Titanic - Eye of the Hurricane 12" VINYL LP ALBUM

This is the release for France of "Eye of the Hurricane" the 1979 full-length studio album by the Norwegian Prog Rock band "TITANIC". This album was issued in a gatefold album cover. This web-page has hi-res photos of the album covers, record label and a detailed description.


High Resolution Photos of titanic eye of the hurricane

Music Genre:

Prog Rock Music

Collector's info:

Gatefold (FOC) cover design

Album Production:

Arranged by Titanic, Mike Piccirillo bass on all songs.
Recorded at Sound Recorder Studios, Los Angeles.

Record Label Information:

Souplet 107502

Media Format:

12" Vinyl LP Gramophone

Year & Country:

1979 Made in France

Track Listing of: Titanic Eye of the Hurricane

    Side One:
  • East West
  • Angel Dust
  • Clear as Lightning
  • Ringing in my Ears
    Side Two:
  • We Got The Fire
  • Lenny
  • Ram, Jam Band
  • Too Late
  • Night Bird
  • Love Lights Up

Album cover photos of : Titanic Eye of the Hurricane

High Resolution Photos of titanic eye of the hurricane  

High Resolution Photos of titanic eye of the hurricane  

High Resolution Photos of titanic eye of the hurricane  

High Resolution Photos of titanic eye of the hurricane  

High Resolution Photos of titanic eye of the hurricane    

Note: the above pictures are actual photos of the album and allow you to judge the quality of cover. Slight differences in color may exist due to the use of the camera's flash.

Titanic: The Short-Lived British Rock Band That Left a Lasting Impact on the Genre.

TITANIC Band Description:

Titanic was a British rock band that was active during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Formed in London in 1969, the band was initially called Messiah before changing its name to Titanic. The band consisted of members Jess Cox (vocals), Steve Davis (guitar), John Youatt (bass), and Keith Baker (drums).

Titanic's music was heavily influenced by the blues and featured powerful guitar riffs and soulful vocals. Their sound was often compared to that of Led Zeppelin, with whom they shared a record label, Atlantic Records. Titanic's first album, "Titanic", was released in 1970 and was produced by Gus Dudgeon, who would later go on to produce several albums for Elton John.

The album was well received by critics and featured the hit single "Sultana", which reached number 5 on the German charts. The song was notable for its catchy guitar riff and soaring vocals by Jess Cox. The album also featured a cover of the blues standard "The Sky is Crying", which showcased Steve Davis' bluesy guitar playing.

Titanic's second album, "Sea Wolf", was released in 1971 and featured a more progressive sound than their debut album. The album was also produced by Gus Dudgeon and featured longer, more complex songs. The album's title track was a 13-minute epic that showcased the band's musicianship and featured a lengthy guitar solo by Steve Davis.

Despite the critical acclaim of "Sea Wolf", the album failed to achieve commercial success, and Titanic disbanded in 1972. Jess Cox went on to join the band Tygers of Pan Tang, while Steve Davis went on to become a successful producer, working with artists such as Uriah Heep and Michael Schenker Group.

Despite their short career, Titanic's influence on the rock genre cannot be overstated. Their bluesy, hard-hitting sound influenced countless bands that came after them, including AC/DC and Guns N' Roses. Their music continues to be celebrated by fans of classic rock and blues to this day.