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Secondary Modern - Elvis Costello & The Attractions - Get Happy! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 Reply to “ Secondary Modern - Elvis Costello & The Attractions - Get Happy! (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Faugami says:
    Product description. Audio CD bolbatagastzenrecharcmysqnitualhygu.coinfo Costello continued his most-prolific-man-alive act with the track Get Happy!!, his fourth album in 30 bolbatagastzenrecharcmysqnitualhygu.coinfo says what he has to say and shuts up--only a small handful of cuts approach or go over the three-minute mark--often in a /5(33).
  2. Dutaxe says:
    Elvis Costello (from the liner notes): "Several of the songs on "Get Happy" had been played on the mysteriously named "Armed Funk Tour" in the spring of , our last American trip for over two years/5(34).
  3. Kir says:
    Apr 20,  · Get Happy! This release by Elvis Costello & The Attractions is a wonderful new wave album with lots of great songs. Elvis’ distinctive vocals carry throughout the recordings with the precise enunciation, distinctive phrasing and impassioned emotion that he is known for and which have made his music so very popular/5(K).
  4. Mirn says:
    Elvis Costello & The Attractions was a critically acclaimed pop and rock band formed by English musican Elvis Costello in Producing famous work in the genres of punk and new wave music, it also contained Steve Nieve (ne Nason) on keyboards, Pete Thomas on drums, and Bruce Thomas (no relation) on bass. Costello recorded and toured solidly with them until , when he disbanded them .
  5. Aralkree says:
    Declan Patrick MacManus, OBE (born 25 August ), known professionally as Elvis Costello, is an English post-punk singer-songwriter. He has won multiple awards in his career, including Grammy Awards in and , and has twice been nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male Artist. In , he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
  6. Mooguran says:
    About “Get Happy!!” While the ads trumpted 20 new songs on a single LP – a not-unimpressive engineering feat for – the music press was was delighting in tearing Elvis Costello a new one.
  7. Kazilrajas says:
    This album really throws the bagginess of all Costello’s work from Spike on into sharp relief. His late ‘80s, early ‘90s albums just go and go and go - even Brutal Youth, the best one I’ve heard so far, has four or five tracks too bolbatagastzenrecharcmysqnitualhygu.coinfo, nobody in their right minds could accuse Get Happy! of bloat. Yeah, it’s got twenty songs, but every single one of them zips by in fine style.
  8. Zurisar says:
    Elvis Costello Get Happy records, LPs and CDs.

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