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The Silencers - Dance To The Holy Man album download
Performer: The Silencers
Title: Dance To The Holy Man
Country: US
Released: 1991
Style: Pop Rock
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3 FLAC APE AAC MP4 AC3 AUD DMF AIFF
FLAC size: 1633 mb | MP3 size: 1862 mb | WMA size: 1364 mb
Genre: Rock

final album in 2004 being delivered with a full blown cross on the cover. That being said, there are more than a handful of sonically great moments on this album, especially the reworking of Bulletproof Heart, from an earlier punk version into a sublimely arranged masterpieces. Like so many of O’Neill’s material the songs are nearly obsessed with looking at the world from varying angles, focusing on the darker side and aspects of life and urban violence. college radio being their only base of support.

Nom du groupe The Silencers. Nom de l'album Dance to the Holy Man. Type Album. Date de parution 1991. Membres possèdant cet album5. 2. Robinson Crusoe in New York. 3. Bulletproof Heart. 4. The Art of Self Deception. 5. I Want You. 6. Just Can't Be Bothered.

Band Name The Silencers. Album Name Dance to the Holy Man. Erscheinungsdatum 1991.

Dance to the Holy Man Tracklist. 1. Bulletproof Heart Lyrics. The Art Of Self Deception Lyrics. Singing Ginger Lyrics. Robinson Crusoe In New York Lyrics.

Album by The Silencers. Cameras And Colleseums. Hey Mr. Bank Manager. This Is Serious, John The Revelator. When The Night Comes Down.

The pair lead the Silencers through unfailingly melodic songs like the ominous "Bulletproof Heart," the percolatingly playful "Robinson Crusoe in New York," and the dreamy, chiming guitar-laden "One Inch of Heaven. They're particularly successful on the lightheartedly love-struck "I Want You" and the whimsical "Just Can't Be Bothered" (which is reminiscent of Toad the Wet Sprocket). Unfortunately, the band's consistency went unrewarded and Dance to the Holy Man was largely ignored.

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THE SILENCERS - DANCE TO THE HOLY MAN PD74924 -CD Condition: Very Good. Time left: 4d 5h 6m 17s. Ships to: Worldwide. THE SILENCERS,DANCE TO THE HOLY MAN,LP ON RCA,PL 74924. 1981 Condition: Used. Time left: 6d 2h 13m 3s. The best album by The Silencers is A Letter From St. Paul which is ranked number 8845 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 164. The Silencers album bestography. Higher ranked (18,934th) This album (62,899th) Lower ranked (67,060th) A Blues For Buddha Dance To The Holy Man So Be It. Listen to Dance To The Holy Man on YouTube. YouTube videos will return here shortly. Dance To The Holy Man track list.

Play Dance To The Holy Man album songs MP3 by The Silencers and download Dance To The Holy Man songs on Gaana. Dance To The Holy Man. Released by Sony Music Mar 1997 15 Tracks. Dance To The Holy Man is a English album released on Mar 1997. Dance To The Holy Man Album has 15 songs sung by The Silencers. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Dance To The Holy Man songs on Gaana.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Singing Ginger
Producer – Jimme O'Neill
1:40
A2 Robinson Crusoe In New York
Producer – Mark Wallis
5:51
A3 Bulletproof Heart
Producer – Mark WallisWritten-By – Burns*, Crichton*
4:59
A4 The Art Of Self Deception
Producer – Mark Wallis
5:16
A5 I Want You
Producer – John LeckieWritten-By – Burns*
4:05
A6 One Inch Of Heaven
Producer – John Leckie, Mark Wallis
7:32
B1 Hey Mister Bank Manager
Producer – Mark WallisWritten-By – Burns*
3:39
B2 This Is Serious / John The Revelator
Producer – Mark Wallis
5:46
B3 Afraid To Love
Producer – Jimme O'Neill
3:27
B4 Rosanne
Producer – John LeckieWritten-By – Burns*
3:53
B5 Electric Storm
Producer – John LeckieWritten-By – Burns*
5:51
B6 When The Night Comes Down
Producer – Jimme O'Neill
3:25
B7 Robinson Rap
Producer – Mark Wallis
1:01

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BMG Records (UK) Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – BMG Records (UK) Ltd.
  • Distributed By – BMG Records
  • Distributed By – BMG Ariola
  • Lacquer Cut At – Copymasters
  • Published By – BMG Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Published By – Rondor Music (London) Ltd.
  • Marketed By – BMG
  • Pressed By – Sonopress – F 1134

