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Fine Young Cannibals - the raw download album

  • Performer: Fine Young Cannibals
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Fine Young Cannibals - the raw download album

The Raw(side 1): She Drives Me Crazy Good Thing Not The Man I Used To Be I'm Not Satisfied Tell Me What The Cooked(side 2): Don't Look Back It's Ok (it's alright) Don't Let it Get You Down As Hard As It Is Ever Fallen In Love.

Side one-Raw . She Drives Me Crazy" . Good Thing" . I'm Not the Man I Used to Be" . I'm Not Satisfied" . Tell Me What" Side two-Cooked . Don't Look.

Fine Young Cannibals were a British rock music band formed in Birmingham, England, in 1984, by bassist David Steele, guitarist Andy Cox (both formerly of The Beat), and singer Roland Gift (formerly of the Akrylykz). Their self-titled 1985 debut album contained "Johnny Come Home" and a cover of "Suspicious Minds", two songs that were top 40 hits in the UK, Canada, Australia and many European countries

With The Raw & the Cooked, the Fine Young Cannibals broke into the mainstream with their particular soul-injected sound. They were seemingly infatuated with late-'50s and early-'60s Motown, and the musical influences on this album range from boogie ("Good Thing," on which Squeeze keyboardist Jools Holland goes to town with a foot-stompin' piano solo) to poodle-skirted slow dance ("As Hard As It Is," "Tell Me What"), then stretch as far as Prince-like funk ("Don't. Let It Get You Down")

Remaining true to the FYC's vision of tying past and present musical styles together into artful new pop packages, The Raw & the Cooked features a shopping list of genres. Mod, funk, Motown, British beat, R&B, punk, rock, and even disco are embedded within the songs, while the rhythms, many synthetically created, are equally diverse. In less delicate hands this would be nothing more than an everything including the kitchen sink motley mess, but FYC manage this mix with subtly and elan.

Album by Fine Young Cannibals. She Drives Me Crazy (David Z 12" Version). I'm Not Satisfied (New York Rap Version). Good Thing (12" Version). Johnny Come Home (The Mix With No Beard). I'm Not The Man I Used To Be (Jazzie B & Nellee Hooper Version). She Drives Me Crazy (The Monie Love Remix). I'm Not Satisfied (Matt Dike Remix). It's OK (It's Alright) (Ploeg Club Mix). I'm Not The Man I Used To Be (Smith & Mighty Version). Tired Of Getting Pushed Around (The Mayhem Rhythm Remix).

Album The Raw & The Cooked (1988). by Fine Young Cannibals. Label London Records. Andy Cox, David Steele, Roland Gift, Pete Shelley. Andy Cox, David Steele, David . Fine Young Cannibals, Jerry Harrison, Roland Gift. Mastered By. Arun Chakraverty.

Fine Young Cannibals. Carrie Bradshaw, The Dude and Andy Warhol weren't the only old friends who paid us a visit on Superbowl Sunday in 2019. It was amidst a Taco Bell/T-Mobile cross-promotion that we heard Andy Cox's iconic opening riff to "She Drives Me Crazy," the singular smash from his group Fine Young Cannibals and a song that helped make 1989 one of the all-time great years for top 40 radio. The Two-Tone ska movement that evolved alongside post-punk in the . during the late 1970s enjoyed perhaps the most streamlined segue into the next decade of the two genres. Their excellent second LP, The Raw & The Cooked, was released in America on Feb. 20, 1989 to laudatory kudos and extensive airplay on modern rock radio. At 10 songs and a hair under 36 minutes, the record expertly captured the group's sonic transition in real time, which also can be attributed to Cox and Steele's temporary house music outfit Two Men, A Drum Machine and A Trumpet and their sole 1988 single "Tired of Getting Pushed Around.