Suspended Animation (The Monks album)

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Suspended Animation
Studio album by The Monks
Released 1981
Recorded Basing Street No. 1 Studio, London, England
Label Polydor
Producer Richard Hudson, John Ford, and Terry Cassidy
The Monks chronology
Bad Habits
(1979)
Suspended Animation
(1981)

Suspended Animation is an album by The Monks, released in 1981 in Canada on the Polydor label. In Germany it was released on CBS.

This album was the follow-up to The Monks debut album, Bad Habits. The songs are composed by Richard Hudson, John Ford, and Terry Cassidy.

The album was released in the U.K., on CD for the first time, on August 24, 1999 on the Resurgent label.

It was released yet again on January 12, 2009 on Angel Air Records.

The re-released versions of the album featured six additional songs, from the never-completed third album, "Cybernetic Sister".

In 2004, John Ford featured "Suspended Animation" on his solo album Backtracking released on Whole Shot Records.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Don't Want No Reds"
  2. "Suspended Animation"
  3. "Don't Bother Me - I'm a Christian"
  4. "James Bondage"
  5. "Grown-ups"
  6. "Oxford Street"
  7. "Cool Way to Live"
  8. "Go"
  9. "I Can Do Anything You Like"
  10. "Plastic Max"
  11. "King Dong"
  12. "Space Fruit"
  13. "Gold and Silver" (on 1999 and 2009 CD re-release)
  14. "Cybernetic Sister" (on 1999 and 2009 CD re-release)
  15. "Ann Orexia" (on 1999 and 2009 CD re-release)
  16. "Beasts in Cages" (on 1999 and 2009 CD re-release)
  17. "Slimy Gash" (on 1999 and 2009 CD re-release)
  18. "Lost in Romance" (on 1999 and 2009 CD re-release)

Album information[edit]

  • German issue: CBS Records 85 396
  • Canadian issue: Polydor PDS 1-6214
  • SJPCD 279 (Angel Air 2009 re-release) ASIN: B00000JQLU

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