Skyscraping

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For the song from the album, see Skyscraping (song).
Skyscraping
Studio album by ABC
Released 1997
Genre Rock
Label Blatant/Deconstruction
ABC chronology
Abracadabra
(1991)
Skyscraping
(1997)
The Lexicon of Live
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Skyscraping is an album by music group ABC.

The album was released in 1997, as a homage to lead singer Martin Fry's several musical heroes, including David Bowie, Roxy Music and The Sex Pistols.

The line-up of ABC then consisting of Martin Fry, Glenn Gregory of Heaven 17 and Keith Lowndes, the album was met with positive reviews from critics rather than broad commercial success.

Three singles were released: "Rolling Sevens", "Skyscraping", and "Stranger Things".

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by ABC except where indicated.

1997 Blatant/Deconstruction 74321 45653 2[edit]

  1. "Stranger Things"
  2. "Ask a Thousand Times"
  3. "Skyscraping"
  4. "Who Can I Turn To?"
  5. "Rolling Sevens"
  6. "Only The Best Will Do"
  7. "Love Is Its Own Reward"
  8. "Light Years"
  9. "Seven Day Weekend" (John Uriel)
  10. "Heaven Knows"
  11. "Faraway"

1997 BMG Japan BVCP-6029[edit]

  1. "Stranger Things"
  2. "Ask a Thousand Times"
  3. "Skyscraping"
  4. "Who Can I Turn To?"
  5. "Rolling Sevens"
  6. "Only The Best Will Do"
  7. "Love Is Its Own Reward"
  8. "Light Years"
  9. "Seven Day Weekend" (John Uriel)
  10. "Heaven Knows"
  11. "Faraway"
  12. "Stranger Things (Acoustic Version)"
  • Bonus Track

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1997) Peak
position
UK Albums Chart[2] 97

Personnel[edit]

See also[edit]

  • Honeyroot (The ambient music project of Glenn Gregory and Keith Lowndes)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Skyscraping at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Chart Log UK: A - Azzido Da Bass". Zobbel.de. Retrieved 2012-06-23. 

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