LP 115 / FABULOUS POODLES - Un suitable

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LP 115 - Fabulous Poodles - 1978 UK Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX -------------------- Origin United Kingdom Genres New wave Years active 1975–1980 Labels Private Stock, Pye, Epic ---------------- The Fabulous Poodles were a British pre-new wave band formed in 1975. Known for quirky stage antics, such as exploding ukuleles, as well as songs with funny lyrics. The Fabulous Poodles toured with Meat Loaf, Sha Na Na, Tom Petty, Bill Bruford and Chuck Berry (as backing band). They appeared on the Old Grey Whistle Test and for a long time were music critic John Peel’s favourite group. The band released three albums between 1977 and 1979 on Pye Records. ---------- History The Fabulous Poodles started out just as The Poodles. The original Fabulous Poodles consisted of founder Bob Suffolk on piano, Tony De Meur on lead vocals and guitar, Richie Robertson on bass and vocals, Bobby Valentino on violin, mandolin and vocals and Bryn Burrows on drums. Many of the band's lyrics were written by John Parsons, an artist/poet, who wrote “Chicago Boxcar”, about a hair cut, for deMeur to put music to. Suffolk recognised a possible hit and asked deMeur to join the band. The song was taken to Private Stock Records who released it as a single in connection with Dave Woods. The Poodles began touring England and the continent. Eventually Suffolk left the band and went on to design recording studios (Suffolk Studio Design).[1] while the final line up settled down to life on the road with Parsons as van driver, road manager and warm-up act as the Blue Poodle on a unicycle, often with his Jack Russell dog, Nipper, who howled to the harmonica. Parsons designed all the promotional material and merchandise. In 1979 the Fabulous Poodles embarked on an American tour supporting such notable acts as the Ramones and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. The Fabulous Poodles were very heavily influenced by such British 1960s acts as The Who and The Kinks. Their first album, Fabulous Poodles, was produced by John Entwistle bassist for The Who, who also played eight- string bass on a few songs.[2] Their second LP, Unsuitable, featured their two best known songs, "Mirror Star" and "Chicago Boxcar (Boston Back)" and was produced by Muff Winwood. In 1978 they undertook a UK tour with special guest Tom Sorahan. Their manager was Brian Lane manager of Yes. In 1979 the final album Think Pink was recorded and released, the title being the only lyrics to one of the songs, "Pink City Twist". In 1980 the Fabulous Poodles released their final single, "Stompin' on the Cat" b/w "Anna Rexia" and "Don't You Lie To Me". Bryn Burrows later joined Freur and was in the original lineup of Underworld. ------------- Discography 1978: Unsuitable "Mirror Star" (de Meur, Parsons) "Topless GoGo" (de Meur, Parsons) "Chicago Boxcar" (Boston Back) (de Meur, Parsons) "Oh Cheryl" (de Meur, Parsons) "Toy Town People" (de Meur, Parsons) "Convent Girls" (de Meur, Parsons) "B Movies" (de Meur, Parsons, Valentino, Burrows, Robertson) "Tit Photographer Blues" (de Meur, Parsons) "Third Rate Romance" (Smith) "Mugs Game" (de Meur, Parsons, Robertson) "Suicide Bridge" (de Meur, Parsons) ------------------- les mer på Wikipedia !

LP 186 / FINE YOUNG CANNIBALS - Same

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LP 186 - Fine Young Cannibals ( F.Y.C ) - 1988 UK Vinyl; VG+ ( hairlines ) - Cover; EX ------------------------------ Origin Birmingham, West Midlands, England Genres New Wave, College Rock Years active 1984–1992, 1996 Labels London, I.R.S. Associated acts The Beat -------------- Fine Young Cannibals were a British band formed in Birmingham, England in 1984, by bassist David Steele, guitarist Andy Cox (both formerly of The Beat),[1] and singer Roland Gift (formerly of the Akrylykz). Their self-titled 1985 debut album contained "Johnny Come Home" and a cover of "Suspicious Minds", two songs that were top 40 hits in the UK, Canada, Australia and many European countries. Their 1989 album, The Raw & the Cooked, topped the UK and US Album charts, and contained their two Billboard Hot 100 number ones: "She Drives Me Crazy" and "Good Thing".[2] In 1990 the band won two Brit Awards: Best British Group, and Best British Album (for The Raw & the Cooked).[3] Their name came from the 1960 film All the Fine Young Cannibals starring Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood. ----------- Studio albums Year Album 1985 Fine Young Cannibals First studio album - Release date: 10 December 1985 - Label: I.R.S. Records 1988 - The Raw & the Cooked Second studio album - Release date: February 1989 - Label: I.R.S. Records ------------------ les mer på Wikipedia !

