Roxy Music
Roxy Music

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

( 1972 ) - 2008 EU repressed on 180g LP= Simultaneously embracing kitschy glamour and avant-pop, Roxy Music's self-titled debut shimmers with seductive style and pulsates with disturbing synthetic textures. Bryan Ferry tracks out his nightclub glamour-boy

Label:  EMI-Captital 
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Release date: 30-10-2008(Originally released in 1972)

2008 EU repressed on 180g LP= Simultaneously embracing kitschy glamour and avant-pop, Roxy Music's self-titled debut shimmers with seductive style and pulsates with disturbing synthetic textures. Bryan Ferry tracks out his nightclub glamour-boy persona here and his wandering vibratos sail over Brian Eno's atonal flourishes, but what really makes Roxy Music such a confident, astonishing debut is how these primitive avant-garde tendencies are married to full-fledged songs, whether it's the free-form, structure-bending "Remake/Remodel" or the sleek glam of "Virginia Plain."

Tracks:
A1 Remake/Re-Model
A2 Ladytron
A3 If There Is Something
A4 2 H.B.

B1 The Bob (Medley)
B2 Chance Meeting
B3 Would You Believe?
B4 Sea Breezes
B5 Bitters End

Falling halfway between musical primitivism and art rock ambition Roxy Musics eponymous debut remains a startling rendition of rocks boundaries Simultaneously embracing kitschy glamour and avantpop Roxy Music shimmers with seductive style and pulsates with disturbing synthetic textures Although no musician demonstrates much technical skill at this point they are driven by boundless imagination Brian Enos synthesized treatments exploit electronic instruments as electronics instead of trying to shoehorn them into conventional acoustic patterns- All Music Guide

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: EMI-Captital
Originally released: 1972
This release: 2008
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