The Church - Starfish mp3 flac download
|Style:||Alternative Rock, Pop Rock, Indie Rock|
|Date of release:||1988|
|MP3 album size:||1703 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1577 mb|
|Digital formats:||AHX AIFF AUD RA DTS MP2 APE|
on the way to crush the revolution
Starfish is the fifth album by the Australian rock band The Church, released in February 1988. The band's breakthrough album, Starfish went gold in America and has remained their most commercially successful release. The album sold 600,000 copies in the United States alone.
The album Starfish struck me with the same awe I felt the first time I heard the Moody Blues back in the 1960’s.
The church- starfish- fabulous 1988 album art shirt- white - large. One interesting LP that I found in this collection (and one of the few that I'm not going to sell!) is THE CHURCH's "Starfish" album from 1988. I previously listened to this band in those FM radio stations of my city in the late eighties. Their song called "Under the Milky Way" was played a lot by them then, and I liked the song then.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. I really liked the deep and full flowing melodic theme to the album
The Church Starfish 1988 Label: Arista. The Australian quartet's latest album, Starfish, comes after the group was dropped by both its . and Australian record labels, experienced intense internal friction and then ultimately signed with another record company, only to do battle with the producers that label had selected. Yet Starfish, the group's new album-propelled by the shimmeringly psychedelic single, "Under the Milky Way" - is looking like the breakthrough for the band after eight years of marginal visibility.
Australian post-rock band The Church will celebrate the 30th anniversary of their iconic fifth album, Starfish, with a trek across North America this fall. The band will perform the seminal album in its entirety during each show. The Church gained popularity in 1988 with the ghostly Starfish single "Under the Milky Way," which was prominently featured on the soundtrack for the surrealist cult-film Donnie Darko more than a decade later, in 2001. In recent years, the track has had a resurgence in popularity thanks to covers by The Killers and Sia.
The breakthrough 1988 album by The Church, Starfish has remained the band's most commercially successful release. Band members repeatedly noted how much they disliked being in Los Angeles during the recording sessions; "North, South, East And West" is an indictment of . The album's title was taken from singer/bassist Steve Kilbey's nickname for friend/ musical partner Donnette Thayer.
1. Under the Milky Way Lyrics.
|A2||Under The Milky Way||4:57|
|A5||North, South, East And West||4:59|
|B4||A New Season||2:58|
- Mastered At – The Mastering Lab
- Producer – Greg Ladanyi, The Church, Waddy Wachtel
Notes℗ & © 1988 Arista Records, Inc., a Bertelsmann Music Group Company
Printed in U.S.A.
Runout, and label (script) variant
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 078221852111
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): AL 8521-SA TML-X B-1 ►
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): AL 8521-SB TML-X B-3 ►
|AL-8521||The Church||Starfish (LP, Album, Hau)||Arista||AL-8521||US||1988|
|AL-8521||The Church||Starfish (LP, Album, Club)||Arista||AL-8521||US||Unknown|
|AL-8521||The Church||Starfish (LP, Album)||Arista||AL-8521||Canada||1988|
|A32D-45||The Church||Starfish (CD, Album)||Arista||A32D-45||Japan||1988|
|6775364||The Church||Starfish (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Whi)||Universal Music Australia||6775364||Australia||2018|