Stand Up is the second studio album by the British rock band Jethro Tull, released in 1969. He was replaced by guitarist Martin Barre, who appeared on every Jethro Tull album from this point onwards.
A concept album based around a man’s psychological breakdown, The Downward Spiral is an aggressive and abrasive record that tackles all manner of transgressive subject matter – self-harm, drug addiction, alcoholism, suicide – while sounding appropriately discomforting. Produced and recorded by NIN frontman Trent Reznor and Flood in the house in which Sharon Tate was murdered by the Manson Family, there’s a dark power to its sonic perfectionism that conveyed best on a high-quality hi-fi setup. It would be Nirvana’s last album recorded before Kurt Cobain’s suicide, and hindsight adds extra weight to songs like Pennyroyal Tea, Something In The Way and the soul-wrenching closer Where Did You Sleep Last Night. That song is one of several covers performed by a band who appear to have consciously avoid picking their biggest hits for the acoustic treatment. The fourth killer record in a row from Atlanta hip hop duo Andre 3000 and Big Boi, this is essentially two solo albums in a single case. In hindsight, it was a signal that a creative partnership that had proved so fruitful in the past had run its course – but when each of the albums is as good as these, who cares? Andre 3000 morphs into an manic electro crooner and Big Boi brings all manner of cleanly-produced, P-Funk-influenced club-friendly jams.
Stand Up! was the first album in which former female vocalist Nancye Short-Tsapralis did not participate. Recording began in late 1978 and continued through early 1979. It is distinctive for a number of notable guest artist appearances, including Billy Preston, who played the Hammond B-3 on the group’s cover of his spiritual, God Loves You, which also featured Sandra Crouch and Nichol Larson on back-up vocals
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Album Hindsight Love Alone Split 2014. I can't stand this inferior complexity Created by your judgmental sighs Of disappointment and pointless comparisons And then you wonder, why I always cry And run away when you walk this way I can hardly breathe I never knew being a burden would take so much time I'm sorry, I can't be who you want me to be Can only.
|A||Stand Up (Work It Down 12" Mix)||7:37|
|B1||Stand Up (Work It Up 12" Mix)||7:39|
|B2||Stand Up (Work It Down Groove Dub)||5:22|
- Copyright (c) – Virgin Records America, Inc.
- Mixed By, Producer [Additional] – Paul Simpson
- Producer – Camelle Hinds, Henri Defoe*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text, sleeve): 0 7567-96732-0 6
- Barcode (Text, labels): 0 7567-96732-0
|7-99391||Hindsight||Stand Up (7", Promo)||Virgin||7-99391||US||1987|
|DMD 1111, 7 96732-0||Hindsight||Stand Up (12", Promo, AR)||Virgin, Virgin||DMD 1111, 7 96732-0||US||1987|
|96732||Hindsight||Stand Up (12", TP)||Virgin||96732||US||1987|
|DMD 1111||Hindsight||Stand Up (12", Promo, SP)||Virgin||DMD 1111||US||1987|
|DMD 1111||Hindsight||Stand Up (12", TP)||Virgin||DMD 1111||US||1987|