Type 7''. Date de parution Mars 1968. Labels Skydog Records A-Square Records. Style MusicalHard Rock. Membres possèdant cet album0. Autres productions de MC5. I Can Only Give You Everything.
Back in the USA is the debut studio album (and second album overall, following 1969's live album Kick Out the Jams) by American rock band MC5. The central focus of the album is the band's movement away from the raw, thrashy sound pioneered and captured on their first release, the live album Kick Out the Jams (1969). This was due in part to producer Jon Landau's distaste for the rough psychedelic rock movement, and his adoration for the straightforward rock and roll of the 1950s.
MC5 earned national attention with their first album, Kick Out the Jams, recorded live on October 30 and 31, 1968, at Detroit's Grande Ballroom. Elektra executive Jac Holzman and producer Bruce Botnick recognized that MC5 were at their best when playing for a receptive audience. Black to Comm (1994). Looking At You (1995). The American Ruse (1995). Ice Pick Slim (1997).
com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. The best album by MC5 is Kick Out The Jams which is ranked number 1,086 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 2,286. MC5 is ranked number 768 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 2,774. Members who like this artist also like: The Stooges, The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin.
Looking at You. Rock n' Roll Pips (live). Kick Out the Jams (uncensored Version). MC5 had a promising beginning which earned them a January 1969 cover appearance in Rolling Stone and a story written by Eric Ehrmann before their debut album was released. They developed a reputation for energetic and polemical live performances, one of which was recorded as their 1969 debut album Kick Out the Jams.
The MC5 was a hard rock band that came out of Detroit, USA in 1966. Their blend of furious hard rock and intense political sentiment was a critical influence on the punk rock movement of the 70s. Standing for "Motor City Five", MC5 established themselves with their first album, Kick Out the Jams, recorded live on October 30 and 31, 1968. The album caused some controversy due to the title track Kick Out the Jams rallying cry of "kick out the jams, motherfuckers," and John Sinclair's inflammatory liner notes.
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|A²-333||MC5||Looking At You / Borderline (7", Single)||A-Square Records||A²-333||US||1968|
|M 001, A 001||MC5||Borderline / Looking At You (7", Single)||Skydog, Skydog||M 001, A 001||France||1977|
|Ner3012, NER3012||MC5||Looking At You / Borderline (7", Single, RE)||Total Energy, Total Energy, A-Square Records||Ner3012, NER3012||US||1998|
|M 001, A 001||MC5||Borderline / Looking At You (7", Single, RE)||Skydog, Skydog||M 001, A 001||France||1977|
|A²-333||MC5||Looking At You / Borderline (7", Single, RE, Unofficial)||A-Square Records||A²-333||US||Unknown|