Category: Classical Rock/Progressive

Dear God - XTC - Skylarking (CD, Album)

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  1. Dying Another satellite The meeting place Big day 9. Season cycle 8. Dear god 7. Summer’s cauldron 6. umbrellas 5. Grass 4. Ballet for a rainy day 3. Earn enough for us 2. That’s really super, supergirl. Sacrificial bonfire. I feel like this changes a lot though based on my mood and the amount of times I’ve listened to.
  2. Mar 20,  · Andy Partridge is to reissue XTC‘s album Skylarking in April. This new CD edition – out on his own APE label – will feature a number of changes including the addition of the track Dear God (always intended to for the album but left off due to record label concerns about US audience reaction), new artwork (consistent with Partridge.
  3. He thought God, or the non-existence of God, too big a topic to be handled in three and a half minutes. So, it was placed on the flip side of Grass, the first single release from Skylarking.
  4. Skylarking is the ninth studio album by the English rock band XTC, released on 27 October Produced by American musician Todd Rundgren, Skylarking is.
  5. Feb 25,  · Skylarking is the ninth studio album by the English band XTC, originally released on 27 October First copies came with a band signed Skylarking /5(69).
  6. Apr 19,  · XTC - Skylarking (corrected polarity edition) (cd) Dear God attached, Andy Partridge's cover concept realised, and polarity corrected, this is Skylarking as.
  7. May 13,  · Skylarking, the band’s ninth full-length album, came out in on the 27th of October. Produced by the legendary Todd Rundgren, the album is conceptually based on summer, loosely recalling the season from beginning to end.
  8. XTC Skylarking CD Andy Partridge. Description. Tracks. Produced by Todd Rundgren, the album was famously the most troublesome recording experience of XTC 's career, yet the combination of the 'quintessentially English' band and the American 'studio wizard' resulted in one of the most successful and artistically accomplished albums of the mid-late s.
  9. Song information for Dear God - XTC on AllMusic. The song that brought XTC to a wider audience in the States beyond pockets of alternative radio and critical appreciation here and there, "Dear God" didn't even originally appear on the album in America, instead being a B-side.

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