℗ 1982 The Lords of the New Church, under exclusive license to Extra Term Audio
Released February 2, 1982
Duration 33m 57s
Record Label Blixa Sounds
Catalogue No. ETA 805
Genre Rock (Goth)
 

The Lords of the New Church

The Lords of the New Church

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1.1
New Church (Remastered)
The Lords of the New Church
3:30
1.2
Russian Roulette (Remastered)
The Lords of the New Church
3:47
1.3
Question of Temperature (Remastered)
The Lords of the New Church
2:56
1.4
Eat Your Heart Out (Remastered)
The Lords of the New Church
2:35
1.5
Portobello (Remastered)
The Lords of the New Church
2:59
1.6
Open Your Eyes (Remastered)
The Lords of the New Church
3:29
1.7
Livin' on Livin' (Remastered)
The Lords of the New Church
3:25
1.8
Lil' Boys Play with Dolls (Remastered)
The Lords of the New Church
3:42
1.9
Apocalypso (Remastered)
The Lords of the New Church
3:10
1.10
Holy War (Remastered)
The Lords of the New Church
4:24
The Lords of the New Church is the debut studio album by the English/American rock band The Lords of the New Church. It was released in 1982 by Illegal Records in the UK and by I.R.S. Records in the US. The Lords of the New Church were formed in 1981 by singer Stiv Bators and guitarist Brian James, who had been founding members of Cleveland's Dead Boys and London's the Damned, respectively. The two experimented for a time with different rhythm sections, before bassist Dave Tregunna (ex-Sham 69) and drummer Nicky Turner (ex-the Barracudas) joined the fold. Musically, the album is a mix of punk, glam, garage rock and goth, described by New Noise Magazine as a "seedy concoction of spidery guitars, sleazy bass lines, jungle drums and gothic keyboards."
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Blixa Sounds Studio Masters

Tracks 1, 2, 4-10 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source Track 3 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-3.81
-4.97 to -3.23
-18.65
-19.85 to -17.63
-14.75
-15.70 to -13.40
10
8 to 11
1
New Church (Remastered)
-4.97-18.74-15.48
2
Russian Roulette (Remastered)
-3.77-19.26-15.511
3
Question of Temperature (Remastered)
-3.90-18.73-15.310
4
Eat Your Heart Out (Remastered)
-4.29-18.05-14.09
5
Portobello (Remastered)
-3.75-19.85-15.711
6
Open Your Eyes (Remastered)
-3.23-18.38-14.810
7
Livin' on Livin' (Remastered)
-3.73-18.87-14.710
8
Lil' Boys Play with Dolls (Remastered)
-3.49-17.63-13.610
9
Apocalypso (Remastered)
-3.37-17.97-13.49
10
Holy War (Remastered)
-3.60-19.04-15.110

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