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Originally released 1983, Tales From The Lush Attic was IQ's first album and is now available for the first time as a U.S. release. Recorded in August '83 in only 5 days this record contains the two all time favorites The Last Human Gateway and The Enemy Smacks in their original studio versions. The artwork for the release was done by Peter Nicholls, lead singer of IQ. This definitive version also contains the bonus track, Just Changing Hands.
|1. The Last Human Gateway 19:57|
|2. Through The Corridors 2:35|
|3. Awake And Nervous 7:45|
|4. My Baby Treats Me Right Cos Im A Hard Lovin Man All Night Long 1:45|
|5. The Enemy Smacks 13:49|
|6. Just Changing Hands (bonus track)|
As a stoner form the '70s who loves Peter Gabriel era Genesis I was beyond excited to stumble across this. The musicianship is excellent. Wonderful from start to finish.Published 7 months ago by Greggory Fertig
The sound is horrible for a 1984 album, the composition are immature.
The vocal is hard to listen to, bad musical transition. Read more
This cd was bashed for poor production by my nemesis. If he would step back and listen to the compositions he would let the flaws in production fade. Read morePublished on July 26, 2005 by NEOPROG RAN
IQ got much better, but why they weren't a stillborn band after this release is beyond me. Peter Nichols' vocals on this album are little more than moaning, groaning and mewling. Read morePublished on May 9, 2005 by Keith A. Morse
"The Last Human Gateway" a 17+ minute-long track opened up the debut album of Marillion's counterpart back in the early eighties, IQ. Read morePublished on February 22, 2004 by Manny Hernandez