LP 118 /JIM CARROLL BAND - Dry dreams

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LP 118 - Jim Carroll Band - 1982 NL pressing Vinyl; EX+ - Cov; EX ( wear ) Genre: Punk rock, New Wave, Blues rock, Rock, Pop ---------------------- Born; James Dennis Carroll - August 1, 1949 - Manhattan, New York City Died September 11, 2009 (aged 60) - Manhattan, New York City Cause of death; Heart Attack Occupation; Author, poet, musician, autobiographer Years active; 1967 – 2009 Known for; The Basketball Diaries ------------------ James Dennis "Jim" Carroll (August 1, 1949[1] – September 11, 2009) was an American author, poet, autobiographer, and punk musician. Carroll was best known for his 1978 autobiographical work The Basketball Diaries, which inspired the 1995 film of the same name, starring Leonardo DiCaprio as Carroll. ---- Music career; In 1978, after he moved to California to get a fresh start since overcoming his heroin addiction, Carroll formed The Jim Carroll Band, a new wave/punk rock group, with encouragement from Patti Smith, with whom he once shared an apartment in New York City, along with Robert Mapplethorpe.[9] He performed a spoken word piece with the Patti Smith Group in San Diego when the support band dropped out at the last moment. The band was originally called Amsterdam, where they originally formed and were based in Bolinas, California. The musicians were Steve Linsley (bass), Wayne Woods (drums), Brian Linsley and Terrell Winn (guitars). They released a single "People Who Died", from their 1980 debut album, Catholic Boy. The album featured contributions from Allen Lanier and Bobby Keys. In 1982 the song appeared in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, from which Carroll received royalties until his death in 2009. The song also appeared in the 1985 Kim Richards vehicle Tuff Turf starring James Spader and Robert Downey Jr., which also featured a cameo appearance by the band, as well as 2004's Dawn of the Dead. It was featured in the 1995 film The Basketball Diaries (based on Jim Carroll's autobiography), and was covered by John Cale on his Antártida soundtrack. The song's title was based on a poem by Ted Berrigan.[10] Later albums were Dry Dreams (1982) and I Write Your Name (1983), both with contributions from Lenny Kaye and Paul Sanchez. Carroll also collaborated with musicians Lou Reed, Blue Öyster Cult, Boz Scaggs, Ray Manzarek of The Doors, Pearl Jam, Electric Light Orchestra and Rancid. Death Carroll, 60, died of a heart attack at his Manhattan home on September 11, 2009.[1] He was reportedly working at his desk when he died.[11] His funeral Mass was held at Our Lady of Pompeii Roman Catholic Church on Carmine St. in Greenwich Village. ---------- Discography Albums Catholic Boy (1980) Live Dreams (1981) [14] Dry Dreams (1982) [15] I Write Your Name (1983) [16] A World Without Gravity: Best of The Jim Carroll Band (1993) [17] Pools of Mercury (1998) [18][19][20] (2012 Digital Download) [21] Runaway EP (2000) ---------------- les mer på Wikipedia !

LP 117 / PHILISTEENS - Same ( lp debut )

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LP 117 - Philisteens - 1982 USA / Vinyl; EX+ - Cover; EX+ / Sjelden lp ! Meget bra punkrock/punkpop vinyl ! --------------------- Artist: Philisteens Title: Philisteens Genre: Punkpop, Pop, punkrock LP Label: Radio Free America Catalog ID: RFAR 1001 Country: USA --------------------- Albums Philisteens ‎(LP) Radio Free America Records & Tapes - RFA 1001 - 1982 The Album ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Radio Free America Records & Tapes - RFA 1001 - 1982 ------------------- “Balancing Old-Fashioned Melodies And Raw Power Can Be A Tricky Business, And This Ill-Tempered Albuquerque Trio Batters Its Material Like A Punching Bag. Though Ultimately Wearying, The Philisteens Does Offer Exhilaration When Consumed In Small Doses. The Band Slams Through Such Numbers As "I Get Mad" And "Punch In Punchout" With A Combination Of Punk Brutality And Metal Swagger.” – Trouser Press -------------

LP 379 / The LORDS - The metod to our madness

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LP 379 - The Lords - 1984 ( Gruppens 3 .lp ) Vinyl; NM - Cover; EX- ( cutout ) --------------- Genres Gothic rock, post-punk, new wave, glam punk, punk rock, glam rock, hard rock Years active 1982–1989, 2002, 2003–2007 Labels I.R.S. Records, Illegal Records, Track Records Associated acts The Dead Boys, The Damned, Sham 69, The Barracudas, Kill City Dragons, Shooting Gallery ----------- The Lords of the New Church was an English/American gothic rock supergroup with a line-up consisting of four musicians from 1970s punk bands. Launched in 1982, the band had moderate chart success prior to their dissolution in 1989. ------ History Formed in 1982, the band comprised the punk pioneers Stiv Bators (The Dead Boys), Brian James (The Damned), Dave Tregunna (Sham 69) and Nick Turner (The Barracudas).[1][2] The band recorded three studio albums and one live album before Bators ended the band onstage after a concert on 2 May 1989, at the London Astoria.[3] During this time, they underwent several line-up changes, with a second guitarist Alistair Ward joining and with Tregunna departing, to be briefly replaced by Grant Fleming, who had been road manager of Sham 69. More melodic and slickly produced than most punk, their music both reached a broader audience than that of many bands in the genre and alienated hardcore punk fans.[2] The band presented a stylized tribal identity around their appearance and their music that fans embraced: the writer Dave Thompson asserts this represented "the first time since the Sex Pistols' Bromley Contingent fanbase [that] a band had succeeded in grafting its own identity onto its audience without first paying obeisance to the gods of highstreet fashion.[3] Their stage antics became notorious early in their career, with Bators stunts on one occasion reportedly resulting in his clinical death for several minutes.[2] The band experienced moderate chart success, with their debut album peaking at #3 on the UK Indie Chart, 1984's Method to Our Madness hitting 156 in the US, and the 1985 Killer Lords compilation reaching #22 on the UK Indie Chart. Charting singles included "New Church" (#34 UK Indie), "Open Your Eyes" (#7 UK Indie; #27 Mainstream Rock) and a cover of Madonna's "Like a Virgin" (#22 UK Indie), but the success of "Dance With Me" - a song that according to Dave Thompson's Alternative Rock came "close to a hit" - was hampered when the video directed by Derek Jarman was pulled from MTV's rotation for concerns about child pornography.[2][3] The song was later covered by Nouvelle Vague. Bators died after being struck by a car in Paris in 1990.[ ------------ Studio albums The Lords of the New Church (1982) Is Nothing Sacred? (1983) The Method to Our Madness (1984) Psycho Sex (EP) (1987) "Believe it or Not" (EP) (2002) Hang On (2003) Live albums Live at the Spit (1988) Second Coming (1988) Scene of the Crime (1988) Compilation albums Killer Lords (1985) The Anthology (2000, France only) The Lord's Prayer I (2002) The Lord's Prayer II (2003) Stories at Dusk (2003) Rockers (2013) ----------------- les mer på Wikipedia.....

