Remote Luxury (album)

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Remote Luxury
Studio album by The Church
Released 1984
Recorded 301 Studios, Sydney
Dec. 1983 & Winter 1984
Genre Alternative rock
Length 40:28
Label EMI Parlophone (Australia)
Warner Bros. (US) / (Canada)
Producer The Church and John Bee
The Church chronology
Seance
(1983)
Remote Luxury
(1984)
Heyday
(1985)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link

In 1984, the Church signed to Warner Bros. in the United States, which was interested in releasing the band's most recent material. Rather than simply put out the Persia and Remote Luxury EPs, the label decided to repackage them as one album. Along with reshuffling the tracks to give them some semblance of cohesiveness, Warner Bros. decided to release "Constant In Opal" as a U.S. single. The version of "No Explanation" has a 20-second instrumental jam tagged on to the front of it, apparently recorded separately from the original. The album was released on CD by Arista Records in 1990, but has since been deleted.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Constant in Opal" (Kilbey)
  2. "Violet Town" (Kilbey)
  3. "No Explanation" (Kilbey)
  4. "10,000 Miles" (Kilbey/Willson-Piper)
  5. "Maybe These Boys..." (Kilbey)
  6. "Into My Hands" (Kilbey)
  7. "A Month of Sundays" (Kilbey)
  8. "Volumes" (Willson-Piper)
  9. "Shadow Cabinet" (Kilbey/Koppes/Willson-Piper/Ploog)
  10. "Remote Luxury" (Kilbey)

Personnel[edit]

Additional Keyboards by Craig Hooper and David Moore