The Gun Club – Fire of Love (1981)

To me, the debut album by The Gun Club is colourful. Granted, there are only a handful of colours used, but they are utilized to spectacular effect.

Red – The music is sexy. Blues and that.

Black – At times the songs slow down and get quite dark, and as slow doesn’t have a colour, but dark does, Black is the score here.

Orange – The songs are played with such fiery intensity that naught but the colour Red would suffice as a colour description for the music, but as Red already stands for sex, Orange is the next best thing.

White – Opposite to Black, innit?

So, if you like an album to sound Red, Black, Orange and White, then this is for you.

Lukas Dam

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