Lush - Ladykillers download album
- Album: Ladykillers
- FLAC: 1999 mb | MP3: 1227 mb
- Released: 1996
- Style: Brit Pop, Indie Rock
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 801
- Format: WMA AU VOX VOC AC3 AHX AUD
Ladykillers' was the second single to be taken from 1996's 'Lovelife' album and was their third Top 40 hit in the U.
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Альбом · 1996 · Песен: 4. Доступно с подпиской на Apple Music. Бесплатная пробная подписка.
Ladykillers is the first song on Lush’s final album Lovelife. This song follows Lush’s trend of abandoning the shoegazing model for prototypical Britpop. Ladykillers peaked at on the UK Singles Chart and on the US Modern Rock chart. It was also featured in the video game NCAA Football 06. Rumour has it one of the verses was inspired by the lead singer of a certain LA-based funk metal band, the other by the bassist of a famous LA-based indie rock band. Ladykillers" Track Info.
Ladykillers" is a song by English alternative rock band Lush. It was released by 4AD in 1996 as the second single from the band's third studio album, Lovelife. Known for its feminist themes, the song became one of the band's bigger hits, peaking at No. 22 on the UK Singles Chart, No. 18 on the US Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart, and No. 15 on the Canadian RPM Alternative 30 chart.
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Lovelife is the fourth and final studio album by English alternative rock band Lush. On this album, the band moved away from their earlier dream pop and shoegazing style and embraced a more Britpop-oriented sound. The album was produced by Pete Bartlett and the band at Protocol Studios in London, and engineered by Giles Hall. On release, Lovelife reached No. 8 on the UK Albums Chart. Jarvis Cocker of Pulp dueted with Lush vocalist Miki Berenyi on the song "Ciao!".
Ladykillers" is the same as the album version. After inexplicable failure of SPLIT, an album of incredible songwriting and solid production, Miki Berenyi tried to write the cheesiest song possible, with goofy lyrics and pop hooks. Of course, a songwriter as talented as Berenyi couldn't create a terrible song, and "Ladykillers" is quite listenable. The late Chris Acland's drumming here is among the best he's ever done. This is another CD4 by Lush that really deserves listening to. The bonus tracks aren't on the CD, but are among the best. Matador," penned by bassist Phil King, is an instrumental that easily conjures up images of a matador fighting a bull.
Released date 05 March 1996. Members owning this album1. 2. Heavenly Nobodies. 3. 500 (Shake Baby Shake).