Beyond Doubt - Gene Loves Jezebel - Discover

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  1. Gene Loves Jezebel (GLJ) are a British rock band formed in the early s by identical twin brothers Jay Aston (born John Aston) and Michael. Gene Loves Jezebel's best-known songs include "Heartache", "Desire (Come and Get It)" (), "The Motion of Love" (), "Jealous" () and "Break The Chain" (), Genres: Gothic rock, pop rock, post-punk, alternative .
  2. Track was originally entitled 'Deep Blue Love'. Engineered at The Sound Suite, London NW1 on and is taken from the Heartache 7" + cassette package. Track recorded at Wave Studios, London N1 on 1 May and is taken from the Heartache 12" and the Heartache 7" + /5(20).
  3. Listen to Beyond Doubt by Gene Loves Jezebel. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline. From the album "Voodoo Dollies: The Best Of Gene Loves Jezebel" by Gene Loves Jezebel .
  4. The album that launched Gene Loves Jezebel in America, Discover caught the British band perfectly poised between their post-punk gothy past and their arena future. The centerpiece was, of course, "Desire," the clarion cry of rock's late-'80s future, all yelps and pervasive riffs strafed by searing leads, and an insistent chorus that defied listeners not to shout along.
  5. Desire Gene Loves Jezebel. Album Discover. Desire Lyrics. Oh, sugar, I've been missing you Beyond Doubt 8. Pop Tarantula 9. Maid Of Sker.
  6. May 17,  · With 'Discover', Gene Loves Jezebel laid down some first rate back seat makeout music, and twenty years later it still quivers. Known Fact: The American version on the Geffen label contains a different mix of "Desire" from the one found on the original Beggars Banquet edition/5(16).
  7. Oct 23,  · With 'Discover', Gene Loves Jezebel laid down some first rate back seat makeout music, and twenty years later it still quivers. Known Fact: The American version on the Geffen label contains a different mix of "Desire" from the one found on the original Beggars Banquet edition/5(16).
  8. Gene Loves Jezebel Gene Loves Jezebel are a gothic rock band formed in the early s, now two separate bands of the same name, founded by identical twin brothers, Jay Aston (born John Peter Aston) and Michael. Gene Loves Jezebel's best-known songs include "Desire (Come and Get It)" (), "The Motion of Love" () and "Jealous" ().
  9. Gene Loves Jezebel. The official website for Gene Loves Jezebel featuring Jay Aston, Pete Rizzo and James Stevenson. which was the instrumental version of the song Beyond Doubt, and Initial copies of the Discover album included a free live album.
  10. This version does not have the band's credit printed in black text on the "yellow face" page of the booklet, unlike a similar issue. The U.S. CD was released later than the LP/cass/5(16).

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