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Bandolier

Budgie

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
September 1975
Catalog ID:
MCA 498
Label:
MCA Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
4 reviews (avg. 74%)
Side A
1. Breaking All the House Rules 07:22   Show lyrics
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2. Slipaway 03:58   Show lyrics
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3. Who Do You Want for Your Love? 06:07   Show lyrics
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Side B
4. I Can't See My Feelings 05:50   Show lyrics
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5. I Ain't No Mountain (Andy Fairweather-Low cover) 03:33   Show lyrics
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6. Napoleon Bona - Part One 02:36   Show lyrics
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7. Napoleon Bona - Part Two 04:43   Show lyrics
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Band members
Burke Shelley Vocals, Bass
Tony Bourge Guitars
Steve Williams Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Graham Moloney Managment
Patrick Woodroffe Cover art
John Pasche Art Direction
Pat Maran Engineering
Ray Martinez Engineering
Richard Manwaring Engineering
Peter Vernon Photography
Burke Shelley Vocals, Bass
Tony Bourge Guitars
Steve Williams Drums
Graham Moloney Managment
Patrick Woodroffe Cover art
John Pasche Art Direction
Pat Maran Engineering
Ray Martinez Engineering
Richard Manwaring Engineering
Peter Vernon Photography
Read Spreading Their Wings or... 90% DawnoftheShred November 20th, 2013
Read When the budgie became a... 40% Warthur October 13th, 2011
Read Budgie's Most Mature Metal... 85% brocashelm April 19th, 2006
Read Seminal pre-metal 80% failsafeman September 11th, 2004

Released in the U.S.A. on A&M Records in late 1975.

#36 on the UK charts, and certified gold in 1976.

"Napoleon Bona - Parts One and Two" is one track, but listed on the back cover and booklet as two tracks. The title is a wordplay on Napoleon Bonaparte.

Released on CD in 1990 by Repertoire Records (RR 4100-WZ), with no bonus tracks.

Remastered version contains 4 bonus tracks:
7. Honey
8. Breaking All the House Rules (live 1980)
9. Napoleon Bona (Parts 1 & 2) (live 1980)
10. Who Do You Want for Your Love (live 1975)

"I Can't See My Feelings" was covered by Iron Maiden in 1992, on their "From Here to Eternity" single.

Recording information:

Recorded at Rockfield Studios, Monmouth, and Mayfair Sound, London.
Produced by Budgie.

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