Section 25 - From The Hip album download
|A2||Looking From A Hilltop|
|A4||Prepare To Live|
|B1||Program For Light|
|B3||Beneath The Blade|
- Record Company – Factory Communications Ltd.
- Lacquer Cut At – CTS Studios
- Design – PSA*, Key*
- Engineer – S. Pickering*
- Lacquer Cut By – Boppin' Bob*
- Plated By – DW
- Producer – Be Music, S25 +*
- Written-By – Section 25
NotesComes with orange coloured inner sleeve.
Factory Communications Ltd
This release was mastered by a different mastering engineer than this one.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: FAC 90A-³ DW BOPPiN' BOB
- Matrix / Runout: FAC 90B-³ DW cts WEMBLEY
- Barcode (On sticker): 4 005902 53801 5
- Other (On sticker): 410.0012.1 27
|FACT 90||Section 25||From The Hip (LP, Album)||Factory||FACT 90||UK||1984|
|FACT 90||Section 25||From The Hip (LP, Album, RE, RM + 12", Single, RE, RM)||Factory||FACT 90||UK||2012|
|FACT 90||Section 25||From The Hip (LP, Album)||Base Record, Factory||FACT 90||Italy||1984|
|LTMCD 2314||Section 25||From The Hip (CD, Album, RE, RM)||LTM||LTMCD 2314||UK||1998|
|FACTUS 14, FACT 90||Section 25||From The Hip (LP, Album)||Factory (US), Factory (US)||FACTUS 14, FACT 90||US||1984|
Section 25 are an English post-punk and electronic band, best known for the single "Looking From A Hilltop", with two different music videos, and their association with Manchester record label Factory Records. Section 25 formed in Poulton-le-Fylde near Blackpool, Lancashire, in November 1977. Initially the band was a duo, consisting of brothers Larry Cassidy (bass, vocals) and Vincent Cassidy (drums). In June 1978 they made their live debut with Phil Denton on guitar.
The coloured posts (and the reverse) use the same colour code, Peter Saville has also applied to Blue Monday (FAC 73) and Power, Corruption & Lies (FACT 75) and spell out "From The Hip". Matrix, Runout (Side A, etched - Variant 1): FAC 90A GG MVS 2 MEL/cts.
Booklet also includes Section 25 complete discography.
From the Hip is the third album by Blackpool band Section 25, released in 1984. Following on from previous album releases Always Now and The Key of Dreams it marked a major departure in terms of sound and scope.
Desert (Live Los Angeles 3. Section 25 Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Section 25 Lyrics.
Section 25. Produced by Bernard Sumner. Album From the Hip. Looking from a Hilltop Lyrics
Artist: Section 25 Genre: Rock Release Date: 06/05/2012 Label: Factory Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl LP. Dig-Deeper.
I will go for an area very close to my Hip Hop heart: the underground. I’ve been anti-radio for the most part since I was thirteen years of age, and since then I’ve only gotten worse, or better depending on how one looks at it. Looking back on it, 90s radio wasn’t terrible, at least compared to today’s garbage (please don’t dispute me on this). With all this being said, let’s go into the 25 best underground albums ever heard. These albums changed the underground and became staples in the genre. Don’t expect major label releases here (Loud, Def Jam, Interscope, et. We all knew Fakin’ Jax, but what else was there? I’ll tell you what, a whole album filled with some of the juiciest PR tracks ever heard consistently to this day. 24. Jean Grae "This Week" (2004). Heroine of the underground, the emcee formerly known as Whut?
The album really is a glorious celebration of hope. Now recognized as a leading genre band, Section 25 continue to play across the UK,Europe and America. The band contributed three tracks to the Warners/Rhino box set Factory Records: Communications 1978-1992, while the oft re-issued From The Hip was lauded as one of 1000 Albums To Hear Before You Die by The Guardian newspaper. The group also feature prominently in recent definitive Factory biography Shadowplayers