LP 318 / CUDDLY TOYS - Guillotine Theatre

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LP 318 - Cuddly Toys - 1981 USA / New Wave, Punkrock, Glamrock - SJELDEN LP ! Vinyl; EX - Cover; G (revet i midten og tapet ) / Topp punkrock ! ------------------------ Also known as The Raped Origin Ireland / London Genres New wave, glam rock Years active 1977 – 1992 -------------------- Cuddly Toys were a new wave band from London that grew out of the glam rock-influenced punk rock band The Raped. --------------- History The punk band Raped formed in 1976 with a line-up of Sean Purcell (vocals), Faebhean Kwest (guitar), Tony Baggett (bass), and Paddy Phield (drums).[1] They released the Pretty Paedophiles EP and the "Cheap Night Out" single in 1978 on Parole Records. Their last gig as 'Raped' was in Belfast with the punk band Rudi at Christmas 1978. In January 1979 they changed their name to 'Cuddly Toys'. On the first recording sessions as Cuddly Toys (that later were to appear on the album "Guillotine Theatre"}, they were augmented by Alig Fodder and Nicky Brockway (piano). Then Billy Surgeoner joined the band for further album sessions as well as live appearances, playing keyboard synthesisers. The band's first release was the single "Madman", a song written by David Bowie and Marc Bolan shortly before Bolan's death, which reached No. 3 in the UK Indie Chart.[2][3] They next released the Guillotine Theatre album in 1979 on Japanese label Teichiku, and a remixed version issued in the UK in 1980 on Fresh Records, which reached No. 1 in the indie album chart and 8 in the main billboard charts.[2] The album was described by Dave Thompson, in a review for Allmusic, as "one of the underrated classics of the late 1970s, as delivered by one of the most underrated bands".[4] The band continued with various personnel changels through until 1987. [1] Fodder went on to form Family Fodder.[1] Sean Purcell released a single together with Phil Pickering of Webcore under the name Goat. The line-up of Cuddly Toys started evolving at the time of the sessions for the "Someone's Crying" 7" & 12" EP. They then recorded the "Trials and Crosses" album, initially still with original bassist Tony Baggett, but he left almost immediately being replaced by Paul Wilson on bass, completing the full line-up change. Sean who was half Irish died in Ireland in 1996 from a brain tumour. "Guillotine Theatre" has been reissued on CD with extra tracks together with a DVD including video promos. "Trials and Crosses" has been reissued on CD together with an extra disc of previously unreleased recordings. Both releases are on Jungle Records. Discography Raped Singles Pretty Paedophiles EP (1978) Parole "Cheap Night Out" (1978) Parole Albums (compilations) Philes and Smiles (1984) Iguana The Complete Raped Collection (1994) Anagram Cuddly Toys Singles "Madman" (1979) Teichiku (Japan) "Madman" (1980) Fresh (UK Indie No. 19) "Astral Joe" (1980) Fresh "Someone's Crying" (1981) Fresh "It's a Shame" (1982) Fresh Albums Guillotine Theatre (1979) Teichiku (Japan)/(1980) Fresh (UK Indie No. 11) Trials and Crosses (1982) Fresh The Best of the Cuddly Toys (compilation) (2001) Cherry Red

