Emily - John Cale - Fear (CD, Album)



Label: Island Records - 848 149-2 • Series: Island Masters - IMCD 140 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Classic Rock
Emily - John Cale - Fear (CD, Album)

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Fear" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Labels. Advanced Search. Menu. Explore John Cale - Emily. ; John Cale - Ship Of Fools. ; John Cale Gun. The Man Who Couldn't Afford To Orgy CD, Album, Reissue. Country: France. Released: Genre: Rock. Style: Classic /5(11).

John Cale - Emily. ; John Cale - Ship Of Fools. ; John Cale Gun. ; The Man Who Couldn't Afford To Orgy CD, Album, Reissue. Country: Germany. Released: Genre: Rock. Style: Tracklist Hide Credits. 1: Fear Is A Man's Best Friend (see images). For an otherwise identical release see John Cale - Fear. Barcode and Other Identifiers.

Definitely one of Cale's best '70s albums along with Paris and Sabotage Live. This reissue contains two bonus tracks and is virtually indistinguishable from the original aside from some slight graphic alterations (different logo on cover, photo on back is more blown out)/5(29).

Fear is the first of Cale's three studio albums for Island Records, all of which were released in a period of just over a year. During this time Cale was also producing records for other artists, working on albums such as Horses by Patti Smith, one of the most influential of all proto-punk : Rock.

Fear is a bit more accessible than the majority of John Cale's albums. I don't mean to say that it doesn't carry his trademark weirdness. It's just very pretty in certain moments, like "Emily" and "Buffalo Ballet" and then grittier proto-punk moments like "Barracuda."/5(29).


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  1. Galar

    Fear is a bit more accessible than the majority of John Cale's albums. I don't mean to say that it doesn't carry his trademark weirdness. It's just very pretty in certain moments, like "Emily" and "Buffalo Ballet" and then grittier proto-punk moments like "Barracuda."/5(26).

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