The Desperate Bicycles - The Medium Was Tedium / Don't Back The Front FLAC album
Title: The Medium Was Tedium / Don't Back The Front
Style: Garage Rock, Art Rock, Punk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1102 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1193 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1406 mb
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From the back sleeve: "The Desperate Bicycles were formed in March 1977 specifically for the purpose of recording and releasing a single on their own label. They booked a studio in Dalston for three hours and with a lot of courage and a little rehearsal they recorded 'Smokescreen' and 'Handlebars' It subsequently leapt at the throat. Three months later and The Desperate Bicycles were back in a studio to record their second single and this is the result. No more time for spectating" they sing and who knows? they may be right
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The Desperate Bicycles formed in March 1977 "specifically for the purpose of recording and releasing a single on their own label". The band initially consisted of Nicky Stephens (keyboards), Roger Stephens (bass), Danny Wigley (vocals), Mel Oxer, (drums) and Paul LeClerc (guitar). The band's name derives from a passage in J. B. Priestley’s. The new line-up went back to the studio in June 1977 and recorded another two songs, "The Medium was Tedium" and "Don't Back the Front". The second single was released in February 1978 in a pressing of 1,000 and sold out in a week. The Medium was Tedium" incorporates "it was easy, it was cheap - go and do it!" as a refrain, urging others to follow the band’s example. Don't Back the Front" contains the lines: "cut it, press it, distribute it, Xerox music's here at last".
The Desperate Bicycles were an English punk group. The band formed in 1977 in London as an experiment in the economics of punk's DIY methodology. In 1978 the band released the New Cross New Cross EP, and two 7"s; "Occupied Terrotory" and "Grief Is Very Private". In 1980, Papworth and Stephens were replaced by Dan Electro (guitar) and Jeff Titley (drums), and the Remorse Code LP was released. The band split up in 1981.
Videoklip a text piesne The Medium Was Tedium od Desperate Bicycles. school ?what? work just the same nothing ever changes ? the things that we blame it's . .trying to focus the haze ah, the craze it was easy, it was cheap go and do it! i think of telling people that they're capable too they don't want to believe me and there ain't just a few all are insecure, (and all are tele viewers?) conscious popping concert-goers in the latest ? way ? the audience without a cause some are ?, and i can't disagree
Desperate Bicycles - Advice On Arrest. Don't Back The Front. The Medium Was Tedium. Smokescreen (Peel Session). Desperate Bicycles - I Make The Product. Skill (Peel Session). The Desperate Bicycles Peel Session 1978. Desperate Bicycles - Skill. The Desperate Bycicles - A Can Of Lemonade. The Desperate Bicycles Cars Desperate Bicycles - It's Somebody's B.Desperate Bicycles - Handlebars.
Videoklip a text písně The Medium Was Tedium od Desperate Bicycles. don't have a nice amount in a london bank counter pockets full of destiny, our panic (shrinking?) ecstacy another generation of general intimidation. The band formed in 1977 in London as an experiment in the economics of punk's DIY methodology. Dave Papworth (drums), Nicky Stephens (keyboards), Roger Stephens (bass), and Danny Wigley (vocals) wanted to see how cheaply they could record and release music.
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|A1||The Medium Was Tedium|
|A2||Don't Back The Front|
NotesFold out sleeve.
Tracks B1 and B2 are unlisted. These two tracks are taken from the 10.07.1978 John Peel session.
B side label is plain white.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: DB 2 A-1
- Matrix / Runout: DB 2 B-1
|RR2||The Desperate Bicycles||The Medium Was Tedium / Don't Back The Front (7")||Refill Records||RR2||UK||1977|