Producer – Steve Brown
Producer – Steve Brown
|3||Free Extra Single|
|4||Love Removal Machine|
Producer – Rick Rubin
|5||Wolf Child's Blues|
Producer – Rick Rubin
|BEG 182T||The Cult||Love Removal Machine (12", Single)||Beggars Banquet||BEG 182T||UK||1987|
|BEG 182D||The Cult||Love Removal Machine (7", Single + 7", Single, RE, RP + Gat)||Beggars Banquet||BEG 182D||UK & Ireland||1987|
|BEG 182||The Cult||Love Removal Machine (7", Single, Promo)||Beggars Banquet||BEG 182||UK||1987|
|BEG 182D||The Cult||Love Removal Machine (7", Single + 7", Single, M/Print + Gat)||Beggars Banquet||BEG 182D||UK||1987|
|0-20641||The Cult||Love Removal Machine (12")||Sire||0-20641||US||1987|
- Management – Grant Edwards
- Sleeve [For Assorted Images] – Keith Breeden
- Written By – Astbury/Duffy
- Written-By – Duffy, Astbury
HinweiseThis is the second version of for this release, with the repressing/reissue of the second disc.
The first pressing of Love Removal Machine , the double 7 inch, and just prior to the release, 20,000 copies of the 2nd disc had to be destroyed when it was belatedly discovered that the labels mis-credited the production to Rick Rubin, and not Steve Brown.
Released in a gatefold sleeve.
"Wolf Child's Blues" recorded live in the studio New Year's Eve 1986.
Free extra single: The Manor, Oxfordshire sessions, Summer '86.
Published by Chappell Music Ltd
℗ and © 1987 Beggars Banquet Records Ltd
Manufactured in England
Charted in the U.K. from 28-02-87 for 7 weeks.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): BEG-182-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched): BEG-182-B
- Matrix / Runout (Side C, hand-etched): CULT-10-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side D, hand-etched): CULT-10-B
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): BEG 182 A//1▽130 11 5 MASTERDISK
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): BEG 182 B//1▽4̶2̶130 11 5
- Matrix / Runout (Side C, stamped): CULT 10 A//1▽130 11 1 MASTERDISK
- Matrix / Runout (Side D, stamped): CULT 10 B//1▽4̶130 11 MASTERDISK
- Other (Catalog#, disc 1): BEG 182
- Other (Catalog#, disc 2): CULT 10
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Beggars Banquet Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Beggars Banquet Records Ltd.
- Printed By – Assorted Images
- Published By – Chappell Music Ltd.
- Recorded At – The Manor
- Mastered At – Masterdisk
Kurzes IntroLove Removal Machine - The Cult. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The first single released from the album 'Electric'. Love Removal Machine. The Cult. Текст песни: Fell to the red room because she was there A scarlet woman, she got me in fear, yeah, yeah, yeah She said, do all those things that you do to me You know what I mean, is the second album by British rock band The Cult, released in 1985 on Beggars Banquet Records. The album was the band's commercial breakthrough, reaching number four in the UK and staying on the chart for 22 weeks. It produced three Top 40 singles in the UK, She Sells Sanctuary, Rain and Revolution. It has been released in nearly 30 countries and sold an estimated 2. 5 million copies. Love was recorded at Jacob's Studios in Farnham, Surrey, in July and August 1985. Love Removal Machine is a song recorded by The Cult. It was the first single to be released from the group's 1987 album Electric. First recorded during a radio session, the song was originally titled Love Removal. A second version, with a different arrangement and newly-lengthened title, was recorded for the band's third album, Peace. When that album was scrapped, it was re-arranged a third time and recorded for the replacement album, Electric. An extended remix was also created and released on a 12 single. In 1998, Mike Peralia remixed the so read more. But 'Love Removal Machine' was that ACDC influence where you're getting down to things in their very elemental form, instead of waxing lyrical and getting prosaic. This was ranked at 47 on VH1's 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs. After abandoning the album, the band left England for New York, where they met the legendary producer, Rick Rubin, who convinced The Cult to re-record Peace and re-title it Electric. Many of The Cult's hits were based around the chords of D, C and G, including She Sells Sanctuary, Rain and this track. Guitarist, Billy Duffy, told Record Collector: I took a perverse pride from writing as many Top 20 singles as I did using the same three chords. Love Removal Machines - A Tribute to The Cult formed in 2015. These four. Songs in album The Cult - Love Removal Machine, Lil' Devil 1991. The Cult - Love Removal Machine Single Version. The Cult - Conquistador. The Cult - Groove Co. The Cult - Zap City. The Cult - Love Trooper. The Cult - Wolf Child's Blues. The Cult - Lil' Devil. Band Name The Cult. Album Name Love Removal Machine. Type Single. Released date 1987. Labels Beggars Banquet. Music StyleHard-Rock. Members owning this album1. Love Removal Machine Extended Version. Wolf Child's Blues. Buy this album. 39,87 11,99 buy buy. Learn more. Other productions from The Cult. Hidden City. Choice of Weapon. Love Removal Machine is a song by the British rock band The Cult. Director: Storm Thorgerson. The Cult performs in the music video Love Removal Machine from the album Electric recorded for Beggars Banquet and Sire Records. The music video opens with a man walking and kicking a can. The band performs on a stage under colored lights with Ian Astbury singing
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