The Mission Get this album or track at:. River Get this album or track at:. Te Deum Guarani Get this album or track at:. Refusal Get this album or track at:. Asuncion Get this album or track at:. Alone Get this album or track at:. All Rights Reserved — in this world and all others. Stephen W. Cancel reply. Your Name required Your Email required Website optional. Search Slicing Up Eyeballs. Skits, Blunts and Hip Hops. Oh Yeah. The Coming. Hard Margin. Spotify Amazon. The Creators feat: Iriscience.
The Creators feat: Evidence. Heart Pound J. The Creators feat: T la Rock. The Creators feat: Phil Da Agony. In and Out The Creators. The Creators feat: Consequence. The Creators feat: Mike Zoot. My Love The Creators. A single, "Hands Across the Ocean", co-produced by Andy Partridge , became a minor hit and was backed by a live version of "Amelia".
After a break to recuperate, the band teamed up with engineer Joe Gibb to create a high-tech studio setup. Brown had been soaking up the Leeds dance scene, while Hussey's explorations were towards folk music. The band, asked to perform a lucrative headlining gig at Finsbury Park in , brought out quite a different side, joined by Maartin Allcock of Fairport Convention and Anthony Thistlethwaite of The Waterboys.
Many long-standing fans left the gig worried about the direction of the forthcoming release, Masque produced by Mark Saunders. Masque was originally intended to be a solo release by Hussey; however, the remaining band members contributed to the recording, and the album was released under the group name as a result. Hussey later said, "with Masque , we attempted to break down these preconceptions that people had of us but it didn't go down very well".
Reduced to a duo, the Mission began searching for new members, even placing an ad in Melody Maker. This lineup's first release was a fanclub-only flexi disc cover of the Osmonds song " Crazy Horses " in early For the first time in three years, the band decided to tour, and a warm-up was arranged as the "Off the Street" benefit for the homeless in Leeds.
The Club Mission tour played smaller venues around Europe, with new tracks "Afterglow" and "Raising Cain" becoming a regular feature in the set. The end of saw Hussey remixing "Tower of Strength" with Youth , and revisiting some of the past material for a greatest hits compilation album. The compilation, entitled Sum and Substance , was released the next month and featured two new tracks: "Sour Puss" and a remix of "Afterglow" by Mark "Spike" Stent.
Recordings proceeded slowly, while the band negotiated a new independent record deal, and Hussey produced a collection of three BBC sessions as Salad Daze. In late , a single, "Raising Cain", was released on Equator Records. Early in , the single "Swoon" paved the way for the next album, Neverland , more or less a Mission signature sound but with a much heavier production. The Neverland tour saw a slight revival in popularity, with two of the concerts being filmed for German television, a promo-only live EP released, and a handful of summer festivals played.
In March , the band set up in Bristol for eight weeks to record new songs that Hussey had been developing. When the resulting album, Blue , was released, it received mixed reviews from music critics but left portions of the old fanbase rather unimpressed [ citation needed ]. A short stint around the UK, Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands afterwards turned out to be a farewell tour: after ten years, Hussey and Brown decided that enough was enough.
The band finished it all off with festivals in Spain and South Africa, the latter being their final gig, at the Kyalami racetrack in Johannesburg. After the Mission disbanded, Hussey spent his time in Orange County, California with his wife and young daughter. In semi-retirement, he produced sporadic remixes and singles for Cleopatra Records and Dancing Ferret Records, as well as up-and-coming acts, and contributed a new song for a Mission album put together by Mission fans over the internet.
In , after releasing an album of solo versions of Mission classics in his home studio, Hussey resurrected the band with Adams, drummer Scott Garrett Adams' bandmate in The Cult , and Mark Thwaite , for what was intended to be a one-off tour with Gene Loves Jezebel across the United States and an also-resurrected All About Eve across the United Kingdom. The success of the tour and the reaction of the crowds gave the band plenty of encouragement to continue beyond the tour, and saw them take on a mammoth world tour, heading festivals in Europe and sharing the bill with the Sisters of Mercy at the M'era Luna Festival in Germany.
A souvenir CD of the tour was released as Ever After , with the various live tracks complemented by three tracks from the promo-only Live EP and the even-rarer fanclub-only studio outtake "Crazy Horses". At the end of , the band recorded tracks for a new album at The Levellers ' Brighton studios, and Dave Allen who produced the first Sisters of Mercy album was drafted in to oversee the recording of tracks in Bath.
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