Saturday, February 12, 2022

Simple Minds - Good News from the Next World (1995)

Simple Minds - Good News from the Next World (1995)


Tracklist front / back album covers


1. "She's a River"   5:32

2. "Night Music"   5:24

3. "Hypnotised"   5:53

4. "Great Leap Forward"   5:56

5. "7 Deadly Sins"   5:11

6. "And the Band Played On"   5:32

7. "My Life"   5:16

8. "Criminal World"   5:03

9. "This Time"   4:58


Japanese edition bonus track

10. "Celtic Strings"   5:15



 

Simple Minds Band Members / Musicians

Jim Kerr – vocals

Charlie Burchill – guitar, keyboards

Mark Browne – bass

Malcolm Foster – bass

Marcus Miller – bass

Lance Morrison – bass

Mark Schulman – drums

Tal Bergman – drums

Vinnie Colaiuta – drums

Stefani Spruill – backing vocals

Pat Hodges – backing vocals

Maxann Lewis – backing vocals

Julia Walters – backing vocals


Keith Forsey – producer

Simple Minds - producer

Brian Reeves – recording

Tom Lord Alge – mixing

Chris Fogel – assistant engineer

Sean O'Dwyer – assistant engineer

Rob Kirwan – assistant engineer

Gil Morales – assistant engineer

Kenny Polakovich – assistant engineer

Doug Cowan – technical direction

Tony Donald – equipment

Clive Banks for CBL – worldwide representation

Alan McBlane – coordination

Stylorouge – art direction and design

David Scheinmann – band photography

Rob O'Conner – textural photography

Stuar MacKenzie – textural photography



Good News from the Next World is the 10th studio album by Scottish rock band Simple Minds, released in January 1995 by record label Virgin.

The album's recording started in the band's own studio in Perthshire, Scotland, in 1993, and finished in Los Angeles, US, in summer 1994. The two original band members – singer Jim Kerr and guitarist Charlie Burchill – wrote all nine tracks on the album. They were joined by a number of guest musicians for recording sessions. Keith Forsey, who had previously worked with Simple Minds on their breakout single “Don’t You (Forget About Me)”, shares producing credits with the band.

In some markets the album performed somewhat better than their previous record, Real Life, but it quickly faded from public attention, producing only two moderately successful hit singles.

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