England’s Dreaming


I’m in the middle of reading make that skimming Clinton Heylin’s new Babylon’s Burning —something in his authorial tone I find off-putting, even a bit smarmily jokey. (If you’re going to read him, start with the far-superior From the Velvets to the Voidoids.) But I did come across this wonderful club flyer reproduced within its pages. Man, I’d give my eye teeth to have gone to any one of these shows. *sigh*

MP3PragVEC, “Nervous”

MP3Essential Logic, “Wake Up

MP3Rema-Rema, “Rema-Rema”

MP3Joy Division, “Heart and Soul”

MP3Throbbing Gristle, “Hot on the Heels of Love”

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  1. Hey thanks for the T.G. track. I have a bunch of 45’s of theirs that i haven’t listened to in a while. Is Hot On The Heels of Love one of the two that came with a camoflage picture sleeve?

  2. James

    Heylin’s books on Dylan (and they’re many of them) can be a chore to read in places exactly because of his strident streak of self-righteousness.

  3. Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire, and Rema Rema? One one bill?

    Christ. That’s sick.

  4. Joy Division OPENING for Essential Logic. With Echo and Teardrop.

    Wow. Now that’s what I call a night out.

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