Skids - Scared To Dance mp3 album
Title: Scared To Dance
Style: New Wave, Alternative Rock, Punk
Date of release: 1979
Size MP3: 1259 mb
Size FLAC: 1241 mb
Format: AIFF AHX XM AA VOX AUD FLAC
Scared to Dance is the debut studio album by Scottish new wave band Skids. It was released on 23 February 1979 by record label Virgin. Music and production. Scared to Dance was produced by David Batchelor and engineered by Mick Glossop. Scared to Dance was the first album to feature Stuart Adamson's 'bagpipe guitar', which would be the trademark of his later band Big Country. The album was preceded by the single "Into the Valley", released on 16 February 1979, which reached No. 10 in the UK Singles Chart Reception.
Skids - Scared To Dance. 4 people found this helpful. Listening to 'Scared To Dance' now, however, I realise he was right for the band. Their punk credentials rest mainly on Jobson, as the rest of the band could play rather better than most of their competitors. They could have substituted a hard rock vocalist like Ozzy Osbourne or Dan McCafferty for Jobson on certain tracks (the title track in particular) and no one would have thought they were listening to a new wave band. It isn't a perfect album by any means. Two or three of the songs in the second half of the original album don't have as much of an impact. In particular, 'Six Times' is too ambitious, the time signature changes being better left to the prog boys. Even so, it's one of the superior albums of its era.
The Skids' frontman remembers their legendary 'Into the Valley' performance on TOTP. More clips from Classic Album: The Skids' Scared to Dance. Classic Album: The Skids - Scared to Dance. It was very posh, but it was very cool" - Richard Jobson on The Skids signing to Virgin.
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