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  1. Perhaps frustrated by the lack of commercial success Imperial Bedroomencountered, Elvis Costello enlisted British hitmakers Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley to produce its follow-up, Punch the Clock. The difference between the two records is immediately noticeable. Punch the Clockhas a slick, glossy surface, complete with layered synthesizers, horns, studio effects, and the backup vocals of sipickreernerblistiqatneramsobanserv.coinfo: $
  2. Although it contains one of his bigger American hits in "Everyday I Write the Book," one of his more exploratory singles in "Pills and Soap," and one of his standards in "Shipbuilding," Elvis Costello's album Punch the Clock is not one of his best regarded, due partially to a shiny, state-of-the-art production from producers Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley, but also due to a subpar set.
  3. Containing his first American top 40 single, Everyday I Write The Book, Elvis Costello's release Punch The Clock came on the heels of what many consider his masterpiece, Imperial Bedroom, and continued the momentum, charting even higher in the UK and US than did Imperial Bedroom.
  4. Perhaps frustrated by the lack of commercial success Imperial Bedroom encountered, Elvis Costello enlisted British hitmakers Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley to produce its follow-up, Punch the Clock. The difference between the two records is immediately noticeable. Punch the Clock has a slick, glossy surface, complete with layered synthesizers, horns, studio effects, and the backup vocals of Afrodiziak.6/
  5. Nov 13,  · Punch The Clock. studio album by. Elvis Costello & The Attractions. Released. August 5, (UK & US reissue) (UK & US 2CD reissue) .
  6. Punch the Clock, an Album by Elvis Costello and The Attractions. Released 5 August on Columbia (catalog no. FC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Soul, New Wave.
  7. Jun 03,  · The album sold significantly less well than "Punch the Clock", reaching only #35 in the US, and failing to reach the Top 40 in Australia. However, "I Wanna Be Loved" reached #18 in the UK, while "The Only Flame In Town" became Elvis’ second Top single in the US, reaching #56, probably by repeating much of the formula first used on.

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