Gold Is the Metal (With the Broadest Shoulders) Album

Coil

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Gold Is the Metal (With the Broadest Shoulders) was the third album released by Coil in the year 1987. It is not a proper follow-up to 1986's Horse Rotorvator, but more a collection of outtakes and demos from the Scatology, Horse Rotorvator and Hellraiser soundtrack sessions. Some obviously correspond to earlier and later released material ("Golden Hole" to "Penetralia", "... Of Free Enterprise" to "Herald", etc.), while others ("Boy In a Suitcase") do not appear anywhere else. "The Last Rites of Spring" includes a sample by Stravinsky, also used extensively in "The Anal Staircase". The musicians involved in this album were: John Balance, Peter Christopherson, Stephen Thrower, Alex Fergusson, Jim Thirlwell, Billy McGee, and Andrew Poppy. 


Year:
1987
#SongDuration
17  

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