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7 thoughts on “ The Damned - Music For Pleasure

  1. AllMusic Review by Rovi Staff. Produced, for numerous arcane reasons, by Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason, the second Damned album, Music for Pleasure, was considered a disaster at the time and led to their being dropped from Stiff and their first break-up. In retrospect, however, it's quite a 7/
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  4. May 31,  · referencing Music For Pleasure, LP, Album, SEEZ 5 For many years this was virtually disowned by the Damned (it's noticeable that the picture of Capt Sensibles bedroom used in '82s 'best of the Damned' is covered with flyers,posters,Records etc of the group - but not this release)/5().
  5. The Damned are the quintessential example. "Music For Pleasure" opens with a glam-heavy radio anthem called "Problem Child" and the similar "Don't Cry Wolf". It's worth noting their first record and its sped-up but Stooges-heavy sound and realizing right off the bat that, though this second album bows to a lot of the same conventions, /5.
  6. Mar 19,  · The Damned released Music for Pleasure in , just a few months after their debut Damned Damned Damned. It was the last studio release to include guitarist Brian James. Produced by Nick Mason of Pink Floyd, the album has a slightly psychedelic sound at times, particularly in the album's closer, 5/5(2).
  7. Apr 20,  · The Damned sound bleak on the first two tracks on Music For Pleasure – but I see this as the band maturing incredibly fast. One Way Love (James) maintains a near bleak-but-always-punk vibe. The guitar, if anyone actually bothers listening to it sounds fantastically muted. You can hear struggle in the music mirroring the ethos of the song.

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