Who produced the cult album Electric?

Who produced the cult album Electric?

Rick Rubin
In 2013 the album was re-released as a double CD set under the title Electric Peace, with one disc featuring the originally released album and the second containing the entire Peace album recorded during the Manor Sessions….Electric (The Cult album)

Length 38:51
Label Beggars Banquet, Sire
Producer Rick Rubin
The Cult chronology

Who produced the cult love album?

Steve Brown
Love is the second album by British rock band The Cult, released in 18 October 1985 on Beggars Banquet Records. The album was the band’s commercial breakthrough, reaching number four in the UK and staying on the chart for 22 weeks….Love (The Cult album)

Length 51:31
Label Beggars Banquet, Sire
Producer Steve Brown
The Cult chronology

What is a cult album?

What is a cult album? Many different things – an undiscovered gem, a one-off peculiarity, a record that tanked commercially then became exalted, an established artist taking a left turn into weird town… all those, and others besides. Below are just eight BBC broadcasts about albums you might loosely define as cult.

Does the cult have a new album out?

In April 2019, The Cult announced a world tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of their fourth album Sonic Temple and in 2020 they revealed their intentions to record a new album with producer Tom Dalgety at the legendary Rockfield Studios in Wales where they recorded their debut album.

How many albums has the cult sold?

To date, the record has sold over two and a half million copies worldwide.

Who played drums on the cult Electric?

After auditioning 100 young hopefuls and experienced veterans, they called Les, and he became the drummer for the Cult on their Electric album (after performing on The Cult’s abandoned “Peace” record) and toured the world in support of both the Love and Electric albums, appearing on Saturday Night Live, Joan Rivers …

Are the cult goth?

Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy pulled off a genre-defining debut – the design of the sleeve, the Native American references, the ballsy live shows (and early copies of Dreamtime came with an excellent free live album), all made The Cult the perfect gothic rock band.

How many albums have the cult sold?

Who got the most albums?

250 million or more records

Artist Country / Market Claimed sales
Elvis Presley United States 500 million
Michael Jackson United States 350 million 300 million
Elton John United Kingdom 300 million 250 million
Madonna United States 300 million 275 million

Why did the cult break up?

The Cult are a British rock band formed in 1983. The Cult released two more studio albums ‒ Ceremony (1991) and The Cult (1994) ‒ before breaking up in 1995, due to internal conflicts. The band reunited in 1999 and released their seventh album Beyond Good and Evil two years later.

Where is Ian Astbury now?

Los Angeles
Astbury lives in Los Angeles.

Who played drums on Sonic Temple?

Mickey Curry
Sonic Temple was the last album recorded with longtime bassist Jamie Stewart, who left in 1990, and the first to feature former Hall & Oates and then-current Bryan Adams drummer, Mickey Curry.

Who produced the Cult Love album?

When did the cult come out?

The Cult released two more studio albums ‒ Ceremony (1991) and The Cult (1994) ‒ before breaking up in 1995, due to internal conflicts. The band reunited in 1999 and released their seventh album Beyond Good and Evil two years later….

The Cult
Years active 1983–1995 1999–2002 2006–present

Les Warner
Les Warner (also known as Lez Warner) is a British born musician and producer, primarily a drummer best known for his work with The Cult. On the reverse of the Electric album, he is in the far right picture.

Where is the band The Cult from?

Bradford, United Kingdom
The Cult/Origin

Why was Les Warner sacked from the cult?

Warner sued the band several times for his firing, as well as for what he felt were unpaid royalties due to him for his performance on the Electric album, resulting in lengthy court battles. The Cult signed a new management deal and wrote 21 new songs for their next record.

What happened to Nigel Preston?

Preston died of a drug overdose on 1 April 1992, three days before his 29th birthday.