Immunity (Rupert Hine album)
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|Studio album by Rupert Hine|
|Recorded||Farmyard Studios, Buckinghamshire, England|
|Producer||Rupert Hine, Stephen W. Tayler|
|Rupert Hine chronology|
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Immunity is a solo album by Rupert Hine. Originally released in 1981, re-released and digitally remastered in 2001. The album was dedicated to Liam Byrne. The song "Misplaced Love" features a brief chorus by British singer Marianne Faithfull.
All tracks composed by Rupert Hine and Jeannette Obstoj
- "I Hang On to My Vertigo"
- "Misplaced Love"
- "Surface Tension"
- "I Think a Man Will Hang Soon"
- "Another Stranger"
- "Psycho Surrender"
- "Make a Wish"
Bonus tracks 2001 CD reissue
- "Scratching at Success"
- "Introduction to the Menace"
- Rupert Hine - vocals, keyboards, instrumentation, sound co-ordinator
- Phil Collins - percussion on "Immunity" and "Another Stranger"
- Marianne Faithfull - vocals on "Misplaced Love"
- Trevor Morais - drums on "I Think a Man Will Hang Soon", percussion on "Another Stranger" and "Make a Wish"
- Phil Palmer - guitar
- Chris Parker - treatments
- Geoffrey Richardson - viola on "Make a Wish"
- Stephen W Tayler - engineering, mixing and co-production
- Ollie W. Tayler - clarinet and recorder on "Psycho Surrender"
- [[[:Template:Allmusic]] Allmusic review]
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