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Off The Record CD, Enregistrement original remasterisé

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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (24 janvier 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Enregistrement original remasterisé
  • Label: Rca Records Label
  • ASIN : B0006SNK94
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Fever of love
  2. Lost angels
  3. Midnight to daylight
  4. Windy city
  5. Live for today
  6. She gimme lovin'
  7. Laura lee
  8. Hard times
  9. Funk it up
  10. A distinct lack of ancient
  11. Funk it up
  12. Stairway to the stars
  13. Why don't you do it to me
  14. Midnight to daylight
  15. Lost angels
  16. She gimme lovin'
  17. Hard times

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de la variété je me marre, amusez vous à trouver dans cet album les influences et oui DEPP PURPLE, IRON MAIDEN,SCORPIONS mais je suis peut étre sourd j'ai cinquante cinq piges.
JGLB
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Les albums precedants laissaient prévoir le meilleur. Helas, the Sweet perd ses riffs accrocheurs et ce son lourd. On se rapproche d'avantage d'une variété qui a parfois mal vielli. Certaines melodies manquent parfois d'originalité. Heureusement, on ne peut pas dire ca de tout les titres de l'album. Par exemple, le titre Laura Lee (Show me the Way) est l'une des ballades les plus magnifiques qu'ils ont ecrites.
Bon, ce n'est pas le disque qui décoit, mais il n'est pas le meilleur du groupe.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Sweet..."Off The Record"...1977 & 2005 Extended Import with 8 BONUS TRACKS 24 avril 2013
Par Kevin B. "0820" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Now we are @ 1977 w/ Sweet's album titled "Off The Record" feat. 8 Bonus Tracks. I orig. bought this album (on vinyl) in May 1977. The song ORDER is a lot DIFFERENT, from the record. This is a DYNAMITE album & I'd like to offer my opinions of each song:

1. "Fever Of Love"...This is a pretty good & enjoyable song & I love this.

2. "Lost Angels"...Another real good song, that I really love a lot.

3. "Midnight To Daylight"...This song could remind me of 1974's "Teenage Rampage" & "Heartbreak Today" (very similar in their tempo). Real good song & I really like the harmonies.

4. Windy City"...I DIDN'T discover this in 1977, but in 2013, I DID notice how much this song could remind me of "My Woman From Tokyo", in certain parts. I like this song, very much. One thing about this song, that I DID remember were some of the other lyrics "I Wanna Be Rich" or ESP. "I WANNA BE FREE".

5. "Live For Today"...I just love the happy & positive meaning to this & I might as well just say I love EVERYTHING about this cut.

6. "She Gimme Lovin"...this song could remind me of 1974's "Sweet F.A." ONLY on the INTRO, but it DOES remind me, for sure, of "Set Me Free", musically & beat wise. This song has a real sexy feel to it.

7. "Laura Lee"...This song is okay, it's not my favorite, though.

8. "Hard Times"...I love this song, quite well, w/ some of it's comical lyrics.

9. "Funk It Up (David's Song)"...This song really stands out, in my memory, because it's entirely DIFFERENT from Sweet's other music. However, I do find that this song is enjoyable to listen to.

BONUS TRACKS:

10. "A Distinct Lack Of Ancient"...Well this is a FIRST, because I have never heard Sweet perform an INSTRUMENTAL song before @ all. Kind of a cool TITLE anyway, but I wish that there VOCALS to this cut. This is only a passable song & nothing more.

11. "Funk It Up (David's Song) (Extended Disco Mix)...Just about 2 minutes LONGER than the ORIG. version. Only difference is that they sing "FUNK IT UP" more often, but it's still good, anyway.

12. "Stairway To The Stars"...This song was ORIG. the 1st song on SIDE TWO of the record, that I once had. If I DIDN'T order the 2005 EXTENDED IMPORT CD, the cut "Stairway To The Stars" WOULDN'T have been incl., on the ORIGINAL (9 song) CD. This song is cute, catchy & I like the lyrics & their harmonies can really hit the HIGH notes here. And to think that Blue Oyster Cult even recorded a song called "Stairway to the Stars" on THEIR 1972 Debut album, although THEIR song is rather funny & an ENTIRELY DIFFERENT kind of song, from Sweet's own original song.

13. "Why Don't You Do It To Me"...The "B" side of "Stairway To The Stars". This song is pretty good!

14. "Midnight To Daylight" (Extended Version)...It's Pretty Good!

15. "Lost Angels" (Demo Version)...I like this!

16. "She Gimme Lovin" (Alternative Version-Previously Unreleased)...The NEXT 2 songs are from the 2002 DOUBLE album titled... THE SWEET..."STAIRWAY TO THE STARS"... (LIVE & RARE). These songs were re-recorded in 1992, 1993 & 1994.

17. "Hard Times"...(Alternative Version-Previously Unreleased)...SAME INFO as ABOVE!!! On this 2002 double CD...HALF the songs are recorded live in concert. The OTHER songs are STUDIO remixes.

