A History (1982–1985)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
A History (1982-1985)
Compilation album by The Golden Palominos
Released July 21, 1992
Recorded 1982 – 1985
Genre No Wave, Alternative rock
Length 73:09
Label Mau Mau Records
Producer Anton Fier
The Golden Palominos chronology
Drunk With Passion
(1991)
A History (1982-1985)
(1992)
A History (1986-1989)
(1992)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly A-[2]
Q 3/5 stars[3]

A History (1982–1985) is a compilation album by The Golden Palominos, released on July 21, 1992 through Mau Mau Records. It contains the band's first two albums with the exception of "Clean Plate" from The Golden Palominos.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Original album Length
1. "Hot Seat"   Anton Fier, Mark E. Miller, Charles K. Noyes The Golden Palominos 5:16
2. "Under the Cap"   Anton Fier, Arto Lindsay The Golden Palominos 5:35
3. "Monday Night"   Anton Fier, Arto Lindsay The Golden Palominos 6:31
4. "Cookout"   Anton Fier The Golden Palominos 4:39
5. "I.D."   Anton Fier, Arto Lindsay The Golden Palominos 6:47
6. "Two Sided Fist"   Anton Fier, Fred Frith, Arto Lindsay The Golden Palominos 7:44
7. "Boy (Go)"   Anton Fier, Jody Harris, Michael Stipe Visions of Excess 5:29
8. "Clustering Train"   Anton Fier, Jody Harris, Michael Stipe Visions of Excess 6:06
9. "Omaha"   Skip Spence Visions of Excess 3:12
10. "The Animal Speaks"   Robert Kidney Visions of Excess 4:08
11. "Silver Bullet"   Jamie Cullum, Anton Fier, Jody Harris, Syd Straw Visions of Excess 5:11
12. "(Kind of) True"   Anton Fier, Jody Harris, Syd Straw Visions of Excess 4:44
13. "Buenos Aires"   Anton Fier, Nicky Skopelitis, Syd Straw Visions of Excess 3:47
14. "Only One Party"   Anton Fier, Jody Harris, Arto Lindsay Visions of Excess 4:29

References[edit]

  1. ^ Beatty, Brian. "A History (1982-1985)". Allmusic. Retrieved November 30, 2012. 
  2. ^ Robbins, Ira (March 1993). "A History (1982-1985)". Entertainment Weekly (161): 63. Retrieved November 30, 2012. 
  3. ^ columnist (November 1992). "A History (1982-1985)". Q: 133. 

External links[edit]