Stations of the Cross is a Johnny Thunders album recorded over two sets at The Mudd Club in New York on September 30, 1982. Film director Lech Kowalski had originally planned to record a live Johnny Thunders performance for his movie, Stations of the Cross. The spoken dialogue was recorded at the Carlton Arms Hotel, New York City, in Room 29, on August 25, 1982. All tracks composed by Johnny Thunders; except where indicated. Pipeline" (Brian Carman, Bob Spickard).
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Band Name Johnny Thunders. Album Name Stations of the Cross (Revisited). Data de aparición 1994. Labels Receiver Records. Estilo MusicalRock'n'Roll. Miembros poseen este álbum0. Other productions from Johnny Thunders. Stations of the Cross (Revisited).
Stations of the Cross is a Johnny Thunders album recorded over two sets at The Mudd Club in New York on September 30, 1982.
Bitrate (quality): 192256320. 2. Johnny Thunders – John Anthony Genzale Jr. better known by his stage name Johnny Thunders, was an American rock and roll/punk rock guitarist, singer and songwriter. He came to prominence in the early 1970s as a member of the New York Dolls and he later played with The Heartbreakers and as a solo artist. Thunders was born John Anthony Genzale, Jr. in Queens, New York and his first musical performance was in the winter of 1967 with The Reign.
|2||In Cold Blood||2:49|
|3||Just Another Girl||4:18|
|4||Too Much Junkie Business||2:58|
|5||Sad Vacation (Dedicated To Sid)||4:07|
|6||Who Needs Girl?||4:47|
|7||Do You Love Me?||3:05|
|9||Seven Day Weekend||3:37|
|14||Just Because I'm White||4:54|
|15||One Track Mind (Dub)||2:56|
|16||Little London Boys||2:25|
|18||I Don't Mind Mr. Kowalski||1:25|
|19||Creature From E.T. Rap||3:49|
|20||Rather Be With The Boys||2:17|
- Licensed From – ROIR (Reachout International Records)
- Recorded At – Mudd Club, New York
- Recorded At – Carlton Arms Hotel, NYC
- Drums, Vocals – Jerry Nolan
- Guitar [Guitars], Vocals – Johnny Thunders, Walter Lure
- Guitar, Vocals – Talarico*
NotesLive show recorded on 1982-09-30.
Track 20 and spoken dialogue recorded on 1982-09-25 at the Carlton Arms Hotel, NYC, room 29.
Intended for soundtrack use in a film by Lech Kowalski.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3369010104363
|A-146||Johnny Thunders||Stations Of The Cross (Cass, Album)||ROIR (Reachout International Records)||A-146||US||1987|
|88561-5028-2||Johnny Thunders||Stations Of The Cross (CD, Album, RE, Lon)||ROIR (Reachout International Records)||88561-5028-2||US||1990|
|RRCD 188||Johnny Thunders featuring The Heartbreakers||Johnny Thunders featuring The Heartbreakers - Stations Of The Cross (Revisited) (CD, Album, RE)||Receiver Records Limited||RRCD 188||UK||1994|
|DAN CD 043||Johnny Thunders||Stations Of The Cross (CD, Album, RE)||Danceteria||DAN CD 043||France||1991|
|DAN LP 043||Johnny Thunders||Stations Of The Cross (2xLP, Album, RE)||Danceteria||DAN LP 043||France||1991|