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    Godley & CremeFreeze Frame

    Label:Polydor – PD-1-6257
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Album, 26 - PRC Compton
    Country:US
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    Genre:Electronic, Rock, Reggae
    Style:Art Rock, Prog Rock

    Tracklist

    A1An Englishman In New York
    Trumpet, TubaRico Rodriguez
    5:33
    A2Random Brainwave
    Guitar [Additional]Phil Manzanera
    2:37
    A3I Pity Inanimate Objects5:21
    A4Freeze Frame4:45
    B1Clues
    Guitar [Additional]Phil Manzanera
    Written ByGodley & Creme, Phil Manzanera
    5:22
    B2Brazilia (Wish You Were Here)
    Guitar [Additional]Phil Manzanera
    6:06
    B3Mugshots3:53
    B4Get Well Soon
    Vocals [Background]Paul McCartney
    4:35
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    Except for production and writing the credits are all images, accompanied by the lyrics on the inner sleeve. A horn player on A1 and the LP's engineers are unidentifiable and so are missing from this entry.

    26 on the label indicates the PRC-Compton pressing.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Pressing Plant ID (Labels): 72

    Other Versions (5 of 36)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Freeze Frame (LP, Album)Polydor2383 555Scandinavia1979
    Freeze Frame (LP, Album)PolydorPD-1-6257Canada1979
    Freeze Frame (LP, Album)Polydor2383 555Germany1979
    Freeze Frame (LP, Album)Polydor2442 166Netherlands1979
    Freeze Frame (LP, Album)Polydor, PolydorPOLD 5027, 2442 166UK1979

    Reviews

    nonasur's profile picture
    nonasur
    Edited 6 years ago
    I think the horn player on the first track is actually Norman "Hurricane" Smith.
    The tiny photo on the inner sleeve looks like an outtake from the cover photo of Smith's album "I'm Hurricane Fly Me".
    Also, Smith claimed on his book "John Lennon Called Me Normal" to have recorded horns for 10cc. Maybe he meant to say Godley & Creme.
    exploresweaters's profile picture
    exploresweaters
    So Godley & Creme "Consequences" was a fairly interesting disaster, and when I say that I'm not trying to dissuade people from checking it out. That said, this album Freeze Frame is a return to form and basically the lost 10cc album. There is a little bit of blah on here, which is why I can't justify a 4, but plenty of HOT FIRE around for players ready to hang on. "I Pity Inanimate Objects" is exactly the kind of Kevvy/Lol freakout sorely missing on 10cc records after their departure. Only with these two knife and fork maniacs can you find ad libs of "Howard Johnson is moving his bowels" quality

    So: Right now this album is sooo overlooked and easy to find in used bargain bins, which is funny considering how much dogshit is getting reissued these days on 200 gram marbled vinyl with liner notes by Truman Capote. How can you not give this a shot with this price tag? You won't be sorry. 3.7/5