White on Blonde

White on Blonde

by Texas

CD(Dutch Import)

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Unexpectedly, Texas became a popular sensation prior to the release of White on Blonde when Chris Evans made the soulful single "Say What You Want" the de facto theme song on his morning program on Radio 1. On the strength of his support, Texas was catapulted to previously unthinkable success, and the majority of the fans who thought the number one single was fine shouldn't have been disappointed with the full-length album. A combination of roots-rock and soul, White on Blonde occasionally has more style than substance, but Sharleen Spiteri's gorgeous vocals and the band's professionalism make the record a charming, ingratiating listen.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/05/1997
Label: Universal I.S.
UPC: 0731453431522
catalogNumber: 5343152
Rank: 110443

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Texas   Primary Artist,Multi Instruments
Gini Ball   Strings
Susan Dench   Strings
Terry Disley   Keyboards
Sally Herbert   Strings
Chris Pitsillides   Strings
Anne Stephenson   Strings
Claire Orsler   Strings
Roger Ward   Guitar
Alex Silva   Keyboards
Claire Miles   Strings
Steven Granville   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Texas   Arranger,Programming,Producer,Engineer
Sharleen Spiteri   Contributor
Nick Addison   Engineer
Eddie Campbell   Contributor
Terry Disley   Programming
Ian Grimble   Engineer
Richard Hynd   Contributor
Kenny Mac Donald   Engineer
Johnny McElhone   Contributor
Ally McErlaine   Contributor
Martin Greene   Arranger
Ash Howes   Engineer
Stuart Spalding   Art Direction
Lee Swillingham   Art Direction
Alex Silva   Programming
Paul Anthony Taylor   Programming

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White on Blonde 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
by accident i found out about texas -- they were included in the Q magazine's best of 97 CD -- and i was grateful for my good fortune ever since. in my humble opinion, this is one of the best CDs of the decade; fresh, confident, and with plenty of style to spare. let other bands worry about saving the britpop business; all texas has to do is to simply continue doing what they do best: create music that is honest and heartfelt; this is something wonderful that everyone can relate to. thank you for reading.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sharleen Spiteri and band give us one of the best and most divine albums of the 90s. This band is huge in Europe and deserve world-wide renown...this could be the one to push them into that stratosphere! My advise would be to check out their greatest hits and if you enjoy that, then go back in their catalogue and check out the albums. You won't be sorry. Texas, please come play on a stage near DC soon!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you haven't bought this incredable CD yet, you should at least have the dignity to MP3 it from Napster. This album is without a doubt one of the coolest albums to be heard in the 1990's. Give it a shot and then move on to The Hush...