Cinéma Vérité is the first album by the alternative rock group Dramarama, released in November 1985. Although Dramarama was an American group, from New Jersey, the album was originally released by New Rose Records of France, and in America on Question Mark Records. It was later picked up for release by Chameleon Records, a small independent record label, in California. Edie Sedgwick appears on the album cover. All songs written by John Easdale, except where noted. Side one. "Visiting the Zoo" - 4:03.
referencing Cinéma Vérité, CD, Album, RE, D2-74819. What a fine piece of work Cinema Verite was, and most people know nothing of Dramarama, other then the times from which the band came. Though formed in New Jersey, Dramarama considers their base to be Los Angeles, and it’s easy to hear the bi-coastal influences found here. For my money, the album holds up better today then it did when it first hit the streets. The vocals are mixed so that they.
Notes copied from CD release - not present on LP inner) Cinéma Vérité is the first album by an alternative rock group Dramarama, released in November 1985. Although Dramarama was an American group, specifically from New Jersey, the album was originally released by New Rose Records of France. It was later picked up for release by Chameleon Records in California, a small independent record label.
Probably the greatest rock release from 1985 that almost no one has ever heard, Cinema Verite is a simply fantastic album. Blending everything from British Invasion panache and glam influences to punk energy and back again, its cult legend was established by . DJ legend Rodney Bingenheimer.
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|1||Visiting The Zoo||4:03|
|4||Anything, Anything (I'll Give You)||3:25|
Backing Vocals – Butch Jusin, Mark Merrenger, Nick CelesteDrums – Ron MachugaPiano – Muddy Shoes*Written-By – Lou Reed
Written-By – David Bowie
|7||Some Crazy Dame||3:48|
|10||All I Want||2:26|
- Bass – Chris Carter
- Design [Cover] – Carter*, Easdale*
- Design [Typography] – P. Huart / P. Cholley*
- Drums – Jesse* (tracks: 1 to 4, 6 to 8, 11), Ken Moutenot (tracks: 9, 10)
- Engineer – Jim Barg
- Guitar – Mr. E. Boy*, Peter Wood
- Keyboards – Theothorous Athanasious Ellenis
- Other [Artist Liason] – Pat Pierson
- Photography [Front Cover] – Gerard Malanga
- Photography [Inside] – Gioia Consoli
- Producer – Chris Carter , John Easdale
- Vocals – John Easdale
- Written-By – John Easdale
NotesRecorded at The Barge, 1984-1985 except track 5 recorded in 1982 at Mix O' Lydian.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 9 399601 962529
|QM008||Dramarama||Cinéma Vérité (LP, Album)||Questionmark Records||QM008||US||1985|
|D2-74819||Dramarama||Cinéma Vérité (CD, Album, RE)||Chameleon Records||D2-74819||US||1985|
|D4-74819, none||Dramarama||Cinéma Vérité (Cass, Album)||Chameleon Records , Questionmark Records||D4-74819, none||US||1985|
|ROSE 74||Dramarama||Cinéma Vérité (LP, Album, RP)||New Rose Records||ROSE 74||France||Unknown|
|D1-74819||Dramarama||Cinéma Vérité (LP, Album, RE)||Chameleon Records||D1-74819||US||1990|