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Ceremony is the fifth studio album by rock band The Cult, first released on 10 September 1991.
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Ceremony (The Cult album). Ceremony is the fifth studio album by rock band The Cult, first released on 23 September 1991.
Ceremony is the fifth studio album by rock band The Cult, first released on 23 September 1991. Ceremony represented a period of great turmoil within the band. Longtime bassist Jamie Stewart had departed prior to recording, and the working relationship between vocalist Ian Astbury and guitarist Billy Duffy was at an all-time low. The pair reportedly rarely agreed to appear at the studio together, opting to record their parts separately at different times.
Ceremony (LP, Album). Beggars Banquet, Virgin, Virgin. BEGA 122, 212087, 212 087. Europe. BBL 122 CD. The Cult. Ceremony (Cass, Album, Promo). Sire, Reprise Records.
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Erscheinungsdatum 1991. Labels Beggars Banquet. Musik GenreHard-Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen6. 2. Wild Hearted Son. 3. Earth Mofo.
This album spawned The Cult definitive " Wild Hearted Son " which is one of their most impressive songs to date. The opening track " Ceremony " is thunderous and epic, followed by "Wild Hearted Son" and then by the stomp rock of " Earth Mofo " which has great rock riffs followed by some great guitar solo work. White " starts more softly, reminding me of Led Zeppelin, before it goes into heavy guitar riffs and a nut-cracking solo. Overall Impression - 8 This album may have been a commercial flop but musically this is balls out hard rock. That said, some people may find this album to be cheesey and pompous which is hardly unjustified. But after this album The Cult threw away the sounds of Ceremony in favour of more alternative rock styles.