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Spectators of Life


Spectators of Life


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LTM Publishing are pleased to announce the release of this 19 track CD of archive tracks by Belgian post-punk band THE Names best remembered for a string of superior singles amp; album on the Factory amp; Crepuscule labels between 1980 amp; 1982 all produced by the legendary Martin Hannett. SPECTATORS OF LIFE includes all three tracks from the impossibly rare debut 7 single from 1979 (the title track included) plus no less than 10 live tracks recorded between 1979 amp; 1981 of which 8 are son.

Spectators of Life

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