Shout and Deliver

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"Shout and Deliver"
Single by The Reels
from the album Quasimodo's Dream
B-side "Depression"
Released March 1981
Format 7" Vinyl
Recorded 1980 – 1981 at Albert Studios
Genre Pop, new wave
Length 2:42
Label Polygram
Songwriter(s) David Mason
Producer(s) The Reels
The Reels singles chronology
"After the News" / "Media Themes"
(1980)
"Shout and Deliver"
(1981)
"Quasimodo's Dream" / "(Love Is) Here Today"
(1981)
"After the News" /
"Media Themes"
(1980)
"Shout and Deliver" /
"Depression"
(1981)
"Quasimodo's Dream" /
"(Love Is) Here Today"
(1981)

Shout and Deliver is a song by The Reels, which was released as a single from their second album Quasimodo's Dream in March 1981. The single peaked at number 43 on the Australian charts.

Reviewed at the time of release, Roadrunner described the song as, "another steaming slice of mutated pop from the most under-rated band in the land. Consists of a six-line chorus sung a number of times over a heavy drumbeat and lazy keyboard pattern. Annoying insistent and very clever."[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Shout and Deliver – 2:42
  2. Depression – 3:01

References[edit]

  1. ^ Donald Robertson (April 1981). "Singles". Roadrunner. p. 30.