The Desperate Bicycles - Smokescreen / Handlebars / Occupied Territory / Skill mp3 flac download
|Performer:||The Desperate Bicycles|
|Title:||Smokescreen / Handlebars / Occupied Territory / Skill|
|Style:||Garage Rock, Art Rock, Punk|
|Date of release:||2011|
|MP3 album size:||1856 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1548 mb|
|Digital formats:||XM VOX MP4 VQF MP1 MPC ADX|
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B1. Occupied Territory. Written-By – D. Wigley (tracks: A1), The Desperate Bicycles (tracks: A2). Notes. Bootleg with the Occupied Territory 45 songs on the flip side (which has blank labels).
In March 1977 the Desperate Bicycles booked a studio at Dalston in East London to record their first single. The band possessed only an amp and a bass-guitar and the studio supplied the other instruments and equipment; "with a lot of courage and a little rehearsal" they recorded two songs, "Smokescreen" and "Handlebars". The song "Handlebars" ends with the Desperate Bicycles' strident DIY rallying cry "it was easy, it was cheap - go and do it!". Roger Stephens and Danny Wrigley hawked the "Smokescreen" single around the small independent record shops, and distributors such as Virgin and Rough Trade. Occupied Territory 7" single (Refill Records RR-4; July 1978) - "Occupied Territory", "Skill".
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Desperate Bicycles - Discography. Smokescreen 7" single (Refill Records RR-1; August 1977) - "Smokescreen", "Handlebars". The Medium was Tedium 7" single (Refill Records RR-2; February 1978) - "The Medium was Tedium", "Don't Back the Front". New Cross, New Cross 7" EP (Refill Records RR-3; May 1978) - "(I Make the) Product", "Paradise Lost", "Advice on Arrest", "Holidays", "The Housewife Song", "Cars". Other articles related to "discography": Brian May - Discography.
The Desperate Bicycles were an English punk band who released a series of independent recordings in the late 1970s and inspired many other bands to do likewise. The Desperate Bicycles pioneered the do-it-yourself ethic of punk, adopting a proselytising role exemplified by their ardent exhortation: "it was easy, it was cheap – go and do it!". The group have been described as "DIY's most fervent evangelists".
- Written-By – D. Wigley* (tracks: A1), The Desperate Bicycles (tracks: A2)