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The Radiators - Under Clery's Clock FLAC album

Performer: The Radiators
Genre: Rock
Title: Under Clery's Clock
Country: Germany
Released: 1989
Style: Power Pop, Punk
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The Chevron-penned song Under Clery's Clock, a love song and a protest against homophobia, is premiered at the show and released as a single the following year. Reverting to the name The Radiators From Space, the band released their third studio album Trouble Pilgrim in October 2006. On 21 December 2006, they played at 'The Point', Dublin, as a special guest of The Pogues. The band's fourth album, Sound City Beat, a collection of cover versions of songs by older Irish bands, was released in 2012. Members of the band began performing as "The Trouble Pilgrims" after member Philip Chevron became ill with throat cancer and was unable to participate in live work.

Artist: The Radiators. Album: Cockles And Mussels: Very Best Of. Release year: 2011. The Radiators - Nightmare On The Misery Train/Take Your Dead Ass Home Bucket Of Fish, 2002 09:14. Artist: The Radiators.

Under Clery's Clock (single for 1989 re-release of album)" Released: January 30, 1989. The Radiators recorded two albums in the group's original incarnation, of which Ghostown is the second. Their first album (as The Radiators from Space) was TV Tube Heart (1977). Their next album Trouble Pilgrim, produced after a reunion, would only be released in 2006.

The Radiators from Space late 1978/early 1979 lineup with Billy Morley center. The band continued as a four piece for the next couple of years. Billy Morley (AKA Billy Luger of Revolver) had a short stint as second guitarist between September 1978-March 1979, . approx 6 months, but doesn't appear on any recordings. The band shortened their name to The Radiators during this period. left: The Radiators trio in 1979. Right: Final lineup 1980-81. 1989 CD track listing: Johnny Jukebox Million Dollar Hero They're Looting in the Town Under Clery's Clock (recorded 1988) Confidential Faithful Departed Let's Talk About the Weather Who Are the Strangers? Kitty Ricketts Plura Belle (recorded 1988) Walking Home Alone Again Dead the Beast, Dead the Poison. Notes: The original Chiswick pressing had custom labels. Later pressings used the generic Chiswick tone-arm label.

Covering the reformation of the Radiators from Space in 2003 through the making of the Trouble Pilgrim album, and up to the present da. Most unexpected was a wonderful new arrangement of Phil Chevron’s Under the Clock at Clery’s. The band closed the set with both sides of the new single. Animal Gang Blues is utterly different from anything previously attempted by the Rads. The chorus drags you into a slowed Riot in Cell Block No 9 vocal; I swear I can hear Lee Brilleaux

Main - Rock Around The Clock, Rap Around The Clock. The Radiators - Life's A Gamble. Max Romeo - The Clock. Culture Club - Time (Clock Of The Heart).

Musician: The Radiators. Album's title: Under Clery's Clock. NST 128. The Radiators. Under Clery's Clock ‎(12", TP). Chiswick Records. NS 128. Under Clery's Clock ‎(7", Single).


Under Clery's Clock 3:54
Strangers In Fiction 3:17
Take My Heart And Run 2:45


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NST 128 The Radiators* Under Clery's Clock ‎(12") Chiswick Records NST 128 Germany 1989
NST 128 The Radiators* Under Clery's Clock ‎(12", TP) Chiswick Records NST 128 Germany 1989
NS 128 The Radiators* Under Clery's Clock ‎(7", Single) Chiswick Records NS 128 Germany 1989