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Cockney Rebel - The Psychomodo album FLAC

  • Performer: Cockney Rebel
  • Title: The Psychomodo
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Glam
  • MP3 album: 1117 mb
  • FLAC album: 1280 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 336
Cockney Rebel - The Psychomodo album FLAC

The Psychomodo is the second studio album by Cockney Rebel, released in 1974. It was produced by Steve Harley and Alan Parsons. Those first two albums were heavily orchestrated. I was 22 years old, at Abbey Road with a full orchestra and a choir for songs like "Sebastian". oh, it was magnificent for a young ma. Steve Harley recalling The Human Menagerie and The Psychomodo albums in 2013.

If The Human Menagerie, Cockney Rebel's debut album, was a journey into the bowels of decadent cabaret, The Psychomodo, their second, is like a trip to the circus. Except the clowns were more sickly perverted than clowns normally are, and the fun house was filled with rattlesnakes and spiders. Such twists on innocent childhood imagery have transfixed authors from Ray Bradbury to Stephen King, but Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel were the first band to set that same dread to music, and the only ones to make it work. The Psychomodo was also the band's breakthrough album.

The Psychomodo ‎(LP, Album). Emi, emi. Emc 3033, oc 062 ○ 05595. The Psychomodo ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM). EMI. TOCP-70738.

'The Psychomodo'' is the second studio album by Cockney Rebel, released by EMI Records. The album failed to chart on the American charts, but charted at number eight in the United Kingdom. The album was re-released in 2001 on compact disc with two bonus tracks. Tracklist: 1. Sweet Dreams 2. The Psychomodo 3. M. oft 4. Singular Band 5. Ritz 6. Cavaliers 7. Bed In The Corner 8. Sling It! 9. Tumbling Down Bonus tracks: 10. Big Big Deal 11.

The Psychomodo is the second studio album by Cockney Rebel, released in 1974. The lack of success for their debut album in the UK led EMI to feel that Harley had yet to record a potential hit single. In response, he went away and re-worked his unrecorded song "Judy Teen", which was released in March 1974 and became a UK Top 5 hit. When "Judy Teen" was released and began climbing the charts, the band had already started recording their second album The Psychomodo.

Band Name Cockney Rebel. Album Name The Psychomodo. Released date 02 June 1974. Music StyleGlam Rock. Members owning this album1. 7. Bed in the Corner. 8. Tumbling Down. Other productions from Cockney Rebel. The Quality of Mercy. Face to Face: A Live Recording.

The Psychomodo is the second studio album by Cockney Rebel Contents. The album was recorded during February and March, at Morgan Studios, Nova Sound Studios and AIR Studios in London. It was mastered at Abbey Road Studios.


A1 Sweet Dreams 2:03
A2 Psychomodo 4:02
A3 Mr. Soft 3:17
A4 Singular Band 3:00
A5 Ritz 7:10
B1 Cavaliers 8:30
B2 Bed In The Corner 3:35
B3 Sling It! 2:35
B4 Tumbling Down 5:51


  • Bass [Fender] – Paul Jeffreys
  • Drums, Percussion – Stuart Elliot*
  • Engineer – Geoff Emerick, John Middleton, Peter Flanagan, Richard Dodd
  • Keyboards – Milton Reame-James
  • Mastered By – Chris Blair
  • Producer – Alan Parsons
  • Violin [Electric], Guitar [Guitars] – Jean-Paul Crocker
  • Vocals, Producer, Written-By – Steve Harley

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 5 099915 760210
  • Barcode (EAN-Code, Scanned): 5099915760210
  • Other: LC 0542

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EMC 3033, OC 062 ○ 05595 Cockney Rebel The Psychomodo ‎(LP, Album) EMI, EMI EMC 3033, OC 062 ○ 05595 UK 1974
TOCP-70738 Cockney Rebel The Psychomodo ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap) EMI TOCP-70738 Japan 2009
1C 064-05 595 Cockney Rebel The Psychomodo ‎(LP, Album, RP) EMI 1C 064-05 595 Germany Unknown
3 C062-05595 Cockney Rebel The Psychomodo ‎(LP, Album) EMI 3 C062-05595 Italy 1974
EMS-80006 Cockney Rebel The Psychomodo ‎(LP, Album, Promo) EMI EMS-80006 Japan 1974

Reviews about Cockney Rebel - The Psychomodo (1):
First thing to note of the sound is how loud the record is cut. It doesn't have a great dynamic range but I doesn't strive to have one. This is a record thats purely just trying to be fun and inviting through its crisp loudness. The staging is done well and it would be a purely pleasant listen if it weren't for the sibilant S´s on some vocals. Careful if you dont have a stylus grade higher than elliptical or an MC cart to dampen them, especially if you primarily listen through headphones.Its not an audiophile record, and it doesn't have to be one, it does all it really needs. If you however love this album and require those dynamics anyway then the only real place to look is potentially the first press UK or US for vinyl.Update: Listening to a first press UK reveals that its pretty much identical in sound and loudness.Rega RP1 with Nagaoka MP-110 cartridgeCyrus 2 AmplifierSystem Fidelity SF-3050 speaker towersCustom made HQ speaker cables

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