Belfast Child - Simple Minds - Street Fighting Years (Cassette, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Y, Dolby System Cassette release of Street Fighting Years on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - CS,Virgin - CS • Format: Cassette Album Y, Dolby System • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock, Synth-pop.
  2. Jan 16,  · Street Fighting Years was a creative triumph for Simple Minds and attained the remarkable commercial achievement of securing a number one single with a song almost seven-minutes in length. Although, as ever with Simple Minds there is hope and optimism, also present is a wistfulness on an album that captures, and is a reminder of, the end of one of the most tumultuous .
  3. Nobody who has been a serious Simple Minds fan can think that Street Fighting Years is the best this band produced. This album IMHO is the final end of them as a contemporary rock band – a descent evident from the mids and the bloated, pompous, stadium rock of ‘Once Upon a Time’.
  4. The band maintains the quality of a good pop rock. The best known and perhaps best songs are "Mandela Day" and "Belfast Child", with a mention for the version of "Biko" that is written by Peter Gabriel. The other tracks are good too. "Street Fighting Years" shows Simple Minds a little more thoughtful and attentive to the movements around. Very /5().
  5. Includes "Street Fighting Years" cassette Radio 1 Special interview cassettes & 64 page songbook. Special thanks to: Stewart Copeland - "The Rhythmatist", Lou Reed for cameo vocal on "This Is Your Land" (courtesy of Sire/WEA Records) "Street Fighting Years" song written in memory of Victor Jara/5(2).
  6. Street Fighting Years is the eighth album by Simple Minds, released in Produced by Trevor Horn and Stephen Lipson, it includes the No1 single ‘Belfast Child’. Release Date: 8th May BUY FROM SIMPLE MINDS SHOP BUY FROM AMAZON.
  7. Street Fighting Years, released in May and produced by Trevor Horn (and Stephen Lipson) was Simple Minds’ eighth studio album. Recorded in Scotland between and , during a period of personnel changes within the band, Street Fighting Years was a departure from the band’s previous sound. While still maintaining the Arena Rock sound the band were known for, they moved away from.
  8. Street Fighting Years, an Album by Simple Minds. Released 8 May on Virgin (catalog no. MINDSCD01; CD). Genres: Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Jim Kerr (vocals), Charlie Burchill (acoustic guitar, electric guitar), Michael MacNeil (keyboards, piano, accordion), Mel Gaynor (drums), John Giblin (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Stephen Lipson (producer, aka_text {bass guitar.

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