LP 275 / NEW ORDER - The Peel Sessions

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LP 275 - New Order - 1986 UK / BBC SESSION - SJELDEN VINYL ! Vinyl; NM- (et par hairlines ) - Cover; EX+ ------------------- Origin from; Manchester, England Genres; Alternative dance synthpop post-punk new wave dance-rock electronica[1] Years active; 1980 – 1993, 1998 – 2007, 2011 – present ---------------- Discography Main article: New Order discography Movement (1981) Power, Corruption & Lies (1983) Low-Life (1985) Brotherhood (1986) Technique (1989) Republic (1993) Get Ready (2001) Waiting for the Sirens' Call (2005) Lost Sirens (2013) Music Complete (2015) -------------- New Order are an English rock band formed in 1980 and currently consisting of Bernard Sumner, Stephen Morris, Gillian Gilbert, Phil Cunningham and Tom Chapman. The band was formed in 1980 by Sumner (vocals, guitars, keyboards and synthesisers), Peter Hook (bass and vocals) and Morris (drums, electronic drums, keyboards and synthesizers) – the remaining members of post-punk group Joy Division, following the suicide of vocalist Ian Curtis – with the addition of Gilbert (keyboards, synthesizers and guitars). By combining post-punk with an increasing influence from electronic dance music, New Order became one of the most critically acclaimed and influential bands of the 1980s.[3] Though the band's early years were shadowed by the legacy and basic sound of Joy Division, their experience of the early 1980s New York City club scene increased their knowledge of dance music and helped them incorporate elements of that style into their work. The band's 1983 hit "Blue Monday", the best-selling 12-inch single of all time, is one example of how the band's sound became increasingly upbeat and electronic.[4] New Order were the flagship band for Manchester-based independent record label Factory Records. Their unlabelled album sleeves and "non-image" (the band rarely gave interviews and were known for performing short concert sets with no encores) reflected the label's aesthetic of doing whatever the relevant parties wanted to do, including an aversion to including singles as album tracks. Because of the band's dance-rock genre it has a complex discography, with many well-known songs not featured on studio albums or released in a variety of mixes. Throughout their career, the band's records were carefully art-directed by Mancunian designer Peter Saville. In 1993, the band worked on their own individual projects and reunited as a band in 1998. In 2001, Cunningham (guitars, keyboards and synthesisers) replaced Gilbert, who took a sabbatical from the band because of family commitments. In 2007, Peter Hook left the band.[5] After Hook's departure, Bernard, Phil and Steve worked on Bad Lieutenant and the band reunited in 2011 without Hook, with Gilbert's return and Chapman replacing Hook on bass.[6] During the band's career and in between lengthy breaks, band members have been involved in several solo projects, such as Sumner's Electronic and Bad Lieutenant; Hook's Monaco and Revenge and Gilbert and Morris' The Other Two. Cunningham was previously a member of Marion and with Sumner and Chapman was a member of Bad Lieutenant. In September 2015, the band released its tenth studio album, Music Complete. --------- * les mer på WIKIPEDIA

LP 266 / The KANE GANG - The bad and lowdown world

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LP 266 - The Kane Gang - 1985 USA Vinyl; NM - Cover; NM ------------------- Origin from; United Kingdom Genres; New Wave, Blue-eyed soul, sophisti-pop, pop rock Years active; 1982 – 1991 -------- Kane Gang were a sophisti-pop/pop rock trio from North East England that scored several UK and US hits in the 1980s. Named after the movie Citizen Kane, the trio recorded for the indie record label, Kitchenware, that was also home to Prefab Sprout. --- Discography Albums 1985: The Bad and Lowdown World of the Kane Gang – UK Albums Chart No. 21 1987: Miracle – UK #41; U.S. Billboard 200 No. 115 2007: The Miracle of The Kane Gang (double CD collection released on Kitchenware Records, containing tracks from the two albums plus previously unreleased tracks and B-sides)[5][6] Singles 1983: "Brother Brother" 1984: "Smalltown Creed" – UK No. 60 1984: "Closest Thing to Heaven" – UK No. 12 1984: "Respect Yourself" – UK #21; Australia No. 19 1985: "Gun Law" – UK No. 53 1987: "Motortown" – UK #45; U.S. Billboard Hot 100 No. 36; U.S. Adult Contemporary No. 12 1987: "What Time Is It?" 1988: "Don't Look Any Further" – UK #52; U.S. No. 64[5][6] * les mer om gruppen på WIKIPEDIA

