9 thoughts on “ Because The Night - The Selecter - Subculture (CD, Album) ”

  1. Because The Night: B2: Stone Cold Sober: B3: Walk The Walk: B4: Babble On: B5: Hit The Ground Running: B6: Still I Rise: Barcode and Other Identifiers The Selecter: Subculture ‎ (CD, Album, Promo) Vocaphone Records: VOCA CD UK: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r]/5(24).
  2. Mar 13,  · Not everything on “Subculture” works – I am not keen on The Selecter’s version of Patti Smith’s (& Bruce Springsteen’s for that matter) “Because The Night” and “Stone Club Sober” is merely OK, but “Subculture” is a very fine album and gives this version of The Selecter a relevance that not many bands of their era have in /5(1).
  3. Because The Night: B2: Stone Cold Sober: B3: Walk The Walk: B4: Babble On: B5: Hit The Ground Running: B6: Still I Rise: Notes printed inner sleeve with lyrics. Barcode and Other Identifiers The Selecter: Subculture ‎ (CD, Album) DMF Records (3) DMFCD: UK: Sell This Version:5/5.
  4. If you're a serious ska fan, you're probably aware that the Selecter-- one of the major groups of the 2-Tone-led U.K. ska revival of the late '70s and early '80s -- broke up in , but reunited in , with various lineups of the group touring and recording ever neoswithandsemicse.repopowohteratomawasvomoonba.cor, the Selecter's release Subculture has been hailed as a comeback among folks who don't regularly wear pork pie 7/
  5. The Selecter were born out of the grittiness of late 70s Britain in a failing industrial city in the heartland of England, where race and class warfare were meeting on the streets in blood and mayhem. 2-Tone was never so much a movement in its own right but a mixture and meeting of subcultures: Skinheads, Punks, Mods, Northern Soul, Rude Boys.
  6. Jan 17,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Selecter - Because The Night YouTube The Zombies - Begin Here (full album) official - Duration: Bocu Music Group , views.
  7. However, the Selecter's release Subculture has been hailed as a comeback among folks who don't regularly wear pork pie hats, and it's certainly true this is a much stronger album than the sizable majority of the material that's been released under the group's name since /5(41).
  8. Now trading for over 35 years, The Selecter’s first album since is something of a sugared pill. True, there are all the trumpets and the occasional toasting MC you might wearily associate with revivalist ska, but underpinning it – and by far its greatest strength – is a political bent and a quiet rage.
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