Game Theory - The Big Shot Chronicles album FLAC
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Band Name Game Theory. Album Name Big Shot Chronicles. Data de lançamento 1986. Labels Enigma Records. Estilo de MúsicaRock. Membros têm este álbum0. 1. Here It Is Tomorrow. 2. Where You Going Northern. 3. I've Tried Subtlety.
Come Home With Me. 30th Anniversary Expanded Reissue of Their Revered 3rd Full-Length Album! Omnivore Recordings continues the re-examination and re-appreciation of Game Theory’s stellar 1980s catalog with The Big Shot Chronicles.
Real Nighttime is the second full-length album from Game Theory, a California power pop band founded by guitarist and singer-songwriter Scott Miller. Released in 1985, the album is cited as "a watershed work in '80s paisley underground po. A 30th anniversary reissue was released in March 2015, on CD and in a limited first pressing on red vinyl, with 13 bonus tracks. The album was the group's first to be produced by Mitch Easter, who continued as the producer of all of their subsequent albums.
Big Shot Chronicles Import. While all Game Theory albums are true works of art, Scott Miller and associates absolutely hit the target dead center with Big Shot Chronicles. The album spins like a best of collection, with every song sounding like a true underground college radio hit. The album contains some of the best pop songs ever written, and the sound quality is amazing. Time has been kind to these recordings. This is easily one of THE best albums ever released in the 1980s.
The Big Shot Chronicles is Game Theory's third full-length album, released in 1986. Produced by Mitch Easter, it was recorded with a new line-up of Game Theory members after leader and songwriter Scott Miller moved the band's base from Davis to San Francisco, California Contents. Game Theory, 1985, during break from touring to record The Big Shot Chronicles in Winston-Salem. L-R: Ray, LaFreniere, Miller, Ziegler. The Big Shot Chronicles, released in 1986, was recorded in September 1985 at Mitch Easter's Drive-In Studio in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Out of all the albums in Game Theory’s near-perfect discography, The Big Shot Chronicles stands as the best introduction to the band, Scott Miller’s brilliant songwriting and the musicians he surrounded himself with. The album has aged wonderfully and packs as much punch as it did in 1986.