One Real Big Identity Crisis.
Identity Crisis is the ninth and final studio album by English glam rock band Sweet. Originally released only in Germany and Mexico via Polydor Records, it was recorded from 1980–81 and finally released after the band's break-up in 1981. All songs written and composed by Steve Priest, Andy Scott and Mick Tucker except where noted. Side one. "Identity Crisis" – 4:06. Two into One" – 2:37. Love Is the Cure" (Scott) – 3:40.
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Identity Crisis is the ninth album by Sweet. Spider-Man: Identity Crisis, an eight-part storyline printed in Marvel Comics' Spider-Man family of books in 1998In music: Identity Crisis (Clea album), a 2004 album by Girl Group Clea. Identity Crisis (Thrice album), the first album by the band Thrice. Identity Crisis (Shelby Lynne album), country music album. Identity Crisis (Sweet album), a 1982 album by Sweet.
Identity Crisis (Thrice album). Identity Crisis is the debut studio album by American rock band Thrice, originally released on Greenflag Records in June 2000, then re-released in 2001 by Sub City, a branch of Hopeless Records. A portion of the proceeds from Identity Crisis went to the charity "Crittenton Services for Children and Families"
Norfolk alternative rockers The Permanent Smilers releases their new album. Norfolk alternative rockers releases their new album. As the title would indicate, One Real Big Identity Crisis flies through one of the most eclectic albums you’ll have heard for a while. From the opening Identity Crisis sounding like The Wedding Present and straight into Uh-Oh with its Sergeant Pepper characteristic, the album is clearly influenced by many. Led by Richard Lemongrower (unsurprisingly the songwriter behind The Lemongrowers) the Norfolk band fill an album with thirteen tracks, some obscenely short, which are nothing.
Identity Crisis is the debut album by pop group Clea. Although the album was not released in the ., Identity Crisis was released in Russia, Eastern Europe and in certain countries in Asia. In these regions, the album had some minor success. The album spawned two singles, "Download It" and "Stuck in the Middle", achieving low chart positions.
Identity Crisis is the debut studio album by American rock band Thrice, originally released on Greenflag Records in June 2000, then re-released in 2001 by Sub City, a branch of Hopeless Records. A portion of the proceeds from Identity Crisis went to the charity "Crittenton Services for Children and Families". Thrice's previous recording, the limited self-released First Impressions EP (1999), also featured a version of "T & C". The album was recorded and mixed at For the Record in Orange, California