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Various - Bring Your Own Poison: The Rhythm Factory Sessions FLAC album

Performer: Various
Genre: Rock
Title: Bring Your Own Poison: The Rhythm Factory Sessions
Country: UK
Released: 2004
Style: Garage Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1463 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1191 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1561 mb
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Like the Roxy in ’77, the Rhythm Factory in Whitechapel has become the second home for anyone in London after a quick fix of grot’n’roll and spectacular one-off performances. And now, like the Roxy, here’s the live album that serves as a smudgy snapshot of London’s Burning. Nowadays, of course, in the RF you’re just as likely to run into rock tourists desperate for a zeitgeistian rush to pep them up as the smart urchins of yore, but there are still thrills aplenty. Sure, there are problems.

Title: RHYTHM FACTORY SESSIONS. Artist: BRING YOUR OWN POISON. Style: Punk/New Wave. 2 brand new from £. 9.

Bring Your Own Poison. Trailer Park Mystery Series, Book 4 · Trailer Park Mystery. by Jimmie Ruth Evans. and murder! A Trailer Park Mystery ( Kountry Kitchen Southern cooking recipes included! With her two full-time jobs, Wanda Nell Cullpepper is already burning the midnight oil straight on into the next day. Still, she can't pass up an opportunity to earn some extra green. So when the Kountry Kitchen hosts an exclusive bachelor party, Wanda Nell agrees to the extra shift

After this album, the band changed their name to Poison The Well, after the popular rhetorical device. The band then released their first album under their new name, Distance Only Makes the Heart Grow Fonder in 1998. The album gained them the attention of Trustkill Records who signed them to a multi-album deal. After completing the first two recording sessions and returning home, Poison the Well announced that they were parting ways with Atlantic Records after only one album because of "creative differences". Atlantic Records had given full creative control with the writing and recording of You Come Before You, not interfering and allowing the band to do what they pleased.

Follow Rhythm Factory and others on SoundCloud. Album release date: 2 January 2008.

On November 19th Deepsouth music returns to the Rhythm Factory Whitechapel for the latest instalment of their quality underground parties. This months musical offerings will be supplied by two of tech house’ most prolific dj’s and producers, Jay Tripwire and Grant Dell. Our second guest in takes the form of South London’s very own Grant Dell. A ten year veteran of the Tech house scene Grant was lured towards dance music in the early eighties through the sounds of reggae and dub. After starting to play professionally in 1990 Grants skills behind the decks took him to some of Londons best underground parties including Whoop Whoop, Heart and Soul and Wiggle and earned him his own radio show on ENERGY 8. (the longest running Pirate radio show to date) on Thursday evenings sponsored by Swag records.

Bring Your Own Poison – the Rhythm Factory Sessions. Another Girl, Another Planet" is a hidden track performed along with Peter Perrett. Another Girl, Another Planet". Anthems for Doomed Youth: Ryan, Gavin (19 September 2015). ARIA Albums: Bring Me the Horizon 'That's the Spirit' Debuts At One in Australia". Retrieved 19 September 2015.


1 The Libertines Up The Bracket
2 The Lams (You're) On The List
3 Selfish Cunt Authority Confrontation
4 The Paddingtons Tommy's Disease
5 Art Brut Moving To LA
6 The Rocks Celeste
7 Tigermoth Give Me Something
8 Babyshambles Kill A Man For His Giro
9 Thee Unstrung You
10 Electricity Comes From Other Planets You Stole My Brain
11 Pete Doherty Back From The Dead


Bring Your Own Poison: The Rhythm Factory Sessions compiles 12 tracks from the finest bands on the guerrilla scene including The Libertines, The Paddingtons and Babyshambles and Selfish Cunt--all caught in their chaotic splendour at the painfully hip shrine of London's burgeoning new music scene.

The Rhythm Factory's "Bring Your Own Poison" is one of the most talked about club nights in the UK. The impromptu gigs, secret guest DJs (such as The Clash’s Mick Jones), and true independent spirit pull audiences from far and wide and include the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 636551288620
  • Other (Label Code): LC 01757

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SMRCD896 Various Bring Your Own Poison: The Rhythm Factory Sessions ‎(CD, Comp) Snapper Music SMRCD896 UK 2004
none Various Bring Your Own Poison: The Rhythm Factory Sessions ‎(CD, Comp, Promo) Snapper Music none UK 2004