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8 thoughts on “ The Black Sea - OMD* - Universal (CD, Album) ”

  1. Arajin says:
    Even though OMD weren't 'Britpop' this album captures the spirit of Britpop and those heady days of the mid '90s. Why the two singles weren't massive hits I will never know (actually, probably just down to lack of airplay). I remember seeing dozens of copies of The Universal CD single for sale at the Electric Ballroom record fair.4/5(40).
  2. Daramar says:
    Written and pre recorded in Dublin at The Factory and in Los Angeles at JE Sound and Johnny Yuma. Tracks 1 & 11 mixed at Eden, London. Tracks 2 to 10 & 12 mixed at The Townhouse, London. Release ().
  3. Yozshurr says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Universal on Discogs. Label: Virgin - 8 2 7,Virgin - CDV • Format: CD Album • Country: Italy • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop4/5(20).
  4. Jurg says:
    Label: Virgin - 8 2 7,Virgin - CDV • Format: CD Album, Repress • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop.
  5. Yozshum says:
    of London" solidify this record. This album and the next, "English Settlement", could well have been a double album because of their somewhat similar styles. These would be the last albums released while they were still a touring band. If you had to pick a few albums from XTC to listen to, Black Sea would be one of the three/5().
  6. Vizragore says:
    Sep 30,  · 1. Universal 2. Walking on the Milky Way 3. The Moon & the Sun 4. The Black Sea 5. Very Close to Far Away 6. The Gospel of St J.
  7. Samukinos says:
    Even though OMD weren't 'Britpop' this album captures the spirit of Britpop and those heady days of the mid '90s. Why the two singles weren't massive hits I will never know (actually, probably just down to lack of airplay). I remember seeing dozens of copies of The Universal CD single for sale at the Electric Ballroom record fair/5(35).
  8. Shaktijas says:
    Released: 21 October Universal is the tenth album by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD), released in It spawned the group's first Top 20 hit in the UK for over five years with the track " Walking on the Milky Way ". However, follow-up single " Universal " and the album itself performed poorly and this lack of success prompted singer Andy McCluskey to .

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