Spike Milligan's Tape Recorder

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Spike Milligan's Tape Recorder

SLR 109 » released October 2009

7"
» $4.00
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1. Sarandon
Spike Milligan's Tape Recorder  [mp3]
2. The Membranes
Spike Milligan's Tape Recorder

Flash back...

England 1984.

A dark and ghostly land freshly littered with the bodies of Thatcher's unwanted.

The stench was bad and the view was bleak.

Out of the gloom came a thunderous cacophony.

The Blackpool tower shook to it's foundations.

Could this be the Devil's own band?

SPIKE MILLIGAN'S TAPE RECORDER.

The sound of dissent, the sound of agrievement, the sound of FUN.

The sound of The Membranes.

Unsung heroes of the Post Punk North.

John Robb, Mark Tilton and Coofy Sid.

A trio of badass post punkers who made one hell of a beautiful racket.



Forward to...

England 2009.

A dark and ghostly land littered with the bodies of Brown's unneeded.

The stench is bad and the view is bleak.

Out of the gloom comes a thunderous cacophony.

Canary Wharf shakes to it's foundations.

Has the Devil returned with a brand new band?

SPIKE MILLIGAN'S TAPE RECORDER.

The sound of dissent, the sound of agrievement, the sound of FUN.

The sound of Sarandon.

Unsung heroes of the Post Post Post Everything.

Tom Greenhalgh, Alan Brown, Crayola.

A trio of badass post everythings who make one hell of a beautiful racket.



Slumberland Records presents this record to those of you who want to feel the history then and the history now. Keep beating the pulp from the pop rock schlock hog. This single supports/is supported by the publication of Death To Trad Rock by The Membranes' John Robb -- 900 pages that cover nearly 50 bands in that defiant, discordant DIY underground of bands, fanzines and venues that sustained a remarkable and highly original scene of bands. perhaps the last stand of DIY culture in the UK.

Notes:

Check out these other fine Sarandon releases:

Kill Twee Pop! 10"/CD

Joe's Record 7"


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