Television
Marquee Moon

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

( 1977 )- 2009 EU reissue on 180g HQ vinyl LP-Marquee Moon stands as one of rock’s most innovative releases, altering the face of punk and influencing everything from New Wave to jam-rock in the process. With multiple masterpieces...

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Release date: 15-09-2009(Originally released in 1977)

2009 EU reissue on 180g HQ vinyl LP-Marquee Moon stands as one of rock’s most innovative releases, altering the face of punk and influencing everything from New Wave to jam-rock in the process. With multiple masterpieces like "See No Evil," "Friction" and "Marquee Moon," debuts don't get much more accomplished than this!

Tracks:
A1     See No Evil
A2     Venus
A3     Friction
A4     Marquee Moon

B1     Elevation
B2     Guiding Light
B3     Prove It
B4     Torn Curtain

Television were part of the late-’70s punk nucleus that put New York’s CBGB club on the map. Although it may share a similar permeating attitude, Television's revolutionary 1977 debut Marquee Moon distinguished itself immediately from that of their New York punk contemporaries otherwise with the unconventional guitar interplay of Tom Verlaine and Richard Lloyd, Verlaine's poetic songwriting and their labyrinthine extended song structures.

Spare yet structurally complex, artistic yet unpretentious, Marquee Moon stands as one of rock’s most innovative releases, altering the face of punk and influencing everything from New Wave to jam-rock in the process. With multiple masterpieces like "See No Evil," "Friction" and "Marquee Moon," debuts don't get much more accomplished than this!

"Television were the guitar mystics on the CBGB scene, mixing the howl of the Velvet Underground, the epic song lengths of Yes and the double-helix guitar sculpture of Quicksilver Messenger Service. Their debut was as exhilarating in its lyrical ambitions as the Ramones' first album was in its brutal simplicity." - Rolling Stone/#130 on the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Rhino
Originally released: 1977
This release: 2009
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