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After the inappropriately bombastic arena rock of Blaze of Glory, Joe Jackson returned (somewhat) to his roots to deliver the most straightforward pop album in his career in Laughter & Lust. While Jackson's late-'80s output is composed of intelligent, if often forgettable, adult pop/rock, Laughter & Lust feels almost like a snotty declaration of Jackson's pop skills. He's "been there, done that" with pop music, and with Laughter & Lust he shows off just how effortlessly he can construct a commercially viable pop album.
Joe Jackson – Laughter & Lust. Label: Virgin – CDVUS 34. Format: CD, Album. Producer – Ed Roynesdal, Joe Jackson. Written-By – Drew Barfield (tracks: 2), Joe Jackson (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 13), Peter Green (2) (tracks: 4). Notes. Track 4, "Oh Well", is a cover of a Fleetwood Mac song.
Laughter & Lust is a 1991 album by Joe Jackson. He left A&M Records in 1990, which soon released Steppin' Out: The Very Best of Joe Jackson, which became a Top Ten hit in the UK. Jackson subsequently signed a recording contract with Virgin Records. All songs written and arranged by Joe Jackson, except where noted.
View Joe Jackson's page on Rhapsody. Ask most rock critics – or fans – to name the prototypal Angry Young Man of the late-Seventies wave of British singer-songwriters, and the response you'll probably get is Elvis Costello. Jackson's virulent streak pops up elsewhere on Laughter and Lust as well. Obvious Song," the straight-ahead rocker that opens the album, takes aim at an American rock star who drives around in a gasguzzling limo while preaching to a foreigner who makes his living by cutting down trees. We gotta save this world," sings the rocker, "starting with your land. The deceptively upbeat "Fiction" resolves that love "grows like a flower or grows like a tumor/Love shows that God has a sense of humor.
Volume 4 was an album released in 2003 by British musician Joe Jackson. It was the first album to feature the Joe Jackson Band since the 1980 release, Beat Crazy, and it was Jackson's first rock 'n' roll album since Laughter and Lust, which was released in 1991. As before, the Joe Jackson Band consisted of Jackson, Graham Maby, David Houghton and Gary Sanford.
But like many one hit wonders on this side of the Atlantic, he has enjoyed a long and illustrious career elsewhere in the world. And I can see why with this album. With hints of Elton John and other piano rockers (Ben Folds Five comes to mind), he adds some swing and some jazz into his rock and makes it sound great. Find this Pin and more on 1991 Albums by Welcome to the Jungle.
The Other Me Lyrics Joe Jackson. Album Laughter & Lust. Joe Jackson - The Other Me Songtext. I guess we can still be friends I guess we can talk at least But if we were seventeen Imagine the things we'd do I know that those days are over I'm glad that those games are won And the winners ride off into the sunset But it's not the same for you. And I don't want to play Those nasty games that adults play But I can't let you go And I can't see another way.