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Public Image Limited - Happy? (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Public Image Limited - Happy? (CD, Album)

  1. This is the mini lp style Japanese SHM version of Public Image Ltd's 9 CD. This sounds so much better than my old cd version of the same album. It's much cleaner sounding and has more depth and demons ion to it than the U.S. version. It has been remastered and /5(37).
  2. Weirdly enough, Johnny Lydon and Public Image Ltd. really are a singles band. I don't think there's a PiL record out there where every song is worth owning. This one is no different. "Seattle" is the hit single -- or the "should've been a hit single" -- and it's essential. "Rules And Regulations" is pretty good, too/5(11).
  3. Metal Box is the second album by Public Image Ltd, released by Virgin Records on 23 November The album takes its name from the round metal canister which contained the initial pressings of the record. It was later reissued in standard vinyl packaging as Second Edition in February by Virgin Records in the United Kingdom, and by Warner Bros. Records and Island Records in the United.
  4. Album, also referred to as Compact Disc and Tape Cassette depending on the format, was the fifth studio release from former Sex Pistol John Lydon's rock band Public Image Ltd. It was particularly famous for it's artwork, sending up generic brand products/5().
  5. Jun 29,  · Song F.F.F. (Remastered ) Artist Public Image Limited; Licensed to YouTube by WMG, UMG (on behalf of Virgin Records Ltd); UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, CMRRA, LatinAutor.
  6. Jul 29,  · John Lydon and Public Image Ltd. with Happy. John Lydon and Public Image Ltd. with Happy. Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Public Image Ltd. - 9 (Full Album) - Duration:
  7. Mar 20,  · Public Image Limited Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Virgin); Warner Chappell, ABKCO Music, Inc., BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., .
  8. This edition of Happy? sees all of the original tracks from Public Image Ltd.'s sixth studio album remastered. The album represented a change in the band's songwriting style as it made the transition from being John Lydon backed by a group of musicians to being a fully fledged band/5(5).

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