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Gen X

Gen X
  • Performer Gen X
  • Date of release 1981
  • Country UK
  • Style Punk
  • Label Chrysalis
  • Catalog number CHS 2488
  • Other formats Vinyl, 7", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM, Clear
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1127 mb
  • Size FLAC 1947 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 801

Tracklist

1King Rocker
Written-By – Idol, James
2:16
2Rock On
Written-By – Glitter, Leander
2:19
3Dancing With Myself
Written-By – Idol, James
3:20
4Untouchables
Written-By – Idol
3:35

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CHS 12 2488Generation X 4 ‎(12")ChrysalisCHS 12 2488UK1981
CHS 2488Gen X 4 ‎(7", EP)ChrysalisCHS 2488UK1981
CHS 2488Gen X 4 ‎(7", EP)ChrysalisCHS 2488Ireland1981
CHS 2488Gen X 4 ‎(7", EP, Pap)ChrysalisCHS 2488UK1981
CHS 12 2488Gen X 4 ‎(12")ChrysalisCHS 12 2488France1981

Credits

  • Arranged ByIdol, Chimes, James
  • BassTony James
  • DrumsMark Laff (tracks: B2), Terry Chimes (tracks: A1 to B1)
  • GuitarBilly Idol, Bob Andrews (tracks: B2), James Stevenson
  • Guitar [Overdub Guitar]Steve Jones (tracks: A2, B1)
  • ProducerIan Hunter (tracks: B2), Keith Forsey (tracks: A1, A2, B1)
  • VocalsBilly Idol

Notes

A1 and A2 taken from the LP "Kiss Me Deadly" - CHR 1327

Video

Album

Generation X is the first studio album by English punk rock band Generation X, produced by Martin Rushent, it was released in the United Kingdom on 17 March 1978. Generation X was recorded at TW Studios in Fulham, West London, during November-December 1977, with the producer Martin Rushent and the engineer Alan Winstanley. The band had previously worked with the producer Phil Wainman on prior singles, but had been dissatisfied with the results, critiquing his production as too poppy and polished. Generation X or Gen X for short is the demographic cohort following the baby boomers and preceding the Millennials. Researchers and popular media typically use birth years around 1965 to 1980 to define Generation Xers, although some sources use birth years beginning as early as 1960 and ending somewhere from 1977 to 1985. As children in the 1970s and 1980s, a time of shifting societal values, Gen Xers were sometimes called the latchkey generation, due to reduced adult supervision compared to. Generation X later known as Gen X were an English punk rock band from London in the late 1970s, primarily remembered today for being the musical starting point of the career of its frontmanvocalist, Billy Idol. During the punk rock movement in London in late 1976, William Broad, a 21-year-old guitar-playing university drop-out from Bromley and associate of the Bromley Contingent the drummer John Towe, a West End music shop assistant and at Broad's suggestion, having already met via an ad. Dirty Gen X - DGX. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Dirty Gen X. Исполнитель: DGX. 2010 dance. Gen X. Ibiza DJs playing to Generation X. Everyone Loves Christmas TV. An afternoon of Gen X festivities and fine Factory food, Sunday 22nd December from 1pm. Everyone welcome, even badly behaved Santa. Gen X is with Nick Gibbs and 3 others. 21 December 2019 . Gen X Factory Sunday 22nd December. Send Message. 18 December 2019 . The album heralded THE HUMAN LEAGUE as the unequivocal pop band of the early 80s. The Final Album by Generation X under the name of Gen X in 1981. Tracks 1-Dancing With Myself 3:47 2-Untouchables 3:37 3-Happy People 4:28 4-Heavens Y: Gen Y, or Millennials, were born between 1980 and 1994. They are currently between 26-40 years old. In fact, thats the anecdotal origin of the term Gen X - illustrating the undetermined characteristics they would come to be known by. Depending on whom you ask, it was either sociologists, a novelist, or Billy Idol who cemented this phrase in our vocabulary. From there on it was all down-alphabet. The generation following Gen X naturally became Gen Y, born 1980-1994 give or take a few years on either end. Here are five defining tracks of the Gen X era and its pejorative sibling, the slacker generation. Sonic Youth, Teen Age Riot 1988. In helping land a bunch of one-time white-noise terrorists a major label deal, the success of Sonic Youths 1988 album Daydream Nation set underground music in the US on a collision course with the mainstream. The records opening track, Teen Age Riot, was an incendiary call to arms that seemed to divine the same currents of disaffection that would later feed into grunge apathy, media-overload, the desire to connect. AKA: GEN X. Formed: London, England, 1976. Band Bio, Lineups, Discography. The pretty boys of the first wave of British punk, Generation X were also its whipping boys. Reasons for this were numerous. A third album, to be entitled Sweet Revenge, was recorded in late 1979, but Laff and Andrews quit to form the heavy metal act Empire, which released a roundly ignored album in 1980, Expensive Sound. Sweet Revenge finally emerged in 2003 as part of Anthology, and is interesting rather than exciting, presenting a handful of tracks unavailable anywhere else Girls', Modern Boys'. RE-GEN by R23X, released 27 September 2017 1. I Was Dreaming 2. Way Forward I Follow 3. New Environs Interlude 4. Realm of Eternal Rain 5. Threshold Guardian 6. Escape From Stasis Loop 7. Letting Go 8. Regenerate Begin PUBLISHED BY YETEE RECORDS. Short in length but conceptually rich, RE-GEN transports listeners to a glitchy, deserted simulation where a Final Fantasy-esque adventurer wanders in search of answers and affirmation. Cool side notes: - Tracks 3 and 6 resurrect a melody first explored on track 2 of OST 2014. On the 10 release, track 4 is a locked groove, creating an endless loop of rain