Mouth to Mouth (Levellers album)


Mouth to Mouth (Levellers album)
Mouth to Mouth
Studio album by The Levellers
Released 1997
Recorded 1997 at the Metway, Brighton
Genre Rock, alternative rock, folk punk
Label China
Producer Jon Kelly
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The Levellers chronology
Headlights, White Lines, Black Tar Rivers (Best Live)
(1996)
Mouth to Mouth
(1997)
One Way of Life
(1998)

Mouth to Mouth is the fifth studio album by The Levellers. It was released on the China label in 1997 and peaked at #5 in the UK album charts.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Dog Train"
  2. "Beautiful Day"
  3. "Celebrate"
  4. "Rain and Snow"
  5. "Far Away"
  6. "C.C.T.V."
  7. "Chemically Free"
  8. "Elation"
  9. "Captain Courageous"
  10. "Survivors"
  11. "Sail Away"
  12. "Too Real"

The 2007 re-issue of this album also contained the bonus tracks:

  1. "Bar Room Jury"
  2. "Angels"
  3. "All Your Dreams"
  4. "Windows"

Personnel

Musicians

  • Mark Chadwick - Vocals, guitars
  • Simon Friend - Guitars, vocals, banjo
  • Jonathan Sevink - Violin, sample loops
  • Charlie Heather - Drums
  • Jeremy Cunningham - Bass guitar


Production Staff

  • Jon Kelly - Producer
  • Andrew Scarth - Engineer
  • Tim Young - Mastering

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