Babylon (The Tea Party song)

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"Babylon"
Promo CD Single, CDPRO 1611, Canada
Single by The Tea Party
from the album Transmission
Released September 1997
Format CD
Recorded Alkemical Studios (Montreal)
Genre Rock
Length 2:58
Label EMI Music Canada
Writer(s) The Tea Party
Producer(s) Jeff Martin
The Tea Party singles chronology
"Temptation"
(1997)
"Babylon"
(1997)
"Release"
(1998)

"Babylon" is a song by Canadian rock band The Tea Party. It was released as a promotional single in Canada.[1] The music video was shot in Toronto and was unique at the time for being one continuous shot with a single camera.

"Babylon" "was the last track to make it on to Transmission" and features "some of the most distorted sounds" The Tea Party ever made, with Jeff Burrows playing a sped up version of drums sampled from "Psychopomp" and "most guitar sounds are in fact keyboards in disguise".[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Babylon (radio mix)"

References[edit]

  1. ^ transmission era The Tea Party a visual discography Accessed 18 April 2007
  2. ^ Stuart Chatwood, In Tangents The Tea Party Collection 2000, CD, EMI Music Canada, Mississauga.

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