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Suck - Time To Suck mp3 album

Suck  - Time To Suck mp3 album Performer: Suck
Title: Time To Suck
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Hard Rock, Prog Rock
Date of release: 1971
Size MP3: 1697 mb
Size FLAC: 1640 mb
Rating: 4.5
Format: MPC MP1 WMA AAC MIDI DMF AU

Time To Suck ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial). And unfortunately there was no tomorrow for the band. The band managed to release their only album, Time to Suck, and broke up (because of annoying the Apartheid government, they were banned from performing in many parts of the country), all within a six month time span. Just check out the songs they cover: Grand Funk Railroad's "Sin's a Good Man's Brother" and "Aimless Lady", King Crimson's "21st Century Schizoid Man", Deep Purple's "Into the Fire" and even Colosseum's "Elegy".

Time to Suck' is a highly charged package of manic drumming, scorching guitars and sublime wailing vocals from the sadly departed Andy Ionnides. Suck descended on an unsuspecting SA music scene, swiftly gained a bad reputation, produced an album of white hot rock which could easily rub shoulders with the like of those they were covering (Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Grand Funk, King Crimson, etc) and then just as quickly disbanded and disappeared. Disillusionment with their management and the SA music scene in general (which had done them no favours) meant that their 15 minutes of fame was over in 8 months, but what a great 15 minutes.

Suck : Time to Suck,álbum, crítica, lista de pistas, mp3, letras. Data de lançamento 1970. Labels Parlophone Records Megaphone Records. Estilo de MúsicaHard Rock. Membros têm este álbum2.

Time to Suck was the sole LP the group recorded in its short eight-month run (1970-1971), a time during which the band, unlike fellow Big Heavies like Freedom's Children and Otis Waygood, didn't manage to rise from their cover band status. However, what they lacked in artistic development, they made up for in sheer power.

The Suck is a virtually unknown South African hard rock band from the early '70s. They released one very rare & mind-frying album, 'Time To Suck', in 1970. This is heavy 70's rock with a real attitude, which is always remarkable in & of itself, but The Suck deserve special recognition for their rapacious rampage through a conservative South Africa in 1970.

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Firstly, my friend, I saw SUCK live. In 1970! I was only 11 at the time.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Aimless Lady
Written-By – M. Farner*
3:12
A2 21st Century Schizoid Man
Written-By – Lake*, McDonald*, Giles*, Sinfield*, Fripp*
4:51
A3 Season Of The Witch
Written-By – D. Leitch*
10:07
B1 Sin's A Good Man's Brother
Written-By – M. Farner*
3:35
B2 I'll Be Creeping
Written-By – Fraser*, Rodgers*
3:19
B3 The Whip
Written-By – Ionnides*, Forer*, Grande*, Gilroy*
2:54
B4 Into The Fire
Written-By – Gillan*, Paice*, Lord*, Blackmore*, Glover*
3:18
B5 Elegy
Written-By – Litherland*
2:58

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Chappell
  • Published By – Essex Music
  • Published By – Southern Music
  • Published By – Ardmore & Beechwood
  • Published By – B. Feldman
  • Published By – Plymouth Music
  • Printed By – Artone Press

Credits

  • Bass Guitar – Louis Joseph Forer*
  • Directed By [Produced Under The Direction Of] – Clive Calder
  • Drums – Saverio Grande
  • Engineer – Leo Lagerwey
  • Flute, Vocals – Andrew Ionnides
  • Guitar – Stephen Gilroy
  • Photography By [Center Spread] – Rick Alexander
  • Photography By [Front & Back Cover] – Alan Schlesinger
  • Producer – Julian Laxton

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): YPEAX 1047
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): YPEAX 1048

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PL 571 Suck Time To Suck ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Progressive Line PL 571 2002
2074 Suck Time To Suck ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Megaphone 2074 France Unknown
S1183501 Suck Time To Suck ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Not On Label (Suck ) S1183501 Russia 2017
FRESHCD 118 Suck Time To Suck ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Fresh Music FRESHCD 118 South Africa 2001
AP-001 Suck Time to Suck ‎(Cass, S/Sided, Album, Ltd) Acid Punx AP-001 US 2011


User reviews
Jonariara
I have added the rare Suck single on discogs you can view it here https://www.discogs.com/Suck-Aimless-Lady-The-Whip/release/12813087
Gaeuney
Dear lord. What is this, that stands before me? The band was so utterly powerful and unrelenting that you really can't be sure if the vocals on "Aimless Lady" have a fake echo, or are actually coming from a fifty-foot-tall man singing through a canyon. From start to finish, the whole thing burns a fierce torch and never falters.They were apparently only stable enough to pull together a single recording session, and though it's almost all covers, these freaks hit the spot in every department. …Wait, did this seriously come from Apartheid-era South Africa?
Dilkree
Yes. I actually saw them live sometime inthe seventies. Awesome
Mozel
Suck came out of South Africa and were a big thorn in the side of the Apartheid government. They did it without recording politically-oriented songs. This was a no compromise band, taking covers of songs from several different artists, and play like there was no tomorrow, instantly irritating conservative South African society and the government. And unfortunately there was no tomorrow for the band. The band managed to release their only album, Time to Suck, and broke up (because of annoying the Apartheid government, they were banned from performing in many parts of the country), all within a six month time span. Just check out the songs they cover: Grand Funk Railroad's "Sin's a Good Man's Brother" and "Aimless Lady", King Crimson's "21st Century Schizoid Man", Deep Purple's "Into the Fire" and even Colosseum's "Elegy". I was surprised they took on Grand Funk, I couldn't believe Grand Funk was known in South Africa, especially because the band was still making a name for themselves in America. It's unbelievable their take on Donovan's "Season of the Witch". Who'd thought this could translate into heavy metal? They succeeded, although it starts off calm, with nice flute playing, but then it gets all heavy. There's only one original, which shows that could hold their own. Had they had more of a chance and not had the government hovering over them like that, they would have been able to record more original material. Some people could probably live without this album, because it's almost all covers, but I love what they do with them here, so I'm not complaining. It's an amusing slice of early hard rock/heavy metal, and also amazing this album even existed, given the circumstances the band were under.