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1 - TIMES, THE - GO! WITH THE TIMES - (CD) 
TAPETE


Lost, Found & Great: Obscure Pop Gems Of The Past" is the title of a series under which Tapete sporadically re-releases brilliant, but hard-to-get or even out-of-print POP albums. Now it is the time for The Times legendary albums ,This Is London" and ,Go! With The Times" which were originally released in 1983 and 1985. Having released six Times LPs between 1982 and 1986, by the end of the decade Ball reemerged on Alan McGees Creation Records, delving into electronic psychedelia and supplementing his recording career with a day job as a friendly executive/receptionist at the companys London of office. There he would sit behind a desk in front of one of his own paintings, sometimes speaking dismissively of himself in the third person to unsuspecting visitors. Some time later, Ball would return to writing observational pop songs destined for the lower reaches of the charts as a fully paid up member of the Mill Hill Self Hate Club. By that time, Britpop had come and gone without giving its by now bald-headed prophet much credit for his services to the cause. But then you could also see that as a blessing. Here then is that rarest of things: British guitar pop history without baggage. Because only the best went with The Times back in the early eighties.

TRACKLISTING: 01. You Can Get In 02. Im With You 03. Your Generation 04. Pinstripes 05. Dressing Up For The Cameras 06. Red With Purple Flashes 07. The Jokes On Zandra 08. Nowhere To Run 09. No Hard Feelings 10. My Andy Warhol Poster 11. Theme From Man From Uncle 12. Reflections In An Imperfect Mirror


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 02-02-2018
Référence : 510212     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 20,00 EUR


2 - TIMES, THE - GO! WITH THE TIMES - (L+C) 
TAPETE


Lost, Found & Great: Obscure Pop Gems Of The Past" is the title of a series under which Tapete sporadically re-releases brilliant, but hard-to-get or even out-of-print POP albums. Now it is the time for The Times legendary albums ,This Is London" and ,Go! With The Times" which were originally released in 1983 and 1985. Having released six Times LPs between 1982 and 1986, by the end of the decade Ball reemerged on Alan McGees Creation Records, delving into electronic psychedelia and supplementing his recording career with a day job as a friendly executive/receptionist at the companys London of office. There he would sit behind a desk in front of one of his own paintings, sometimes speaking dismissively of himself in the third person to unsuspecting visitors. Some time later, Ball would return to writing observational pop songs destined for the lower reaches of the charts as a fully paid up member of the Mill Hill Self Hate Club. By that time, Britpop had come and gone without giving its by now bald-headed prophet much credit for his services to the cause. But then you could also see that as a blessing. Here then is that rarest of things: British guitar pop history without baggage. Because only the best went with The Times back in the early eighties.

TRACKLISTING: 01. You Can Get In 02. Im With You 03. Your Generation 04. Pinstripes 05. Dressing Up For The Cameras 06. Red With Purple Flashes 07. The Jokes On Zandra 08. Nowhere To Run 09. No Hard Feelings 10. My Andy Warhol Poster 11. Theme From Man From Uncle 12. Reflections In An Imperfect Mirror


Format: L+C

Disc Quantity: 2
Date: 02-02-2018
Référence : 510213     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 28,75 EUR


3 - TIMES, THE - THIS IS LONDON - (CD) 
TAPETE


Lost, Found & Great: Obscure Pop Gems Of The Past" is the title of a series under which Tapete sporadically re-releases brilliant, but hard-to-get or even out-of-print POP albums. Now it is the time for The Times legendary albums ,This Is London" and ,Go! With The Times" which were originally released in 1983 and 1985. Having released six Times LPs between 1982 and 1986, by the end of the decade Ball reemerged on Alan McGees Creation Records, delving into electronic psychedelia and supplementing his recording career with a day job as a friendly executive/receptionist at the companys London of office. There he would sit behind a desk in front of one of his own paintings, sometimes speaking dismissively of himself in the third person to unsuspecting visitors. Some time later, Ball would return to writing observational pop songs destined for the lower reaches of the charts as a fully paid up member of the Mill Hill Self Hate Club. By that time, Britpop had come and gone without giving its by now bald-headed prophet much credit for his services to the cause. But then you could also see that as a blessing. Here then is that rarest of things: British guitar pop history without baggage. Because only the best went with The Times back in the early eighties.

TRACKLISTING: 01. This Is London 02. Goodbye Piccadilly 03. Whatever Happened To Thamesbeat? 04. If Only 05. Big Painting 06. Goodnight Children Everywhere 07. The Party 08. Stranger Than Fiction 09. (theres A) Cloud Over Liverpool 10. Will Success Spoil Frank Summit? 11. The Chimes Of Big Ben 12. This Green And Pleasant Land


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 02-02-2018
Référence : 510210     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 20,00 EUR


4 - TIMES, THE - THIS IS LONDON - (L+C) 
TAPETE


Lost, Found & Great: Obscure Pop Gems Of The Past" is the title of a series under which Tapete sporadically re-releases brilliant, but hard-to-get or even out-of-print POP albums. Now it is the time for The Times legendary albums ,This Is London" and ,Go! With The Times" which were originally released in 1983 and 1985. Having released six Times LPs between 1982 and 1986, by the end of the decade Ball reemerged on Alan McGees Creation Records, delving into electronic psychedelia and supplementing his recording career with a day job as a friendly executive/receptionist at the companys London of office. There he would sit behind a desk in front of one of his own paintings, sometimes speaking dismissively of himself in the third person to unsuspecting visitors. Some time later, Ball would return to writing observational pop songs destined for the lower reaches of the charts as a fully paid up member of the Mill Hill Self Hate Club. By that time, Britpop had come and gone without giving its by now bald-headed prophet much credit for his services to the cause. But then you could also see that as a blessing. Here then is that rarest of things: British guitar pop history without baggage. Because only the best went with The Times back in the early eighties.

TRACKLISTING: 01. This Is London 02. Goodbye Piccadilly 03. Whatever Happened To Thamesbeat? 04. If Only 05. Big Painting 06. Goodnight Children Everywhere 07. The Party 08. Stranger Than Fiction 09. (theres A) Cloud Over Liverpool 10. Will Success Spoil Frank Summit? 11. The Chimes Of Big Ben 12. This Green And Pleasant Land


Format: L+C

Disc Quantity: 2
Date: 02-02-2018
Référence : 510211     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 28,75 EUR



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