1978 Singles : Klark Kent / The Damned / Undertones / Television Personalities / Teardrop Explodes etc [reblog]

A podcast with singles from 1978, on the occasion of Stewart Copeland birthday, by Oannes.

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Klark Kent ήταν το όνομα του γκρουπ με το οποίο ο ντράμερ των Police Stewart Copeland [γεννήθηκε σαν σήμερα, 16 Ιουλίου 1952] κυκλοφόρησε ένα single με τίτλο “Don’t Care” το 1978. Το ομώνυμο άλμπουμ θα κυκλοφορούσε δυο χρόνια αργότερα.
Το ακούμε εν μέσω μερικών ακόμα “κλασικών” singles από την ίδια χρονιά, ξεκινώντας με Damned και ολοκληρώνοντας με Teardrop Explodes.

Klark Kent was the name of the band with whom Police drummer Stewart Copeland [born on this date, July 16, 1952] released a single titled “Don’t Care” in 1978. The album by the same name would be released two years later.
We hear it amid a few more “classic” singles from that same year, starting with The Damned and ending with The Teardrop Explodes.

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On the podcast:
00:00
THE DAMNED – PROBLEM CHILD
02:14 KLARK KENT – DON’T CARE
04:14 LENE LOVICH – I THINK WE’RE ALONE NOW
07:02 TELEVISION PERSONALITIES – PART TIME PUNKS
09:40 THE UNDERTONES – TEENAGE KICKS [Single Version]
12:08 STIFF LITTLE FINGERS – ALTERNATIVE ULSTER
14:55 GARY NUMAN & TUBEWAY ARMY – BOMBERS [Single Version]
18:48 THE FALL – BINGO MASTER’S BREAKOUT
21:13 THE DOLL – DESIRE ME
24:47 THE TEARDROP EXPLODES – SLEEPING GAS

Enjoy!

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2 replies »

  1. This was fun music from the year I graduated from high school. Like I noted on Oannes post; especially pleased to be reminded of
    Stewart Copeland’s Klark Kent project (or as it was sometimes known as Klerk Kant)👏👏👏😃👍

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