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Generation X - The Original Generation X album mp3

  • Performer: Generation X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: The Original Generation X
  • Released: 1987
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 1198 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1241 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 909


The Final Album by Generation X under the name of Gen X in 1981.

Generation X is the first studio album by English punk rock band Generation X, released 17 March 1978 by Chrysalis Records. It was produced by Martin Rushent. One single, "Ready Steady Go", was issued in February 1978 prior to the album's release which reached in the United Kingdom's Singles Chart. Generation X was recorded at TW Studios in Fulham, West London, during November-December 1977, with the producer Martin Rushent and the engineer Alan Winstanley.

Nom de l'album The Original Generation X. Type EP. Date de parution 1987. Labels Self Produced. Style MusicalPunk-Rock. Membres possèdant cet album0. 2. Day by Day. 3. Change Our World. 4. Youth Youth Youth. 7. No No No. 8. Rockers. 9. Endless Dream of Billy Idol. Generation X. En savoir plus. Autres productions de Generation X. Live.

Generation X (album). Generation X is the debut album of Generation X produced by Martin Rushent and released in 1978. The album contained the UK hit single "Ready Steady Go" which reached No. 47 in the chart in March 1978. The album itself peaked at N. 9 on August 4. When it was originally released in the USA, it featured a different track. listing, omitting three songs and adding three songs from singles and "Gimme Some Truth", a rare studio cover of a John Lennon song. The album was later remastered and re-released in 2002 with the original UK track listing, and six bonus tracks.

Generation X (later known as Gen X) were an English punk rock/post punk band from London in the late 1970s, primarily remembered today for being the musical starting point of the career of its frontman/vocalist, Billy Idol.

Generation X were way ahead of their time. Oddly, they were often mocked in the media for being a group of good looking guys who could actually play their instruments. The songs are very solid and for that this album should be in EVERY punk collection. Billy Idol and Tony James were a great writing team and Bob Derwood Andrews provided great guitar work while Mark Laff kept a rocking drum beat. This is where things get a little confusing, the band ~DID~ release a 3rd album, but it wasn't Sweet Revenge by the original line-up. Billy Idol and Tony James were still a team but they began recording with Steve Jones (of the Sex Pistols) and Terry Chimes (of the Clash) and others. THAT version of the band released an album titled "Kiss me Deadly" which is good but has a very different sound.

Complétez votre collection Generation . It also opens from the top and although has the original catalog number on it, reads 'First published in UK by Chrysalis Records 1978' at the bottom of the back cover. Répondre Notifiez moi Helpful. I think they have a similar sound to The Skids(this album was released about a year before The Skids' first), punk but also stadium rock. Répondre Notifiez moi 1 Helpful.

This album has an average beat per minute of 109 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 74/140 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Generation X. 1. Intro. BPM Profile Generation X. Album starts at 138BPM, ends at 88BPM (-50), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.

Generation X released their first album in March 1978. The backlash began before Generation X had even put out their first album. Although the London group played fast and loud, they also had a knack for melody, and some of punk’s bands and fans weren’t certain that Generation X were the real thing. Yet the band had punk credentials – singer Billy Idol had been part of the Sex Pistols-backing "Bromley Contingent" and bassist Tony James had played with the Clash’s Mick Jones in the London .

Generation X managed to squeeze out one final album, 1981's Kiss Me Deadly (which contained the original version of a song that Idol would later cover as a solo artist and score a massive hit with, "Dancing With Myself"), before splitting up. After the group's breakup, James later turned up as a member of '80s glam-punkers Sigue Sigue Sputnik, while Idol relocated to New York and embarked on his aforementioned solo career


A1 Your Generation
A2 Day By Day
A3 Change Our World
A4 Youth Youth Youth
A5 Gimme The Truth
B1 From The Heart
B2 No No No
B3 Rockers
B4 Endless Dream Of Billy Idol
B5 Love Like Fire

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JOCK LP9 Generation X The Original Generation X ‎(LP, Comp) MBC Records JOCK LP9 UK 1987