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In 1985 The Cult enjoyed breakthrough success with the single "She Sells Sanctuary" and the album Love, establishing themselves as a new breed of Alternative rock band. When it came to recording a follow-up, the band booked into The Manor studios in Oxfordshire with Steve Brown again producing the album. The new tracks would become The Cult's third album, re-titled Electric, and a multi-million seller. It wasn't until the limited Rare Cult box set in 2000 that fans got to hear the full album, Peace, correctly sequenced. The box rapidly sold out so Peace has been unavailable for 13 years.
In 1985 The Cult enjoyed breakthrough success with the single "She Sells Sanctuary" and the album Love, establishing themselves as a new breed of Alternative rock band. When it came to recording a follow-up, the band booked into The Manor studios in Oxfordshire with Steve Brown again producing the album. The new tracks would become The Cult's third album, re-titled Electric, and a multi-million seller. It wasn't until the limited Rare Cult box set in 2000 that fans got to hear the full album, Peace, correctly sequenced. The box rapidly sold out so Peace has been unavailable for 13 years.
607618212520

Details

Format: CD
Label: BQT
Catalog: 82125
Rel. Date: 07/30/2013
UPC: 607618212520

Electric Peace
Artist: The Cult
Format: CD
New: Available $16.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Wild Flower
2. Peace Dog
3. Lil' Devil
4. Aphrodisiac Jacket
5. Electric Ocean
6. Bad Fun
7. King Contrary Man
8. Love Removal Machine
9. Born To Be Wild
10. Outlaw
11. Memphis Hip Shake

DISC: 2

1. Love Removal Machine (Peace)
2. Wild Flower (Peace)
3. Peace Dog (Peace)
4. Aphrodisiac Jacket (Peace)
5. Electric Ocean (Peace)
6. Bad Fun (Peace)
7. Conquistador
8. Zap City
9. Love Trooper
10. Outlaw (Peace)
11. Groove Co.

More Info:

In 1985 The Cult enjoyed breakthrough success with the single "She Sells Sanctuary" and the album Love, establishing themselves as a new breed of Alternative rock band. When it came to recording a follow-up, the band booked into The Manor studios in Oxfordshire with Steve Brown again producing the album. The new tracks would become The Cult's third album, re-titled Electric, and a multi-million seller. It wasn't until the limited Rare Cult box set in 2000 that fans got to hear the full album, Peace, correctly sequenced. The box rapidly sold out so Peace has been unavailable for 13 years.
        
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