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I'd forgotten about this rebel lass....

Anthem is Toyah’s finest hour. A new wave, post punk, pulp sci-fi mix which was so easy to ridicule but nevertheless memorable.

Toyah - Anthem - 64
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Congratulations Jill :clape:

1981

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1964white wrote: Thu Apr 04, 2024 10:10 pm I'd forgotten about this rebel lass....

Anthem is Toyah’s finest hour. A new wave, post punk, pulp sci-fi mix which was so easy to ridicule but nevertheless memorable.

Toyah - Anthem - 64
Not even close

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Not going well so far, for me...
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The Subhuman wrote: Fri Apr 05, 2024 8:08 am Not going well so far, for me...
In what respect?
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Nice
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Durly wrote: Fri Apr 05, 2024 12:08 pm Zounds - The Curse Of Zounds
Punk band on the Rough Trade label, if I recall correctly, never heard it then, so one to look forward to.
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1964white wrote: Fri Apr 05, 2024 2:38 pm Punk band on the Rough Trade label, if I recall correctly, never heard it then, so one to look forward to.
"Anarcho hippy punks" is the most common phrase I've seen used about them. A lighter, slightly more upbeat sound than a lot of the other anarcho punk stuff that was around at the time. 'Curse' was on Rough Trade. Their first EP was on Crass Records.
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ALBUM OF 1981 (PART III)

NOMINATE NOW

THOSE THAT HAVE NOMINATED ARE IN BLUE

Blue Oyster Cult - Fire of Unknown Origin - Faaip
Jim Steinman - Bad for Good - Marie
Toyah - Anthem - 64
Diary of a Madman - Ozzy Osbourne - Lorimer
Soft Cell - Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret - White Riot
Squeeze- East Side Story - Sniffer
Jon & Vangelis - The Friends Of Mr Cairo - Mrs 64
Zounds - The Curse Of Zounds - Durly
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - Nine Tonight - Cussie
Angelic Upstarts- 2,000,000 Voices - Madron


White Riot
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64
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Mrs 64
Marie
Durly
BobHirst
Madron
Sniffer Clarke
Lorimer
Durly


THE FOLLOWING WERE PREVIOUSLY NOMINATED IN ROUNDS I OR II, SO CAN'T BE PUT FORWARD THIS TIME (Rd III)

Simple Minds 'Sons and Fascination/Sister Feelings Call'
Tom Tom Club 'Tom Tom Club'
King Crimson 'Discipline'
Iron Maiden 'Killers'
Bobby Womack 'The Poet'
Siouxsie and the Banshees 'JuJu'
ELO 'Time'
Miles Davis 'The Man With the Horn'
New Order - Movement'
Rush 'Exit ... Stage Left'
U2 'October'
Human League ‘Dare’
Killing Joke 'what's THIS for...!
Gil Scott-Heron 'Reflections'
Foreigner '4'
Rush 'Moving Pictures'
The Replacements 'Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out the Trash'
Cure 'Faith'
Japan 'Tin Drum'
Public Image Ltd 'Flowers of Romance'
Echo & The Bunnymen 'Heaven Up Here'
Motorhead 'No sleep til Hammersmith'
Whitesnake ‘Come An’ Get It’
Grace Jones 'Nightclubbing'
Brian Eno and David Byrne 'My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts'
Police 'Ghost in the Machine'
Go Go's 'Beauty & The Beat'
OMD 'Architecture & Morality'
'Phil Collins 'Face Value'
Chaka Khan 'What Cha' Goona Do For Me'
dBs 'Stands for Decibles'
Gun Club 'Fire of Love'
Abba 'The Visitors'
J J Cale 'Shades'
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Congratulations Mrs 64
If live albums are still allowed I’ll go with Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - Nine Tonight
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Durly wrote: Fri Apr 05, 2024 2:59 pm "Anarcho hippy punks" is the most common phrase I've seen used about them. A lighter, slightly more upbeat sound than a lot of the other anarcho punk stuff that was around at the time. 'Curse' was on Rough Trade. Their first EP was on Crass Records.
Rough Trade & Crass were two respected labels in the late 70s/80s.
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Of its time, but I still love it.
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The Subhuman wrote: Thu Apr 04, 2024 8:30 pm Blue Oyster Cult - Fire of Unknown Origin
With one of my favourite BOC tracks - Joan Crawford
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Muppet the Cat wrote: Fri Apr 05, 2024 6:14 pm With one of my favourite BOC tracks - Joan Crawford
It's a cracker, Veteran is my favourite from that album ...
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As usual, gatecrashing this party when its almost over.

1981 album for me is Peter Green - Whatcha Gonna Do
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