LP 250 / DEPECHE MODE - Black Celebration

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LP 250 - Depeche Mode - 1986 NL Vinyl; EX - Cov; EX -------------------- Origin from; Basildon, Essex, England Genres; Synthpop new wave electronic rock dance-rock alternative rock Years active; 1980 – present ---------------- Depeche Mode /dɨˌpɛʃˈmoʊd/ are an English electronic band formed in 1980 in Basildon, Essex. The group's original line-up consisted of Dave Gahan (lead vocals, occasional songwriter since 2005), Martin Gore (keyboards, guitar, vocals, chief songwriter after 1981), Andy Fletcher (keyboards), and Vince Clarke (keyboards, chief songwriter from 1980 until 1981). Depeche Mode released their debut record in 1981, Speak & Spell, bringing the band onto the British new wave scene. Clarke left the band after the release of the album, leaving the band as a trio to record A Broken Frame, released the following year. Gore took over lead songwriting duties and, later in 1982, Alan Wilder (keyboards, drums, occasional songwriter) officially joined the band to fill Clarke's spot, establishing a line up that would continue for the next thirteen years. The band's last albums of the 1980s, Black Celebration and Music for the Masses, established them as a dominant force on the mainstream electronic music scene. A highlight of this era was the band's concert at the Pasadena Rose Bowl, where they drew a crowd in excess of 60,000 people. In the new decade, Depeche Mode released Violator, a mainstream success. The subsequent album, Songs of Faith and Devotion, and the supporting Devotional Tour exacerbated tensions within the band to the point where Alan Wilder quit in 1995, leading to intense media and fan speculation that the band would split. Now a trio once again, the band released Ultra in 1997, recorded at the height of Gahan's near-fatal drug abuse, Gore's alcoholism and seizures and Fletcher's depression. The release of Exciter confirmed Depeche Mode's willingness to remain together, the subsequent, and very successful, Exciter Tour being their first tour in support of an original album in eight years since the Devotional Tour, although the band had toured in 1998 to support The Singles 86–98 compilation album. Depeche Mode have had fifty songs in the UK Singles Chart and thirteen top 10 albums in the UK charts, two of which debuted at No. 1. Depeche Mode have sold over 100 million records worldwide,[1] making them one of the most commercially successful electronic bands and one of the world's best-selling bands.[2] Q magazine calls Depeche Mode "the most popular electronic band the world has ever known"[3] and included the band in the list of the "50 Bands That Changed the World!".[4] Depeche Mode also rank number 98 on VH1's "100 Greatest Artists Of All Time".[5] ------------------ History Formation and debut album (1977–1981) Depeche Mode's origins date to 1977, when schoolmates Vince Clarke and Andy Fletcher formed a Cure-influenced[6] band called No Romance In China, with Clarke on vocals and guitar and Fletcher on bass. Fletcher would later recall, "Why am I in the band? It was accidental right from the beginning. I was actually forced to be in the band. I played the guitar and I had a bass; it was a question of them roping me in."[7] In 1979, Clarke played guitar in an "Ultravox rip-off band", the Plan, with friends Robert Marlow and Paul Langwith.[8] In 1978–79, Martin Gore played guitar in an acoustic duo, Norman and the Worms, with school friend Phil Burdett on vocals.[9] In 1979, Marlow, Gore and friend Paul Redmond formed a band called the French Look, with Marlow on vocals/keyboards, Gore on guitar and Redmond on keyboards. In March 1980, Clarke, Gore and Fletcher formed a band called Composition of Sound, with Clarke on vocals/guitar, Gore on keyboards and Fletcher on bass. Soon after the formation of Composition of Sound, Clarke heard "Electricity", the debut single by Wirral electronic duo Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD). He said of the song: "It sounded so different from anything I'd heard; that really made me want to make electronic music, 'cause it was so unique."[10] Along with OMD, other early influences included the Human League, Daniel Miller and Fad Gadget.[11] Clarke and Fletcher switched to synthesisers, working odd jobs in order to buy or borrow the instruments from friends. Dave Gahan joined the band in 1980 after Clarke heard him perform at a local scout hut jam session, singing a rendition of David Bowie's "Heroes",[12] and Depeche Mode were born. When explaining the choice for the new name taken from a French fashion magazine, Dépêche mode (from French dépêche that means here "dispatch" (from Old French despesche/despeche) or "news report", and mode that means "fashion"), Gore said, "It means hurried fashion or fashion dispatch. I like the sound of that."[13] But, in French, the real and only meaning of the magazine's name (and hence the band's) is "Fashion News" or "Fashion Update".[14] Gore recollects that the first time the band played as Depeche Mode was a school gig in May 1980.[15] There is a plaque commemorating the gig at the James Hornsby School in Basildon, where Gore and Fletcher were pupils. The band made their recording debut in 1980 on the Some Bizzare Album with the song "Photographic", which was later re-recorded for their debut album Speak & Spell. The band made a demo tape but, instead of mailing the tape to record companies, they would go in and personally deliver it. They would demand the companies play it; according to Dave Gahan, "most of them would tell us to fuck off. They'd say 'leave the tape with us' and we'd say 'it's our only one'. Then we'd say goodbye and go somewhere else."[16] According to Gahan, prior to securing their record contract, they were receiving offers from all the major labels. Phonogram offered them "money you could never have imagined and all sorts of crazy things like clothes allowances".[16] While playing a live gig at the Bridge House in Canning Town,[17] the band were approached b

LP 515 / The WONDER STUFF - Hup

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LP 515 The Wonder Stuff 1989 UK / Vinyl; VG (hairlines ) - Cover; EX ALTERNATIV ROCK - POPROPCK - ROCK ------------ Hup (1989-1990) "Don't Let Me Down Gently" became their first Top 20 hit in September 1989, which preceded the release of the album Hup in October (UK No. 5).[1] Another twenty four UK tour followed. The album also saw the introduction of new band member Martin Bell, a violin and banjo instrumentalist.[1] Bell had contributed the fiddle and banjo parts, notably on tracks "Golden Green" (the second single), "Unfaithful" and "Cartoon Boyfriend". Several shows during the band's 1989 tour featured local band Ned's Atomic Dustbin as an opening act. Jones left the band in December 1989 moving to the US.[1] A single, "Circlesquare" was released shortly after, and just before Paul Clifford replaced Jones on the bass in the spring of 1990.[1] This led to a string of live outings for the renewed line-up in mid-1990. With only one single release in 1990 and no album yet ready they put out "Eleven Appalling Promos", a home video which showed Hunt, Treece and Gilks doing a commentary between each song. In December after receiving a Brit Award nomination the group opted not to play Wembley Arena, but instead, answering a fan's letter, played at a school in South Elmsall. --------------- Studio Albums The Eight Legged Groove Machine (August 1988, UK No. 18) Hup (October 1989, UK No. 5) Never Loved Elvis (June 1991, UK No. 3) Construction for the Modern Idiot (October 1993, UK No. 4)[1][8] Escape from Rubbish Island (September 2004) Suspended By Stars (February 2006) The Eight Legged Groove Machine: 20th Anniversary Edition (re-recordings of the original debut album with bonus tracks, October 2008) Hup: 21st Anniversary Edition (re-recordings of the original album with bonus tracks, 2010) Oh No It's...The Wonder Stuff (December 2012) Compilations and live albums If The Beatles Had Read Hunter ... The Singles (compilation, September 1994, UK No. 8) Live in Manchester (live, July 1995, UK No. 74) Love Bites and Bruises (compilation of b-sides and unreleased tracks, November 2000) Cursed with Insincerity (live, June 2001) The BBC Sessions (June 2007) The Wonder Stuff Live (live, October 2007)

