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The Now  - Into The 80's FLAC album

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Into The 80's
Nine O'Clock

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RAW 31 The Now Into The 80's ‎(7") Raw Records RAW 31 UK 1979
LAST 1 The Now Into The 80's ‎(7", RE) Last Year's Youth Records LAST 1 Germany 2000
LAST 1 - 2000 The Now Into The 80's ‎(7", RE, TP, W/Lbl) Last Year's Youth Records LAST 1 - 2000 Germany 2000
LAST 23 The Now Into The 80's ‎(7", Ltd, Num, RE, Red) Last Year's Youth Records LAST 23 Germany 2014
LAST 23 The Now Into The 80's ‎(7", Num, TP, W/Lbl) Last Year's Youth Records LAST 23 Germany 2014
LAST 23 The Now Into The 80's ‎(7", RE) Last Year's Youth Records LAST 23 Germany 2014


The Now  - Into The 80's FLAC album

Musician performer: The Now

Title: Into The 80's

Country: UK

Date of release: 1979

Style: Punk

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1980 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 520

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Meztisho
Just bought the Fuzztone fizzadelic cd after hearing almost every track on Punk fm.Such a great set of songs Love Womans own.
Meztisho
Just bought the Fuzztone fizzadelic cd after hearing almost every track on Punk fm.Such a great set of songs Love Womans own.
Cargahibe
I was the bass player of this band. We never expected to see it released after the fire- it wasn't a flood as we were there the next day and I still have a crinkled copy of Nick Lowe's Stiff 1 as a souvenir. It was recorded in 1977 right in the middle of the glorious punk media frenzy and we were attacked trying to get home from the studio. In spite of Mike's wonderful dystopian lyrics, I never heard the song as anything other than optimistic. We worked really hard to get what we thought was a unique sound, and Gary at Spaceward was really helpful.
Cargahibe
I was the bass player of this band. We never expected to see it released after the fire- it wasn't a flood as we were there the next day and I still have a crinkled copy of Nick Lowe's Stiff 1 as a souvenir. It was recorded in 1977 right in the middle of the glorious punk media frenzy and we were attacked trying to get home from the studio. In spite of Mike's wonderful dystopian lyrics, I never heard the song as anything other than optimistic. We worked really hard to get what we thought was a unique sound, and Gary at Spaceward was really helpful.
Nirn
Most copies were destroyed in a flood at Lee Wood's shop / storage in Cambridge
Nirn
Most copies were destroyed in a flood at Lee Wood's shop / storage in Cambridge