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The 49 Americans: Big Dicision

Staubgold on February 02, 2013 09:17

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    Taken from "Too Young To Be Ideal" DL.

    This download-only compilation by The 49 Americans includes the complete "14-Track Single" 7" and "Too Young To Be Ideal" 12" plus six bonus tracks (alternative takes), originally released in 1980 and now for the first available in digital format.
    On occasion of its 15th anniversary, the Staubgold label is proud to reissue the complete back catalogue of The 49 Americans. Further releases include the group's second album „We Know Nonsense“ (staubgold 123 - CD, vinyl and download) and their first album "E Pluribus Unum" (staubgold 124 – vinyl and download). All downloads feature exclusive bonus tracks (live recordings and studio outtakes).

    The main instigator behind late 70s/early 80s UK DIY super group The 49 Americans was Andrew "Giblet" Brenner who assembled a loose, disparate group of musical/non musical practitioners as an experiment in equality and democracy. This democracy included David Toop, Steve Beresford, Max Eastley, Lol Coxhill and Peter Cusack (coming out of the anything goes improv scene), Nag and Bendle of The Door And The Window, Viv Albertine of the Slits, Vivien Goldman (her Adrian Sherwoood/John Lydon produced Dirty Washing 12" on 99 Records is a classic), Giblet's mum and many more.

    "Think of The 49 Americans as a band, in the conventional sense, and you're lost." (David Toop)

    Released by: Staubgold
    Release/catalogue number: staubgold 125
    Release date: Apr 12, 2013

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