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  • Performer: Mighty Mighty
  • Title: Sharks
  • Size MP3 ver: 2897 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 2871 mb
  • Country: UK
  • Date of release: 1988
  • Style: Indie Rock
  • # Catalog: CHAP LP 24
  • Label: Chapter 22
  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
  • Genre: Rock / Disco
Mighty Mighty - Sharks mp3

Tracklist

1Michael Says Not
2I'll Get You Back
3Gemini Smiles
Drums – Paul Brook
4Maisonette
Drums – Paul Brook
5Little Wonder
6Blue And Green
Lead Vocals – Russell Burton
7Sulk
8One Way
9When You Trusted Me
10Yours Truly
11Biddy Baxter
12Settle Down

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ASKLP109Mighty Mighty Sharks ‎(LP, Album)Vinyl JapanASKLP109UK2000
ASKCD 109Mighty Mighty Sharks ‎(CD, Album, RE)Vinyl JapanASKCD 109UK2000
CHAP LP 24Mighty Mighty Sharks ‎(LP, Album, W/Lbl)Chapter 22CHAP LP 24UK1988
JASKCD 109/120Mighty Mighty Sharks Plus Deluxe Edition ‎(CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp)Vinyl JapanJASKCD 109/120Japan2008

Credits

  • Bass, Backing VocalsRussell Burton
  • DrumsD.J.Hennessy (tracks: A3 to A6, B1 to B6)
  • GuitarMick Geoghegan
  • Keyboards, GuitarPeter Geoghegan
  • Mastered ByJonz
  • Producer, Backing Vocals [Additional]John A. Rivers
  • Vocals, HarmonicaHugh Harkin

Notes

Recorded at Woodbine Studio, Leamington Spa.
Includes printed inner sleeve with lyrics.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5016295300249
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, stamped): CHAPLP 24 A-1U-1-1⇀1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, stamped): CHAPLP 24 B-1U-1-1⇀
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, hand-etched. A hat is drawn just after 'Lone shark'): The Exchange LONE SHARK
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, hand-etched): POOL SHARK Jonz

Companies

  • Distributed By – Nine Mile
  • Distributed By – The Cartel
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Chapter 22 Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Pressed By – EMI Records
  • Recorded At – Woodbine Studios
  • Mastered At – The Exchange

Album

Showing influences from Postcard Records bands such as Orange Juice, they came to prominence when featured on the NME's C86 compilation, at around the same time that they released their debut single Everybody Knows the Monkey. This was soon followed by a 12 single, Is There Anyone Out There, before the band signed to Chapter 22 Records, releasing a string of well-received singles and the album Sharks in 1988. Mighty Sharks, Москва. Mighty Sharks - Школа плавания полного цикла Команда интересных людей влюбленных в активный образ жизни. Listen free to Mighty Mighty Sharks Gemini Smiles, Maisonette and more. 12 tracks 35:34. Records in the US. High and Mighty was the last Uriah Heep album to feature vocalist and founding member David Byron, who was subsequently fired due to his troubles with alcohol he later died in 1985. Listen full album. View all Mighty Mighty albums. Mighty Mighty. 12 tracks. Released in is a music album by Mighty Mighty released in 1988. Sharks is ranked 83,248th in the overall chart, 10,061st in the 1980s, and 1,104th in the year 1988. Time left: 6d 21h 23m 21s Ships to: Worldwide. Features Song Lyrics for Mighty Mighty's Sharks album. Preview the embedded widget. Mighty Mighty - Sharks Album Lyrics. One Way Lyrics. Mighty Mighty Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. In the Know. All Music News . Popular Mighty Mighty Lyrics. One Way. 프로필: Formed in 1985 in Birmingham, England. Sharks Album, Comp. 5 버전. Chapter 22. MIGHTY MIGHTY Sharks 1988 UK 12-track vinyl LP, including Gemini Smiles, Maisonette & Biddy Baxter, picture sleeve with lyric inner. The sleeve has only some minor edgewear and the vinyl looks barely played CHAPLP24

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Comments (1)

Ranenast
This is not strictly a review. My name is Pete Geoghegan and I played keyboards and guitar with Mighty Mighty. I thought a little background may be of interest to you. We recorded the album Summer 1987. I think it took us four weeks in total with a little break before we mixed. We had already recorded Built Like A Car with John Rivers and we were looking forward to working with him again. Having a record company to pick up the bill was a dream come true. John, rightly or wrongly saw us as potential chart material and he was keen to clean up our sound and take advantage of the latest studio technology and sounds. This worked well on some tracks but not so good on some. John would remind us to "not be too precious" about our songs. Looking back, we should have stood our ground, especially when it came to using a session drummer on a couple of tracks - a decision we all regret. As I said earlier, some tracks stand up pretty well - Settle Down being my personal favourite. We'd already released four singles by the time it came to record the album and we made the decision not to re-record any of this material. Subsequently the album is not as strong as it could have been but it did mean that pretty much all our available songs at the time were recorded. The album was released in 1988 and we toured to support it. That year Chapter 22 dropped us, Hugh (lead singer) fancied doing something else and so we called it a day. Why should you buy Sharks? Some great songs and a snapshot of an indie band trying to break through at a time when that kind of stuff was not so widely accepted and rarely playlisted. Enjoy.

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