English alternative rock band The Telescopes, released in 1992 on Creation Records. It has been referred to by the title High'r 'n' High'r (or fully Higher and Higher), due to said text appearing on the original album cover. The album was reissued in 2004 by Rev-Ola with the title Untitled Second and featuring bonus tracks "dnaanb" and "Tornado. All tracks written by Stephen Lawrie.
|2||High On Fire||3:11|
|3||You Set My Soul||3:43|
|5||The Presence Of Your Grace||3:24|
|10||Please Tell Mother||3:46|
|11||To The Shore||2:47|
- Artwork [Computer And Screens] – Andrew Sutton
- Artwork [Paint And Cardboard] – Paul Cannell
- Bass – Robert Brooks
- Cello – Margaret Fiedler (tracks: 10)
- Drums, Percussion – Dominic Dillon
- Guitar [Lead] – David Fitzgerald
- Photography By – Martin Lawrie , Simon Robins
- Piano – Ed Ball* (tracks: 3)
- Producer – The Telescopes
- Producer, Engineer, Piano – Guy Fixsen
- Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Written-By – Stephen Lawrie
- Vocals, Guitar [Rhythm] – Joanna Doran
NotesRecorded at Protocol, London Nov. 1991 to Feb. 1992
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 6692-57564-2 1
|INT 848.918, CRECD 079||The Telescopes||The Telescopes (CD, Album, Dig)||Creation Records, Creation Records||INT 848.918, CRECD 079||Germany||1992|
|WK 57564||The Telescopes||The Telescopes (CD, Album)||Creation Records, Tristar Music||WK 57564||US||1992|
|CRREV 81||The Telescopes||# Untitled Second (CD, Album, RE)||Rev-Ola||CRREV 81||UK||2004|
|CRE LP 079||The Telescopes||The Telescopes (Cass, Advance, Album, Promo, Chr)||Creation Records||CRE LP 079||UK||1992|
|CCRE079||The Telescopes||The Telescopes (Cass, Album)||Creation Records||CCRE079||UK||1992|