Glam Rock

Bryan Ferry – 6 Albums (1973-1985) {2015, Platinum SHM-CD, Mini LP, Japan}

Bryan Ferry - 6 Albums (1973-1985) {2015, Platinum SHM-CD, Mini LP, Japan}

Bryan Ferry – 6 Albums (1973-1985) {2015, Platinum SHM-CD, Mini LP, Japan}
EAC Rip | 6xCD | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans @300 dpi, PNG, Included
Total Size: 2.60 GB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Universal Music Japan | Cat#: UICY-40141/46 | Genre: Glam Rock

While his tenure as the frontman for the legendary Roxy Music remained his towering achievement, singer Bryan Ferry also carved out a successful solo career that continued in the lush, sophisticated manner perfected on the group’s final records. Born September 26, 1945, in Washington, England, Ferry, the son of a coal miner, began his musical career as a singer with the rock outfit the Banshees while studying art at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne under pop conceptualistRead More

T.Rex – Electric Warrior (1971) {2012, Deluxe Edition}

T.Rex - Electric Warrior (1971) {2012, Deluxe Edition}

T.Rex – Electric Warrior (1971) {2012, Deluxe Edition}
EAC Rip | 2xCD | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans @300 dpi, PNG
FLAC: 753 MB | Scans: 280 MB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Universal International Music | Cat#: 533 780-0 | Genre: Glam Rock

Electric Warrior is the sixth studio album by English glam rock act T. Rex (being the second album under the name “T. Rex”, with the first four billed as “Tyrannosaurus Rex”). It was released on 24 September 1971 by record label Fly in the UK and Reprise in the US. The album marks a turning point in the band’s sound, dispensing with the folk-oriented music of the group’s previous albums and pioneering a new, “glammier” style of rock known as glam rockRead More

T. Rex – T. Rex (1970) {2014, Deluxe Edition}

T. Rex - T. Rex (1970) {2014, Deluxe Edition}

T. Rex – T. Rex (1970) {2014, Deluxe Edition}
EAC Rip | 2xCD | FLAC Image + Cue + Log | Full Scans @300 dpi, PNG Included
Total Size: 935 MB | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: Polydor Records | Cat#: 534 732-2 | Genre: Glam Rock

Tyrannosaurus Rex’s transformation from oracles of U.K. hippie culture to boogie-friendly rock stars began with the album A Beard of Stars, released in early 1970 when the band picked up electric instruments, and by the time the year was out, Marc Bolan had pared their name down to the more user-friendly T. Rex and dropped their first album with the new moniker. Oddly enough, while the songs on T. Rex bear a much stronger melodic and lyrical resemblance to what would make the band famous on Electric Warrior in 1971Read More