is the twentieth studio album by the Word of Mouth English rock group, The Kinks.
"Do It Again" was released as a single from the album in 1985.
Information [ edit ]
The track "
Living on a Thin Line" by Dave Davies was played three times in the 2001 episode " University" of the American TV show . According to producer The Sopranos Terence Winter on the DVD extras, it is the series' most asked about song.
The song was also played in the final episode of the HBO series Vice Principals.
The song "Good Day" includes an allusion to the death of actress
The song "
Do It Again" was featured in the film (released in 2006), and in trailers that were promoting the film. Click It was also used in TV ad promotions for the 2013 edition of the  Tour de France.
Track listing [ edit ]
All tracks written by
Ray Davies, except as noted.
1. "Massive Reductions" 3:15 2. "Guilty" (Dave Davies) 4:12 3. "Too Hot" 4:08 4. "Missing Persons" 2:53 5. " Summer's Gone" 3:52 6. "Going Solo" 3:58
12. "Good Day" (extended edit) 5:31 13. "Summer's Gone" (extended edit) 4:54
Personnel [ edit ]
Ray Davies - guitar, keyboards, harmonica, vocals
Dave Davies - guitar, background vocals, lead vocals on "Guilty" and "Living on a Thin Line"
Jim Rodford - bass, background vocals
Mick Avory - drums on "Missing Persons", "Sold Me Out" and "Going Solo"
Bob Henrit - drums on all other tracks Ian Gibbons - keyboards, background vocals
"Special thanks to" Luisa and John for their help on "Too Hot" and "Good Day"
David Baker - engineer
Donn Davenport - art direction
Chris Morton - concept
Maude Gilman, Howard Fritzson - design
Renate Stürmer - illustration
Chart performance [ edit ]
The album spent twenty weeks on the U.S.
album charts and reached its peak position of #57 in February 1985. Billboard
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