Pretenders - Learning to Crawl (Super-Audio CD)

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CD/SACD hybrib. Audiophile mastering from original master tapes with unparalleled fidelity. Killer third album from 1983 includes "Back On The Chain Gang" and "Middle Of The Road".

Product Details

Barcode
821797205764
Department
Music
Released
1 Nov 2019
Artist
Pretenders
Format
Super-Audio CD
Genre
Rock
Label
Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
Tracks
  1. Middle of the Road
  2. Back on the Chain Gang
  3. Time the Avenger
  4. Watching the Clothes
  5. Show Me
  6. Thumbelina
  7. My City Was Gone
  8. Thin Line Between Love and Hate
  9. I Hurt You
  10. 2000 Miles
Year
2012
Videos
The Pretenders - I Hurt You
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Published 10 years ago by SkolvanVikac
Duration: 04:37
The Pretenders - 2000 miles
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Published 8 years ago by Christmassychannel
Duration: 03:47
The Pretenders - Back On The Chain Gang HQ Music
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Published 10 years ago by This Is Music!
Duration: 03:47
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Supply Source
USA

The Pretenders

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Profile
Born out of the British post-punk era of the late 1970's, Pretenders have evolved mainly as a four-piece outfit with various members around core vocalist and songwriter Chrissie Hynde, playing a distinctive style of rock and pop.
The latest (2002) line-up as featured on the 'Loose Screw' album is:
Chrissie Hynde (Lead vocals, guitar), Adam Seymour (Lead guitar, backing vocals), Martin Chambers (Drums) & Andy Hobson (Bass).
Other notable ex-members include:
Pete Farndon (Bass), James Honeyman-Scott (Guitar), T.E. Stevens (Guitar), Robbie McIntosh (Guitar) & Malcolm Foster (Bass).

Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2005 (Performer).
Members
  • Adam Seymour
  • Billy Bremner
  • Blair Cunningham
  • Chrissie Hynde
  • Dominic Miller
  • Eric Heywood
  • James Honeyman-Scott
  • James Walbourne
  • Johnny Marr
  • Malcolm Foster
  • Martin Chambers
  • MichaĆ«l Memmi
  • Nick Wilkinson
  • Pete Farndon
  • Robbie McIntosh
  • T.M. Stevens
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