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Elton John - Too Low for Zero album download
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Elton John - Too Low for Zero album download

Performer:
Elton John
Album:
Too Low for Zero
Style:
Adult Contemporary,Album Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Soft Rock
Genre:
Duration:
43:57
MP3 archive size:
1930 mb
FLAC archive size:
1318 mb
Other formats:
WMA MP2 TTA DMF MPC ASF
Rating:
4.4
Votes:
208

Too Low for Zero (stylized as 2 4 0), released in 1983, is the seventeenth studio album release by Elton John. The album marked a comeback for John, whose previous four albums had failed to yield many enduring international hit singles, and had disappointing sales compared to his string of hit records released during the first half of the 1970s. It is his best selling album of the 1980s, earning Platinum certification by both the RIAA and the British Phonographic Industry

Elton John began inching back into the mainstream with Jump Up, an uneven but strong record highlighted by "Empty Garden. Its success set the stage for Too Low for Zero, a full-fledged reunion with his best collaborator, Bernie Taupin, and his classic touring band. Happily, this is a reunion that works like gangbusters, capturing everybody at a near-peak of their form. That means there aren't just hit singles, but there are album tracks, like the opener, "Cold as Christmas (In the Middle of the Year)," that strongly (and favorably) recall Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

Download original 320Kbps, 14. 8 Mb, 63:31. Money online! Song lyrics. Six o'clock alarm I get the wake up call Let that sucker jingle-jangle Ring right off the wall I'm too low for zero I'm too tired to work Tied one on with a friend last night And wound up losing my shirt

Released May 30, 1983. Too Low for Zero Tracklist. 1. "Cold As Christmas (In The Middle Of The Year)" Lyrics. 2. I'm Still Standing Lyrics.

Estilo: Pop del Disco Too low for zero del álbum cd de música : 1983 con letras de canciones y videos musicales. 002. I'm Still Standing. 001. Cold As Christmas (In The Middle Of The Year).

Listen free to Elton John – Too Low For Zero (Cold As Christmas (In The Middle Of The Year), I'm Still Standing and more). Elton John began inching back into the mainstream with Jump Up, an uneven but strong record highlighted by "Empty Garden. Happily, this is a reunion that works like gangbusters, capturing everybody at a near-peak of their form

All lyrics from Too Low For Zero album, popular Elton John songs with tracklist and information about album. Album Too Low For Zero (1983). Label The Rocket Record Company. Elton John & Bernie Taupin. Recorded By. Bill Price.

Too Low For Zero (оригинал Elton John). Ничтожнее нуля (перевод Алекс из Москвы). В шесть часов будильник. I get the wake up call. Звенит, что пора вставать. Let that sucker jingle-jangle. I can't seem to get much sleep. Кажется, я больше не смогу заснуть. I'm too low for zero, Я ничтожнее нуля, I wind up counting sheep. Я ворочаюсь, считая овец, Nothing seems to make much sense. Всё как будто потеряло смысл, It's all just Greek to me.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Cold as Christmas (In the Middle of the Year) Elton John / Bernie Taupin Elton John 4:20
2 I'm Still Standing Elton John / Bernie Taupin Elton John 3:02
3 Too Low for Zero Elton John / Bernie Taupin Elton John 5:46
4 Religion Elton John / Bernie Taupin Elton John 4:05
5 I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues Elton John / Davey Johnstone / Bernie Taupin Elton John 4:41
6 Crystal Elton John / Bernie Taupin Elton John 5:05
7 Kiss the Bride Elton John / Bernie Taupin Elton John 4:22
8 Whipping Boy Elton John / Bernie Taupin Elton John 3:44
9 Saint Elton John / Bernie Taupin Elton John 5:18
10 One More Arrow Elton John / Bernie Taupin Elton John 3:34
  • By some distance the finest Elton John record of the '80s. If any veteran rocker were ever tailor-made for the opulent and extravagant MTV videos of the early '80s, then surely John was it, as heavy rotation for 'I'm Still Standing' and 'I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues' introduced him to a whole new generation. Too Low For Zero pulled off the very cunning trick of having '80s production values without having a REALLY '80s sound, ensuring that the lead singles not only became hits in 1983 but also sat quite snugly alongside John's classics from a decade earlier, both on radio playlists and best-of compilations.

  • This is my favourite Elton John album. Elton was struggling to be a commercial artist in the late 70s and 80s , although much of John's material was strong in this period , it wasn't showing on the charts. This may be that Bernie taupin wasn't john's full time lyracist at the time. Also his classic band of Davey johnstone , Nigel Olsen and Dee Murray werent working full time with Elton . too low for zero saw the return of taupin , Johnstone, Olsen and Murray full time and the winning formula returned for elton . too low for zero is up there with any of his classic albums of the 70s . from the opening track "cold as Christmas (in the middle of the year )" elton and Bernie are at their best with perfectly constructed pop songs . any song on this album could have been a single . on "i'm still standing" , Elton gives us a performance that indicates he is back and its like a celebration and a pleasure to be back with the old team again . its a varied album musically which gives us rockers like the aforementioned "standing" and "kiss the bride" and touching ballads like the other well known song on the album "I guess that's why they call it the blues " and "one more arrow " . the title track is higlight as well . Elton is at his peak as a vocalist as wellwithlllllllllll

  • After a few years of varying critical and commercial success, Elton John made a full comeback with Too Low For Zero. It saw him fully reunite with lyricist Bernie Taupin as well as his original band members, and it worked like a treat, delivering Elton’s best album of the 1980s by far, and his best since at least 1976’s Rock Of The Westies.It produced two of his best known 80’s hits, the energetic, upbeat ‘I’m Still Standing’ and the magnificent ballad ‘I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues’, the latter being one of the best songs he has ever written with Taupin or anyone else. It is more confident than any album he had made in years, and is also stronger as a full album than many of its immediate predecessors, with album tracks being very memorable and unique. This was before his mid-80s drug problems affected his voice, so he is also singing very well. The band are in great shape, and Chris Thomas does a commendable job of producing, helping to give several songs like ‘Kiss The Bride’ and ‘I’m Still Standing’ additional energy and emotion.Probably the best album Elton John ever made after his 70s heyday.

  • This is the first Elton John album i got when it came out, and I loved it! Today I think it is his best album with a nice margin; with its defiant energy, tounge-in-cheek humour, his "give a damn" attitude, and simply stellar songs!On this one he is firing on all sylinders, and does HIS own thing. And that's precisely why we like it :)

  • The pinnacle of EJ's output in the 80's. Almost all songs are well constructed, texted and played. Moreover, the work at the studio seems to have been flowing easily."I guess that's why they call it the blues" is a magnificient number featuring great piano and harmonica playing."Kiss the bride" may be the hardest rocking number of EJ in the 80's.