Babylon (The Tea Party song)

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"Babylon"
The Tea Party Babylon.jpg
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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