8 thoughts on “ Low Budget - The Kinks - One For The Road (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”
Limited edition double gm pink colored vinyl LP pressing housed in a gatefold sleeve. The legendary Kinks paved the way for heavy metal and punk while still making their mark on pop music and their essential live album, One For The Road truly has it all/5(3).
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Sep 02, · referencing One For The Road, 2xLP, Album, 18()/ I'm looking for a german version that was mispressed. My first disc has the side 1 label on side B (runout: B-1/80S) and is blank on the actual side A (runout: A-1/80S)/5().
We're in a low budget film where nothing can last Money's rare there's none to be found So don't think I'm tight if I don't buy a round I'm on a low budget What did you say Yes I'm on a low budget I thought you said that I'm on a low budget I'm a cut price person in a low budget land I'm on a low budget Say it again Low budget One more time Low.
Low Budget doesn't have a narrative like Preservation or Soap Opera, but Ray Davies cleverly designed the album as a sly satire of the recession and oil crisis that gripped America in the late '70s -- thereby satisfying his need to be a wry social commentator while giving American audiences a hook to identify with. It was a clever move that worked; not only did Low Budget become their highest.
Low Budget is a thought-provoking and challenging chart-topping masterpiece that takes a hard look at the real world as it focuses on contemporary issues of the time inflation, labour strife, the energy crises and lack of government action, as the band made it a winning first rate blockbuster classic heralded by it’s hard rock sound that/5(99).
The Kinks were enjoying a second wind once signing with Arista in the mids after some spotty recordings earlier in the decade. "Sleepwalker" () and "Misfits" () showed the band getting tighter and stronger and the material Ray Davies was writing was approaching some of his best, but nothing could prepare fans for "Low Budget".Reviews:
The Kinks social commentary regarding the plight of America, as the turbulent '70s was drawing to a close, fueled the group's Low Budget album. The recording boasts several noteworthy cuts which includes "A Gallon of Gas", "Misery", "Catch Me Now I'm Falling", " (Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman", "Attitude", and the strong title track.