United Kingdom (album)
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United Kingdom is the fourth studio album by American indie rock band American Music Club. It was released exclusively in the United Kingdom in 1989 on Frontier Records and Demon Records. The album was recorded primarily for the country, where the band had a larger following than in their native United States, and consists of a mixture of studio and live tracks. United Kingdom was produced by Tom Mallon, who also produced the band's previous three LPs, The Restless Stranger, Engine and California.
|Studio album by|
|American Music Club chronology|
|Spin Alternative Record Guide||4/10|
United Kingdom contains the song "Kathleen", the most obvious of many that Mark Eitzel has composed about his long-term muse, Kathleen Burns.
All tracks are written by Mark Eitzel.
|1.||"Here They Roll Down"||4:12|
|2.||"Dreamers of the Dream"||2:59|
|3.||"Never Mind" (Live at the Hotel Utah)||4:05|
|5.||"Dream Is Gone"||3:55|
|6.||"Heaven of Your Hands"||3:01|
|7.||"Kathleen" (Live at the Hotel Utah)||2:20|
|8.||"The Hula Maiden" (Live at the Hotel Utah)||4:59|
- American Music Club
- Mark Eitzel – vocals, guitar
- Tom Mallon – bass, production
- Mike Simms – drums
- Vudi – guitar, accordion, backing vocals
- Additional musicians
- Artwork and design
- Kathleen Burns – cover photography