The Mission U.K. - Masque album
Style: Alternative Rock, Synth-pop
Date of release: 1992
Size MP3: 1209 mb
Size FLAC: 1370 mb
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Masque is the fifth regular studio album by The Mission which was released in January 1992 on the Vertigo sub-label of Mercury Records. Peaking at in the UK albums chart, it failed to repeat the commercial success of the previous two official studio albums and marked the beginning of The Mission's decline in popularity; it was also the band's last album to achieve a UK top 40 position, until the release of Another Fall From Grace in September 2016.
It's not just that the Mission changed their sound, it's that they changed it numerous times on one album. For bands in the goth-pop genre, 1992 was kind of the breaking point: in England, shoegazer and baggy had changed everything, and in the . Nirvana and grunge added a whole new barrier to Brits trying to break into the States. Some acts like All About Eve tried shoegazer, and to a certain degree, it worked, while others would embrace their Englishness full-on or would turn to America and turn up the angst.
Band Name The Mission. Erscheinungsdatum Januar 1992. Labels Mercury Records. Musik GenreGothic Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen14. 2. Shades of Green, Pt.
On Masque, the Mission suddenly sound like a band with an identity crisis (and given the sudden departure of guitarist Simon Hinkler on the . leg of the Deliverance tour, this is no real surprise). If it seems odd that the focus is on the leader and not the band, well, this was originally meant to be Hussey's first solo outing, and given the lack of response the album engendered, it may well have been a better idea to release it as just that – because this doesn't sound like the Mission, but rather like a band. The Mission released two successful independent singles in the . and signed to Mercury in 1986. The group soon completed its debut album, God's Own Medicine, which critics lambasted as ponderous and derivative of Led Zeppelin and Yes, but the album produced several .
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Masque Songs: Ever May You Shine Lyrics From One Jesus To Another Lyrics Like A Child Again Lyrics Never Again Lyrics Shades Of Green (Part 2) Lyrics She Conjures Me Wings Lyrics Spider And The Fly Lyrics Sticks And Stones Lyrics Trail Of Scarlet Lyrics Until There's Another Sunrise Lyrics Who Will Love Me Tomorrow? Lyrics You Make Me Breathe Lyrics. Artist Page: Mission . All lyrics are the property of their respective authors, artists and labels.
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Masque is the fifth regular studio album by The Mission which was released in January 1992 on the Vertigo sub-label of Mercury Records. Peaking at in the UK albums chart, it failed to repeat the commercial success of the previous two official studio albums and marked the beginning of The Mission's decline in popularity; it was also the band's last album to achieve a UK top 40 position
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|A2||Shades Of Green (Part II)
Mixed By – Joe Gibb, The Mission
|A3||Even You May Shine
Music By – Thistlethwaite*
|A4||Trail Of Scarlet
Mixed By – Tim Palmer
|A5||Spider And The Fly||4:47|
|A6||She Conjures Me Wings
Music By – Thistlethwaite*
|B1||Sticks And Stones
Performer [Arabic Orchestration] – Aboud Abdel All*Score [Arabic Orchestration], Arranged By [Arabic Orchestration], Conductor [Arabic Orchestration] – Jaz (Bastard Maestro) Coleman*
|B2||Like A Child Again||3:38|
|B3||Who Will Love Me Tomorrow?
Music By – Hunt*
|B4||You Make Me Breathe||4:36|
|B5||From One Jesus To Another||3:50|
|B6||Until There's Another Sunrise||5:33|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Phonogram Ltd. (London)
- Copyright (c) – Phonogram Ltd. (London)
- Mastered At – Masterdisk
- Recorded At – Wapley Barn
- Mixed At – Comforts Place
- Design [Polaris] – Green Ink
- Engineer – Joe Gibb
- Management – Tony Perrin
- Management [Agent] – Bill Elson, Martin Horne
- Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
- Mixed By – Mark Saunders (tracks: A1, A3, A5 to B6)
- Mixed By [Assistant] – Paul O'Farrell-Stevens
- Music By – Adams* (tracks: A1 to B1, B2, B4 to B6), Brown* (tracks: A1 to A5, B1, B2, B4 to B6), Hussey*
- Musician [Additional] – Adam Birch, Anto Thistlethwaite*, B.J. De Haan*, Bev Perrin, Joe Gibb, Kelly Hussey, Mark Saunders, Martin Alcock*, Penny Thompson, Ric Sanders
- Photography By [Eye] – Paul Cox
- Photography By [Landscape] – Kelly Hussey
- Producer – Mark Saunders, The Mission
- Words By – Hussey*
NotesRecorded on the YamahaDMR8 System at Wapley Barn, Herefordshire
Mixed at Comforts Place, Surrey
Thanks to Declan and all at Comforts Place for their tolerance of our indulgenees
Mastered at Masterdisk, N.Y.C.
Management for Golden Dawn Artists Ltd.
Agent for International Talent Booking.
Agent for the USA and Canada for ICM.
℗ & © 1992 Phonogram Ltd. (London)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 314-512317-4 2
- Rights Society: BMI
|512 121-2||The Mission||Masque (CD, Album)||Vertigo||512 121-2||Europe||1992|
|512 121-1||The Mission||Masque (LP, W/Lbl)||Vertigo||512 121-1||UK||1992|
|512 121-1||The Mission||Masque (LP, Album)||Vertigo||512 121-1||Greece||1992|
|512 121-2||The Mission||Masque (CD, Album)||Vertigo||512 121-2||Australia||1992|
|512 121-4||The Mission||Masque (Cass, Album)||Vertigo||512 121-4||UK||1992|