Aint It Strange - Patti Smith Group - Radio Ethiopia (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Ain't It Strange Lyrics: Down in Vineland there's a clubhouse / Girl in white dress boy shoot white stuff / Oh don't you know that anyone can join / And they come and they call and they fall on.
  2. Apr 23,  · The second album by the newly re-christened Patti Smith Group, Radio Ethiopia, features more radio-oriented material and a beefed-up production style (courtesy of 70s superstar producer Jack Douglas)/5(70).
  3. The collaboration eventually led to the formation of the Patti Smith Group. Their debut album, Horses (), is an undeniable classic, packed with spiralling imagery, contained venom, and Smiths' trademark Dionysian excess. (The title track inspired Jayne/Wayne County's spoof "Horseshit.").
  4. Shop 64 records for sale for album Radio ethiopia by Patti Smith Group on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
  5. Find album release information for Radio Ethiopia - Patti Smith Group, Patti Smith on AllMusic. Find album release information for Radio Ethiopia - Patti Smith Group, Patti Smith on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases LP: Radio Ethiopia: Arista ARCD CD: Radio Ethiopia: Arista ARCD 7/
  6. Jun 20,  · Radio Ethiopia, an Album by Patti Smith Group. Released 18 June on Arista (catalog no. 2; CD). Genres: Art Rock, Proto-Punk. Featured peformers: Judy Linn (photography), Lynn Goldsmith (photography), Andi Ostrowe (photography), Lizzy Mercier Descloux (photography), Sherri Whitmarsh (design)/5().
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  8. History. Radio Ethiopia was the follow-up record to Smith's widely acclaimed debut tersanormedobod.landpiddfarcchodatingsataseditersemp.infoinfo interviews surrounding the album's release, Smith explained that she chose producer Jack Douglas in hopes of making the album a commercial success. The album was negatively received when it was released and Smith was attacked by critics for what they perceived to be laziness, self-indulgence and Genre: Punk rock, hard rock.
  9. The key tracks on Radio Ethiopia are "Ain't It Strange" (Track 2) and "Radio Ethiopia/Abyssinia" (Tracks 7 and 8). The former is a "heavy" downtown semi-reggae cut that, as another reviewer pointed out, is Smith's reenactment of the Tower of Babel story; pounding on the doors of Heaven with the full fury of rock 'n' roll/5(70).

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