Download Generation X - Valley Of The Dolls
|1||The Prime Of Kenny Silvers (Part Two)||3:22|
|3||Love Like Fire||3:02|
|4||Running With The Boss Sound|
Composed By – Andrews
|5||The Prime Of Kenny Silvers (Part One)||3:55|
|8||Night Of The Cadillacs||3:20|
|10||Valley Of The Dolls||3:34|
- Art Direction – Peter Wagg
- Bass – Tony James
- Composed By – Idol, James
- Design – Janusz Guttner
- Drums – Mark Laff
- Engineer – Gary Edwards
- Guitar [Guitars] – Bob 'Derwood' Andrews
- Management – Stewart Joseph
- Photography [Inner Bag Photography] – L.F.I.
- Photography By [Generation X Sleeve Photography] – Rod Delroy
- Photography By [Inner Bag Photography] – Paul Cox
- Photography By [Sleeve Photography] – Paddy Eckersley
- Producer – Ian Hunter
- Vocals – Billy Idol, Bob 'Derwood' Andrews, Mark Laff, Tony James
Includes printed inner sleeve with track lyrics, photographs of Generation X and additional credits.
The tracks 'The Prime Of Kenny Silvers (Part One)' and 'The Prime Of Kenny Silvers (Part Two)' are displayed as 'The Prime Of Kenny Silvers (Parts One and Two)' on the back cover.
Published by Chrysalis Music Ltd.
℗ & © 1979 Chrysalis Records Ltd.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): CHR 1193 A // 2 E P
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): CHR 1193 B // 1 E P
- Recorded At – Wessex Sound Studios
- Published By – Chrysalis Music Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Chrysalis Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Chrysalis Records Ltd.
- Lacquer Cut At – Pye Studios
- Pressed By – Phonodisc Ltd.
Valley of the Dolls is the second studio long-player by the British post-punk band Generation X, which was produced by Ian Hunter. Valley of the Dolls was recorded at Wessex Sound Studios in Islington in October 1978. The record's working title was 'Intercourse Old Meets New', which was superseded by a name taken from a 1966 novel. Ian Hunter was commissioned as the record's producer at Tony James's request, from having been a fan of his work with Mott the Hoople in the early 1970s. Valley Of The Dolls - Generation x. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Listen free to Generation X Valley Of The Dolls Running With The Boss Sound, Night of the Cadillacs and more. 10 tracks 38:16. Valley of the Dolls. Reservoir Media Management Label от лица компании Chrysalis Records CMRRA. Generation X. Tony James, Billy in album Generation X - Valley Of The Dolls 1979. Generation X - Running With The Boss Sound. Generation X - Night Of The Cadillacs. Generation X - Paradise West. More By Generation X. Perfect Hits 1975-1981. Generation X 2002 Remaster. BBC in Concert 11 May 1978. But ridicule should not be so readily heaped on former employers, Generation X. Never in the same league as the Clash or the Pistols, the group nevertheless kicked up a fair amount of dust and recorded some memorable singles and a classy debut album. They were, after all, the first of the punk bands to truly embrace the rock industry and all its trappings. But on this, their second album, the band's limitations are self-evident. Released 1979. Valley of the Dolls Tracklist. Valley of the Dolls Q&A. More Generation X albums. Ready Steady Go. Dancing With Myself. Show all albums by Generation X. Valley of the Dolls is the second studio album by British Post-punk band Generation X produced by Ian Hunter. The album is only indirectly related to the novel and film of this name, and the title cut is an original song. The album contained the UK hit singles: King Rocker, which reached No. 11 in the UK Singles Chart in January 1979, the title track Valley of the Dolls, which made No. 23 in April of the same year, and Friday's Angels, which got to No. 62 in June 1979. The album peaked at No. 51 in the UK Albums Chart. Valley of the Dolls', Generation X's much derided, Ian Hunter-produced follow-up to one of the best albums of 1978, has stood up better than most thought. This is what happens when you have the gall to try and follow a classic. I seem to recall the title track as single not impressing me much on vomit coloured vinyl but to be fair, I was a dreck-worshipping, Plug-like school-kid when it came out, and not the expert on absolutely everything that I am now. The first album is the better of the two,,Valley of the dolls is a ok album,some good songs on both albums,some extra tracks on both cds,,worth buying,good delivery time. Read more