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105 Tracks Charting The British Post-Punk Explosion 1978-1981. A Compendium Of Familiar Names, Underground Oddities And Freshly Excavated Historical Nuggets. Buzzcocks! Echo And The Bunnymen! The Fall! Killing Joke! Public Image Limited! Siouxsie And The Banshees! Teardrop Explodes! Scritti Politti! The Cure And Many More. Compiled By The Team That Brought You 'To The Outside Of Everything', The 'C86...' Series, 'Electrical Language', 'Shake The Foundations' And Many More In-Depth Box Sets. Featuring Band-By-Band Biographies And Detailed Sleevenotes By Mark Paytress. Punk rock attracted both dreamers and schemers. Many were simply fired up by the music. Some were motivated by manifestos and personal agendas. Others vanished the moment the novelty wore off and the hair dye washed out, leaving behind one or two fine records. Others, like The Clash, The Jam and The Cure, resolved to stay the course, giving themselves new challenges while carving out successful careers. Above all, the post-punk landscape was populated with cult heroes. 'Moving Away From The Pulsebeat' takes a whistlestop trip through that landscape as the dust settled on the apocalyptic overhaul of 1977. Curated in chronological order to preserve that journey, and capturing key singles, deep album cuts and fan favourites, this is the story of a genuinely subversive underground about to erupt upon the mainstream, rendering everything that had gone before irrelevant overnight. Presented in extreme detail, with band-by-band biographies, sleeve imagery, release information and introductory essay by the widely published Mark Paytress, 'Moving Away From The Pulsebeat' is an essential time capsule for veterans, collectors and newcomers alike.
105 Tracks Charting The British Post-Punk Explosion 1978-1981. A Compendium Of Familiar Names, Underground Oddities And Freshly Excavated Historical Nuggets. Buzzcocks! Echo And The Bunnymen! The Fall! Killing Joke! Public Image Limited! Siouxsie And The Banshees! Teardrop Explodes! Scritti Politti! The Cure And Many More. Compiled By The Team That Brought You 'To The Outside Of Everything', The 'C86...' Series, 'Electrical Language', 'Shake The Foundations' And Many More In-Depth Box Sets. Featuring Band-By-Band Biographies And Detailed Sleevenotes By Mark Paytress. Punk rock attracted both dreamers and schemers. Many were simply fired up by the music. Some were motivated by manifestos and personal agendas. Others vanished the moment the novelty wore off and the hair dye washed out, leaving behind one or two fine records. Others, like The Clash, The Jam and The Cure, resolved to stay the course, giving themselves new challenges while carving out successful careers. Above all, the post-punk landscape was populated with cult heroes. 'Moving Away From The Pulsebeat' takes a whistlestop trip through that landscape as the dust settled on the apocalyptic overhaul of 1977. Curated in chronological order to preserve that journey, and capturing key singles, deep album cuts and fan favourites, this is the story of a genuinely subversive underground about to erupt upon the mainstream, rendering everything that had gone before irrelevant overnight. Presented in extreme detail, with band-by-band biographies, sleeve imagery, release information and introductory essay by the widely published Mark Paytress, 'Moving Away From The Pulsebeat' is an essential time capsule for veterans, collectors and newcomers alike.
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Moving Away From The Pulsebeat: Post Punk Britain - Moving Away From The Pulsebeat: Post Punk Britain

