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Michael Ortmanns
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Like a Potatoe Chip
Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2018
First it’s Television music is no doubt 5 stars. The two stars is for the condition of the 180 gram Rhinovinyl LP. Tired of paying a premium for these suppose to be higher quality LP’s. When I put it on my turntable it looked like a freaking Pringle going round in circles.... See more
First it’s Television music is no doubt 5 stars. The two stars is for the condition of the 180 gram Rhinovinyl LP. Tired of paying a premium for these suppose to be higher quality LP’s. When I put it on my turntable it looked like a freaking Pringle going round in circles. Even my record clamp can’t take that kind of warp out of heavy weight vinyl. Amazingly it played. Rhino is either turning out crap, or these records are’nt being stored and handled properly. Just my opinion.Thanks
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Donald Mallen
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
One of the most overlooked bands by most people
Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2013
Television came from the same New York music scene/womb that gave birth to the New York Dolls, the Ramones, Blondie, Johnny Thunders, the Dead Boys, etc., except they were also very influenced by the same poet revival that Patty Smith and Jim Carroll came from. They are... See more
Television came from the same New York music scene/womb that gave birth to the New York Dolls, the Ramones, Blondie, Johnny Thunders, the Dead Boys, etc., except they were also very influenced by the same poet revival that Patty Smith and Jim Carroll came from. They are unique, and un-categorical. This re-release including some excellent bonus tracks is sharp and clear, and "Marquee Moon" was always an album that you never tire of listening to. Verlaine and Lloyd, despite their differences (or maybe because of), are great foils for each other and each are magnificent guitar players, and backed by the rhythm section of Ficca (drums) and Smith (bass) have the ability to let loose their creativity. Check out the books "Sonic Transmission" and "Marquee Moon (from the 33 1/3 series), both available here on Amazon, for more details of the wonderful musical collaboration.
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Frederick Baptist
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Wow! What a Great Debut! Too Bad the Sound Doesn''t Match the Previous Rhino Release!
Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2007
Born of the same stock as bands like Blondie, the Ramones, Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground, Bowie, The Cars and The Knack, Television has something unique about their sound that is very addictive and has an edge about it that makes you want to listen to them over and... See more
Born of the same stock as bands like Blondie, the Ramones, Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground, Bowie, The Cars and The Knack, Television has something unique about their sound that is very addictive and has an edge about it that makes you want to listen to them over and over.

The licks and riffs they play are deceptively simple cliches and yet they pull it off brilliantly. Not a single weak track here at all.

Now this version has been released in a mini lp replica sleeve design which pretty accurately recreates the original lp design. We all know that for years now, the Japanese have been the masters at mlps cds and they still have the edge over Rhino at least for now. The Japanese have the good sense to include a plastic sleeve for the cd to prevent dust and more importantly scratches from damaging the shiny side of the cd. Otherwise, the outer cardboard sleeve is well done and is good quality unlike some of the other mlps versions I''ve seen out there that have flimsy or poor quality, thin cardboard covers. I don''t actually mind the fact that there are no bonus tracks as I feel that most of the time, bonus tracks do not add to the enjoyment of the original album tracks and many a time actually spoils the listening enjoyment when they are countless outtakes or alternate takes of album tracks or worse interviews and obvious filler material. Too bad the sound hasn''t been remastered as well as the digipak version of this album where the sound quality is still better than it is here.

Otherwise, if you don''t mind the propensity for the lack of proper plastic protection for the cd to result in scratches on the data/music side of your cd, then for lovers of the mlps format, this may be a worthwhile addition to your other punk rock albums. Overall, I like the whole Rhino Replica idea but I hope they''ll take my comments seriously and seek to better protect the discs from damage and also seek to remaster and hence improve the sound quality of future releases. The following are just some of the albums I''d love to see as Rhino Replicas:

