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Flowers of Romance album for sale by Public Image Ltd was released Jan 24, 2012 on the Virgin label. The fourth Public Image Limited album is something of a milestone. Flowers of Romance CD music Spread across its 33 minutes is some of the harshest and least "user-friendly" music ever recorded for a major record company. Flowers of Romance buy CD music FLOWERS, the first album following the departure of the band's initial bass player, finds John Lydon largely abandoning guitars in the construction of his songs. Flowers of Romance songs The music is mainly comprised of jerking, off-kilter drumming, layered with creepy keyboard effects. Flowers of Romance album for sale Echoing, buried backing vocals add menace to his uniformly disturbing lyrics. The tone of "Spread her body all naked and silly, a bulbous heap batting her eyelids" ("Track 8") and "What do you want, you're annoying go away, it's not my fault that you're lonely" ("Banging the Door") is not atypical. Flowers of Romance CD music contains a single disc. ...See Full Description
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Flowers of Romance songs I remember this LP getting the label "unlistenable." Well, if you don't know what you're in for, I suppose. But then you miss Atkins attack of the drums, not like machinegun fire, but sporadic, even deliberate, like a Colt 45 being fired into a crowd. Keith Levene was an exciting guitarist as the early single "Public Image" made clear but here his noodling is twisted and distorted. I rather like Mr. Lydon's nasty call to prayer on Four Enclosed Walls. It,alone, will set alot of folks off, for sure. These aren't happy pop songs.P.I. L let the bubblegum crowd do that. Sparse, harrowing, and unforgettable. Classic.
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Flowers of Romance songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||8651745|
|Release Date||Jan 24, 2012|
|Recording Time||47 minutes|
|Personnel||John Lydon - vocals, guitar|
Martin Atkins - drums
Keith Levene - guitar