Lloyd Cole and The Commotions | Concert Live at the Marquee ’86

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01 – Lloyd Cole and The Commotions – Rattlesnakes [Live] – 1986
02 – Lloyd Cole and The Commotions – Are You Ready To Be Heartbroken [Live] – 1986
03 – Lloyd Cole and The Commotions – Glory [Live] – 1986
04 – Lloyd Cole and The Commotions – Andy’s Babies [Live] – 1986
05 – Lloyd Cole and The Commotions – Charlotte Street [Live] – 1986
06 – Lloyd Cole and The Commotions – Patience [Live] – 1986
07 – Lloyd Cole and The Commotions – Speedboat [Live] – 1986
08 – Lloyd Cole and The Commotions – Beautiful City [Live] – 1986
09 – Lloyd Cole and The Commotions – Perfect Skin [Live] – 1986
10 – Lloyd Cole and The Commotions – Forest Fire [Live] – 1986
11 – Lloyd Cole and The Commotions – Glory [Live] – 1986


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Lloyd Cole and The Commotions | #lloyd_cole
(Lloyd Cole, Stephen Irvine, Neil Clark, Lawrence Donegan, Blair Cowan)
[1982-1989], Glasgow, Glasgow City, United Kingdom

Biography


Lloyd Cole and the Commotions were a British pop band that formed in Glasgow, Scotland in 1982.

The band were formed whilst Cole was studying at the University of Glasgow. They signed to Polydor Records; their debut single « Perfect Skin » reaching number 26 in the UK charts in Spring 1984, while the second single « Forest Fire » reached 41. The first album, Rattlesnakes, was released in October 1984. Produced by Paul Hardiman and featuring string arrangements by Anne Dudley, the album peaked at No. 13 in the UK and was certified Gold for sales over 100,000 copies. NME included in its Top 100 Albums of All-Time list, and the title track was later covered by the American singer Tori Amos. The Welsh band Manic Street Preachers included the album amongst their top ten list.

Due to the insistence of their label, the follow-up album, Easy Pieces, was produced by Clive Langer & Alan Winstanley (who had previously produced Madness, The Teardrop Explodes and Elvis Costello and the Attractions). Released in November 1985, the album was a much quicker commercial success than its predecessor (entering the UK album chart at No. 5 and certified gold within a month). The singles « Brand New Friend » and « Lost Weekend » were the band’s first and only UK Top 20 hits (reaching No. 19 and No. 17 respectively).

Recorded in 1986 at The Marquee London, and interspersed with pastiche band shots, this live concert was produced and directed by Mike Mansfield.
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