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MC5 - Thunder Express Album

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MC5 - Thunder Express Album
Garage Rock, Punk, Psychedelic Rock
  • Performer:
    MC5
  • Title:
    Thunder Express
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Garage Rock, Punk, Psychedelic Rock
  • Release date:
    1999
  • Country:
    Spain
  • Size FLAC version
    1319 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    2621 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1861 mb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    815
  • Record from:
    Vinyl, LP, Reissue, 220 gram

Tracklist

1Thunder Express
Written-By – MC5
4:22
2I Can Only Give You Everything
Written-By – P. Coulter, JT. Scott
2:55
3Empty Heart
Written-By – Jagger/Richards
8:34
4Rama Lama Fa Fa Fa
Written-By – MC5
10:06
5I Just Don't Know
Bass – Michael Davis Written-By – MC5
2:35
6Kick Out The Jams
Written-By – MC5
2:13
7 Bonus Track
8Ramblin' Rose
Written-By – Burch, Wilkin
3:05
9Motor City Is Burning
Written-By – J. Lee Hooker
4:19

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
62254-2MC5 Thunder Express ‎(CD)Skydog International62254-2France1992
MR CD 149, MRCD 149MC5 Thunder Express ‎(CD, RE, Gat)Munster Records, Munster RecordsMR CD 149, MRCD 149Spain1999
MECR-25024MC5 Thunder Express ‎(CD)MeldacMECR-25024Japan1993
noneMC5 Thunder Express 1972 ‎(CDr, RE, Unofficial)Not On Label (MC5)noneYugoslaviaUnknown
FREUD CD 71MC5 Thunder Express ‎(CD, RE)Jungle RecordsFREUD CD 71UKUnknown

Credits

  • Artwork [Artegrafia]Benito Lamas
  • BassSteve Moorhouse
  • DrumsDenis Thompson
  • EngineerP.B.L.
  • Executive-Producer, Design [Diseño De Portada]Iñigo Munster
  • GuitarFred "Sonic" Smith, Wayne Kramer
  • Mastered By [Master Of Product]Marz Z.
  • ProducerP.L.
  • VocalsRob Tyner

Notes

Pressed on 220 gram
Track B4 listed as 'Bonus track'.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 8435008814915
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - stamped): AE 12753/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - stamped): AE 12754/A

Companies

  • Licensed From – Skydog
  • Recorded At – Studio Hérouville
  • Pressed By – Gramofonové Závody – AE 12753
  • Pressed By – Gramofonové Závody – AE 12754

Video


Beazekelv
Capturing MC5 just before they split, after Davis had left (Steve Moorhouse on bass here), in a castle in Europe, live in the studio, the band blasting through old and new. While MC5 should be served raw, there is a difference between raw performance and a muddy production--or whatever you studio nurds call that. Still, this kicks out the jams and certainly has some moments that hardcore MC5 fans might want to check out. The sound quality might grow on you...or it might drive you up the wall.
Vozuru
A great performance. The panning is annoying. A reissue with corrections is in need.