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Love Me Do - Badfinger - No Dice (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 Replies to “ Love Me Do - Badfinger - No Dice (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Mazshura says:
    Encore plus dans cette belle réédition où le transfert du vinyle au numérique est parfait et où quelques jolis bonus viennent rallonger le plaisir. Bref, le No Dice de Badfinger, ce n'est peut-être pas les Beatles mais c'est rudement bien! 1. I Can't Take It 2. I Don't Mind 3. Love Me Do 4. Midnight Caller 5. No /5(80).
  2. Nagore says:
    What gave Badfinger character is they blended their desire to rock with their sensitive side instead of compartmentalizing. Even when they rock on No Dice, it's never earthy, like, say, the Stones. Badfinger's very sensibility and sound is modeled after the early British Invasion, where bands sang catchy, concise love songs.
  3. Faukora says:
    No Dice, an Album by Badfinger. Released in on Apple (catalog no. SKAO ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Power Pop.
  4. Dozshura says:
    Mal Evans was the original producer for this album but, after Apple execs expressed dissatisfaction with the sound, longtime Beatles’ engineer Geoff Emerick was brought in to finish the album. Even though No Dice was released during a very competitive Christmas season for rock records, it did very well commercially and became the band’s best-selling LP.
  5. Fenrizahn says:
    No Dice, an Album by Badfinger. Released 27 November on Apple (catalog no. SAPCOR 16; Vinyl LP). Genres: Power Pop.
  6. Gogore says:
    Label: Apple Records - SAPCOR 16 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Gatefold • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Power Pop Badfinger - No Dice (, Gatefold, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(55).
  7. Meztibei says:
    "Love Me Do" (Molland) 4. No Dice is the third studio album by British rock band Badfinger, issued by Apple Records and released on 9 November Their second album under the Badfinger.
  8. Telar says:
    Yet there's a worldliness to their music absent from that of their forefathers, partially because Badfinger styled themselves as classicists, adapting the sound of their idols and striving to create a similar body of work. No Dice bears this out, boasting old-fashioned rockers, catchy pop tunes, and acoustic ballads. On the surface, there's nothing special about such a well-crafted, sharply produced, straight-ahead pop .

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