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The Cult is the sixth studio album from English rock band, The Cult. It was released in October, 1994 on Beggars Banquet Records and it is also the band's last album on Sire Records in the USA. It is also commonly referred to as the "Black Sheep" record, due to the image of a Manx Loaghtan black sheep on the front cover
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The Cult – The Cult. Label: Beggars Banquet – BBQLP 164. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album. They should release a reissue of that brilliant album. And it should be 180 gram double! Reply Notify me Helpful.
The Cult is the sixth studio album from English rock band, The Cult. The single "Coming Down (Drug Tongue)" (UK was released with the band going on tour in support of the new album. Only one more single, "Star" (UK was officially released. That song began life in 1986 as "Tom Petty" before being dropped by the band during rehearsals.
The Cult" is the sixth studio album from English rock band, The Cult. It was released in October, 1994 on Beggars Banquet Records. It is also commonly referred to as the "Black Sheep" record, due to the image of a black sheep on the front cover. Vocalist Ian Astbury referred to the record as "very personal, and very revealing" songs about his life, with the subject matter ranging from sexual abuse at the age of 15, to the death of Nigel Preston (friend and former drummer for The Cult), to his directionless years spent in Glasgow in the late 1970's
Produced by Bob Rock. Recorded at The Warehouse Studio. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album65.
The Cult is a perfect case in point. With a newfound sense of sobriety and spirituality, Astbury set out to make a record that would combine the guitar riffing of its two predecessors along with the singer's newfound love for electronica. Re-hiring producer/songwriter Bob Rock proved to be a definite step in the right direction.
|B5||Emperor's New Horse||4:22|
|B6||Saints Are Down||6:54|
NotesPromo tape on BASF-tape material. Sleeve printed with "BB" watermark (for label 'Beggars Banquet') and tracklist on it.
Only called "The Cult - Album" on spine of J-card/sleeve.
|BBQLP 164||The Cult||The Cult (2xLP, Album)||Beggars Banquet||BBQLP 164||UK||1994|
|7243 8 39970 2 2||The Cult||The Cult (CD, Album)||Beggars Banquet||7243 8 39970 2 2||Australia||1994|
|WPCR-107||The Cult||The Cult (CD, Album)||WEA Japan, Sire||WPCR-107||Japan||1994|
|9 45673-2||The Cult||The Cult (CD, Album, Promo)||Sire||9 45673-2||US||1994|
|WPCR-107, 9362-45673-2||The Cult||The Cult (CD, Album, Promo)||WEA Japan, Sire||WPCR-107, 9362-45673-2||Japan||1994|