The Sound - Propaganda on Limited Edition 180g Import LP
The Sound Propaganda on Limited Edition 180g Import LP
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing of this album by the sorely-overlooked British post-punk band.
Propaganda was recorded in 1979, before they recorded their debut album Jeopardy, and comprises the earliest material that they recorded. It was not released until April 1999 by record label Renascent, more than 10 years after the band broke up. It was viewed by the band as their true first album. Re-recorded versions of three of the tracks appeared on Jeopardy: "Missiles", "Night Versus Day" and "Words Fail Me". The Sound were formed in South London in 1979 and dissolved in 1988. They were fronted by Adrian Borland and evolved from his previous band, The Outsiders. While never commercially successful, The Sound have long been championed by critics.
The Sound Propaganda Track Listing:
1. No Salvation
2. Deep Breath
3. Cost Of Living
4. Quarter Past Two
5. Night Vs. Day
6. Physical World
8. Music Business
10. Words Fail Me
11. One More Escape
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