"Harvest" - Neil Young

"Everybody Knows This is Nowhere" - Neil Young

"Deja Vu" - Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

"Back In Black" - AC/DC

"Partners In Crime" - Rupert Holmes

"No Goodbyes" - Daryl Hall & John Oates

"Abandoned Luncheonette" - Daryl Hall & John Oates

"Not Fragile" - Bachman-Turner Overdrive

"The White Album" - Average White Band

"Centerfield" - John Fogerty

(all remastered with plastic cd protecting sleeve in addition to the paper sleeve and please no bonus tracks)
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Frederick Baptist
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Wow! What Great Sound! What a Great Debut!
Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2006
Rhino has done it again; what a brilliant job of remastering as the sound quality of this disc is remarkable. Born of the same stock as bands like Blondie, the Ramones, Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground, Bowie, The Cars and The Knack, Television has something unique... See more
Rhino has done it again; what a brilliant job of remastering as the sound quality of this disc is remarkable. Born of the same stock as bands like Blondie, the Ramones, Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground, Bowie, The Cars and The Knack, Television has something unique about their sound that is very addictive and has an edge about it that makes you want to listen to them over and over.

The licks and riffs they play are deceptively simple cliches and yet they pull it off brilliantly. Not a single weak track here and the bonus tracks in this case add to the overall listening experience unlike in many other cases where they may even detract from the quality of the original album.

This digipak version also comes with all the lyrics printed on the inner covers and a 20-page booklet with great liner notes as well. The only down side is that the cd does not come with a protective plastic or paper sleeve and the disc is stored between cardboard surfaces which makes it very hard to prevent scratches.

