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Misery - The Kinks - Low Budget (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Misery - The Kinks - Low Budget (CD, Album)

  1. Low Budget doesn't have a narrative like Preservation or Soap Opera, but Ray Davies cleverly designed the album as a sly satire of the recession and oil crisis that gripped America in the late '70s -- thereby satisfying his need to be a wry social commentator while giving American audiences a .
  2. Low Budget album for sale I had this record a long time ago and recorded it on audio tape when record players were a thing of the past. Low Budget CD music Now audio tapes are a thing of the past. Low Budget buy CD music This is a great album. It has songs I can relate to and make me smile. The title song, Low Budget if very apropos to todays.
  3. Nov 08,  · Misery · The Kinks Low Budget ℗ Kinks Properties Limited under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment Released on: .
  4. Jul 10,  · Album: Low Budget - - Label: Arista. Song Low Budget; Artist The Kinks; Writers Ray Davies; Licensed to YouTube by.
  5. Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Attitude · The Kinks Low Budget ℗ Kinks Properties Limited under exclusive license .
  6. The Kinks social commentary regarding the plight of America, as the turbulent '70s was drawing to a close, fueled the group's Low Budget album. The recording boasts several noteworthy cuts which includes "A Gallon of Gas", "Misery", "Catch Me Now I'm Falling", " (Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman", "Attitude", and the strong title track.
  7. The Kinks were active for over three decades between and , releasing 24 studio and 4 live albums. The first 2 albums are differently released in UK and US partly due to the difference in popularity of the extended play format (the UK market liked it, the US market didn't, so US albums had the EP releases bundled onto them), and partly due to the US albums including the hit singles.
  8. The Kinks rarely sounded of their time but their album Low Budget is very much of it's era with hints of punk, new wave, disco (!) and stadium rock. After the lacklustre Misfits, it's a definite return to form and at least tied with Sleepwalker as their best album of the Arista era/5(99).

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