Thursday, November 07, 2013

-GENERATION X- Live at the Paris Theatre, '78 & '81

Generation X managed to squeeze out one final album, 1981's Kiss Me Deadly (which contained the original version of a song that Idol would later cover as a solo artist and score a massive hit with, "Dancing With Myself"), before splitting up.
After the group's breakup, James later turned up as a member of '80s glam-punkers Sigue Sigue Sputnik, while Idol relocated to New York and embarked on his aforementioned solo career. As Idol's solo success created interest in his first band, numerous Generation X best-of and rarity collections began to crop up, including 1985's Perfect Hits: 1975-1981, 1998's Sweet Revenge, and 2000's Original Debut, the latter of which was a reissue of the U.K. version of Generation X's self-titled debut. ~~ by Greg Prato

1.Your Generation
2.From The Heart
3.Shakin' All Over
4.Kiss Me Deadly
5.King Rocker
7.The Invisible Man
8.One Hundred Punks
9.Youth Youth Youth
10.Heaven's Inside
12.Andy Warhol
14.Rock On
15.Ready Steady Go
16.King Rocker

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