Fixx - Beautiful Friction (CD)

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2012 release, the 10th studio album from the veteran New Wave/Rock band. The band still features the same five members that created almost every one of their previous studio albums (plus live releases) since 1982. Beautiful Friction was produced by Nick Jackson and mixed by longtime collaborator, Stephen W. Tayler with additional mixes from Mark Needham. This collection of new songs, called "among their very best" will allow The Fixx to prove once again that they are always evolving and seeking new musical horizons.

Product Details

Barcode
186535006721
Department
Music
Released
13 Jul 2012
Artist
Fixx
Format
Audio CD
Genre
Rock
Label
Kirtland Records
Tracks
  1. Anyone Else
  2. Just Before Dawn
  3. Take A Risk
  4. Beautiful Friction
  5. What God?
  6. Second Time Around
  7. Follow That Cab
  8. Shaman
  9. Something Ahead Of You
  10. Girl With No Ceiling
  11. Small Thoughts
Year
2012
Videos
The Fixx - Beautiful Friction
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Published 9 years ago by Franck PELISSIER
Duration: 04:50
HD
The Fixx - Take A Risk
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Published 9 years ago by cinecromancer
Duration: 03:46
Supply Source
USA

The Fixx

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Profile
The Fixx are an English rock band formed in London in 1979, initially calling themselves Portraits.

Initially formed by college friends Cy Curnin (vocals) and Adam Woods (drums), the pair recruited keyboardist Rupert Greenall, guitarist Tony McGrail and bassist Charlie Barret.
The group released 2 singles under the name The Portraits.

In 1980, McGrail left and was replaced by guitarist Jamie West-Oram and changed their name to The Fix, then The Fixx, as their new label, MCA was worried about the potential drug-user implication of the band's name.

Members
Cy Curnin
Jamie West-Oram
Rupert Greenall
Adam Woods
Dan K. Brown
Members
  • Adam Woods
  • Alfie Agius
  • Charles Barrett
  • Cy Curnin
  • Dan K. Brown
  • Jamie West-Oram
  • Rupert Greenall
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