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Working At The Factory - The Kinks - Think Visual (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. "Think Visual" is an engaging, spirited rock record that no Kinks fan should be without. Ray Davies does continue to mine very familiar lyrical territory throughout the album. He attacks the record industry on "Working At The Factory", sends up big business corporations on the title track, comments on getting stuck in a day-to-day rut on "Repetition", and looks back on the /5.
  2. The Kinks were active for over three decades between and , releasing 24 studio and 4 live albums. The first 2 albums are differently released in UK and US partly due to the difference in popularity of the extended play format (the UK market liked it, the US market didn't, so US albums had the EP releases bundled onto them), and partly due to the US albums including .
  3. The Kinks Think Visual UK vinyl LP Product details. Vinyl; Number of Discs: 1; Label: MCA; ASIN: BET1; Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a review; Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Classic Rock (CDs & Vinyl) # in Metal.
  4. Think Visual Album & Lyrics The Kinks 12" Vinyl 1; 1 Working at the Factory; 2 Lost and Found; 3 Repetition; 4 Welcome to Sleazy Town; 5 The Video Shop; 6 Rock 'n' Roll Cities; 7 How Are You; 8 Think Visual; 9 Natural Gift; 10 Killing Time; 11 When You Were a Child.
  5. Aug 23,  · The Lp starts with "Working at the factory", lovely lyrics about ".. they sold us a dream, but in reality, was just another factory" Ray is in great shape in all the songs. Lost and foud in a mid slow one, so classic by the Kinks, and the beautiful words brings outta space! "How are you?"/5(49).
  6. Think Visual is the twenty-second studio album by English rock band the Kinks, released in It peaked at #81 on the Billboard chart. According to Ray Davies, the album was originally going to be a concept album where his "spiv" character from the "Come Dancing" music video was put in the "environment of a video shop."/5(2).
  7. May 08,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Think Visual on Discogs/5(66).
  8. Jan 24,  · I was a huge Kinks fan when "Think Visual" came out in but I don't think I ever liked it a whole lot. Eventually I sold off my copy - which I didn't remember doing until I looked for it in my collection and couldn't find it! I grabbed a replacement on eBay and heard it for the first time in decades.
  9. 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 4/

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