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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, March 14, 2000
|3. If There Is Something|
|4. Virginia Plain [*]|
|6. The Bob (Medley)|
|7. Chance Meeting|
|8. Would You Believe?|
|9. Sea Breezes|
|10. Bitters End|
This is one incredible debut album.
It also reflected the somewhat campy lyrics, and 1950s sound seen in some of their songs, yet at the same time putting their music in a class all its own.
Your 80's loving yuppie friends that think Roxy Music is about smooth product like Avalon need to hear this one instead; it will probably clear the room!
this is a great rock album as is all 5 of there first albumsPublished 27 days ago by milo tarnowski
An absolute classic, the genesis of Brian Ferry playing with Brian Eno and crew. Music so far ahead of it's time, it still sounds fresh today.Published 1 month ago by Nate the Skate
This is an incredible album. Virtuoso musicians performing great compositions which run the whole range of emotion, without ever taking themselves too seriously. Read morePublished 6 months ago by David R.
I own the record and I had it changed to a CD, but this CD is so much better sounds like a whole new album it is SOOO COOL I think every Roxy fan should own thisPublished 10 months ago by Gizmo
The greatest debut album of all time? Bearing in mind what's going on here compositionally and instrumentally, and the revelation it was when it exploded onto an unprepared public... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Peter Jackson
From the bizarrely presented yet strangely attractive for all that Carrie Anne who graces the cover to the ultra-pretentious sleeve notes by Simon Puxley, we know from the wrapping... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Stephen Mann