The band set about recording their second and most critically acclaimed album The Pleasure Principle in late 1985. It was released almost a year later in the summer of 1986 and suffered in the charts, largely due to the fact that at the time Europe's album The Final Countdown was storming the charts and the band was unfairly compared to Europe by the media and press. Treat released their latest album, Ghost of Graceland on April 13th, 2016.
The Pleasure Principle is the debut solo studio album by English musician Gary Numan. Released about six months after Replicas (1979), the second album with his band Tubeway Army, The Pleasure Principle peaked at number 1 in the United Kingdom. The Pleasure Principle has been described as featuring synth-pop and new wave throughout. Numan completely abandoned electric guitar on the album.
Album Name The Pleasure Principle. Labels Mercury Records. Music StyleMelodic Metal. Members owning this album30. Data de aparición Febrero 1986. Estilo MusicalHard-Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum2.
The Pleasure Principle (1986) by Treat. Labels: Mercury Records, Universal Music .
Pleasure Principle may refer to: Pleasure principle (psychology), a psychoanalytical term coined by Sigmund Freud. Pleasure Principle (fashion), a New York-based fashion label designed by Diva Pittala and Adrian Cowen. Pleasure Principle (album), a 1978 album by Parlet. The Pleasure Principle (Treat album), 1986. The Pleasure Principle (Gary Numan album), 1979. The Pleasure Principle" (song), a 1987 single by Janet Jackson.