LP 421 / MARK ALMOND - The best of

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LP 421 - MARK ALMOND ---------- Singer-songwriter Peter Mark Sinclair "Marc" Almond is an English singer-songwriter and musician. Almond first began performing and recording in the synthpop/new wave duo Soft Cell. He has also had a diverse career as a solo artist. Born: July 9, 1957 (age 58), Southport, United Kingdom Music groups: Soft Cell, Marc and the Mambas, Psychic TV, The Flesh Volcano ----- Almond was born in 1957 in Southport,[2] (then Lancashire, now part of Merseyside), the son of Sandra Mary Diesen and Peter John Sinclair Almond, a Second Lieutenant in the King's Liverpool Regiment. He was brought up at his grandparents' house in Birkdale with his younger sister, Julia, and as a child suffered from bronchitis and asthma. When he was four, they left their grandparents' house and moved to Starbeck on the edge of Harrogate, North Yorkshire. Two years later they returned to Southport, and then moved to Horsforth (a suburb of Leeds).[3] At the age of 11 he attended Aireborough Grammar School near Leeds. Almond found solace in music, listening to British radio pioneer John Peel. The first album he purchased was the soundtrack of the stage musical Hair and the first single "Green Manalishi" by Fleetwood Mac. He later became a great fan of Marc Bolan and David Bowie and got a part-time job as a stable boy to fund his musical tastes.[4] After his parents' divorce in 1972 he moved with his mother back to his home town of Southport. He gained two O-Levels in Art and English and was accepted onto a General Art and Design course at Southport College, specialising in Performance Art.[5] He applied to Leeds Polytechnic where he was interviewed by Jeff Nuttall, also a performance artist, who accepted him on the strength of his performing skills. During his time at Art College he did a series of performance theatre pieces: "Zazou", "Glamour in Squalor", "Twilights and Lowlifes", as well as Andy Warhol inspired mini-movies. "Zazou" was reviewed by The Yorkshire Evening Post and described as "one of the most nihilistic depressing pieces that I have ever had the misfortune to see", to which Almond later commented in his autobiography, "So it was a success then."[6] Almond followed bands like Siouxsie and the Banshees and left Art College with a 2:1 honours degree. He later credited writer and artist Molly Parkin with discovering him. It was at Leeds Polytechnic that Almond met David Ball, a fellow student; they formed Soft Cell in 1979

LP 425 / DEPECHE MOD - Some Great Reward

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LP 425 / DEPECHE MOD - 1984 USA - Vin; NM / Cov; EX m,cutout --------------- Origin ; Basildon, Essex, England Genres Synthpop new wave electronic rock dance-rock alternative rock Years active; 1980 – present ----- Labels Mute Sire Reprise Capitol Virgin Columbia --------- Depeche Mode /dɨˌpɛʃˈmoʊd/ are an English electronic band formed in 1980 in Basildon, Essex. The group's original line-up consisted of Dave Gahan (lead vocals, occasional songwriter since 2005), Martin Gore (keyboards, guitar, vocals, chief songwriter after 1981), Andy Fletcher (keyboards), and Vince Clarke (keyboards, chief songwriter from 1980 until 1981). Depeche Mode released their debut record in 1981, Speak & Spell, bringing the band onto the British new wave scene. Clarke left the band after the release of the album, leaving the band as a trio to record A Broken Frame, released the following year. Gore took over lead songwriting duties and, later in 1982, Alan Wilder (keyboards, drums, occasional songwriter) officially joined the band to fill Clarke's spot, establishing a line up that would continue for the next thirteen years. The band's last albums of the 1980s, Black Celebration and Music for the Masses, established them as a dominant force on the mainstream electronic music scene. A highlight of this era was the band's concert at the Pasadena Rose Bowl, where they drew a crowd in excess of 60,000 people. In the new decade, Depeche Mode released Violator, a mainstream success. The subsequent album, Songs of Faith and Devotion, and the supporting Devotional Tour exacerbated tensions within the band to the point where Alan Wilder quit in 1995, leading to intense media and fan speculation that the band would split. Now a trio once again, the band released Ultra in 1997, recorded at the height of Gahan's near-fatal drug abuse, Gore's alcoholism and seizures and Fletcher's depression. The release of Exciter confirmed Depeche Mode's willingness to remain together, the subsequent, and very successful, Exciter Tour being their first tour in support of an original album in eight years since the Devotional Tour, although the band had toured in 1998 to support The Singles 86–98 compilation album. Depeche Mode have had fifty songs in the UK Singles Chart and thirteen top 10 albums in the UK charts, two of which debuted at No. 1. Depeche Mode have sold over 100 million records worldwide,[1] making them one of the most commercially successful electronic bands and one of the world's best-selling bands.[2] Q magazine calls Depeche Mode "the most popular electronic band the world has ever known"[3] and included the band in the list of the "50 Bands That Changed the World!".[4] Depeche Mode also rank number 98 on VH1's "100 Greatest Artists Of All Time

