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Voice Of The Beehive - Let It Bee (1988)

30-09-2016, 18:26
Pop | Rock | Alternative | FLAC / APE

Title: Let It Bee
Year Of Release: 1988
Label: London Records [828100.2]
Genre: Alternative, Pop Rock
Quality: CBR 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks +.cue,log,scans)
Total Time: 38:22
Total Size: 140 mb / 315 mb

Let It Bee is the debut album from alternative rock band Voice of the Beehive. Released in 1988 on London Records, the album earned positive reviews from music crititcs and was a success on U.S. college radio stations. In the UK, the album reached #13 on the album chart in its debut week ending 2 July 1988. The album peaked at #53 in Australia on the ARIA albums chart, and #40 in New Zealand.

The group had their first top 40 single in the UK with "Don't Call Me Baby" from the album, which reached #15. Let It Bee contained two bonus tracks on the U.S. edition (they were not listed on the CD cover, but were listed within the text on the CD)


1 Beat Of Love 4:03
2 Sorrow Floats 4:15
3 Don't Call Me Baby 3:07
4 Man In The Moon 3:07
5 What You Have Is Enough 2:34
6 Oh Love 3:00
7 I Walk The Earth 3:45
8 Trust Me 3:16
9 I Say Nothing 3:25
10 There's A Barbarian In The Back Of My Car 2:35
11 Just A City 4:15

The band
Tracey Bryn — Vocals and guitar
Melissa Brooke Belland — Vocals
Mike Jones — Guitars, vocals, keyboards, and keyboard programming
Martin Brett — Bass guitar and piano
D. M. Woodgate — Drums, percussion, triggers, and keyboard programming

Additional musicians
Henrick — Keyboards
Dave Swarbrick — Fiddle
The Kick — Horns, Ladbroke Grove Man on "The Beat of Love" intro
Marvin Etzioni — Mandolin, piano

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