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Ed Kuepper - Black Ticket Day album FLAC

  • Performer: Ed Kuepper
  • Title: Black Ticket Day
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: UK & Europe
  • Released: 1992
  • Style: Folk Rock, Art Rock, Indie Rock
  • MP3 album: 1843 mb
  • FLAC album: 1618 mb
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 290
Ed Kuepper - Black Ticket Day album FLAC

Ed Kuepper and Dawson worked on an acoustic album, Today Wonder (October 1990), which McFarlane described was recorded "using unconventional guitar effects and an unusual drumkit" the pair "proved that less is more with a mix of new tunes and covers". Australian journalist, Ed Nimmervoll, noted that the album had "changed the tide. 1992 he was nominated for Best Independent Release for the album. Kuepper won Best Independent Australian Release in 1993, for Black Ticket Day (August 1992), and in 1994 for Serene Machine (March 1993). Black Ticket Day and Serence Machine had each reached No. 4. .Later music career: 1994–current.

Black Ticket Day is the sixth solo album by Australian guitarist and songwriter Ed Kuepper recorded in 1992 and released on the Hot label.

1992 studio album by Ed Kuepper. Black Ticket Day. Studio album by. Ed Kuepper. Real Wild Life" - 3:52. All My Ideas Run to Crime" - 5:46. Black Ticket Day" - 4:42. Helps Me Understand" - 5:42. There's Nothing Natural" - 3:49. Walked Thin Wires" - 6:39. Recorded at Electric Avenue Studio, Rozelle, Sydney, Australia. Ed Kuepper - vocals, guitar.

Ed Kuepper one of the best acoustic song writer/singer's in my da.Better stick to Benny Goodman then. Came out of a brilliant rock band and forged a stellar solo career. Most don't get it. And that's fine by me. 6 years назад. Someone who shall remain nameless said to me that this tune sounds remarkably similar to the theme to Degrassi High.

Artist: Ed Kuepper Title: Black Ticket Day Year Of Release: 1992 Label: Hot Records Genre: Rock, Post-Punk, Folk-Rock Quality: FLAC (image+. Real Wild Life (03:53) 04. All My Ideas Run to Crime (05:48) 05. Black Ticket Day (04:43) 06. Helps Me Understand (05:43) 07. There's Nothing Natural (03:50) 08.

Ed Kuepper Black Ticket Day lyrics & video : Remember the rain had started As we started out on this Black ticket day Our fingers were worn Our skin had been torn As we started. Album: Black Ticket Day, Original Release Date: 1992-08. Song Duration: 4 min 42 sec. Top Ed Kuepper LyricsNothing Changes In My House Ill Wind Sleepy Head By The Way Highway To Hell I'm With You So Close To Certainty Who's Been Talking La Di Doh When She's Down. Record Label(s): 1992 Hot Records.

Marvin The Album Diesel Hepfidelity The Black Sorrows Better Times. 1993 Breakthrough Artist - Album - Frente! - Marvin The Album. Other Nominees : Wendy Matthews Lily Rockmelons Form One Planet Hunters & Collectors Cut Ed Kuepper Black Ticket Day. 1993 Best Group - Crowded House - Weather With You. Other Nominees


1 It's Lunacy 3:58
2 Blind Girl Stripper 9:03
3 Real Wild Life 3:53
4 All My Ideas Run To Crime 5:47
5 Black Ticket Day 4:43
6 Helps Me Understand 5:42
7 There's Nothing Natural 3:50
8 Walked Thin Wires 6:41

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Electric Avenue Studios
  • Mixed At – Electric Avenue Studios


  • Bass, Arranged By [Strings] – Sir Alfonso
  • Double Bass [String Bass] – Cameron Undy
  • Drums, Percussion – Mark Dawson
  • Photography – Judi Dransfield
  • Piano, Organ, Flute – Peter Bull
  • Producer – Ed Kuepper, Phil Punch
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Adam Chapman, Phil Punch
  • Saxophone – Tim Hopkins
  • Strings – The Hub String Quartet
  • Vocals – Paula Punch
  • Vocals, Guitar – Edmund Kuepper*
  • Written-By – E. Kuepper*


Recorded and mixed at Electric Avenue, Sydney, early 1992

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5021456005604
  • Barcode (Printed): 5 021456 005604

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HOT 1040 Ed Kuepper Black Ticket Day ‎(LP, Album) Hot Records , Bayzare HOT 1040 UK & Europe 1992
HOT 1040C Ed Kuepper Black Ticket Day ‎(Cass, Album) Hot Records HOT 1040C Australia 1992

Reviews about Ed Kuepper - Black Ticket Day (1):
There's Nothing Natural is the standout here. The album - a little weak in the knees perhaps, but still well worth the price of admission. Live... they were great at the time.

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