Monday, February 11, 2008

The Quick - Fascinating Rhythm (1982)

In which we imagine a world where the compact disc was introduced in 1980, and now-obscure artists and albums could be preserved for posterity...

  1. The Rhythm Of The Jungle
  2. Katy Can't
  3. Young Men Drive Fast
  4. One Light In A Blackout
  5. To Prove My Love
  6. Zulu
  7. Small Blonde Box
  8. Twisted
  9. Sharks Are Cool, Jets Are Hot
  10. Don't Take Me For Granted



Stu McPoo said...

Thanks so much for posting this, it' sone I'd forgotten. I did have this album back in the day and, I have to say, most of it hasn't weathered well, but Rhythm Of The Jungle – wow. I can't stop playing it, it's hard to believe it's more than quarter of a century old, I remember cutting a rug to this one like it was only yesterday. Thank you again,

Lex said...

Thanx, i was looking for this one, it's really amazing after so many years to find this.

Andrew said...

I was thrilled to find Rhythm of the Jungle here, been looking for it for ages... but when I try to download it says I am already downloading a file (I'm not) and to wait until it's finished before continuing. This happens when I try both at home and at work. Is it just me or is this a problem with the file? Help!

Anonymous said...

Thank you *SO* much. i had been looking for that LP for ages.

Matt said...

You simply don't imagine how pleased i am after downloading such preciosity. Unfortunately, many records have been forgotten since the CD technology came out... one of the best (or worst -lol) examples is this fabulous LP. Thank you, thank you very very much.

Heart of the wood said...

Found your blog while scouring the internet looking for this album, or spcifically the track Young Men Drive Fast. Ironically I loved the track so much when I was a young man that I nearly drove off the road singing so loudly and losing myself in it, on a sharp bend just north of Fort William. Thanks for posting it.

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