Shock The Monkey - Peter Gabriel - Security (CD, Album)

Kagarr - 29.02.2020 - DEFAULT /

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  1. Album originally released in , this release has been issued between and 8-page booklet contains tracklist, credits, lyrics. Standard CD jewel case with black tray/5(37).
  2. Specialty Records Corporation pressing denoted by "B-#####" string in runouts. Similar to Peter Gabriel - Security but WITH the Specialty "B-#####} sequence in runouts and without the "E A S T" letters debossed around the center hole. Lyrics printed on inner picture sleeve/5(49).
  3. Security-- which was titled Peter Gabriel everywhere outside of the U.S. -- continues where the third Gabriel album left off, sharing some of the same dense production and sense of cohesion, yet lightening the atmosphere and expanding the sonic palette somewhat.6/
  4. Shock The Monkey by Peter Gabriel, released 05 September Cover me when I run Cover me through the fire Something knocked me out ' the trees Now I'm on my knees Cover me, darling please Monkey, monkey, monkey Don't you know you're going to shock the monkey Fox the fox Rat on the rat You can ape the ape I know about that There is one thing you must be sure .
  5. Originally released in Remastered in Peter Gabriel 4 which was titled Security in the U.S., continues where the third Gabriel album left off, sharing some of the same dense production and sense of cohesion, yet lightening the atmosphere and expanding the sonic palette somewhat.
  6. There is a lot of hype about the 25th Anniversary Boxset of Peter Gabriel's SO album. True, it transcended him from a cult figure, and flung him into the mainstream, and is a great piece of accessible, innovative music. But, for me, 'Security' is his masterpiece. One of the first full digital recordings (DDD) back in /5(12).
  7. Shock The Monkey The official Shock The Monkeyvideo. Directed by Brian Grant, produced by Scott Millaney. Taken from the album Peter Gabriel, also known as ‘Security’, released in
  8. "Shock the Monkey" is a song by English rock musician Peter Gabriel. It was released in September as the second single from his fourth self-titled album, issued in the US under the title Security.. The song peaked at number 29 on the US Billboard Hot chart and number one on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The song was Gabriel's first Top 40 hit in .