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Seconds of Pleasure


Download links and information about Seconds of Pleasure by Rockpile. This album was released in 1980 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Rock & Roll, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 53:38 minutes.

Artist: Rockpile
Release date: 1980
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Rock & Roll, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 19
Duration: 53:38
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No. Title Length
1. Teacher Teacher 2:34
2. If Sugar Was As Sweet As You 2:33
3. Heart 2:36
4. Now and Always 1:56
5. A Knife and a Fork 3:09
6. Play That Fast Thing (One More Time) 4:11
7. Wrong Again (Let's Face It) 2:21
8. Pet You and Hold You 3:10
9. Oh What a Thrill 3:06
10. When I Write the Book 3:16
11. Fool Too Long 2:50
12. You Ain't Nothin' But Fine 2:50
13. Take a Message to Mary 2:27
14. Crying In the Rain 2:02
15. Poor Jenny 2:28
16. When Will I Be Loved 2:12
17. Back to Schooldays (Live) 3:31
18. They Called It Rock (Live) 3:18
19. Crawling from the Wreckage (Live) 3:08



Considered a cult record, Seconds of Pleasure is really just a great album with tasteful production that’s aged incredibly well. England’s Rockpile was a touring pub-rock supergroup fronted by Nick Lowe and Dave Edmunds. Every song here is memorably catchy and good — the band shared a collective enthusiasm for traditional rock ‘n’ roll, but on the Lowe-fronted moments they played with an almost punkish recklessness, while Edmunds sang songs sounding like the clean, vacuum-tight power pop of the era. They open with Eddie Phillips and Kenny Picket of the Creation’s “Teacher Teacher” – it’s chiming classic guitar pop that’s nearly as perfect as a Kinks hit. And giving a Grease Band-influenced boogie to Chuck Berry’s lesser known “Oh What a Thrill” shows that Rockpile are musicians' musicians. Of course their own songs are just as impressive. Lowe imports Brinsley Schwarz’s “Play That Fast Thing (One More Time)” with more chemistry here, and the band’s “Fool Too Long” plays like a tougher Everly Brothers. The bonus version of Seconds of Pleasure comes with three live songs that prove Rockpile were a much greater force to be reckoned with in person.