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Bad For Business - City Boy - Young Men Gone West (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. City Boy biography Formed by Max Thomas in A Birmingham (UK) based folk turned "artrock" band in the vein of 10 CC and CHARLIE. Put out a rather poppy single "Hap-ki-do" in , followed by their first album: "City Boy" Some might dismis them as .
  2. Bad for Business (4) Young Men Gone West (4) More City Boy statistics. Last updated: 3 Feb , Etc/UTC. Covers. Covered by. Nobody has covered a song of City Boy yet. Have you seen someone covering City Boy? Add or edit the setlist and help improving our statistics!
  3. Jul 31,  · Ouch! is the fourth studio album by Lake, released in in Europe and in the USA. It is the first album to be released following the departure of three members of the band from their peak period, Detlef Petersen, Geoffrey Peacey, and Martin Tiefense, who were replaced by Frank Hieber, Achim Opperman, and Heiko Efferz.
  4. There are at least two artists which have used the name City Boy: 1. A rock band from the United Kingdom 2. A rapper from the United States 1. City Boy was a moderately successful British rock band in the late s, characterised by complex vocal arrangements and heavy guitars. Their most popular songs were and The Day The Earth Caught.
  5. "This album was released on Vertigo/City Boy in and included the work of Roy Ward on drums, Mike Slamer on guitars(and bass I presume), Max Thomas on keyboards and Lol Mason on vocals. In spite of the absence of Broughton, this is a brilliant album with .
  6. City Boy, an Album by City Boy. Released in on Vertigo (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Pop, Glam Rock. Featured peformers: Lol Mason (lead vocals, percussion), Steve Broughton (lead vocals, rhythm guitar, mandolin, percussion), Max Thomas (vocals, keyboards, string acoustic guitar), Mike Slamer (vocals, lead guitar, rhythm guitar), Chris Dunn (vocals, aka_text.
  7. Young Men Gone West has an overall proggy feeling to it starting with Dear Jean (I’m Nervous) with the meanderings taking the listener here and there. Shows how inventive City Boy were. She’s got Style, Bad for Business and others keep the highlights coming. The next album, Book Early would put the band on the map thanks to the hit single /5(26).
  8. "Young men gone west" was the first City Boy album to see a change in the line up, with Tony Braunagel sitting in on drums for the departed Roger Kent. Braunagel would not actually join the band though, and no drummer is credited on the album sleeve/5(4).

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