Propaganda – The Sound

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Album Propaganda by the band The Sound
Album Propaganda by the band The Sound

Propaganda is an album by English post-punk band the Sound. It was recorded in 1979, before they recorded their debut album Jeopardy, and comprises the earliest material that they recorded. It was not released until April 1999 by record label Renascent, more than 10 years after the band broke up.

The album was well-received by critics, with many praising its originality and intensity. It has been cited as an influence by many other bands, including Radiohead and Placebo.

The tracklist of the album is as follows:

  1. No Salvation
  2. Deep Breath
  3. Cost of Living
  4. Quarter Past Two
  5. Night Versus Day
  6. Physical World
  7. Statik
  8. Music Business

If you are a fan of post-punk music, then I highly recommend checking out the album Propaganda by The Sound. It is a dark and intense album that is full of originality and intensity.

Propaganda” is a high-energy and hard-hitting song that is sure to get the crowd on their feet. It is a classic example of The Sound’s songwriting and musicianship, and it is one of the band’s most popular and enduring songs.

The personnel of the album Propaganda by The Sound are:

  • Adrian Borland – vocals, guitar, production
  • Michael Dudley – drums, production
  • Green (Graham Bailey) – bass guitar, production
  • Belinda “Bi” Marshall – keyboard, production

The album was recorded by Bob Borland and remixed by Wally Brill in 1999. It was released by Renascent Records in 1999, more than 10 years after the band broke up. It contains the earliest material that they recorded in 1979, before their debut album Jeopardy. Some of the tracks were re-recorded for Jeopardy, such as “Missiles”, “Night Versus Day” and “Words Fail Me”. The album is considered by the band as their true first album.

Source: Wikipedia

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