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Graffiti Soul
     

Graffiti Soul

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by Simple Minds
 

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Graffiti Soul is the 15th studio album by Scottish stadium rockers Simple Minds. Recorded at Rockfield Studios, where Simple Minds recorded Reel to Reel Cacophony, Empires and Dance, and New Gold Dream, the band attempts to recapture the raw and edgy feeling of those early albums with renewed optimism and sense

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Graffiti Soul is the 15th studio album by Scottish stadium rockers Simple Minds. Recorded at Rockfield Studios, where Simple Minds recorded Reel to Reel Cacophony, Empires and Dance, and New Gold Dream, the band attempts to recapture the raw and edgy feeling of those early albums with renewed optimism and sense of purpose. Includes the single "Rockets.,"

Product Details

Release Date:
06/02/2009
Label:
Universal Uk
UPC:
0602527032085
catalogNumber:
2703208

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Simple Minds   Primary Artist
Charlie Burchill   Dulcimer,Guitar,Keyboards,Charango,E-bow
Mel Gaynor   Percussion,Drums
Jim Kerr   Vocals
Katie Kissoon   Background Vocals
Tom Hooper   Percussion
Jez Coad   Drums,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Andy Gillespie   Keyboards

Technical Credits

Simple Minds   Producer
Neil Young   Composer
Charlie Burchill   Composer
Simon Dawson   Engineer
Jim Kerr   Composer
Frank "Poncho" Sampedro   Composer
Mark Bishop   Engineer
Gordy Goudie   Composer
Jez Coad   Composer,Producer
Andy Gillespie   Composer

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Graffiti Soul 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a huge fan of the earlier Simple Minds and I thought it might be a good idea to spend 30 bucks on this new one. The music aside, the album was so poorly made I could only get one disc on my computer at a time. The music was also not that great. I still love New Gold Dream and Sparkle in the Rain (albums I listen to). On this album they claim they're not criminals but I really don't think I'll ever get my money back. Maybe they just have a sense of humor.