Automatic is the third album by Scottish alternative rock band The Jesus and Mary Chain.
As soon as I get my head 'round you I come around catching sparks off you I get an electric charge from you That secondhand living, it just won't do. And the way I feel tonight Oh, I could die and I wouldn't mind And there's something going on inside.
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Despite the riot-inducing gigs, the hostility between Jim and William Reid, the drink, the drugs and the sardonic sense of humour, it's easy to forget that The Jesus and Mary Chain created not just articulate expressions of angst and alienation but also the perfect soundtrack for when you have a huge crush on someone and you're horny and lonely. Now, after 18 years, the band will finally be releasing another album, entitled Damage and Joy, set for release next March. Head On - "The way I feel tonight, Oh I could die and I wouldn't mind", perhaps best summises the dead-eyed, laconic confidence vested by Jim Reid that even the Pixie's tried their hand at covering it in 1991. The lack of their trademark feedback and focus on a synth bass and drum machine makes Head On still sound endurably fresh.
Psychocandy is The Jesus and Mary Chain’s debut album. The album was originally released on November 18, 1985, via Blanco Y Negro Records. Inspired by ‘60s girl groups, and The Velvet Underground, the band fused elements of these influences to create loud, chaotic, yet catchy noise pop. Traditional pop structures and melodies are used throughout the album, along with blasts of distorted, buzzsaw guitars and feedback. The album went on to receive critical acclaim, and is very influential in the Alternative Rock scene, especially in the development of the Shoegaze genre.
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Anyone still expecting the wheels to fall off – even after the excellent reception Psychocandy received – was confounded when the Jesus and Mary Chain released the Some Candy Talking EP in 1986. But the driving and pulsating Head On, with its rockabilly guitars and chorus reminiscent of Springsteen’s Born to Run, was the standout track for most. For their sixth album in 1998, the Mary Chain were dropped by their label and ended up returning to Creation. Munki is often unfairly overlooked and the band were terminally unfashionable by this point.
The Jesus & Mary Chain's new album, Damage and Joy is out no.