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Performer:
The Cult
Album:
The Cult
Style:
Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Hard Rock
Date of release:
1994
Recording location:
Warehouse Studios, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Duration:
01:01:31
FLAC vers. size:
1787 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1786 mb
WMA vers. size:
1853 mb
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Rating:
4.3 ★
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334

The Cult is the sixth studio album from English rock band, The Cult. It was released in October, 1994 on Beggars Banquet Records and it is also the band's last album on Sire Records in the USA. It is also commonly referred to as the "Black Sheep" record, due to the image of a Manx Loaghtan black sheep on the front cover

Contact The Cult on Messenger. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created - November 26, 2007.

THE CULT открыли североамериканский тур в честь празднования 30-летней годовщины альбома "Sonic Temple" с выступления в Хьюстоне, штат Техас, состоявшегося 2 мая. Видео с концерта доступно ниже. Сет-лист концерта: 01. Sun King 02. New York City (performed for first time since 2010) 03. Automatic Blues (performed for first time since 1991) 04. Sweet Soul Sister 05.

Compilation, 1991, Vertigo Records, Beggars Banquet. 1. Go West (Crazy Spinning Circles). 2. She Sells Sanctuary.

Love (The Cult album). Love 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 worldwide and sold an estimated . million copies. Side A: Love, She sells Sanctuary, Rain, Nirvana, Revolution, Black Angel. Side B: The Phoenix, The Hollow Man, Big Neon Glitter, Brother Wolf Sister Moon, Dreamtime, Bad Medicine Waltz. From the album Dreamtime. On these Indonesian pressings, the song "Brother Wolf Sister Moon" is incorrectly listed as "Brother Walf Sister Moon", and drummer Nigel Preston is listed as Nigel Reston.

British rock band formed as Death Cult in 1983 in Bradford, West Yorkshire. Officially became known as The Cult in Jan 1984. Core members Ian Astbury Lead Vocals, Music, Song Writer Billy Duffy Lead Guitarist, Music, Song Writer.

Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. One of England's leading metal revivalists, formed as a goth band but later a stadium-filling hard rock act led by the shamanistic Ian Astbury.

electric (the cult album) Electric is the third album by British rock band The Cult, released in 1987 It was the follow-up to their commercial breakthrough Love The album equalled its predecessor's chart placing by peaking at number four in the UK but exceeded its chart residency, spending a total of 27 weeks on the chart the most successful run for. an album by The Cult. All tracks appeared on Rare Cult in 2000 Tracks 1, 2, 5, 6 and 10 first appeared on The Manor Sessions EP in 1988 Tracks 7, 8, 9 and 11 were issued as B-sides to singles from the Electric album in 1987. Love Removal Machine" - 5:16.

The Cult are considered one of the best hard rock bands and one of the best 80s bands as well. This Cult discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Cult albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included The Cult singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Gone Ian Astbury / Billy Duffy The Cult 3:49
2 Coming Down (Drug Tongue) Ian Astbury The Cult 6:37
3 Real GRRRL Ian Astbury / Billy Duffy The Cult 4:26
4 Black Sun Ian Astbury / Billy Duffy The Cult 6:19
5 Naturally High Ian Astbury / Billy Duffy The Cult 4:23
6 Joy Ian Astbury / Billy Duffy The Cult 4:50
7 Star Ian Astbury / Billy Duffy The Cult 5:01
8 Sacred Life Ian Astbury / Billy Duffy The Cult 5:47
9 Be Free Ian Astbury / Billy Duffy The Cult 3:49
10 Universal You Craig Adams / Ian Astbury / Billy Duffy The Cult 5:15
11 Emperor's New Home Ian Astbury The Cult 4:21
12 Saints Are Down Ian Astbury The Cult 6:54

Credits

Craig Adams - Bass, Composer
Ian Astbury - Art Direction, Composer, Design, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Tambourine, Vocals
Mario Caldato, Jr. - Mixing
Kim Champagne - Art Direction, Design
The Cult - Primary Artist
Brian Dobbs - Assistant Engineer
Billy Duffy - Composer, Guitar
Scott Garrett - Drums
Darren Grahn - Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant
Vern Hammarlund - Photography
Scott Humphrey - Keyboard Programming, Keyboards, Programming, Synthesizer, Treatments
Gavin Juniper - Personal Assistant
George Marino - Mastering
Peter Marlow - Photography
Jim McGiueray - Percussion
Michael Muller - Photography
Bob Rock - Bass, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Guitar (Rhythm), Mixing, Producer, String Bass
Rolf D. Schwarz - Photography
Krish Sharma - Mixing Assistant
Randy Staub - Engineer
  • Thetahuginn
In my view one of the greatest rock albums of all times. If that´s the case, why is it so underrated then? Probably because The Cult achieved something here that was quite different from their earlier efforts, to say the least. The sound on this album alienated their arena rock oriented fan base, but what other listeners would they have? There´s almost no weak number here, the arrangements are sophisticated and modern. It´s still hard rock but with a depth, spirituality and range hardly found in this genre. So the problem might be that listeners who would appreciate this approach just weren´t listening to The Cult, due to their image of the band and the previous albums.A long overdue reevaluation of this album would need to look into what makes it so unique and different. You could even make the point that The Cult were kissed by the muse here and reached into another dimension of creativity. Just listen to the preceding albums and then to this. It´s quite a riddle how such a substantial step forward / quantum leap could take place just on this one. Sadly they returned to a more straightforward style on the albums to come.But here the chemistry between Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy reached a perfect equilibrium with magnificent songwriting, diverse guitar work and Ian`s singing at his all time peak. Besides high tension riff rockers, the slower songs hit hard emotionally. "Sacred Life“ should be counted among rock music´s greatest anthems and "Universal You" makes you wonder whether Ian did some reading of Nietzsche, as the lyrics may be regarded as a nice exemplification of some of this philosopher´s better propositions. Not to forget Bob Rock´s amazing production which gives this record a transparent, deep and at the same time propulsive sound.One of rock music´s hidden treasures! Listen for yourself...P.S. 2016`s Hidden City is in a similar vein and makes you feel The Cult hit their spiritual stride again. Keep it going!
  • Stylish Monkey
Excellent raw power album. The Cult's is like a real shaman of hard rock.
  • Vozuru
I really liked this album when it came out. Over 20 years later, it still holds up. The Cult were unfairly slagged for changing styles here. But it fits neatly between the oeuvres of Jane's Addiction and Kasabian. There are some misses on here (the pretentious cheese of Sacred Life, especially). But if you are fan of either of those bamds, you'll enjoy this album.
  • Acebiolane
Listened to this album a lot at uni when it came out and probably not again for 20 years. Picking it back up now I'm amazed how fantastic it sounds. Some truly awful lyrics at times (Universal You) but then that's not unusual with The Cult and for some reason it doesn't matter when Ian Astbury belts them out. Underrated Classic (if you're a fan of The Cult) and one that shows amazing diversity.