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Times, The - Pop goes Art!
Times, The - Pop goes Art!
Performer: Times, The
Title: Pop goes Art!
Label: Whammy Records
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2293 mb | MP3 size: 1115 mb | WMA size: 2341 mb
Genre: Other
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Pop Goes Art is the debut album of English band the Times. It was recorded in the summer of 1981 and released in 1982. A previous album, Go with the Times was recorded in November 1980, but not issued until 1985. Side A. Picture Gallery. Biff Bang Pow. It's Time. If Now Is the Answer. A New Arrangement. Looking at the World Through Dark Shades. I Helped Patrick McGoohan Escape. Album 1982 18 Songs. Listen free to The Times Pop Goes Art Picture Gallery, Biff. Pop Goes Art. Play album. The Times were a British rock band of the 1980s and 1990s with Ed Ball as its prominent figure. Ball, obsessed with 1960Listen free to The Times Pop Goes Art Picture Gallery, Biff Bang Pow and more. 11 tracks 41:24. Get album. Ball, obsessed with 1960 read more. There are at least three musical bands, artists called The Times, including two British 'mod' groups: one from the original mod movement of the 1960s, the other one from the & read more. Pop Goes Art is a music album by The Times released in 1982. Pop Goes Art is ranked 61,740th in the overall chart, 7,644th in the 1980s, and 778th in the year 1982. THE TIMES - Pop Goes Art New Sealed Vinyl LP Record Television Personalities Condition: New. Time left: 5d 11h 18m 24s Ships to: Worldwide. Pop Goes Art Melody In Mono. Miss London. 19 dicembre 2011. riferendosi a Pop Goes Art, LP, Album, LP 01. Rispondi Avvertimi Helpful. Pop Goes Art, 2008. The Times. Picture Gallery, 03:36. It's Time, 02:43. If Now Is the Answer, 03:47. A New Arrangement, 03:09. Looking At the World Through Dark Shades, 03:35. Pop Goes Art, 02:41. Miss London, 03:59. Easy As Pie, 04:26. Opus Live Is Life. Radio Caprice - Pop music 80's. The Weeknd Can't Feel My Face. Radio HM. In the LP era, album art was a crucial component of marketing and aesthetic identity. There was enough space to be striking, and a big enough canvas to let eccentricity reign. The CD era shrunk the size down, but still emphasized the importance of a visual hallmark, requiring designers to make a big statement in a smaller space. Now, the album cover is often just a tiny square on a screen. Occasionally its not even an image at all. On this weeks Popcast, a conversation about recent trends in album art, from logo size to photo resolution, and a look back at some iconic album art designers o. Or consider a donation . Pop Goes Art The Times. Released: Jan 1982