This Heat is the debut studio album by English experimental rock band This Heat. Recorded between 1976 and 1978, it was released in September 1979 by record label Piano. This is some indication of their intentions, and the way This Heat set about realising those intentions.
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5 piece band from Burnley, Lancashire that play sprawling, melodic guitar music. We play ordfestival at the end of the month, it's gonna be our last gig of the year cause we're hiding away and finishing our 2nd album.
Indie folk pop band made up of Nathan Horst and Jesse Proctor. License our music on musicbed.
White Light/White Heat didn't have either. By the time they released it, the Velvets were downplaying the art-world connection (despite the very arty slash in the album's title, and the fact that its black-on-black sleeve was designed by the Factory's Billy Name). Nico was out of the band, although bassist John Cale would continue to work with her for years. That's the White Light/White Heat of legend, anyway. For its 45th anniversary-closer to its 46th, but keeping time was never their strong point-it's been reissued in expanded, remastered form, as if what this pinnacle of sloppy noise needed was remastering. As always, the title track, which seems like it should start cold with Cale and Sterling Morrison's backing vocals, sounds like it's had a little trimmed off the top to remove an extraneous sound-although, of course, extraneous sounds are kind of the whole point of this album.
White Light/White Heat at Number 293 on its list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Girl, and a two-LP recreation of the band’s much-mythologized lost album from 1969