Adamski - Naughty album FLAC
Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Adamski collection. A rather excellent album by Adamski, during the hardcore heyday he made a down beat album predating the slower beats that would be in vogue during the mid to late '90s. That is probably why it sold so badly, being ahead of its time. Reply Notify me Helpful.
His third album was Naughty. It featured a collaboration with Nina Hagen on "Get Your Body!" and plenty of club tunes, expanding from the artist's acid house roots into the pop and rock genres. The cover art featured Adamski with his head shaven bare, hugging an umbrella. The next album, Adamski's Thing, was issued in late 1998 on Trevor Horn's ZTT Records label, recorded at Adrian Sherwood’s On-U Sound studios. The style followed the trend started with Naughty, with guitars, strings, raw vocals and introspective lyrics, but maintaining a rhythmic dance sensibility.
Album starts at 122BPM, ends at 122BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Adamski. Doctor Adamski's Musical Pharmacy.
Features Song Lyrics for Adamski feat. Nina Hagen's Naughty album. Nina Hagen - Naughty Album. Artist: Adamski feat. Nina Hagen" Ringtones to your Cell.
By: Adamski (1992, Electronic). More albums from Adamski: Adamski Vs. The Sentinels by Adamski. Liveandirect by Adamski. Doctor Adamski’s Musical Pharmacy by Adamski. View all albums . About.
Adamski - Naughty - (Vinyl, LP, Album). This was Adamski's second studio album and didn't do as well as Dr Adamski's Musical Pharmacy but in my opinion, Naughty is by far his best! It's early 90's dance at it's best and has great collaborations with Nina Hagen (Get Your Body!) and Ricardo Da Force (aka the rapper from the KLF)on the brilliant track Time Capsule. If you are a real fan of the 90s dance culture and wish to be transported back in time, then grab this album for your collection. Turn up the bass, strobe the lights, wear a t-shirt with a smiley face and blow a whistle! Yeah!
His third album was Naughty. Commercially, this album was not a big success. The next album, Adamski's Thing, was issued in late 1998 on the ZTT Records label. The style followed the trend started with Naughty, with guitars, strings, raw vocals and introspective lyrics, but maintaining a rhythmic dance sensibility
Adamski returned in 1998 with an album quite distinct from its predecessors, for several reasons. First, it's a true collaboration, with American house diva Gerideau, instead of the multiple vocalists on 1992's Naughty, and therefore lacks the somewhat scattered qualities of previous Adamski LPs. Second, Adamski's Thing reflects the producer's maturity (after raising his daughter), and is much closer to straight-ahead house (with a heavy Ibizan influence) than rave or hardcore.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|02||Born To Be Alive!
Vocals – Soho
|03||Back To Front||4:19|
|04||The Sky Is Falling||5:16|
|05||Get Your Body
Vocals – Nina Hagen
|07||Hard Drugs, Soft Flesh||4:20|
|08||Never Goin' Down!
Featuring – Jimi Polo
|11||Take The Money 'N' Run||3:46|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 988067 004574
|MCD10361, MCAD10361, MCD 10361, MCAD 10361||Adamski||Naughty (CD, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records, MCA Records, MCA Records||MCD10361, MCAD10361, MCD 10361, MCAD 10361||UK & Europe||1991|
|none||Adamski||Naughty (11xFile, AAC, Album, 256)||MCA Records||none||UK||Unknown|
|MCA 10361, MCAC 10361||Adamski||Naughty (Cass, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records||MCA 10361, MCAC 10361||Europe||1992|
|MCAD-10459||Adamski||Naughty (CD, Album)||MCA Records||MCAD-10459||Canada||1991|
|MCAC-10459||Adamski||Naughty (Cass, Album)||MCA Records||MCAC-10459||US||1992|