Title: The Speed Of Life
Label: Geffen Records
Style: New Wave, Indie Rock
Cat: GEF 39T, 920 968-0, GEF 39 (T), 920968-0
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2794 mb | MP3 size: 2094 mb | WMA size: 2144 mb
|1||The Speed Of Life (LP Version)||4:07|
|2||I Love You, You Bastard||5:27|
|3||The Boy Who Sees Everything||4:35|
|4||Death Of Imagination (LP Version)||3:49|
|GEF 39, 927 842-7||The Sun And The Moon||The Speed Of Life (7")||Geffen Records, Geffen Records||GEF 39, 927 842-7||UK||1988|
- Producer – CJ (tracks: A1 to B1), The Sun And The Moon
- Written-By – Andy Clegg, Andy Whitaker, John Lever, Mark Burgess
A1 & A2: From the LP 924182-1 "The Sun And The Moon"
B1 & B2: Previously unreleased
℗ 1988 The David Geffen Company.
© 1988 The David Geffen Company.
Some with additional 'promo' sticker.
- Barcode: 0 75992 09680 5
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): GEF 39 (T) A
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): GEF 39 (T) B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): GEF+39+TA ORLAKE
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): GEF+39+TB ORLAKE
- Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM
- Record Company – Warner Communications
- Distributed By – WEA Records Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – The David Geffen Company
- Copyright (c) – The David Geffen Company
- Pressed By – Orlake Records
- Published By – St. Annes Music Ltd.
50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс The Sun And The Moon - Speed Of LifeYouTube. 2: Sun and the Moon is the debut studio album by English post-punk band the Sun and the Moon, featuring Mark Burgess and John Lever both previously of the Chameleons, released in 1988 by record label Geffen. I'd find a lover, but I don't know how, So I stand there feeling awkward and beating my brow How I hate the Hacienda The coversation and the company's cruel All night slither 'round try to outcool All the other poor pretenders. I, I can't seem to get myself anywhere I'm so sad and sadness, it seems, it's everywhere But I forget all of this when I hear you sing Here's to the boy who sees everything. The Speed Of Life. This song is by The Sun And The Moon and appears on the album Le Soleil, La Lune 1988. StarsSoft whispers by a fireTwo lovers talking endlesslyThe desires and hopesOf adolescent innocenceI see it allYes I recallSuch pure and precious memoriesDreaming of the thingsThat can never came beOh how I wish that I could beAs content as the next boyDowning his bitterDiscussing the snooker. The Great Escape. The Sun and The Moon. 3,138 listeners. Andy Whitaker of the band has a solo album featuring SATM band mate Andy Clegg called THINGS THAT HAPPENED ON EARTThe Great Escape. 4 more albums featuring this track. Andy Whitaker of the band has a solo album featuring SATM band mate Andy Clegg called THINGS THAT HAPPENED ON EART read more. The Sun and the Moon were Mark Burgess and John Lever of The Chameleons, and Andy Clegg and Andy Whitaker of Music for Aborigines, with both Andys on guitars. The group formed in 1987 out a read more. When the Moon and the Sun returned, they were appalled by the devastation that greeted them. They pleaded desperately with their people, but to no avail. Unable to make themselves heard, the Sun and the Moon retreated from the battlefield, sitting together in deepest despair. The war raged on, but neither side would admit defeat, and soon even the Wind grew sick of the chaos he had wrought. O Sun, sighed the Moon, I am so very weary of these battles. The four piece managed just one eponymous album, before Burgess left to pursue solo projects, with the other members becoming Weaveworld. Seiten: MySpace. Spiraling guitars illuminate The Speed of Life, wherein Burgess finds solace in the bittersweet years of his adolescence: yes I recallsuch pure and precious memoriesdreaming of the thingsthat never came to be. Speed Limit. Artist: Sun And Moon. Album: Techno Junkies, 2015. Has been played on. Russia 2. Radio Caprice - Post-punk, No wave. Now playing: The Weeknd Blinding Lights. Варненское Радио. Losing My Religion. I'm light years away The speed of life in this place I just feel light years away. Robotically I hear the words All you see is all you are Fodder for the factory If you can find one There's your destiny In the ring-room Is your destiny In the ring-room. So I watch the others grow I must admire such confidence Coping with the things I always sing about So secure So very sure Or is it just reflectory Can they be as happy As they seem to be