Elvis Costello - This Year's Model FLAC album
Elvis Costello & The Attractions.
Released March 17, 1978. This Year’s Model Tracklist. 2. This Year's Girl Lyrics.
Where My Aim Is True implied punk rock with its lyrics and stripped-down production, This Year's Model sounds like punk. Not that Elvis Costello's songwriting has changed - This Year's Model is comprised largely of leftovers from My Aim Is True and songs written on the road. It's the music that changed. After releasing My Aim Is True, Costello assembled a backing band called the Attractions, which were considerably tougher and wilder than Clover, who played on his debut
Elvis Costello & The Attractions. This Year's Model (Cass, Album, RE, Cle). Imp Records, Demon Records. This Year's Model (LP, Album, TP). Radar Records (5). RAD 56477.
Written-By – Elvis Costello. Includes a voucher to download MP3 version of the album. Made in the Czech Republic. Matrix, Runout (Etched A (Variant 1)): 602547331199-A G-1. Matrix, Runout (Stamped A (Variant 1)): 133680E1/A. Matrix, Runout (Etched B (Variant 1)): 602547331199-B G-1. Matrix, Runout (Stamped B (Variant 1)): 133680E2/B. This Years Model (LP, Album).
Features Song Lyrics for Elvis Costello's This Year's Model album. Elvis Costello - This Year's Model Album Lyrics. 1. Waiting for the End of the World (Live) Lyrics.
Elvis' landmark first album with his formidable back-up band the Attractions just bristles with tension and energy on such sensational tunes as Pump it Up; Lipstick Vogue, and Radio, Radio. With his second album, Elvis Costello firmly established himself as one of rock's-not just punk/new wave's-premier singer-songwriters. Building on the promise of his '77 debut, My Aim Is True, Costello put together a backing touring trio, the Attractions (keyboardist Steve Nieve, bassist Bruce Thomas, and drummer Pete Thomas), and their versatility helped Costello define. Renews automatically. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
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Take his sophomore album, This Year's Model as exhibit A, may it please the court. Never one to shy away from mocking the materialistic and increasingly uncultured nature of both the pop world and middle-class society, Costello quips "it does not move me/even though I've seen the movie" on the highlight song "(I Don't Want to Go to) Chelsea" . Evidently Elvis Costello wasn't the only young Englishman with some grievances to address. But Costello was witty and biting. He had more to say than baselessly condemning the Queen and her "fascist regime", and it said it in a far more appealing fashion.
The Costello Album, also The McCartney/MacManus Collaboration, is a Paul McCartney album that includes work from his 1987–88 songwriting collaboration with Elvis Costello. The album includes demo recordings made by Paul and Elvis in the throes of their collaboration, other demos of some songs by Costello and McCartney individually, live performances by Costello, and two duo live performances taken from a 1995 benefit concert at the Royal College of Music.
|A2||This Year's Girl||3:16|
|A4||Pump It Up||3:12|
|A6||You Belong To Me||2:19|
|B1||Hand In Hand||2:30|
|B2||(I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea||3:06|
|B4||Living In Paradise||3:51|
|RAD 3||Elvis Costello||This Year's Model (LP, Album + 7", Ltd)||Radar Records||RAD 3||UK||1978|
|IMP FIEND CASS 18, FIEND CASS 18||Elvis Costello & The Attractions||This Year's Model (Cass, Album, RE, Cle)||Imp Records, Demon Records||IMP FIEND CASS 18, FIEND CASS 18||UK||1984|
|PC 35331||Elvis Costello||This Year's Model (LP, Album, RE, Pit)||Columbia||PC 35331||US||Unknown|
|RAD 56477||Elvis Costello||This Year's Model (LP, Album, TP)||Radar Records||RAD 56477||Netherlands||1978|
|LP S-65-38||Elvis Costello||This Years Model (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||LP S-65-38||Portugal||1978|