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This Year's Model is Elvis Costello's second album and his first with the Attractions, released in 1978. It was mainly recorded at Eden Studios in West London. It was voted the best album of the year in The Village Voice Pazz & Jop critics poll. In 2000, Q magazine placed This Year's Model at number 82 in its list of the 100 Greatest British Albums Ever. In 1987, Rolling Stone magazine ranked it number 11 on its list of the best albums of the period 1967–1987

Pressing Plant Variation to Elvis Costello - This Year's Model: Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute. Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): AL 35331.

Written-By – Elvis Costello. Includes a voucher to download MP3 version of the album. Made in the Czech Republic. Matrix, Runout (Etched A (Variant 1)): 602547331199-A G-1. Matrix, Runout (Stamped A (Variant 1)): 133680E1/A. Matrix, Runout (Etched B (Variant 1)): 602547331199-B G-1. Matrix, Runout (Stamped B (Variant 1)): 133680E2/B. This Years Model ‎(LP, Album).

Where My Aim Is True implied punk rock with its lyrics and stripped-down production, This Year's Model sounds like punk. Not that Elvis Costello's songwriting has changed - This Year's Model is comprised largely of leftovers from My Aim Is True and songs written on the road. It's the music that changed. After releasing My Aim Is True, Costello assembled a backing band called the Attractions, which were considerably tougher and wilder than Clover, who played on his debut

Take his sophomore album, This Year's Model as exhibit A, may it please the court. Never one to shy away from mocking the materialistic and increasingly uncultured nature of both the pop world and middle-class society, Costello quips "it does not move me/even though I've seen the movie" on the highlight song "(I Don't Want to Go to) Chelsea"  . Evidently Elvis Costello wasn't the only young Englishman with some grievances to address. But Costello was witty and biting. He had more to say than baselessly condemning the Queen and her "fascist regime", and it said it in a far more appealing fashion.

Elvis' landmark first album with his formidable back-up band the Attractions just bristles with tension and energy on such sensational tunes as Pump it Up; Lipstick Vogue, and Radio, Radio. With his second album, Elvis Costello firmly established himself as one of rock's-not just punk/new wave's-premier singer-songwriters. Building on the promise of his '77 debut, My Aim Is True, Costello put together a backing touring trio, the Attractions (keyboardist Steve Nieve, bassist Bruce Thomas, and drummer Pete Thomas), and their versatility helped Costello define. Renews automatically. Sample this album Artist (Sample).

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This Year's Model is fully realized in style and substance, both unique and unassuming. You can tell an Elvis Costello song from melody alone, but the arrangements and performances offered up by the attractions are no less distinctive and recognizable. There is not a single bad song on This Year's Model, and the one moment on the record that kind of goes clunk (the opening line of "Lip Service") still gets stuck in my head all the time. seek out the cheaper, better (and sadly out-of-print) Rhino reissue