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8 thoughts on “ Natural Gift - The Kinks - Think Visual (CD) ”

  1. Released in late , "Think Visual" is the first album the Kinks did for MCA Records. Arista Records seemingly sensed that the Kinks period of commercial renaissance was over following the dropoff in sales of 's "Word Of Mouth"/5(33).
  2. Released in late , "Think Visual" is the first album the Kinks did for MCA Records. Arista Records seemingly sensed that the Kinks period of commercial renaissance was over following the dropoff in sales of 's "Word Of Mouth". Indeed, the sales dropoff continued with "Think Visual", but don't let that fool /5(33).
  3. Jul 06,  · Album: Think Visual - - Label: MCA/London. Chappelle's Show - The Racial Draft (ft. Bill Burr, RZA, and GZA) - Uncensored - Duration: Comedy Central Recommended for youMissing: Natural Gift.
  4. Think Visual, the band's first album for MCA Records, represented an artistic dead end for the Kinks, as Ray Davies continued to crank out a series of competent, but undistinguished hard rockers. Out of all the loud, riff-driven numbers, only Dave Davies ' "Rock N' Roll Cities" made a lasting impression. Ray's gentler songs weren't among his most memorable, relying on slight melodies and underdeveloped lyrics.
  5. Think Visual The Kinks; Studioalbumin tiedot Nauhoitettu Konk-studiot, Lontoo, tammikuu ja kesä–elokuu Julkaistu marraskuuta Formaatti LP, CD Tuottaja(t) Ray Davies Tyylilaji rock Kesto Levy-yhtiö London Records MCA Records: Listasijoitukset ( joulukuuta ) () The Kinksin muut studioalbumit.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Think Visual on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCAD • Format: CD • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock The Kinks - Think Visual (CD) | Discogs3/5(2).
  7. Think Visual. Natural gift. Paroles Natural gift Le 03/03/ - Par Music Story. you don't have to be a scientist To use your natural gifts, you got natural gifts, The Kinks Vidéos Albums Biographie Chrono Quiz: Jean-Jacques Goldman le 13/10/
  8. But don't expect to hear the Kinks talking tough like that on the airwaves – "Rock 'n' Roll Cities," the first single from Think Visual, is anything but a gutsy statement. This utterly uninspired tour song – written by Dave Davies around a woefully tired riff – engages in the worst sort of rock glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.coinfog: Natural Gift.

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