Pretenders - Packed (CD)
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Digitally remastered and expanded two disc (CD + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) edition of this classic album from Chrissie Hynde and Co. includes bonus tracks plus a DVD. Produced by Mitchell Froom. fifth album PACKED! appeared in May 1990 with Billy Bremner back on lead guitar. Only two singles were issued from the album - "Never Do That" and "Sense of Purpose", neither of which charted in the UK, mystifyingly. The two b-sides (one a cover of the Beatles' "Not a Second Time") are featured here, while the DVD features the two rarely-seen promo videos, along with three BBC TV appearances from Wogan and the Late Show. The booklet in this digipak edition features all the lyrics, the singles sleeves and photos.
- 24 Feb 2015
- Audio CD
- Number of Discs
- Never Do That
- Sense Of Purpose
BBC TV Appearances:
- Never Do That (Wogan, June 1990)
- Millionaires (The Late Show, June 1990)
- Criminal (The Late Show, June 1990)
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- The Pretenders - Sense of purpose
- Pretenders -- Never Do That
- The Pretenders - How Do I Miss You?
- How Do I Miss You - The Pretenders
- Pretenders - "May this be love (Waterfall)" (Jimi Hendrix Cover)
- Pretenders - May This Be Love (02:44)
- Supply Source
- 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).
- Adam Seymour
- Billy Bremner
- Blair Cunningham
- Chrissie Hynde
- Dominic Miller
- Eric Heywood
- James Honeyman-Scott
- James Walbourne
- Johnny Marr
- Malcolm Foster
- Martin Chambers
- Michaël Memmi
- Nick Wilkinson
- Pete Farndon
- Robbie McIntosh
- T.M. Stevens