Prefab Sprout ‎– Steve McQueen

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Kitchenware Records ‎– KWLP3
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Faron Young 3:48
A2 Bonny 3:42
A3 Appetite 3:55
A4 When Love Breaks Down
Producer – Phil ThornalleyRemix – Thomas Dolby
4:05
A5 Goodbye Lucille #1 4:28
A6 Hallelujah 4:19
B1 Moving The River 3:57
B2 Horsin' Around 4:37
B3 Desire As 5:20
B4 Blueberry Pies 2:23
B5 When The Angels 4:29

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First pressing.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 1, Etched. Side 1): KWLP 3 A2 FREAKIN' A
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 1, Etched. Side 2): KWLP-3 B3
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 2, Etched, Side 1): KWLP 3 A2 FREAKIN’ A ∴
  • Matrix / Runout (Variation 2, Etched, Side 2): KWLP 3-B2 FREAKIN’ B ∴

Other Versions (5 of 64) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CBS 466336-1, CBS 466336 1 Prefab Sprout Steve McQueen(LP, Album, RE) CBS/Sony, CBS/Sony CBS 466336-1, CBS 466336 1 Spain 1990 Sell This Version
PE 40100 Prefab Sprout Two Wheels Good(LP, Album) Epic PE 40100 US 1985 Sell This Version
COL 466336 2, 466336 2 Prefab Sprout Steve McQueen(CD, Album, RP) Columbia, Kitchenware Records COL 466336 2, 466336 2 UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
FET-40100 Prefab Sprout Two Wheels Good (Cass, Album) Epic FET-40100 Canada 1985 Sell This Version
BET 40100 Prefab Sprout Two Wheels Good(Cass, Album) Epic BET 40100 US 1985 Sell This Version

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flowersimon

flowersimon

November 24, 2018
If you’re reading this and you DON’T have this album....well, you might wanna sort that out. 😉
The best collection of songs from the songwriting genius that is Paddy McAloon. Some 80s music sounds dated now - all synths and superficiality - but Steve McQueen the album, like Steve McQueen the iconic movie star, is classy and timeless. Great songs are just great songs whatever the decade. This album is full of ‘em.
ucci

ucci

September 5, 2018
Listened to this travelling to Srinigar in a taxi from Jammu in Kashmir. My friend who I was with was on the hunt for soft bliss, which he did find and the next few months were spent listening to this, farting around and meeting new people.
djcatfood

djcatfood

October 16, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

I dug this out of the bins after a ten year hiatus not having a copy...i miss music like this. Sincere, fun, sometimes poignant, but altogether music you can enjoy on a visceral as well as ephemeral level (christ i need to dumb it down!!). This kind of music used to be called "alternative" when that meant something. Not too polished despite Thomas Dolby producing, sounds fresh and well...real. This album takes me back to the rather awkward days of my teenage years, and i now get a warm, comforting feeling listening to it and recalling the angst of those days. Comfort music for the awkward soul, or something of that ilk. Musically charming without being overbearing, nice incorporation of piano, a few synth lines, some good old Johnny Marr style driving Rickenbacker rhythm lines, an altogether excellent muscial. Add in charming, poignant, and sometimes embarrasingly sophmoric lyrics (all the better for it), and there you have it.