The Wildhearts - P.H.U.Q. (1995)

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The Wildhearts - P.H.U.Q. (1995)

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The Wildhearts - P.H.U.Q. (1995)

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Year : 1995
Style : Hard Rock , Pop Rock
Country : United Kingdom
Audio : 320 kbps + scans
Size : 221 mb


Bio:

The Wildhearts are an English rock group, formed in 1989 in Newcastle upon Tyne. The band's sound is a mixture of hard rock and melodic pop music, often described in the music press as combining influences as diverse as The Beatles and 1980s-era Metallica.[1] However, this characterization is denied by the band, who see their influences as being far broader, as shown in the song "29 X The Pain", which lists many of group leader Ginger's influences. Despite several top 20 singles and one top 10 album in Britain, the Wildhearts have not achieved major commercial success, owing in part to difficulties with record companies and many internal problems often relating to recreational drugs and depression. Much of the band's early career was affected by bitter feuds with their record company, East West.In the band's turbulent and unpredictable history, band members have regularly been replaced, with the only constant member being the band's founder Ginger (birth name David Walls) - the singer, guitarist, and predominant songwriter. Several band members have appeared in the line-up more than once. The band has also been split up or placed on hiatus by Ginger multiple times. The most recent recording line-up convened in 2006 but went on hiatus in late 2010. Ginger reformed the band once again for a special one-time appearance in December 2012, which has been extended to touring in 2013 and 2014.

Album:

P.H.U.Q. is the second full length album by British Rock band The Wildhearts, which was released on 22 May 1995 on East West Records and entered the UK Albums Chart at number 6.Original guitarist/singer CJ was only present for some of the early recording sessions for this album and was later fired by group leader Ginger. Subsequently, some of the album's songs were recorded with only one guitar.It was the band's original vision to follow up Earth vs the Wildhearts with a double album, to include longer, more intricate songs such as "Inglorious" and "Do The Channel Bop." However, lack of support from their record label, EastWest, meant that six songs written by that point were instead released as a fan club-only mini-album, Fishing for Luckies, prior to the release of P.H.U.Q.Ginger has said the title of the album is pronounced "fuck" in the Ask Ginger section of the band's official website.In 2015, The Wildhearts toured the UK and Tokyo, playing the album in its entirety for its 20th anniversary.

Line-Up:

Ginger - vocals, guitar
Danny McCormack - bass, vocals
Ritch Battersby - drums, vocals
CJ - guitar, vocals (on some tracks)
Willie Dowling - keyboards

Tracklist:

01. I Wanna Go Where the People Go
02. V-Day
03. Just in Lust
04. Baby Strange
05. Nita Nitro
06. Jonesing for Jones
07. Woah Shit, You Got Through
08. Cold Patootie Tango
09. Caprice
10. Be My Drug
11. Naivety Play
12. In Lilly's Garden
13. Getting It


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