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  1. Think Visual is the twenty-second studio album by English rock band the Kinks, released in It peaked at #81 on the Billboard chart.. According to Ray Davies, the album was originally going to be a concept album where his "spiv" character from the "Come Dancing" music video was put in the "environment of a video shop."Track listingGenre: Rock.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Think Visual on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCA,MCA Records - R • Format: Vinyl LP, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock Killing Time: B6: When You Were A Child Producer – Dave Davies: The Kinks: Think Visual ‎ (CD, Album.
  3. May 08,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Think Visual on Discogs/5(67).
  4. Killing Time Lyrics: Everybody's going somewhere / See how they stand in line / All complaining their lives are unfair / Too bad for them, too bad for mine / (It's the killing time) From now till then.
  5. Think Visual, the band's first album for MCA Records, represented an artistic dead end for the Kinks, as Ray Davies continued to crank out a series of competent, but undistinguished hard rockers. Out of all the loud, riff-driven numbers, only Dave Davies' "Rock N' Roll Cities" made a lasting impression. Ray's gentler songs weren't among his most memorable, relying on slight melodies and 4/
  6. Released in late , "Think Visual" is the first album the Kinks did for MCA Records. Arista Records seemingly sensed that the Kinks period of commercial renaissance was over following the dropoff in sales of 's "Word Of Mouth". Indeed, the sales dropoff continued with "Think Visual", but /5(34).
  7. (It's the killing time) From now till then (Killing time), Not knowing when They're watching me, I'm watching them Standing by the empty mine (Killing time) It's a killing time I know it well Killing time Until the bell Too late to change, too soon to tell And in between, the killing time (Killing time) Giving me hell Up above the stars still shine.
  8. Everybody's going somewhere See how they stand in line All complaining their lives are unfair Too bad for them, too bad for mine (It's the killing time) From now till then (Killing time), Not knowing when They're watching me, I'm watching them Standing by the empty mine (Killing time) It's a killing time I know it well Killing time Until the bell Too late to change, too soon to tell And in.
  9. Jul 21,  · For anyone who previously overlooked or dismissed it, I strongly recommend giving it a shot. Here’s what I wrote about it in Part 8 of my Kinks series: By the time their first album for MCA Records was released, Think Visual (), I was still interested in hearing what they were doing but not nearly as excited as I had been a few years earlier.

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