Generation X is the first studio album by English punk rock band Generation X, released 17 March 1978 by Chrysalis Records. It was produced by Martin Rushent. One single, "Ready Steady Go", was issued in February 1978 prior to the album's release which reached in the United Kingdom's Singles Chart. Generation X was recorded at TW Studios in Fulham, West London, during November-December 1977, with the producer Martin Rushent and the engineer Alan Winstanley.
Generation X (album). Generation X is the debut album of Generation X produced by Martin Rushent and released in 1978. The album contained the UK hit single "Ready Steady Go" which reached No. 47 in the chart in March 1978. The album itself peaked at N. 9 on August 4. When it was originally released in the USA, it featured a different track. listing, omitting three songs and adding three songs from singles and "Gimme Some Truth", a rare studio cover of a John Lennon song. The album was later remastered and re-released in 2002 with the original UK track listing, and six bonus tracks.
Generation X is the first studio album by English punk rock band Generation X, released 17 March 1978 by Chrysalis Records One single, "Ready Steady Go", was issued in February 1978 prior to the album's release which reached in the United Kingdom's Singles Chart. The band portrait used as the front cover was photographed by Gered Mankowitz. He just went mad, we just all sat there in awe as he went crazy (playing that solo). The original . The album was later remastered and reissued in 2002 with the original UK track listing, augmented by six bonus tracks from singles.
Generation X released their first album in March 1978. The backlash began before Generation X had even put out their first album. Although the London group played fast and loud, they also had a knack for melody, and some of punk’s bands and fans weren’t certain that Generation X were the real thing. Yet the band had punk credentials – singer Billy Idol had been part of the Sex Pistols-backing "Bromley Contingent" and bassist Tony James had played with the Clash’s Mick Jones in the London .
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Generation X -the album still sounds fresh, vital and fun. It also sounds silly and cliched. It is irresistible, but It’s like a West Side Story re-enactment of Punk in London. If you don’t believe me you can trace the lineage from Generation X through to Green Day, their cover of Kiss Me Deadly, to American Idiot, to their Broadway Musical of the same name. Written and compiled by Ged Babey for LTW with valued input from Ian Keith Moss and Paul Simmonds.
The Best of Generation X - Студийный альбом от Generation X. Вышел 5 марта 1988г. В альбом вошло 13 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 41:12. Modern Boys (2002 Remaster). Generation X - Triumph (Album Version). generation x - modern boys. Revenge (Live 2002 Remaster). 2. Generation X. – Friday’s Angels. Friday's Angels (2002 Remaster). Generation X - Friday's Angels (Guitar & Bass cover). Generation X-4-Friday's Angels. Generation X : Fridays Angels : AUDIO Punk Vinyl. Friday's Angels ( Cover from Billy Idol's Generation X ). Friday's Angels - Generation X (Cover). Generation X - Fridays Angels (Chrysalis 1979). Generation X - Fridays Angels Lyrics.