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Crimes Of Paris - Elvis Costello And The Attractions* - Blood & Chocolate (CD)

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  1. Release. The album was released initially on vinyl, CD and cassette in , with a reissue, courtesy of Rykodisc Records in the U.S. and Demon Records in the U.K., arriving nine years later with six bonus tracks, including the single version of "Blue Chair" recorded during the King of America sessions.
  2. Elvis Costello & The Attractions was a critically acclaimed pop and rock band formed by English musican Elvis Costello in Producing famous work in the genres of punk and new wave music, it also contained Steve Nieve (ne Nason) on keyboards, Pete Thomas on drums, and Bruce Thomas (no relation) on bass. Costello recorded and toured solidly with them until .
  3. Blood & Chocolate, an Album by Elvis Costello and The Attractions. Released 15 September on Columbia (catalog no. FC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Elvis Costello (vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar), Steve Nieve (piano, organ), Bruce Thomas (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text, saxophone), Pete Thomas (drums, saxophone), .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Blood & Chocolate on Discogs.5/5(1).
  5. Either way Blood And Chocolate, as an entire collection, becomes a criminally overlooked gem in the Costello canon. The album saw the regrouping of The Attractions after the fractious recording of Goodbye Cruel World suggested they were finished as a band forever.
  6. Jul 20,  · 11 videos Play all Blood and Chocolate - Elvis Costello & The Attractions () Doug Watson Cáit O’Riordan on ‘And the Band played Waltzing Matilda’ - Duration: Century Ireland.
  7. Sep 15,  · Elvis is pissed off. He's rounded up The Attractions & bullied them back into the studio. And Nick Lowe is back behind the desk. FANTASTIC. Blood & Chocolate was Costello's 11th LP &, in retrospect, one of his finest. It's certainly one of MY personal favourites - after the quadruple whammy of his first 4, absolutely crucial albums anyway/5(70).
  8. Elvis Costello returned to the Attractions as quickly as he abandoned them, hiring the band and old producer Nick Lowe to record Blood & Chocolate, his second record in the span of one year. Where King of America was a stripped-down roots rock affair, Blood & Chocolate is a return to the harder rock of This Year's Model.