Credits

  • Bass Guitar, Performer [Skateboard, Sega Grandmaster] – Lewis Rankine
  • Drums, Percussion, Tabla, Performer [Fire Extinguisher, Convector Heater, Wine Glass, T-ray] – Tony Soave
  • Executive-Producer – Jimme O'Neill
  • Flute – Tina Tinker
  • Horns [Section] – Bob Tinker And His Celtic Horns
  • Lacquer Cut By – Miles*
  • Mellophone [Mellophonium] – Bob*
  • Mixed By – Mark Wallis
  • Organ [Hammond] – Seamus Behan
  • Other [Guided, Helped & Overseen] – The Silencers
  • Other [Movie Mania] – Willie Brown
  • Painting, Other [Peguin Land] – Jimme O'Neill
  • Percussion [Extra] – Louis Jardin*
  • Photography By – Mary Scanlon
  • Programmed By [Keyboards], Other [Beer] – Brian McNeill
  • Violin [Electric], Mandolin, Accordion, Performer [Juggling] – Davy Crichton*
  • Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Performer [Dancing] – JJ Gilmour
  • Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Harp – Jimme O'Neill
  • Vocals, Guitar, Performer [Avenger], E-Bow, Siren – Cha Burns*
  • Written-By – O'Neill*

Notes

Distributed in the UK by BMG Records
Distribué en Europe Par BMG/Ariola
Vertrieb en Europ [sic] durch BMG/Ariola
A Bertelsmann Music Group Company.

℗ 1991 BMG Records (UK) Limited / © 1991 BMG Records (UK) Limited / Made in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 020 F 1134-A- COPYMASTERS Miles
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 020 F 1134-B- COPYMASTERS Miles
  • Barcode: 0 035627 492419
  • Label Code: LC 0316
  • Rights Society: BIEM / GEMA
  • Price Code (D): SE
  • Price Code (F): RC270
  • Price Code (UK): HH
  • Pressing Plant ID (Side B label, embossed): [Bass clef]

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
3092-2-R The Silencers Dance To The Holy Man ‎(CD, Album) RCA 3092-2-R US 1991
PD 74924 The Silencers Dance To The Holy Man ‎(CD, Album) RCA PD 74924 Australasia 1991
5C PL-74924, PL-74924 (5C), PL 74924 The Silencers Dance To The Holy Man ‎(LP, Album) RCA, RCA, RCA 5C PL-74924, PL-74924 (5C), PL 74924 Spain 1991
3092-2-R The Silencers Dance To The Holy Man ‎(CD, Album) RCA 3092-2-R Canada 1991
PK 74924 The Silencers Dance To The Holy Man ‎(Cass, Album) BMG PK 74924 Italy 1991


Comments (1)
Mbon
Having totally enjoyed the first outing from the Silencers A Letter From St. Paul, I took the title to be referencing the city of St. Paul and not an actual letter from the prophet St. Paul, though if you tune your ears and make the proper connections, it’s obvious that there are religious themes that can be taken on a variety of levels, in much the same manner as U2 had been doing, and would continue to do.On Dance To The Holy Man I took the title to be a reference to dancing to the guitar god on the front of the album jacket, but again, even more so, I was mistaken, as Jimmie O’Neill, the band’s lead vocalist and guiding hand has woven even more complex visions and implications of moral assertions and religious imagery, with their final album in 2004 being delivered with a full blown cross on the cover.That being said, there are more than a handful of sonically great moments on this album, especially the reworking of “Bulletproof Heart,” from an earlier punk version into a sublimely arranged masterpieces. Like so many of O’Neill’s material the songs are nearly obsessed with looking at the world from varying angles, focusing on the darker side and aspects of life and urban violence. But don’t go thinking this is a depressing journey, as The Silencers pay homage to The Beatles ah-la a bluesy version “Taxman” with “Hey, Mr. Bank Manager,” while “Just Can’t Be Bothered” comes across as a shimmering bit of intoxication with breeze laden alternative country flavors designed to slide into a lazy sunset.All and all, the album is still guitar driven and filled with enough layerings to hold your attention from beginning to end, even though the release inspired not a single charted hit during a time when bands still had radio friendly airplay, thus making this vinyl release rather difficult to find in the United States, as the vinyl was never released here, with college radio being their only base of support. Sadly, spiritually infused or not, Dance To The Holy Man marked the beginning of a downward spiral for the band, though if you’re lucky enough to have access to the group’s entire catalog, you can easily put together a brilliant collection that will satisfy listen after listen.The vinyl album was pressed rather well and warmly for the time period, just before records all but disappeared and CD's were thought to be the be-all and end-all for sound quality.*** The Fun Facts: The album’s title Dance To The Holy Man is a reversal of fortune so to speak, for the phrase ‘Dance With The Devil’ which implies the corruption of one’s soul, giving in to one’s desires, and the taking of great risks.Review by Jenell Kesler