Tom Verlaine has a truly unique voice and the rest of the band do very competent work making this one of the best ever debut albums. If you absolutely have to categorise this, it would very loosely fit into the punk rock category but that would not quite do justice in describing the band. The closest I can think of is that they fall in-between early David Bowie and The Cars. A happier version of the former but a darker version of the latter but still essential listening for all music lovers. Highly recommended.
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Robert A. Clocker
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The Birth of American New Wave.
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2020
One of the best albums that never gained mass acceptance in the time that it was released , namely because Prog Rock was ruling the day on one hand & on the other was top 40 fluff like Barry Manilow & Starland Vocal Band & the Capt. & Teneille . Also the disco craze was... See more
One of the best albums that never gained mass acceptance in the time that it was released , namely because Prog Rock was ruling the day on one hand & on the other was top 40 fluff like Barry Manilow & Starland Vocal Band & the Capt. & Teneille . Also the disco craze was about to take off. This album was way ahead of its time & sadly , never got the acclaim that it so richly deserved.
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richard 11
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
yes deceptively simple
Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2010
I must comment on another review- since there is only one other review!..I agree about the album replica problem.Or more specifically the Rhino problem.I always feel i may scratch the cd as i put it into the sleeve.Also,i think they could''ve made it 1/4 inch smaller,so it... See more
I must comment on another review- since there is only one other review!..I agree about the album replica problem.Or more specifically the Rhino problem.I always feel i may scratch the cd as i put it into the sleeve.Also,i think they could''ve made it 1/4 inch smaller,so it would fit in with the other cds.That said,it is a nearly perfect replica of the original 12"album cover -and inner sleeve(complete with tiny lyrics!) Regarding the music:Guitar riffs ARE deceptively simple- but not in that bland pop(new wave) way...And though i''d heard most of these songs before- a few, many times over 3 decades-i never fully appreciated those lyrics.I knew they were clever,but they,also,were deceptively simple.Now,for those not familiar with this band at all...Not to offend a fellow reviewer,but the only band of those named that i could categorize this with is the Ramones- and that not for musical similarities.Television was near the grass roots of punk rock in the u.s.,along with Patti Smith,the Ramones,New York Dolls,Blondie,Talking Heads,James Chance,etc...By the time of the first albums,Blondie was far more pop,Ramones were far more simple,the Cars & the Knack (aside from mostly sucking)were just jumping on the bandwagon,and had absolutely nothing to do with punk...Velvet Underground & Bowie being from a Different era altogether- V.U.being practically in a category by itself,and being done many years before Television hit the scene;and Bowie having decided to become a commercial product by the mid 70''s...It''s hard to compare this band with another.Maybe Patti Smith, though this sound is brighter,somewhat more pop than the Smith Group''s straight ahead rock tendency- and rarely exceeds maybe 120 words in a song,as opposed to Patti''s 1000 word ramblings...Let''s just say this:There''s A LOT of guitar here.The drums & bass are clean and clear.Tom Verlaine impresses me as a former kid in school who knew he was supposed to be a star,but the other kids didn''t see it,and he made it just to spazz out on stage,spilling his poetic,insightful and sometimes agonized guts out for all to see...and guitars.
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Rita
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
this reminds us that punk started out as more than spit and razorblades
Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2006
When you say "punk" to the average person now, they conjure up images of the Sex Pistols, the Ramones(perhaps), some hardcore, and quite possibly even Green Day. But it really started out as so much more.... and this album proves it.(no pun intended) This is an exercise in... See more
When you say "punk" to the average person now, they conjure up images of the Sex Pistols, the Ramones(perhaps), some hardcore, and quite possibly even Green Day. But it really started out as so much more.... and this album proves it.(no pun intended) This is an exercise in hearing ART. This is where we were hoping music could take us, and if you were a "thinking youth" in 1977, believe me, music needed to go somewhere. How refreshing for my young ears to hear this instead of "Hotel California" that was being played ad nauseum on the radio. There was suddenly a light at the end of the tunnel. And what a light this was. This was part of the movement that brought us Patti Smith, Blondie, the Ramones, the Talking Heads, and the Voidoids, just to name a few. Think about that diversity. Now merge that with the Sex Pistols, the Clash, the Damned, the Vibrators, and most of the talent from the "Stiff" label from England and you have some idea of the broad scope of punk at that time. (Then they started to divide it all for marketing purposes - "New Wave", "New Romantic", "Art Punk", "Hardcore", "Post Punk", "West Coast", "East Coast", blah blah blah.) This album opens your eyes to what it is possible to get out of your guitar. It is an album of contrasts- smooth, liquid guitar paired with an abrupt rhythm section; military sounding drums with guitars and bass curling around them, lapping at the beats like flames; staccato guitars and a jazzy drumline- all with Tom Verlaine''s unmistakable vocals layered throughout. The original album is reproduced here quite nicely, and dare I say it? -better audio integrity than my original cd or even my original vinyl copy, & just as warm. But the extra bonus of "Little Johnny Jewel" is an awesome addition- now you don''t have to scour used record stores for the seven inch. This is an fantastic reissue of a fantastic album.
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nick smith
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
too much television will not rott your brain!!!!!
Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2014
I first bought television''s the blow up. yes, the recording is not that great, but the music and the lyrics are awesome. television has a unique sound that separated them from the rest of the cbgb bands. they have a mix between punk, rock and jazz. giving them a distinct... See more
