Creation (8) ‎– The Real Thing

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Desperado Records ‎– DLP 33015
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A1 Don't Stop Me Now
Music By – Per Kristian IndrehusWords By – M. Guy Fletcher*
3:44
A2 Is There Someone There?
Music By – Geir Olav BøkestadWords By – M. Guy Fletcher*
4:26
A3 Street Without A Name
Music By – Geir Olav BøkestadWords By – M. Guy Fletcher*
3:11
A4 Not Funny
Music By – Per Kristian IndrehusWords By – M. Guy Fletcher*
3:40
A5 Now
Music By – Per Kristian IndrehusWords By – M. Guy Fletcher*
3:50
B1 Don't Do It!
Music By – Geir Olav BøkestadWords By – M. Guy Fletcher*
4:30
B2 (I Don't Want Your) Photograph
Music By – Per Kristian IndrehusWords By – M. Guy Fletcher*
3:02
B3 Creation
Music By – Geir Olav BøkestadWords By – M. Guy Fletcher*
4:09
B4 The Real Thing
Music By – Geir Olav BøkestadWords By – M. Guy Fletcher*
2:52
B5 Moving Out
Music By – Geir Olav BøkestadWords By – M. Guy Fletcher*
3:42

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All selections Copyright © 1984 Slager Music/Hypnotic Music Ltd.

Produced by arrangement with Slagerfabrikken
Recorded and mixed at Havoc House Studio, Berkshire, England.
Mastered by Townhouse, London

Guy E. Fletcher appears by kind permission of Dire Straits.

Synthesizers used - PPG Wave 2, PPG Wave 2.2, Waveterm computer, Yamaha DX 7, EMU systems emulator, Roland JX 3, Roland Jupiter 8, Juno 60, Linn M II, Simmons SDS 7, Roland TR 909.

Printed in Norway by Team Trykk A/S.

℗ + © 1984 Slagerfabrikken A/S, Oslo, Norway - Distribution: Non Stop Music Service.

[Inner sleeve]
All selections Copyright © 1984 Slager Music/Hypnotic Music Ltd.
(Administered by Scandinavian Songs AB, Stockholm, Sweden)

[Labels]
℗ 1984

The runout on side A is mostly printed on the label and is completely absent on side B, although it is most likely "CREATION DLP 33015 B"

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  • Rights Society: n©b
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): CREATION DLP 33015 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): none

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Lovinda

Lovinda

June 5, 2016
edited over 4 years ago
Band name and title in silver lettering (not showing properly on this cover image)
paradisecode

paradisecode

July 2, 2015
edited over 5 years ago
As far as I remember (unfortunately it has been about 7 years since I spun a vinyl record) this was in my mind the very best Creation album of the lot. A real pity that it has never been on cd like some Drama cd's and some of the other Creation releases of the 80's. I get nostalgic looking at the song titles as i can literally hear most every one playing in my head despite not having heard them in all this time. Thanks for adding this one.