LP 429 / The STRANGLERS - Black & White

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LP 429 - The Stranglers 1978 USA / Vin; NM - Cov; EX m,cutout ( 3.lp ) --------- The Stranglers Rock band The Stranglers are an English rock band who emerged via the punk rock scene. Scoring some 23 UK top 40 singles and 17 UK top 40 albums to date in a career spanning four decades, the Stranglers are one ... Wikipedia Albums: Rattus Norvegicus, Feline, No More Heroes, La Folie, More Lead singers: Hugh Cornwell (1974 – 1990), More Past members: Hugh Cornwell, Hans Wärmling, Paul Roberts, John Ellis ---------- The Stranglers are an English rock band who emerged via the punk rock scene. Scoring some 23 UK top 40 singles and 17 UK top 40 albums to date in a career spanning four decades, the Stranglers are one of the longest-surviving and most "continuously successful" bands to have originated in the UK punk scene of the mid to late 1970s. Beginning life as the Guildford Stranglers on 11 September 1974 in Guildford, Surrey,[note 1] they originally built a following within the mid-1970s pub rock scene. While their aggressive, no-compromise attitude identified them as one of the instigators of the UK punk rock scene that followed, their idiosyncratic approach rarely followed any single musical genre and the group went on to explore a variety of musical styles, from new wave, art rock and gothic rock through the sophisticated pop of some of their 1980s output. They had major mainstream success with their single "Golden Brown". Their other hits include "No More Heroes", "Peaches", "Always the Sun" and "Skin Deep". The Stranglers' early sound was driven by Jean-Jacques Burnel's melodic bass, but also gave prominence to Dave Greenfield's keyboards. Their early music was also characterised by the growling vocals and sometimes misanthropic lyrics of both Jean-Jacques Burnel and Hugh Cornwell.[1] Over time, their output gradually grew more refined and sophisticated. Summing up their contribution to popular music, critic Dave Thompson later wrote: "From bad-mannered yobs to purveyors of supreme pop delicacies, the group was responsible for music that may have been ugly and might have been crude – but it was never, ever boring ------ The group was originally called The Guildford Stranglers,[note 1] and operated out of The Jackpot, a Guildford off-licence run by their drummer Jet Black (real name Brian Duffy). Other original personnel were bass player/vocalist Jean-Jacques Burnel, guitarist/vocalist Hugh Cornwell and keyboardist/guitarist Hans Wärmling, who was replaced by keyboardist Dave Greenfield within a year.[note 2] None of the band came from Guildford: Black is from Ilford, Burnel from Notting Hill, Cornwell from Kentish Town and Greenfield from Brighton, while Wärmling came from Sweden and returned there after leaving the band. Cornwell was a blues musician prior to forming the band and had briefly been a bandmate of Richard Thompson,[note 3] Burnel had been a classical guitarist who had performed with symphony orchestras,[note 4] Jet Black was a jazz drummer,[note 5] and Dave Greenfield had played at military bases in Germany.[note 6] Their early influences included pre-punk psychedelic rock bands such as The Doors and The Music Machine. From 1976 the Stranglers became associated with the burgeoning punk rock movement, due in part to their opening for the first British tours of American punks The Ramones and Patti Smith.[note 7][note 8] Notwithstanding this association, some of the movement's champions in the British musical press viewed the band with suspicion on account of their age and musical virtuosity and the intellectual bent of some of their lyrics. However, Burnel was quoted saying, "I thought of myself as part of punk at the time because we were inhabiting the same flora and fauna ... I would like to think The Stranglers were more punk plus and then some."[3] The band's early albums, Rattus Norvegicus, No More Heroes and Black and White, all released within a period of 13 months, were highly successful with the record-buying public and singles such as "Peaches", "Something Better Change" and "No More Heroes" became instant punk classics. Meanwhile, the band received a mixed reception from some critics because of their apparent sexist and racist innuendo. However, critic Dave Thompson argued that such criticism was oblivious to the satire and irony in the band's music, writing: "the Stranglers themselves revelled in an almost Monty Python-esque grasp of absurdity (and, in particular, the absurdities of modern 'men's talk')."[4] These albums went on to build a strong fan-following, but the group's confrontational attitude towards the press was increasingly problematic and triggered a severe backlash when Burnel, a martial arts enthusiast, punched music journalist Jon Savage during a promotional event.[note 9] During their 1978 appearance at the University of Surrey on the BBC TV programme Rock Goes to College, the group walked off stage because an agreement to make tickets available to non-university students had not been honoured.[5] In February 1978 the Stranglers began a mini-tour, playing three secret pub gigs as a thank-you to those venues and their landlords for their support during the band's rise to success. The first was at The Duke of Lancaster in New Barnet on Valentine's Day,[6] with further performances at The Red Cow, Hammersmith, and The Nashville Rooms, West Kensington, in early September.[7] In the later half of the 1970s, The Stranglers toured Japan twice, joining the alternative music scene of Tokyo, which was evolving from the punk sound of Kyoto-based band 村八分 (Ostracism), whose music influence spread to Tokyo in 1971. The Stranglers were the only foreign band to take part in a landmark scene focussed around S-KEN Studio in Roppongi, and The Loft venues in Shinjuku and Shimokitazawa from 1977 to 1979.[8] The scene included bands such as Friction, and they became friends with the band, Red Lizard, who they invited back to London, where the band became kn

