Gentlemen Take Polaroids - Japan - Gentlemen Take Polaroids (Cassette, Album)

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Label: Virgin - TCV 2180 • Format: Cassette Album Black Text on Cassette • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Synth-pop


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  1. Gentlemen Take Polaroids is the fourth (and penultimate) studio album by the English band Japan, released on 24 October by Virgin Records.. The album was preceded by the release of the title track as a single, which peaked at number 60 in the UK Singles Chart. The album was moderately successful, peaking at number Genre: Avant-pop, synth-pop.
  2. Jan 09,  · referencing Gentlemen Take Polaroids, LP, Album, VIP, VIRG, V A solid album, in fact all 3 main Japan albums should be bought and if possible as first press. (Quiet Life, Tin Drum, Gentlemen Take Polaroids)/5(K).
  3. At the time of Gentlemen Take Polaroids ’ release in November , Japan were widely considered to be a joke. “Japan’s current sound is one long, diffuse outtake from Roxy Music’s Flesh And Blood,” reckoned the NME. It was a verdict shared by all the major weeklies.
  4. Jul 22,  · Japan's fourth studio album is now a fully realised affair. Closer to "Quiet Life" (both albums released in ), "Gentlemen Take Polaroids" is their debut for Virgin - released rather quickly after the group's acrimonious parting with Hansa who in return prevented the group from touring with any of their earlier album material on that label/5().
  5. Gentlemen Take Polaroids Lyrics: Now, there's a girl about town I'd like to know / I'd like to slip away with you / And if you said you love me, how could I mind? / Is there another side to.
  6. The last album with Rob Dean, Gentlemen Take Polaroids was also unquestionably the album in which Japan truly found its own unique voice and aesthetic approach. The glam influences still hung heavy, particularly from Roxy Music, but now the band found itself starting to affect others in turn.8/
  7. A Half Speed Mastered edition of Japan ’s fourth album Gentlemen Take Polaroids (from ). Featuring the propulsive Gentlemen Take Polaroids and the atmospheric, Satie-esque Nightporter, the album is widely considered as the one which consolidated Japan’s unique approach and sound.
  8. UMC / Virgin EMI Japan’s fourth and penultimate album, Gentlemen Take Polaroids was released in It was the group’s first album for Virgin Records, after leaving the Hansa-Ariola label, and the last to feature guitarist Rob Dean.

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