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A1 Poptones
Bass – Jah WobbleDrums – Martin AtkinsGuitar – Keith LeveneVocals – John Lydon
A2 Careering
Bass – Jah WobbleDrums – Martin AtkinsGuitar – Keith LeveneVocals – John Lydon
A3 Acid Drops
Bass – Allan DiasDrums – Mike JoyceGuitar – John McGeoch, Ted ChauVocals – John Lydon
B1 Chant
Bass – Jah WobbleDrums – Martin AtkinsGuitar – Keith LeveneVocals – John Lydon
B2 Love Hope
Bass – Allan DiasDrums – Mike JoyceGuitar – John McGeoch, Ted ChauVocals – John Lydon
B3 Think Tank
Bass – Allan DiasDrums – Mike JoyceGuitar – John McGeoch, Ted ChauVocals – John Lydon
B4 Cruel
Bass – Allan DiasDrums – Mike JoyceGuitar – John McGeoch, Ted ChauVocals – John Lydon

Notes

All tracks pirated from official release "Plastic Box".

Source:
1,2,4: Radio 1, John Peel Session 17.12.79
3,5,6,7: Radio 1, Mark Goodier Live Session 25.2.92

Sound Quality:
Very good. Almost certainly mastered from Plastic Box CD.

Notes:
The album claims to have been released via Strange Fruit Records (who officially licensed many Peel Session releases in the 80's and 90's) however, the label folded in 2004. Despite the title 'Peel Sessions' the album also features the 1992 Mark Goodier live session.

Packaging:
Cardboard sleeve featuring close-up of the PiL logo from 'Metal Box'. No label is mentioned on sleeve or label; the catlalogue number is featured in the run off groove.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): SFRLP-205-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): SFRLP-205-B

Public Image Limited - Peel Sessions FLAC album

Musician performer: Public Image Limited

Title: Peel Sessions

Date of release: 2011

Style: Post-Punk

Genre: Rock / Pop

Size FLAC: 1775 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 127

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Akinozuru
Nice issue, even if it is unofficial. Great sound quality, especially on the first session. But, it's a shame that the order of the tracks is wrong and I can't understand why Chant is at the start of side two, instead of at the end of the first side which is it's rightful slot.
Akinozuru
Nice issue, even if it is unofficial. Great sound quality, especially on the first session. But, it's a shame that the order of the tracks is wrong and I can't understand why Chant is at the start of side two, instead of at the end of the first side which is it's rightful slot.