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Pop & Rock
Performer: The Soft Boys
Title: Invisible Hits
Style: Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,British Punk,College Rock,Jangle Pop,New Wave,Post-Punk,Punk/New Wave
Recording date: October, 1978 - June, 1979
Duration: 01:02:46
Date of release: 1983
Genre: Pop & Rock
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 985
MP3 size: 1441 mb
FLAC size: 1132 mb
WMA size: 1624 mb
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The Soft Boys - Invisible Hits mp3 flac

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By: The Soft Boys (1983, Rock). Live At The Portland Arms by The Soft Boys. A Can Of Bees by The Soft Boys. Nextdoorland by The Soft Boys. Two Halves For The Price Of One by The Soft Boys. Underwater Moonlight by The Soft Boys. View all albums . Invisible Hits. By: The Soft Boys (1983, Rock). 1. Wey-Wey-Hep-Uh-Hole.

Compilation album by The Soft Boys. Have a Heart, Betty (I'm Not Fireproof). Muriel's Hoof, The Rout of the Clones. Let Me Put It Next to You. When I Was a Kid. Rock 'n' Roll Toilet. 1990 Reissue Bonus Tracks. Have a Heart, Betty (I'm Not Fireproof) (Alternate mix). Rock 'n' Roll Toilet (Alternate mix). When I Was a Kid (Original mix). Love Poisoning (Original mix). Wey Wey Hep Uh Hole (Live).

Underwater Moonlight is the second studio album by English rock band The Soft Boys, released on 28 June 1980 by record label Armageddon. Initially unsuccessful, the album has gone on to be viewed as a psychedelic classic, influential on the development of the neo-psychedelia music genre and on a number of bands, especially . It is included in Robert Dimery's 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.

The Soft Boys were a pop band during the punk era led by Robyn Hitchcock, whose initially old fashioned music style of k became part of the neo-psychedelia scene with the release of Underwater Moonlight. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Invisible Hits Album.

While they only issued two albums and a few singles during their 4 years of existence between 1976 and 1980, the Soft Boys left behind a large quantity of unreleased recordings which began to look more attractive to record labels as Robyn Hitchcock's solo career took off, resulting in a string of archive releases. Invisible Hits", first issued in 1983, was the second of these and contains material recorded between October 1978 and June 1979

This is the third album by The Soft Boys, who had already gone their separate ways as a band a few year earlier. Most of the music went unreleased until 1983 and it was quite good. They got together 21 years later for a reunion CD in 2002 with original songs called "Nextdoorland". Get this torrent PLAY/STREAM TORRENT ANONYMOUS DOWNLOAD. BitCoin: PuUd6YdzsZVXn8.

Album Invisible Hits. Blues in the Dark Lyrics. Your arm it's made of silver Your elbow's made of gold Is your heart all black and empty Like a crater to behold. And your feet made of out nothing As they dance across the plain They're swifter than an an orange That unfurls inside a drain. Blues in the Dark" Track Info. Invisible Hits The Soft Boys.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Wey Wey Hep Uh Hole Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 3:29
2 Have a Heart, Betty (I'm Not Fireproof) Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 2:38
3 The Asking Tree Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 5:10
4 Muriel's Hoof/Rout of the Clones Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 4:02
5 Let Me Put It Next to You Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 1:59
6 When I Was a Kid Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 5:05
7 Rock & Roll Toilet Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 3:15
8 Love Poisoning Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 4:36
9 Empty Girl Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 4:56
10 Blues in the Dark Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 4:10
11 He's a Reptile Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 4:27
12 Have a Heart, Betty (I'm Not Fireproof) Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 2:36
13 Rock & Roll Toilet Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 2:39
14 When I Was a Kid Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 5:22
15 Love Poisoning Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 4:35
16 Wey Wey Hep Uh Hole Robyn Hitchcock The Soft Boys 3:47

Credits:

Robyn Hitchcock - Bass, Composer, Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Mike Kemp - Engineer
Rosalind Kunath - Photography
Jim Melton - Harmonica, Percussion, Vocals
Andy Metcalfe - Bass, Drums, Vocals
Kimberley Rew - Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Matthew Seligman - Bass
The Soft Boys - Primary Artist
Morris Windsor - Drums, Guitar, Vocals
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With only two albums to their name, The Soft Boys had quite a bit of unreleased material. Much of it never got released except on the rather strange live album from 1982 Live at the Portland Arms, and also bonus tracks to the reissues of Underwater Moonlight (many which are truly exceptional and should be sought out for the die hard fan). This official B-sides of the band came out several years after the official breakup of the group, and though Hitchcock had plenty of great solo records around this time, any new sounds from the late 1970’s session between the band’s two album is worth a listen. Many of these tracks rival the songs on Can of Bees, as the production is crisper (the gorgeous “Blues in the Dark” comes to mind) and the sound is more confident. “Rock n Roll Toilet” might be their take on the Rolling Stones classic sound, but it is a nice detour and one of their best songs. “Asking Tree” is perhaps the best blues song the band ever did, and proves though the band is known as a psychedelic touchstone by many, a lot of their sound is that of their idol’s idols and firmly rooted in said blues music.The progressive rock nature of the band is again represented in “Muriel’s Hoof” to pleasing results, and the storytelling of Hitchcock, influenced by Leonard Cohen and especially Bob Dylan is showcased on the wordy “Love Poisoning” and the laid back, demented tale “When I was a Kid”. Oddly, the first two songs are perhaps my least favorite, and “Wey Wey Hep Uh Hole” is a bit to repetitive for my tastes and “Have a Heart Betty” is rather bland in general. “He is a Reptile” is a rather famous tune for a b-side, and it does have a certain kind of laid back charm though its not a favorite Hitchcock tune for me (a little Hitch-by-numbers). “Empty Girl” is a better take on the type of songs Hitchcock would create for the remainder of his career: entertaining blasts of guitar noise with galloping rhythms and lyrics that make the listener laugh. With any kind of compilation, a bit of skipping a round is necessary, and it is doubtful that Invisable Hits will win over non-converts of the band via the first two albums. For the initiated, here are a bunch more well played songs about insanity and insects that you are bound to enjoy!