Label: Overground Records - OVER 146LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Experimental
Recorded February at Dirt Cheap Studios Club. A-side is also known as "Green" and the B-side is also known as "Red". Labels are just plain colored with no information. Printed black & white LP jacket. On the front sleeve is printed "Do not pay more than 3 pounds". The NB label was owned and operated by Nag and Bendle (hence NB), members of.
Vinyl LP repressing of this album, released to coincide with the album's 20th Anniversary. Pi*ed off and angry is the best way to describe Rage Against the Machine's first album. A fierce mix of hip-hop, punk & heavy rock exploded all over the music scene in
saw the release of the album ‘Detailed Twang’ which sold copies at the ridiculously cheap price of £, before the band split up in the summer of ’81, although they’ve reformed on an occasional basis to experiment with new ideas. The LP replicates the original album but with the bonus of an inner bag featuring a detailed.
From the original show notes: In this week's episode we're featuring the most successful commercial album for Texas icon Johnny Bush: You Gave Me A Mountain (). Bush's career, as detailed by Pete Drake on the rear of the vinyl album, had hit stumbling blocks at every turn, and had been turned by down by most of the major labels of the day.
· Williams had been hanging around Hollywood for some time, appearing in films like The Loved One () and The Chase () as well as standing in line at the now-famous open audition for The Monkees. An eponymous album recorded with The Holy Mackerel was a thing of delicate beauty lost in the general apocalypse of that weirdest of years.
- The Arm That Was Cooked Good (= The Mote In Gods Eye) - Various - Vod Presents 80s Minimal.Synth.Wav