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9 thoughts on “ Generals And Majors - XTC - Black Sea (Cassette, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Black Sea on Discogs.4/5(1).
  2. studio album by XTC Black Sea Studio album by XTC Released12 September RecordedJune–July StudioThe Town House, London Genre Pop post-punk Length LabelVirgin ProducerSteve Lillywhite XTC chronology Drums and Wires Black Sea English Settlement Singles from Black Sea "Generals and Majors" Released: 9 August "Towers of London" Released: 10 October "Sgt Genre: Pop, post-punk.
  3. XTC - Black Sea (Gm Vinyl) - Music. Skip to main CDs & Vinyl Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders. Try Prime. Cart Hello Select your address 5/5(11).
  4. XTC continue on with the big drum sound of Drums and Wires, adding more polish and an even heavier-hitting approach for Black Sea-- their arrangements are fuller and they rock harder than ever Drums and Wires implied social commentary, Black Sea more directly addresses sociopolitical concerns, handling them not strictly in a theoretical sense, but rather showing a human .
  5. Generals and Majors Lyrics: Generals and Majors, ah ah! / They're never too far / From battlefields so glorious / Out in a world of their own / They'll never come down / 'Til once again victorious.
  6. "Generals and Majors" is a song written by Colin Moulding of the English rock band XTC, released as the first single from their album Black Sea. Moulding accordingly wrote the song as a satirical take on the phrase "oh, what a lovely war". The song charted in the UK single chart at No. 32 and No. on the US singles chart, while reaching No. 28 on Billboard's Album Rock Tracks chart. It was the first .
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  8. Non-album release: August "Generals and Majors" (Moulding) 32 24 92 16 Reached #28 on Billboard's Album Rock Tracks chart (US) Black Sea: October "Towers of London" (Partridge) 31 October The Colonel: "Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen" (The Colonel) i.e. Moulding: Pseudonymous single by XTC's Colin Moulding, with Terry Chambers.
  9. Black Sea is the group's fourth album, continuing along the sonic improvements and compositional maturity that took root with its previous release, Drums and Wires. "Respectable Street," "Generals and Majors," and "Towers of London" are the closest this group of misanthropes is likely to come to accessible, mainstream pop.

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