The Three Johns - The Death Of Everything album download
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|1||The King Is Dead (Four Words Too Long)||6:35|
|3||Moonlight On Vermont (By Beefy)||4:36|
|4||Go Ahead Bikini||5:19|
|5||Spin Me Round||2:50|
|6||Nonsense Spews From My Song Machine||4:12|
Producer – Adrian Sherwood
|10||Never And Always||4:29|
- Recorded At – Berry Street Studio
- Recorded At – Astoria, Leeds
- Made By – P+O Pallas – 2013
- Engineer – Ian Caple (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 6), Tony Bonner (tracks: 2, 4, 8, 10, 11)
- Photography By – John Ingleden
- Producer – The Three Johns (tracks: 1 to 8, 10)
NotesTracks 2, 4, 8, 10 and 11 recorded live at the Astoria, Leeds, Jan. '88, engineer Tony Bonner.
Tracks 1, 3, 5 and 6 recorded at Berry St. Studios, engineer Ian Caple.
Produced by The Three Johns except 9. Photos by John Ingleden.
Track 5 is called "Spin Me Around" on the cd itself. Track 11 is mentioned as recorded live, but is not on the cd.
8 Page booklet contains song lyrics.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 9.00671 P+O-2013-A 09-88
- Rights Society: GEMA
|TCLP 4.00671 J, TCLP 4.00671||The Three Johns||The Death Of Everything (LP, Album, Whi)||Trance Records, Trance Records||TCLP 4.00671 J, TCLP 4.00671||Germany||1988|
|CAROL MC 1363||The Three Johns||The Death Of Everything (Cass)||Caroline Records||CAROL MC 1363||US||1988|
|CAROL 1363||The Three Johns||The Death Of Everything (LP, Album)||Caroline Records||CAROL 1363||US||1988|
|MOTLP 020||The Three Johns||The Death Of Everything (LP, Album)||T.I.M.||MOTLP 020||UK||1988|
|MOTLP 020||The Three Johns||The Death Of Everything (CD, Album)||T.I.M.||MOTLP 020||UK||1988|
The Three Johns were a post-punk/indie rock band formed in 1981 in Leeds, originally consisting of guitarist Jon Langford (co-founder of the Mekons), vocalist John Hyatt and bassist Phillip "John" Brennan, augmented by a drum machine. The band initially formed just before the 1981 wedding of Prince Charles and Diana Spencer, and their first gig was to be part of a "Funk the Wedding" event, but they were refused permission to play because they were drunk.
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The Three Johns were always musicians and drinking pals first and socialists second. The politics were important, as their only other studio album proper, 'The World By Storm' confirmed. But instead of simple rhetoric their lyrics were always expressed in non-linear ways usually dripping with sarcasm. 1988's ' The Death of Everything' included the Adrian Sherwood-produced single 'Never and Always' which is about the closest the band ever strayed towards conventional rock.