Formaldehyde is the first album by the rock band Terrorvision. It was recorded at The Chapel in June 1992, with all songs written and arranged by Terrorvision.
Terrorvision ? Formaldehyde
Label: Total Vegas Recordings ? VEGASCDS 1, Total Vegas Recordings ? 0777 7 89357 2 8
Format: CD, Album, Limited Edition
Released: 04 May 1993
Style: Pop Rock, Indie Rock
1 Problem Solved 3:41
2 Ships That Sink 3:27
3 American T.V. 4:32
4 New Policy One 3:29
5 Jason 4:02
6 Killing Time 3:22
7 Urban Space Crime 3:44
8 Hole For A Soul 4:01
9 Don’t Shoot My Dog 5:27
10 Desolation Town 2:56
11 My House 3:06
12 Human Being 4:00
Phonographic Copyright (p) EMI Records Ltd.
Copyright (c) EMI Records Ltd.
Published By Warner/Chappell Music Ltd.
Recorded At Chapel Studios
Marketed By EMI
Distributed By EMI
Made By EMI Swindon
A&r Nick Mander
Bass Guitar [Bass] Leigh Marklew
Engineer [Assistant] Fulton Dingley
Guitar Mark Yates
Management [A-rock] Al Rhodes
Mixed By Gil Norton (tracks: 5, 7, 11), Pat Grogan (tracks: 1 to 4, 6, 8 to 10, 12), Terrorvision (tracks: 1 to 4, 6, 8 to 10, 12)
Producer, Engineer Pat Grogan
Producer, Written-By, Arranged By Terrorvision
Vocals Tony Wright
Limited edition release featuring a slip-case cover containing “The TV Guide” a 24 page photo booklet of Terrorvision on tour.
Recorded at The Chapel, June 1992.
?1993 except tracks 5, 7 and 11 ?1992 EMI Records Ltd.
©1993 EMI Records Ltd.
Printed in UK.
Made in UK.
Matrix / Runout: 781246 1:2:4 EMI SWINDON
Label Code: LC 0542
Other (SID Code): none
5.0 out of 5 stars Another favourite
it is excellent and more varied as well. Human being and desolation town are far removed from what people expected but are fantastic tracks. My house is much what you would expect from Terrorvision as is hole for a soul. Speaking of soul it is something this album definitely doesn’t lack. One of my favourites I just had to have it on cd. How good it was to be able to listen to it again properly. Happy memories of a brilliant fun band!
5.0 out of 5 stars Rock,
This is Terrorvisions first and in my opinion best album.
I bought it when it first came out without knowing who they were or what their sound was and was instantly and pleasantly surprised.
Not one bad track on this release as we move from feel good party rock to ballad and back again.
Stand out songs for me are “new policy one”, “killing time” and “Jason”, but you will enjoy all the others too.
5.0 out of 5 stars This is what Terrorvision should be about…,
The harder-core metal within this album is what makes it great. This is true Terrorvision, with an explosive start to the album in ‘Problem Solved’. Other classics such as ‘Hole for a Soul’ and ‘Desolation Town’ stand out, but the true in-yer-face metal is saved for ‘My House’ and ‘American TV’. They were never better than this!
5.0 out of 5 stars A truly great album,
‘American TV’ is possibly the finest TV song ever. This album is more raw and heavy compared to their later outings, which some people might not like. Terrorvisions first 2 albums rate as some of the best British rock albums of the 90s.