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Rel. Date: 03/29/2024
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1. Soft Boys -Wading Through a Ventilator
2. Ultravox- Hiroshima Mon Amour
3. Metal Urbain -Paris Maquis
4. Swell Maps -Black Velvet
5. Buzzcocks- Moving Away from the Pulsebeat
6. Subway Sect- Dontsplitit
7. 2.3- All Time Low
8. The Lines- White Night
9. Siouxsie ; the Banshees- Voices
10. Gang of Four -Armalite Rifle (Fast Product Version)
11. Penetration -Movement
12. XTC- Crowded Room
13. Pragvec -Existential
14. Alternative TV- Life
15. Magazine- Give Me Everything
16. O Level- Everybody's on Revolver Tonight
17. Tubeway Army- Listen to the Sirens
18. The Crazies Strontium
19. Spizzoil- Red and Black
20. The Teardrop Explodes- Camera
21. Camera (Zoo Version)
22. Glaxo Babies- Stay Awake
23. Stiff Little Fingers -Closed Groove
24. The Pop Group- She Is Beyond Good and Evil
25. Scars- Adult/Ery
26. The Raincoats- Adventures Close to Home
27. The Outsiders- Touch and Go
28. Essential Logic -Wake Up
29. Joy Division- Disorder
30. Cult Figures- Playing with Toys
31. Toyah- Neon Womb
32. Disco Zombies- Greenland
33. Au Pairs- Kerb Crawler
34. Revillos- the Fiend
35. The Slits- Ping Pong Affair
36. Helsinki- 5 Below Jennifer Darling
37. The Ruts -S.U.S
38. The Passage- Time Delay
39. Lene Lovich- Bird Song
40. Apartment- the Alternative
41. The Associates- Mona Property Girl
42. Art Attacks- Rat City
43. The Human League- the Path of Least Resistance
44. Essential Bop- Chronicle
45. Killing Joke- Nervous System
46. Pil- Poptones
47. Scritti Politti- Hegemony
48. Adam ; the Ants- Tabletalk
49. John Cooper Clarke and the Invisible
50. Girls- Sleepwalk
51. Electric Chairs- J'attends Les Marines
52. The Fall -Fiery Jack
53. The Insex- Inner Sanction
54. Psychedelic Furs- Sister Europe
55. The Flying Lizards -Her Story
56. Again Again- Co-Optimist
57. Expelaires- Kicks
58. The Cure- a Forest
59. Flowers- the Ballad of Miss Demeanour
60. Occult Chemistry- Water
61. The The- Black and White
62. Cravats -Who's in Here with Me?
63. Artery- Unbalanced
64. Echo ; the Bunnymen-The Puppet
65. Diagram Brothers- There Is No Shower
66. The Jam- Scrape Away
67. Throbbing Gristle- Something Came Over Me
68. Furniture- Shaking Story
69. Mystere Five's- Heart Rules the Head
70. Theatre of Hate- Original Sin
71. Girls at Our Best!- It's Fashion
72. Boots For-Dancing Hesitate
73. Sisters of Mercy- Watch
74. Restricted Code- First Night on
75. Normil Hawaiians- the Beat Goes on
76. Modern Eon- Waiting for the Cavalry
77. Ski Patrol- Agent Orange
78. Dead or Alive- I'm Falling
79. In Camera- Fragments of Fear
80. Avant Gardeners- Where Are My Hormones
81. Blah Blah Blah- Central Park
82. Virgin Prunes- Twenty Tens (I've Been Smoking All Night Long)
83. New Order- in a Lonely Place (Original Version)
84. Second Layer- Underneath the Gloss
85. The Clash- the Magnificent Seven
86. Robert Wyatt- Born Again Cretin
87. Bow Wow Wow -C30 C60 C90 Go
88. Young Marble Giants- Click Talk
89. Nightingales- Seconds
90. 23 Skidoo- Another Babys Face
91. The Birthday Party- Dull Day
92. Josef K -Pictures
93. The Undertones -You're Welcome
94. Fire Engines -Meat Whiplash
95. Jah Wobble- Nocturnal (Edit)
96. Dislocation Dance- So Much Fault
97. Five or Six- Building Kind
98. Ludus- Mother's Hour
99. Section 25- Je Veux Ton Amour
100. Sad Lovers and Giants- Colourless Dream
101. Rip Rig and Panic- Go, Go, Go! (This Is It)
102. The Reflections- Tightrope Walker
103. Club Tango- FTN
104. The Outcasts -Programme Love
105. The Higsons- It Goes Waap!
106. Kan Kan- Changing Trains
107. Membranes- All Roads Lead to Norway

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105 Tracks Charting The British Post-Punk Explosion 1978-1981. A Compendium Of Familiar Names, Underground Oddities And Freshly Excavated Historical Nuggets. Buzzcocks! Echo And The Bunnymen! The Fall! Killing Joke! Public Image Limited! Siouxsie And The Banshees! Teardrop Explodes! Scritti Politti! The Cure And Many More. Compiled By The Team That Brought You 'To The Outside Of Everything', The 'C86...' Series, 'Electrical Language', 'Shake The Foundations' And Many More In-Depth Box Sets. Featuring Band-By-Band Biographies And Detailed Sleevenotes By Mark Paytress. Punk rock attracted both dreamers and schemers. Many were simply fired up by the music. Some were motivated by manifestos and personal agendas. Others vanished the moment the novelty wore off and the hair dye washed out, leaving behind one or two fine records. Others, like The Clash, The Jam and The Cure, resolved to stay the course, giving themselves new challenges while carving out successful careers. Above all, the post-punk landscape was populated with cult heroes. 'Moving Away From The Pulsebeat' takes a whistlestop trip through that landscape as the dust settled on the apocalyptic overhaul of 1977. Curated in chronological order to preserve that journey, and capturing key singles, deep album cuts and fan favourites, this is the story of a genuinely subversive underground about to erupt upon the mainstream, rendering everything that had gone before irrelevant overnight. Presented in extreme detail, with band-by-band biographies, sleeve imagery, release information and introductory essay by the widely published Mark Paytress, 'Moving Away From The Pulsebeat' is an essential time capsule for veterans, collectors and newcomers alike.
        
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