Bandolier is the fifth album by Welsh rock band Budgie, released in September 1975 through MCA Records. It reached in the UK and was certified Gold in 1976. The album was released in the US on A&M Records in late 1975. The cover art was created by artist Patrick Woodroffe. The song "I Can't See My Feelings" was covered by Iron Maiden on the B-side of their 1992 single "From Here to Eternity".
Bandolier is a music studio album recording by BUDGIE (Prog Related/Progressive Rock) released in 1975 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. CD Repertoire Records - RR 4100-WZ (1990, Germany) CD Noteworthy Productions - NP6 (2004, UK) Remastered by Mike Brown & Robert Corich with 4 bonus tracks plus a Video.
I Can’t See My Feelings is such a tremendously riff-tacular song that no other than Iron f cking Maiden decided to cover it for a b-side to the single From Here to Eternity, and even if Stevie Harris and Adrian and Bruce and Eddie won’t admit it Budgie’s song is way better and should have been side-a.
Album Name Bandolier. Музыкальный стильHeavy Metal. Владельцы этого альбома40.
Hard-Rock, United-Kingdom (1975 - MCA Records) Узнать больше. 1. breaking all the house rules. I've been running from a dark horse, I can't lose it I've been calling to an old force, don't excuse it Now I'm in the back and I'm all right Got a mean kinda woman she's outta sight Well I don't mind now sit me with the old fool Out the back door, break the. house rules.
Bandolier is British rock band Budgie's fifth album, released in September 1975 through MCA Records. The album was released in the US on A&M Records (now owned by MCA successor Universal Music Group, while the MCA label itself has been absorbed into Geffen Records, which like A&M is currently a subsidiary of Interscope Records) in late 1975.
Though every Budgie album is great, this album is, in my opinion, the best Budgie album ever, hands down. Every song is really good, but "Napoleon Bona-Part One and Two" is the definite standout. Probably the weakest of these 7 are "Brittania" and "In For the Kill", but even these are pretty good.
And Bandolier in a sense is the first really modern Budgie album, one that saw them shake off the fuzz ‘n sludge of their earlier work, and start down a cleaner and sharper path. That’s not to say that the old wackiness of yore is gone. But whatever the sales figures figure, Bandolier is a remarkable piece of work.
|1||Breaking All The House Rules|
|3||Who Do You Want For Your Love?|
|4||I Can't See My Feelings|
|5||I Ain't No Mountain|
|6||Napoleon Bona-Part One / Napoleon Bona-Part Two|
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|SP-4618||Budgie||Bandolier (LP, Album, "R")||A&M Records||SP-4618||US||1975|
|62.011||Budgie||Bandolier (LP, Album, RE)||MCA Records||62.011||Germany||1977|
|6.22354 AS, 6.22 354, MAPS 8092||Budgie||Bandolier (LP, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records, MCA Records||6.22354 AS, 6.22 354, MAPS 8092||Germany||1975|
|SP-4618||Budgie||Bandolier (LP, Album, Promo)||A&M Records||SP-4618||US||1975|