|1||Women In Uniform||4:21|
|2||Point In The Distance|
Narrator [Robot Narration] – Gregory John MacainshSynthesizer [String Machine] – Eddie 'Spag' Leonetti
Organ – Eddie 'Spag' Leonetti
|4||Why Don'tcha All Get ucked|
Piano – Tony Ansell
Saxophone [Saxes] – Joe Camilleri, Wilbur Wilde
|6||Trouble With The Computer||4:53|
Written-By – A. Strauks
Organ – Tony Ansell
|9||Life In The Modern World||3:23|
|L 36554, L-36,554||Skyhooks||Guilty Until Proven Insane (LP, Album, Ltd, Red)||Mushroom, Mushroom||L 36554, L-36,554||Australia & New Zealand||1978|
|LAT 1075||Skyhooks||Guilty Until Proven Insane (LP)||Attic||LAT 1075||Canada||1979|
|5C 062-82623||Skyhooks||Guilty Until Proven Insane (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||5C 062-82623||Netherlands||1978|
|2S 068-82.623||Skyhooks||Guilty Until Proven Insane (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||2S 068-82.623||France||1978|
|UAG 30241||Skyhooks||Guilty Until Proven Insane (LP)||United Artists Records||UAG 30241||UK||1979|
Comes with a printed inner sleeve.
Recorded at Armstrong Studios, Melbourne, Aust. Trafalgar Studios, Sydney, Aust.
Mixed at the Record Plant, Los Angeles, Calif.
Mastered at the Master Cutting Room, New York
Produced for Waterfront Productions.
℗ 1978 Mushroom Records.
Manufactured and distributed under license by Festival Records Pty Limited, Australia.
(on label circumference)
Made in Australia by Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
The first catalog# (L 36554) appears on the spine and back cover. The second catalog# (L-36,554) appears on the labels.
Guilty Until Proven Insane - Skyhooks. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Guilty Until Proven Insane is the fourth studio album released by Skyhooks on March 13, 1978. It was the first album that featured Bob Spencer, who replaced guitarist Red Symons in early 1977. Spencer originally played in Sydney rock band Finch and was later was a member of The Angels. The album's name comes from a line in Twisted Innocence, which states 'if I'm guilty until proven insane. Originally released as a 12 vinyl LP and also on red vinyl as a 5000-copy limited release. It is the first. Songs in album Skyhooks - Guilty Until Proven Insane 1978. Skyhooks - Women In Uniform. Skyhooks - Life In The Modern World. Skyhooks - Trouble With The Computer. Skyhooks - B B B Boogie. Skyhooks - Twisted Innocence. Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1978: This is part one of ABC-TV feature on the Skyhooks making the 1978 album 'Guilty Before Proven Insane'. More By Skyhooks. Living In the 70's Remastered. Ego Is Not a Dirty Word Remastered. Skyhooks: Singles and B Sides. Straight In a Gay Gay World Remastered. Hot for the Orient Remastered. You May Also Like. Guilty Until Proven Insane. Released 1978. Guilty Until Proven Insane Tracklist. Women In Uniform Lyrics. Guilty Until Proven Insane Q&A. Writers Greg Macainsh. More Skyhooks albums. The CollectionThe Lost Album. By the release of its fourth album, 1978's cheekily named Guilty Until Proven Insane, Australia's once reliable chart toppers, Skyhooks, were beginning to show cracks in their colorful lamé armor. Having failed to conquer the U. and then watched their third album, Straight in a Gay Gay World, stall at number two oh no on the Aussie charts, the group parted ways with longtime guitarist Redmond Symons replacing him with Bob Spencer, and, possibly anticipating an imminent punk rock backlash, proceeded to abandon their signature glam wardrobe. Glam Rock. Band Name Skyhooks. Album Name Guilty Until Proven Insane. Type Album. Released date April 1978. Labels Mushroom Records United Artists Records Attic Records. Listen free to Skyhooks Guilty Until Proven Insane Women In Uniform, Life In The Modern World and more. 9 tracks 38:38. Skyhooks was an Australian rock band of the 1970s, sometimes classified as a glam rock band, although this is mainly the result of the band's flamboyant costumes and makeup. The band shocked conservative middle Australia with their outrageous for the time costumes, lyrics, and on-stage activities, leading to seven of the ten tracks on their first album being banned from commercial radio