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Digitally remastered by Larry Keyes (CBS Records Studio, New York, New York). Mott The Hoople are often associated with the '70s glam movement, but their only real connection to that style was their involvement with David Bowie. In fact, the band was much more closely tied to the post-folkie work of Bob Dylan. Singer Ian Hunter had his British version of Dylan's transcendent moan down to a science. ...See Full Description
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Finally, they have re-mastered this gem of an album. Started listening to this album in 1974, and it still sounds great over 30 years later. Mott The Hoople's best album by far. "Ballad Of Mott The Hoople" is a great song. A must have for any good collection.
By Hermschlock (Sacramento, CA)
||Most Underated Band in History|
This band did more for Rock and Roll in their short career than bands that were together for decades. They influenced everyone from Queen to the Clash. This remastered edition is incredible.If you buy any Mott album, make it this one. Buy It.
By mottrocks (Sunny Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)
||this is such a great upgrade|
I hate the way Hoople gets thrown into the "Glam Rock" genre. They a great Rockin band.
By DB (Florida)
||MOTT THE HOOPLE AT THEIR BEST|
This was MOTT THE HOOPLE BREAK THROUGH ALBUM NOT A BAD SONG THEY THEN DID THE FOLLOW UP THE HOOPLE THAT IS ALSO A ROCKIN SOUND
By CHRIS (WHITTIER CA)
||mott great cd|
one of the best cd all all time great rock
By rfunkus (atlanta ga)
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|CD Universe Part number||7022227|
|Release Date||Feb 21, 2006|
|Producer||Mott The Hoople; Bruce Dickinson (Reissue)|
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Most ZZ Top fans consider DEGUELLO to be the last link to the band's characteristic early blues-rock; it moved to a more accessible sound with its '80s releases EL LOCO, ELIMINATOR, and AFTERBURNER. Ending the '70s on a high note for the band, DEGUELLO includes a pair of the group's biggest classic rock staples--the funky "Cheap Sunglasses," and the anthemic "I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide."
1979 Classic With 'Cheap Sunglasses' & 'I Thank You'. Currently Out Of Print In The USA.
ZZ Top took an extended break from the tour trail and the recording studio after wrapping up the tour for its 1976 album, TEJAS. DEGUELLO (Spanish for 'beheading') was issued three years later, and continued the Texas trio's winning streak.
ZZ Top: Billy Gibbons (vocals, guitar, baritone saxophone); Dusty Hill (vocals, ...