Mar 01, · Shed Seven: A Maximum High (CD, Album, Promo) Polydor: POCP Japan: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review. Simon_Evans March 1, Report; Definitely worth seeking this one out ahead of the single-disc version. Very solid second disc chock full of Shed Seven b-sides which are of superior quality, more like the 4/5(12). Shed Seven: A Maximum High (CD, Album + CD, Album, Comp, Ltd) Polydor: UK: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to. May 28, · Shed Seven: A Maximum High (CD, Album) Polydor, Polydor: , UK: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review. elahrairah May 28, Report; Reviewed in Long Play column of the NME, 30 March 8/10 Reply Notify me Helpful [r] /5(42).
During an NME interview about his post-Shed Seven band, The Rising, Banks commented on his departure from the group,  explaining that he felt more respected and accepted in his new band.
Banks was eventually replaced by original guitarist Joe Johnson, while part-time keyboardist Fraser Smith was also added to the permanent Shed Seven - A Maximum High (CD. That year the band performed at V Festival in London. Despite their new deal, the band remained dissatisfied with the lack of promotional support from their label, and frustrated by delayed releases.
The band were further hindered by BBC Radio 1 's decision not to playlist them in their post-Polydor days   despite DJ Chris Moyles being a long-time supporter of the band. With Taste demanding another big Shed Seven - A Maximum High (CD before they were willing to release a new Shed Seven album,  the ready and complete LP was held back indefinitely. As a consequence, the band announced their imminent split via a statement issued through the official Shed Seven website on 23 Novemberexplaining that their then-current UK tour—which took place between November and December —would become the group's "farewell tour": .
This is exactly what we plan to do at these last remaining shows, making a special effort to play what people want to hear. It will be a celebration, a retrospective, a Shed Seven tour to remember. The final tour was a sell-out success, with the last gig played on 20 December at the Barbican Centre, in their hometown of York. One further album release did, however, come of their time at Taste: their only official live album, Where Have You Been Tonight?
Recorded at various destinations on tour in Decemberthe album was released in Maysix months before the band's farewell tour began. Despite gaining a loyal and ever-growing following of fans—sometimes referred to as "Shed Heads"  —the band Shed Seven - A Maximum High (CD to receive universal positive press attention in the UK; NME never featured Shed Seven on its cover, whilst the now defunct Melody Maker did so once.
An alternative hits album, The Collectionwhich in large part featured album tracks and B-sides, surfaced in Inafter many requests from fans, the band eventually released an official post-split album, One Hand Clapping. The 'new' material, which would have comprised the band's fifth studio album, featured unreleased demos of songs that were submitted to, and refused by, Taste Media in The album was initially released in a strictly limited run of 1, copies, although a Japanese version of the album, complete with four extra acoustic tracks, enhanced sleeve notes and complete lyrics, was released in June Their debut album, The Year of the Ratwas released on 16 April Alan Leach opened a commercial recording studio in York, taught drums and began hosting pub quizzes, during this time he co-founded SpeedQuizzing LTD with his brother who now produce and sell smartphone pub quiz software globally, Shed Seven - A Maximum High (CD.
InTom formed a new band, People in Airports, with singer-songwriter and guitarist Paul Downes. Joe Johnson taught guitar  in his Shed Seven - A Maximum High (CD, and joined a New York-based band named the Black Sours.
Fraser Smith is now a London-based record producer and songwriter, currently signed to Notting Hill Music, and has produced and mixed records for acts such as Ian BrownHayley Hutchinson and The Yards. It was the first time Banks had appeared on stage with the band since his departure in This includes Rick, who recently released a debut album with his new band The Dukes". Yet, despite this vow, both Witter and Banks' respective bands - The Dukes and Albion - suffered due to the renewed commitment to their old band's new outing.
By mid-July, several major venues had sold out and a further six concerts were announced, including two extra dates in London's Shepherd's Bush Empire. The revised tour finished on 22 December at Glasgow's Carling Academy.
Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.
Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Track Listing. Getting Better. So much so, in fact, that any faults that this album suffers from can all be attributed to Rick Witter, the band's frontman. That's a harsh statement, but the fact is that the only two weak tracks on the entire LP both stem from Witter-related problems.
The lovely mid-album acoustic country strum of 'Out By My Side', for example, is pretty much murdered by Witter's out-of-key vocal line, which sounds like he's going through puberty. The other mis-step is the epic seven minute closing track 'Parellel lines', which sees Witter mercifuly drowned out with explosive distortion, but only after an agonizing build-up which puts the vocals into sharp focus over quiet, clean guitars.
And that's such a shame, because the epic backing composition by Banks is flat out brilliant. The jangle pop angle is also well covered by the remaining two singles; the trumpet emblazoned hit 'Going For Gold' and the distinctly Smiths-esque 'Bully Boy', with it's rousing refrain of "I'll fight you to the death! Other album tracks also keep the quality high, with the Stone Roses aping 'Lies' retaining the epic catchy feel of the singles. But despite it's blatant theft, it's yet another fantastic track.
But the best of the album-only bunch is 'Magic Streets', with it's excellent stuttering indie guitar framing a fantastic lyrical ode to the seedier sides of northern England, taking a tounge-in-cheek snapshot of a town overrun by dirty drug abuse, trannies and nefarious men in 'anaraks'. Lord knows why it wasn't a single Perhaps a little controversial for the time? In the end, 'A Maximum High' is almost a classic, but is restrained by a couple of tracks that let the side down Witter!
Still, if you're looking for an ultra catchy pop record filled with tons of obvious hits and some rather delightful ties to The Smiths, then you won't find a better britpop record than this one.
Shed Seven: A Maximum High (CD, Album) Polydor: Australia: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Review Changes. Add to Collection 5/5(1). A Maximum High CD. Home Store Tour Music Videos Photos Email Sign Up Menu A Maximum High CD. $ Share Tweet Embed. SHED SEVEN A Maximum High ( UK track CD including Going For Gold Bully Boy and Where Have You Been Tonight? sixteen page booklet picture sleeve) faharderimarneusobisecocontge.co Perpetual underdogs, Shed Seven seldom received critical acceptance, and the reasons why are writ large over A Maximum High. There's failed attempts at glamour ("Going For Gold /5(24).
Apr 11, · A Maximum High, an Album by Shed Seven. Released 29 March on Polydor (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Britpop, Alternative Rock. Featured peformers: Rick Witter (vocals, writer), Paul Banks (guitar, writer), Tom Gladwin (bass, writer), Alan Leach (drums, writer), Chris Sheldon (producer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Graeme Stewart (assistant engineer), Matt Howe /5(11).
Stuffed () - VHS features all the Shed Seven promo videos up to the date of release, along with album tracks and B-sides recorded live in concert at the Forum, London on 15 November See Youse at the Barras () - DVD features Shed Seven recorded live in concert at Barrowland, Glasgow on 3 December Compilation albums: 4. SHED SEVEN - Maximum High - faharderimarneusobisecocontge.co Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search /5(18).
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Apr 11, · A Maximum High, an Album by Shed Seven. Released 29 March on Polydor (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Britpop, Alternative Rock. Featured peformers: Rick Witter (vocals, writer), Paul Banks (guitar, writer), Tom Gladwin (bass, writer), Alan Leach (drums, writer), Chris Sheldon (producer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Graeme Stewart (assistant engineer), Matt Howe /5(11). Features Song Lyrics for Shed Seven's A Maximum High album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews. Lyrics. Popular Song Lyrics. Billboard Hot Upcoming Lyrics. Recently Added. Top Lyrics of Top Lyrics of Top Lyrics of
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