9 thoughts on “ Too Soon - Basement 5 - 1965 - 1980 (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Feb 05,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of – on Discogs. Label: Island Records - ,Island Records - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Dub, Punk/5(38).
  2. Jul 19,  · The Catalogue No. for the Red Vinyl version is PIASLPX. Although the cover, record labels and vinyl matrix all indicate PIASLP, which is the Catalogue No. for the Black Vinyl copies. The barcode sticker on the back cover for the Red Vinyl version reads: 5 /5(3).
  3. Vinyl, LP, Reissue, StereoA1 Riot A2 No Ball Games A3 Hard Work A4 Immigration B1 Last White Christmas B2 Heavy Traffic B3 Union Games B4 Too Soon .
  4. In stock now for same day shipping. % Secure Shopping. BASEMENT 5 › Embed BASEMENT 5. Play It Again Sam. Format: heavyweight vinyl LP + 12 page booklet Cat: PIAS LP Released: 23 Oct 17 Genre: Punk/Hardcore. Add to Wishlist e-mail.
  5. Reissue of the reggae-punk fusion band Basement 5's debut album Partly formed out of the Art Department of London's Island Records HQ in , Basement 5 were an innovative and highly original black post punk group who created a kind of politically charged, futurist dub.
  6. The long forgotten yet seminal work of Basement 5 reissued for the first time in years. The albums were produced by sonic alchemist Martin Hannett. " Partly formed out of the Art Department of London's Island Records HQ in , Basement 5 were an innovative and highly original black post punk group who created a kind of politically charged, futurist dub. Their lyrics were an attempt to.
  7. Oct 06,  · Basement 5 ReleaseProduct - / In Dub Label [PIAS] Recordings Catalogue Number PIASCD Release Date ' - ' LP; 8 Too Soon 9 Omega Man [PIAS] Recordings Artist Melanie De Biasio.
  8. Basement 5 were a reggae punk fusion band from London founded in Their first vocalist was Winston Fergus, then Don cowerlarynmewer.amistethumbfuncverrojuboljanecra.co of their early performances was a support for Public Image Ltd.'s London debut at the Rainbow on Christmas Day Finally in Dennis Morris - photographer of Bob Marley and the Sex Pistols, took over as creative force, lead vocalist and lyricist.

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