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The Crossing

The Crossing
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Description: A former member of the late '70s English punk band the Skids, guitarist/vocalist Stuart Adamson went to Scotland in 1982 to form a group whose goals were to regain the idealism and passion he felt the punk/new wave movement had lost through commercialization. Tapping U2's producer, Steve Lillywhite, then known for his highly textured, expansive sound, Adamson realized his vision on Big Country's 1983 debut. Propelled by the hit single "In a Big Country," and featuring such rousingly evocative fare as "Fields of Fire" and "Harvest Home," the group's decidedly Scotch-Irish tone prefigured the Celtic m ... (more)
Manufacturer: Polygram Records
Release date: 20 May 1983
EAN: 0042281287022 UPC: 042281287022
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100 Memorable New Rock Hits Of The 70's & 80's (102 music items)

" In A Big Country (1983) Big Country __________ Song Or Video www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sk5SkiBna24 "


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Favorite Songs of All Time: 1982-1983 (269 music items)

""In A Big Country""



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