Skip to content

doubt. Let's talk. Quite right!..


8 thoughts on “ Lil Frigerator - Elton John - Breaking Hearts (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. "Breaking Hearts" is perhaps Elton's best album of the eighties. Although his previous album "Too Low For Zero" is considered by many to be his real comeback album after six years of indifference by his fans, this album is better in many ways. It has a more guitar driven sound than any Elton release since "Rock Of The Westies."/5(86).
  2. Elton John - Breaking Hearts: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Restless: A2: Slow Down Georgie (She's Poison) A3: Who Wears These Shoes? A4: Breaking Hearts (Ain't What It Used To Be) A5: Li'l 'Frigerator: B1: Passengers: B2: In Neon: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release.
  3. As so often, the lead-in to Elton John’s 18th studio album, Breaking Hearts, was via a hit song that became a trademark.‘Sad Songs (Say So Much)’ was a confidently rolling, feelgood number.
  4. Artist: Elton John. Breaking Hearts (Aint What It Used To Be). Speed: 33 RPM Format: Vinyl Album Released: Burning Buildings. Vinyl Grade: Mint. I do try to be as accurate as I can granuctykhasuransespteglanetiro.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  5. From Elton John's album "Breaking Hearts." This album was a return to the familiar formula that worked well with the previous album "Too Low for Zero." The basic Elton John band consisting of Davey Johnstone, Dee Murray & Nigel Olsson, and lyrics by Bernie Taupin.
  6. Nov 15,  · The title track itself, 'Breaking Hearts', harks back to 'Elton's Song' with just vocal and piano with a sparse arrangement of vocals for the chorus. The rockier material is a little lacklustre and the band fail to cook on these forgettable outings/5().
  7. Feb 22,  · 'Breaking Hearts' is a dirge, 'Lil' frigerator' is skippable. I do like 'In neon' though. I do like 'In neon' though. 'Did he shoot her' is a lively one, might have been a good last track for the previous album.

Leave a Comment