"82nd precinct boys"
- Above: Back-Stage Pass Portugese LP release, 1980, front and back covers.
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Cat. No: RISLP 14106
Label: Rossil/Fresh Records
Slaughter + The Dogs - Where have all the boot boys gone?
Cockney Rejects - Wanna be a star
Cyanide - Fireball
U.K. SUBS - Emotional Blackmail (Parts 1 + 2)
Manufactured Romance - You
Angelic Upstarts - Murder of L.T. (sic)
Exploited - Crashed out
Stiff Little Fingers - Closed groove
Run-out groove: RISLP-14106-A
Cockney Rejects - Police car
Stiff Little Fingers - Barbed wire love
Bob De Vries - I'm me
Angelic Upstarts - Police opression
Manufactured Romance - Long distance love
Slaughter + The Dogs - I'm mad
Anti Pasti - No government
Cyanide - Mess I'm in
U.K. SUBS - New York State Police
Run-out groove: RISLP-14106-B
Vocals: Charlie Harper
Guitar: Nicky Garratt
Bass: Paul Slack
Drums: Pete Davies
Featuring a bodged together version of Emotional Blackmail 1 & 2, this was originally recorded as one track then split with a fade-out and fade-in for Brand New Age. There is a definate join in the recording and the repeated guitar riff is not played as many times as the album version.
"We used to use PA company Supermusic from Yorkshire for some of the early tours. Headed by Dave Leaper, Supermusic had put together a hotch potch PA system which was patched together precariously. However, the crew, Dave (sound mixer), Chutch and Martin (back line), were great and very well liked by the band. Chutch in particular with his dry sense of humour, good nature and great one liners, became an integral part in the Subs organization eventually defecting from Supermusic to work for us directly."
(Reproduced from Nicky Garratt's 'Early Years', New Red Archives website)
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