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City Boy - Japanese Cardboard Sleeve Albums Collection 1976-1979 (24-bit Remastering 2011)

City Boy - Japanese Cardboard Sleeve Albums Collection 1976-1979 (24-bit Remastering 2011)

City Boy - Japanese Cardboard Sleeve Albums Collection 1976-1979 (24-bit Remastering 2011)
Label: Air Mail Archive, Japan | 5CD | MP3 320 kbps | 486 MB
Genre: Rock, Progressive Rock, Hard Rock

City Boy were a moderately successful English rock band in the late 1970s, characterised by complex vocal arrangements and heavy guitars. These cardboard sleeve (mini LP) reissue from City Boy featuring 2011's 24-bit remastering. The cardboard sleeve faithfully replicates the UK first press LP design. The series featuring albums "City Boy", "Dinner At The Ritz", "Young Men Gone West", "Book Early", and "The Day The Earth Caught Fire".
At a time when punk rock and new wave were sweeping the music charts, Birmingham, England-based quintet, City Boy, produced melodic, hook-laden, progressive rock tunes. Despite placing two songs, "5--7--0--5," and "The Day the Earth Caught Fire," the title track of their 1979 album, in the British Top Ten, the band failed to capitalize on their commercial success and disbanded in 1981. According to The Gibraltar Encyclopedia of Progressive Rock, City Boy is remembered for their "strong identification with progressive rock and funk-oriented tracks." The inspiration for City Boy was sparked in the early '60s when lead vocalists Steve Broughton and Lol Mason met in prep school. In 1964, Mason befriended 12-string guitarist and bongo player Max Thomas. Two years later, Broughton, Mason, and Thomas recorded an acoustic album. left school and began writing songs together. When Thomas left to attend Suffolk University shortly afterwards, he lost touch with Broughton and Mason. By the time they reestablished their relationship, in 1969, Thomas had suffered several nervous breakdowns and was confined to the psychiatric ward of a hospital. Broughton, Mason, and acoustic guitarist Chris would pick him up each evening to spend the night jamming together. As an acoustic group, "Back-in-the-Band," the musicians began playing semi-regularly in a folk club, The Cherry Trees. In 1973, the group, renamed City Boy, was signed by the Vertigo label with the stipulation that they add an electric guitarist (Mike Slamer) and a drummer (Roger Kent). Their debut album, Mark I, was released three years later. Their first single, "Hap-Ki-Do," reached number 32 on the British charts. Kent was replaced by Roy Ward in 1978, shortly before the band embarked on a four-month tour of the United States as opening act for Hall and Oates. Although they signed with Atlantic for U.S. and Canada distribution, the days of City Boy were practically over. Despite moving to New York State, the band began to splinter with the departure of Broughton and Chris. Shortly after releasing a single on their own City Boy label in 1982, the group disbanded.

Track List:

City Boy - City Boy (1976)
01. Moonlight (Shake My Head And Leave)
02. Deadly Delicious
03. Surgery Hours (Doctor Doctor)
04. Sunset Boulevard
05. Oddball Dance
06. 5000 Years -- Don't Know Can't Tell
07. The Hap-Ki-Do Kid
08. The Greatest Story Ever Told
09. Haymaking Time
City Boy - Dinner At The Ritz (1976)
01. Momma's Boy
02. Walk On The Water
03. Narcissus
04. Dinner At The Ritz
05. Goodbye Blue Monday
06. The Violin
07. State Secrets: A Thriller (State Secrets/Heavy Breathing/Spring In Peking)
City Boy - Young Men Gone West (1977)
01. Dear Jean (I'm Nervous)
02. Bordello Night
03. Honeymooners
04. She's Got Style
05. Bad For Business
06. Young Men Gone West
07. I've Been Spun
08. One After Two
09. The Runaround
10. The Man Who Ate His Car
11. Millionaire
City Boy - Book Early (1978)
01. 5-7-0-5
02. Summer In The School Yard
03. Goodbye Laurelie
04. Raise Your Glass (To Foolish Me)
05. Cigarettes
06. What A Night
07. Do What You Do, Do Well
08. The World Loves A Dancer
09. Beth
10. Moving In Circles
11. Dangerous Ground
City Boy - The Day The Earth Caught Fire (1979)
01. The Day The Earth Caught Fire
02. It's Only The End Of The World
03. Interrupted Melody
04. Modern Love Affair
05. New York Times
06. Up In The Eighties
07. Machines
08. Ambition (Ambition/Me And My Tarot/Rev-On/The End)

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