I first bought television''s the blow up. yes, the recording is not that great, but the music and the lyrics are awesome. television has a unique sound that separated them from the rest of the cbgb bands. they have a mix between punk, rock and jazz. giving them a distinct advantage over other bands. marquee moon is proof off that. from songs like see no evil, prove it and marquee moon to slower songs like guiding light and torn curtain. this album has it all. I give it five stars and recommend it to anyone who likes 70''s music.
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Michael Rothwell
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Dull, Droll And Done
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 11, 2021
Sometimes when listening to the oft hyped great new thing one can only reply to it by saying ''don''t waste my time.'' Television are post-punk without ever really visiting punk. Each song drags through musically, without the uplift of catchy lyrics. It is a staging post of a...See more
Sometimes when listening to the oft hyped great new thing one can only reply to it by saying ''don''t waste my time.'' Television are post-punk without ever really visiting punk. Each song drags through musically, without the uplift of catchy lyrics. It is a staging post of a kind; Television were afforded much credibility within late 1970s music circles. This is one circle I''ll not be returning to that many times. New wave New York? Who fulfils? Suicide and Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers, and probably Blondie are better recommendations if you have a tight budget. Taken alone Marquee Moon fails the aesthetic of musicality. Dull, droll and done.
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t m boland
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
scanning it and abducting it a little on their I pad could''ve done better If you like the complete experience of owning a ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 24, 2018
Yet another album manufacturer that made no attempt to get near the original artwork. This is so poos I think a child of 6 getting an original copy, scanning it and abducting it a little on their I pad could''ve done better If you like the complete experience of owning a...See more
Yet another album manufacturer that made no attempt to get near the original artwork. This is so poos I think a child of 6 getting an original copy, scanning it and abducting it a little on their I pad could''ve done better If you like the complete experience of owning a vinyl which is the media and the cover then you will not want this The album is great but anyone reading this would know that anyway
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KaleHawkwood
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
''I remember how the darkness doubled. . .''
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 16, 2011
''I recall. . .lightning struck itself'' I was oh-so-lucky enough, in 2004, to see Television on a rare British tour, supporting a radiant Patti Smith in Manchester. Patti was terrific, but Tom, Richard, Fred & Billy - the glorious original line-up - were ecstatically...See more
''I recall. . .lightning struck itself'' I was oh-so-lucky enough, in 2004, to see Television on a rare British tour, supporting a radiant Patti Smith in Manchester. Patti was terrific, but Tom, Richard, Fred & Billy - the glorious original line-up - were ecstatically wondrous. They played most of Marquee Moon, their finest hour, and at least one of the jam-packed, beery crowd was swooning with wide-eyed, indeed misty-eyed, delight simply to be in the same room as these semi-legendary musicians. To be in the presence of Tom Verlaine was ~ well, it felt as special as the time I attended a book signing by crime novelist supremo Elmore Leonard, where he signed my copy of Get Shorty. But I digress. MM is one of those untouchably great rock albums that transcends labels to create something utterly unique, timeless & eternally memorable. We`re talking Astral Weeks, Blonde on Blonde, Sailin'' Shoes, Born to Run. . .name your poison. The twin guitars of Tom Verlaine & Richard Lloyd (who hasn''t really been given enough credit for his contributions - live, he was certainly the equal of TV as a very tasty guitarist) sound like showers of rain. TV has a vocal technique which shouldn''t work, but is perfect for this frantic-poetic late 70s New York reinvention of rock music. I remember when I bought the LP in 1977 when I was a mere 26, I''d never heard anything like it. Still haven''t really, except for one or two of Verlaine''s solo albums, for example The Wonder ~ which remains disgracefully unavailable save at exorbitant prices. {Couldn''t a mass protest be organised to get The Wonder, Tim Buckley''s Starsailor, Beefheart''s Lick My Decals Off Baby & Neil Young''s Time Fades Away back in circulation on CD? Record companies: pull your fingers out!} A word about Billy Ficca. There is/was Keith Moon, Ginger Baker, Artie Tripp, John Bonham...and Billy Ficca. All idiosyncratic drummers who take your breath away with their audacity, inventiveness & sheer bloody brilliance. Ficca could make a single drumbeat - for example, just after TV yells ''Prove it!'' on the song of that name - sound as crisp and even as a thunder crack. He can play clusters of drumbeats like Coltrane played clusters of notes on his sax, a complement in fact to the rippling showers of notes coming from the guitars of TV & RL. Eight unimprovable songs, plus (on the 2003 remastered edition which I''m reviewing) a few precious extra tracks. Marquee Moon is one of the reasons music can move mountains. This is a masterpiece, transcending genres. `I see. . . I see no. . .evil!`
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Rappers
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A Bonafide Classic
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 31, 2014
Television were part of the Underground punk/alternative scene in New York in the late 70''s. Unlike their competition such as The Ramones & Blondie, they didn''t write catchy 3 chord pop songs. Their repertoire consisted of snaky, wild duel guitar workouts, with an almost...See more
Television were part of the Underground punk/alternative scene in New York in the late 70''s. Unlike their competition such as The Ramones & Blondie, they didn''t write catchy 3 chord pop songs. Their repertoire consisted of snaky, wild duel guitar workouts, with an almost jazz feel to some of the solos. A totally unique album, still sounds timeless today. If you like guitar music then this should in your collection immediately. The first 5 songs are faultless. I am not so keen on the slower Guiding Light, and the album slightly tails off from that moment. Still deserves its 5 stars, one of the very best albums of the 70''s.
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Perhaps one of my favorite albums
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 6, 2019
Didn''t instantly like it when first hearing it, however there was an intriguing curiosity that kept drawing me back to it. Lyrically sublime, the grooves are amazing, the guitar-work is legitimately iconic and the mood is hypnotic.
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