LP 505 / HAIRCUT 100 - Pelican West

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LP 505 - Haircut 100 1982 NL press / Vinyl; VG+ - Cover; VG+ / NEW WAVE / ROCK ----------------- Tracklist Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl) Love Plus One Lemon Firebrigade Marine Boy Milk Film Kingsize (You're My Little Steam Whistle) Fantastic Day Baked Bean Snow Girl Love's Got Me In Triangles Surprise Me Again Calling Captain Autumn ----------------- Also known as Haircut 100 Origin England, United Kingdom Genres New wave Years active 1980–1984, 2004, 2009–present ---------- Haircut One Hundred are a British New wave group formed in 1980 by Nick Heyward. The band had four UK Top 10 hit singles between 1981 and 1982, including "Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl)", "Love Plus One" and "Fantastic Day". ------ Career Nick Heyward and Les Nemes had been in several bands together since 1977. They were first known as Rugby, then as The Boat Party, then as Captain Pennyworth and lastly as Moving England before finally becoming Haircut One Hundred.[1] By this time, Heyward and Nemes had met guitarist Graham Jones, and were joined by drummer Pat Hunt. Managed by Karl Adams, the band recorded some demos. Phil Smith played saxophone on the sessions and he joined the group, followed by Mark Fox who played percussion. The group played some live dates and were signed by Arista Records in 1981. They entered Chalk Farm’s Roundhouse studios to record their debut single "Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl)", which became their first hit, reaching number 4 in the UK Singles Chart in late 1981,[2] and saw them make their first appearance on BBC Television's Top of the Pops. For the recording of their debut album, Blair Cunningham replaced Pat Hunt on drums. Their second single was "Love Plus One", which was released in early 1982 and gave the band their second UK Top 10 hit. It was soon followed by the release of their debut album, Pelican West, which reached number 2 in the UK Albums Chart.[2] The band became internationally famous and toured the globe. "Love Plus One" reached the US Top 40, and they secured further UK Top 10 hits in 1982 with the singles "Fantastic Day" and "Nobody's Fool". In late 1982, tensions began arising within the band as they struggled to record new material which was hindered when Heyward was refusing to attend recording sessions. Eventually, in January 1983, the band were about to release a new single, "Whistle Down the Wind", which was then postponed and a statement was issued confirming that the band and Heyward were parting company.[3] At the time, Heyward told Smash Hits magazine that he had been contemplating going solo for some time and had already recorded some tracks with session musicians.[3] However, many years later, Heyward stated that he had been struggling with stress and depression at the time after a year of constant work and pressure which led to him being, in effect, sacked by the other members of the band.[4] With the loss of the band's frontman and main songwriter, Mark Fox took over vocal duties and the band continued to write material themselves (several B-sides during Heyward's tenure had been credited to the whole band). The band left Arista and signed with Polydor Records, but further singles by this line-up failed to reach the UK Top 40 and their follow-up album, Paint and Paint (1984) failed to chart. The band split up soon after. Heyward, however, embarked on a briefly successful solo career in 1983, and scored several chart hits (including the aforementioned song "Whistle Down the Wind", which was his first solo release in March 1983) and a Top 10 album, North of a Miracle. In 2004, more than 20 years after their split, Haircut 100 (including Heyward) reunited for the VH1 show Bands Reunited and performed "Love Plus One" and "Fantastic Day". In 2009, they rekindled their friendship via Facebook, and Heyward invited the rest of the band to perform at one of his solo gigs.[4] The band (comprising Heyward, Jones, Nemes and Cunningham) then played London's indigo at The O2 on 28 January 2011, performing Pelican West in its entirety.[5] The performance was recorded and released as a live CD.[6] The band's official website also states they have been working on new material together, but this has yet to materialize.[7] Band members Nick Heyward (born 20 May 1961, Beckenham, Kent)[8] - lead vocals, guitar Les Nemes (born 5 December 1960, Croydon, Surrey)[8] - bass. Graham Jones (born 8 July 1961, Bridlington, East Yorkshire)[8] - guitar Patrick David Hunt (born in Shaftesbury, Dorset) - drums (left before first album was completed) Phil Smith (born 1 May 1959, Redbridge, Essex)[8] - saxophone Marc Fox (born 13 February 1958)[8] - Percussion, vocals Blair Cunningham (born 11 October 1957, Harlem, New York)[8] - drums Discography Singles Year Song Peak chart positions Certifications (sales thresholds) UK [9] NZ [10] US [11] CAN FRA 1981 "Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl)" 4 32 - - - BPI: Silver[12] 1982 "Love Plus One" 3 22 37 4[13] 3[13] BPI: Gold[12] "Fantastic Day" 9 29 - - - "Nobody's Fool" 9 - - - - 1983 "Prime Time" 46 - - - - "So Tired" 94 - - - - 1984 "Too Up, Two Down" - - - - - Studio albums Year Album details Peak chart positions Certifications (sales thresholds) UK [9] NZ [10] SWE [14] 1982 Pelican West Released: February 1982 Label: Arista 2 12 29 UK: Platinum[12] 1984 Paint and Paint Released: March 1984 Label: Polydor - - -