Translator (3) ‎– Heartbeats And Triggers

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Columbia ‎– ARC 38162
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Tracklist

A1 Everywhere That I'm Not 4:03
A2 Necessary Spinning 3:41
A3 Everything You See 3:35
A4 When I Am With You 3:06
A5 Nothing Is Saving Me 5:16
B1 Sleeping Snakes 3:37
B2 Favorite Drug 3:32
B3 Everywhere 3:19
B4 Dark Region 2:31
B5 My Heart, Your Heart 3:43

Credits

Notes

Recorded at The Automatt and Iguana Studios, San Francisco

© 1982 CBS Inc. / ℗ 1982 CBS Inc. / Manufactured by Columbia

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7464-38162-1

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PCC 38162 Translator (3) Heartbeats And Triggers(LP, Album) Columbia PCC 38162 US 1982 Sell This Version
FC 38162 Translator (3) Heartbeats And Triggers(LP, Album) Columbia, 415 Records FC 38162 Canada 1982 Sell This Version
CBS 85953 Translator (3) Heartbeats And Triggers(LP, Album) CBS, 415 Records CBS 85953 UK 1982 Sell This Version
CBS 85953 Translator (3) Heartbeats And Triggers(LP, Album) CBS, 415 Records CBS 85953 Europe 1982 Sell This Version
S 85953 Translator (3) Heartbeats And Triggers(LP, Album) CBS, 415 Records S 85953 Spain 1982 Sell This Version

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patientot

patientot

April 7, 2010
edited over 5 years ago

Translator were a fairly obscure 80s college rock band, probably inspired by things like the mid to late 70s New York/CBGB scene, the Velvet Underground, the Byrds, and a dash of UK Post-Punk. On this album, they retain a sense of edginess and energy that was lost on subsequent recordings due to inferior, dated 80s production. The first track is a dead ringer for a Modern Lovers outtake minus the organ and there are even a couple moments where they try out a more rhythmic approach reminiscent of Gang of Four. Most of the time the guitars focus on a jangly sound though. The main singer has a smooth, somewhat deep voice that works well on the chorus harmonies. There are a couple weak moments, but the album is pretty consistent as a whole. Fortunately, this has been reissued on CD recently, so there's really no reason not to pick it up if you're into this kind of thing.