|2||In Every Dream Home (A Nightmare)||4:31|
|3||Crime Don't Pay||4:24|
Lead Vocals – Graham Maby
|6||The Evil Eye||3:45|
|7||Someone Up There||3:47|
|9||Mad At You||6:03|
|10||One To One||3:22|
|AMLH 64837||Joe Jackson Band||Beat Crazy (LP, Album)||A&M Records||AMLH 64837||UK||1980|
|24192||Joe Jackson Band||Beat Crazy (CD, Album, RE)||American Beat Records||24192||US||2007|
|393 241-1||Joe Jackson Band||Beat Crazy (LP, Album, RE)||A&M Records||393 241-1||Germany||1985|
|393 241-2||Joe Jackson Band||Beat Crazy (CD, Album, RE)||A&M Records||393 241-2||Europe||Unknown|
|SP-4837||Joe Jackson Band||Beat Crazy (LP, Album, Pit)||A&M Records||SP-4837||US||1980|
- Artwork – Willy Smax
- Bass, Vocals – Graham Maby
- Drums, Vocals – Dave Houghton
- Engineer – Norman Mighell
- Engineer [Assistant] – Nigel Mills
- Guitar – Gary Sanford
- Photography By – Anton Corbijn
- Vocals, Keyboards, Melodica, Producer, Arranged By, Written-By, Design Concept [Sleeve Concept] – Joe Jackson
Recorded at Basing Street Studios, London, England.
Printed in booklet:
"This Album represents a desperate attempt to make some sense of Rock and Roll.
Deep in our heats, we knew it was doomed to failure. The question remains: Why did we try?"
All selections © 1980 Albion Music Ltd.
© 1980 A&M Records, Inc.
℗ 1980 A&M Records, Inc.
Administered in the U.S. and Canada by Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP)
Made in U.S,A.
Printed in the U.S.A.
1st catalog number as printed on booklet & inlay.
2nd catalog number as printed on CD.
- Barcode (Text): 0 7502-13241-2
- Barcode (String): 07502132412
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 0345
- Matrix / Runout: 75021 3241 2 02% B
- Other (Molded in the inner ring of the CD): MADE IN USA BY PMDC
- Barcode (As scanned with trailing digit): 075021324121
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Albion Music Ltd.
- Made By – PMDC, USA
- Recorded At – Basing Street Studios
Beat Crazy - Joe Jackson. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Beat Crazy is the title track to the Joe Jackson Band's 1981 album, Beat Crazy. Written by Joe Jackson, and sung by Graham Maby, it was released as a single in 1981. According to Jackson when he performed the song live at Pinkpop Festival in 1980, the song is dedicated to drug-crazed teenagers all over the world. The lyrics of the song complain of how kids of the time are too busy on drugs - saying that they are all too beat crazy - to take responsibility and get jobs. Musically, the song, like. Joe Jackson - Beat Crazy 1980. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Powerpop New Wave Post-Punk. Joe Jackson. Лейбл: A&M Records AMLH 64837. Альбом Джо Джексона в составе группы Joe Jackson Band. Songs in album Joe Jackson - Beat Crazy 1980. Joe Jackson - Beat Crazy. Joe Jackson - One To One. Joe Jackson - In Every Dream Home A Nightmare. Joe Jackson - The Evil Eye. Joe Jackson - Mad At You. Joe Jackson - Crime Don't Pay. Jackson sticks with the short songs and punk feel of his first two releases, but strategically adds rocksteady and jazz elements here and there. Reggae fans may notice that Graham Maby's bass guitar melody on this 1980 single was pinched from Jacob Miller's 1975 track Baby, I Love You the video for Beat Crazy from Joe Jackson Band's Afterlife for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar chart history for the Joe Jackson Band album Beat Crazy along with track listing and links to charting singles from the album. Beat Crazy 2. One To One 3. In Every Dream Home A Nightmare 4. The Evil Eye 5. Mad At You 6. Crime Don't Pay 7. Someone Up There 8. Battleground 9. Biology 10. Pretty Boys 11. Chart information for: Joe Jackson. Band Name Joe Jackson. Album Name Beat Crazy. Type Album. Released date 1980. Labels Universal Music Group A And M Records. Music StylePop Rock. Members owning this album1. Beat Crazy. One to One. In Every Dream Home A Nightmare. Joe Jackson tried very hard to make this album a band effort, and as the liner notes put it, make sense of rock and roll. He also declares the attempt a failure. It is easy to see how Jackson used the failure of Beat Crazy to make the leap to the more sophisticated Night And Day. His 3rd album Beat Crazy would be the first to see Jackson start to move in different directions which would be a foreshadowing of what he would do for the rest of his career. Along with his patented new wave, punk style, on Beat Crazy Joe would introduce elements of reggae, beat music, jazz and some swing to the mix