I have always loved this 1977 record, so on April 19, 2013, I decided to order the (USED) 2005 Deluxe CD (at a decent price on Amazon) & I was happy that I did. OTHERWISE, if the CD is NEW, it is rather EXPENSIVE on Amazon. This album is MOST DEFINITELY recommended!!!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Remaster of this Classic Album by The Sweet reveals the full power of what was meant to be heard on the original vinyl album 22 février 2014
Par Kroll - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Off The Record is one of my favorite all time albums by The Sweet. While it did not yield any major hits, I have still loved it as a unity. On this Remastered version, I can hear the full sonic blast of all the instruments without any of the mastering limitations necessary to fit the album on vinyl. In fact, I bought it twice because I misplaced my first remaster copy.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Much Better Than Expected 7 avril 2014
Par RockSteadyEddie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I LOVE Give Us A Wink and was hoping for something similar, which this is not.
However it's still good hard rock with biting guitars.
There's only one stinker on the album, a disco song, but other than that it's pretty good.
Oh and by the way the RCA remaster sounds great!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent edition,with one minor flaw 7 février 2005
Par Philip A.Cohen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This disc features the UK edition of "Off The Record",which lacks "Stairway to The Stars",but not to worry,since it's included amongst the bonus tracks.As for the other bonus tracks,you get the non-L.P. b-sides "A Distinct Lack of Ancient" & "Why Don't You Do It to Me",the alternate "Midnight to Daylight"(which debuted on the German 2-CD set "Sweet Originals"),a Disco mix of "Funk it Up"(A Capitol U.S.A. creation made via tape copy repeats of certain sections.Yawn!),a fine previously unreleased demo of "Lost Angels",and alternate mixes of "She Gimme Lovin'" and "Hard Times" which have been heard on numerous previous outtakes CD's.My only complaint:the tape copy used for "Stairway to the Stars" has audible damage during the first second.Obviously,it passes quickly,but it wasn't present on any previous release of the song.Oh well,it's a mid-price CD....
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 SWEET AT THEIR PEAK AND THE END OF AN ERA!!! 11 février 2005
Par Derek J. Liddard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
With Sweet now touring constantly abroad (they hadn`t played in Britain for 3 years by this point) ardent fans were eagerly awaiting this album which turned out to be the last HEAVY offering from the band. They were not to be disappointed!No expense was spared, beginning most notably with the elaborate gatefold sleeve which adorned the original vinyl release. The album was written and conceived almost entirely in the studio, which bassist Steve Priest likened to having a taxi meter running. (CHECK OUT HIS BOOK "ARE YOU READY STEVE?") Apparently most of the band were fueled up on coke during the proceedings. As with the preceeding album "Give Us A Wink" Sweet were handling the production. The idea was to come up with a commercial rock `n` roll album but having said that, the two singles lifted from it that open the record both failed to chart."Fever Of Love", the first track has a real warmth to it, especially Connolly`s vocals, and a beautiful, soaring guitar break towards the end."Lost Angels", the next track has an "everything but the kitchen sink" production ... harmony guitar fills, Bad Company style riffing, Queen like shriek multi layered vocals."Midnight To Daylight" is pure, Sweet indulgence, in three and a half minutes. Begins like quite a commericial pop rock number before escalating into a guitar versus harmonica duel with a "trick the D.J." ending.The album`s killer cut is without a doubt "Windy City", a lengthy lament punctuated by a riff not too disimilar to Deep Purple`s "Woman From Tokyo", a Led Zeppelin "No Quarter" type break which leads into a frenzied bass, drums, guitar work out. This remained a stage favourite for years and usually came as the encore to the band`s show."Live For Today", which was the album`s working title up until the conception of the actual album cover reflects to a certain extent the influence punk was beginning to have even on the "old farts", and probably the influence drink was beginning to have on Connolly`s state of mind. Definitely an "I want out" song!"She Gimme Lovin`" is delivered at breakneck speed with swirling drums and a touch of the Robert Plant`s while "Hard Times" has a loose, jam type feel to it.It is preceeded by a beautiful acoustic track called "Laura Lee" and my only regret about this remastered CD is that the opportunity wasn`t taken to reunite the song with "Show Me The Way",a hard edged electric/acoustic, slashing piece of action initially scheduled to follow on without a break. (It ended up on it`s own as the B side to "California Nights".)"Off The Record" officially ended with what one reviewer described as a pointless "Fame" reworking, "Funk It Up". Sure it`s funky, but it`s a worthwhile track reflecting the "funky" leanings of many of the so called "heavier" bands circa 1977. The bonus cuts are two B sides, "A Distinct Lack Of Ancient" and "Why Don`t You Do It To Me", the most noteworthy being the former, an unusually haunting instrumental. Essentially, I would define this recording as Sweet at their peak and the end of an era. Subsequent albums saw a definite change, once again, in direction, coupled with first a lessening of Brian Connolly`s input and finally his departure. Highly recommended listening particularly if you enjoy bands like Deep Purple, Queen, Led Zeppelin ... more so than glam rock as you would expect.
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