1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Néapolis on Discogs. Label: Chrysalis - 4 2 4,Chrysalis - • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Synth-pop.
  2. Jan 24,  · The album got off to a very bad footing with “Song For The Tribes,” a chaotic, messy song that sounded like nothing else in the Simple Minds canon in terms of sonics. In terms of composition, it echoed the loose meandering of the title track to /5(39).
  3. Artist: Simple Minds; Album: Néapolis () Song for the Tribes And from the other side. A sheer white knuckle ride. So young yet feel so stung by the game. I know what's left in a name. With all those national strains. The lion hits the stage. Purple hearts revolving round with purple rage.
  4. Simple Minds - Neapolis: (CD) 1: Song For The Tribes: 2: Glitterball: 3: War Babies: 4: Tears Of A Guy: 5: Superman V Supersoul * Items below may differ depending on the release. Simple Minds Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results.
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  6. Oct 03,  · Neapolis, an Album by Simple Minds. Released 16 March on Chrysalis (catalog no. 48; CD). Genres: Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Jim Kerr (vocals), Charlie Burchill (guitar, producer, keyboards, programming), Derek Forbes (bass), Peter Walsh (producer, engineer, mixing engineer), Jim McDermott (drums), Michael Niggs (drums), The Dukes (strings), Hami Lee (programming), Simple /5(13).
  7. Einen Vorgeschmack auf die erschienene CD "Neapolis" gaben die Simple Minds auf dem Loreley-Festival. Was zu hören war, ließ die Herzen der Fans höherschlagen: Im Vordergrund standen die vom Kommerz verschüttet geglaubten Urgesteine "Thirty Frames a Secon" und "I Travel" aus dem 81er Album "Empires and Dance"/5(27).
  8. Simple Minds signed to Chrysalis for Néapolis and saw the return of Derek Forbes on bass. Néapolis signals a return to form while remaining on the cutting edge. Unlike U2, the band they have been most often compared to, Simple Minds have not lost themselves in techno beats and processed samples. Longtime fans will embrace this album; from the opening track, "Song for the Tribes," through the 6/

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