The Tourists is the debut album from the British band The Tourists, released in 1979. The album peaked at in the UK Albums Chart. Two singles were released from the album. Blind Among the Flowers" peaked at in the UK Singles Chart, and "The Loneliest Man in the World" peaked at The album has never been issued on compact disc but some tracks can be found on the various compilation compact discs.
Renamed to The Tourists after Eddie Chin and Jim Toomey joined in 1977. After moderate success The Tourists disbanded in 1980 and Stewart and Lennox started Eurythmics.
No Tourists is the follow-up to 2015’s The Day is My Enemy. Written, produced and mixed by the group’s Liam Howlett, the trio’s new album was culled over the last year. Don’t be a tourist – there is always more danger and excitement to be found if you stray from the set path, the band said in a statement. In This Article: The Prodigy.
The Tourists were a typical British post-punk power-pop group by the evidence of their . only debut album, The Tourists. Chiming guitars, quickstep martial beats (sometimes borrowing from Bo Diddley or the Ronettes), and the odd rude or belligerent remark ("Nothing means nothing to me," snarled in the first single, "Blind Among the Flowers") placed them in the era of punk hangover when suddenly everybody wanted to sound like the Who, circa 1965
More albums from The Tourists: Reality Effect by The Tourists. Luminous Basement by The Tourists. View all albums . The Tourists. 1. Blind Among The Flowers. 2. Save Me. 3. Fools Paradise.
It’s titled No Tourists and marks their seventh overall following 2015’s The Day Is My Enemy. Due out through BMG/Take Me to the Hospital, the album was written, produced, and mixed by Prodigy’s founding member Liam Howlett at his studio in London. According to Howlett, it’s equally aggressive as the last records – but in a different way, as well as written with the stage in mind. That’s the one thing that brings everything together, he explained. I couldn’t write this music unless it has that outlet on stage. Although a full tracklist for No Tourists has yet to be revealed, the three-piece is sharing the first single, a jarring number dubbed Need Some1. Check it out below via its action-packed music video helmed by director Paco Raterta. No Tourists Artwork: Artists.
The Tourists Q&A. More Tourists albums.
|A1||Blind Among The Flowers|
|A4||Can't Stop Laughing|
|A5||Don't Get Left Behind|
|A6||Another English Day|
|B1||Ain't No Room|
|B2||The Loneliest Man In The World|
|B3||Useless Duration Of Time|
|B4||He Who Laughs Last, Laughs Longest|
|B5||Just Like You|
- Made By – 7 Records Pty Limited
- Arranged By – The Tourists
- Engineer – Dave Hutchins
- Producer – Conny Plank, The Tourists
- Written By – Peet Coombes
NotesWith one-sided black-on-pink credits insert.
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