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Happy Tuesday!

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4 days ago

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REMA - REMA featured former members of The Models and Siouxsie and The Banshees, and their much-loved Wheel in the Roses EP (1980) was among the first records to be released on 4AD. Their only contribution to the label, they split-up just before its release, going on to form or join bands as diverse as Renegade Soundwave, The Wolfgang Press, Mass, and Adam and the Ants. The debut album that never was, 'Fond Reflections', comes almost forty years after their debut EP and has been culled from the band’s rich archive of reel-to-reel and cassette recordings, with member Gary Asquith and mixing engineer Takatsuna Mukai painstakingly working on them to make this collection as cohesive as possible. The album will be available from the 1st of March on both Double CD and LP. Pre-order 'Fond Reflections' here: 4ad.co/RemaRema Read the full story here: 4ad.co/RemaRemaAnnouncement ... See MoreSee Less

 

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That and a Wolfgang Press box retrospective and i can die a happy dead 😻

4 days ago

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There’s one track on this ¼” master reel that has no relation to the two other tracks EP wise shown here on the reel. Do you know what track that is? … ‘Trust In Me’ you say? Correct! 

This week’s Master Tape Monday 048 is Belly’s ‘Hot Burrito #1’ and ‘Sweet Ride’ taken from Belly’s 2nd EP ‘Gepetto’ and the cover of the Disney’s Jungle Book (1967 film) song ‘Trust In Me’!

There’s one track on this ¼” master reel that has no relation to the two other tracks EP wise shown here on the reel. Do you know what track that is? … ‘Trust In Me’ you say? Correct!

This week’s Master Tape Monday 048 is Belly’s ‘Hot Burrito #1’ and ‘Sweet Ride’ taken from Belly’s 2nd EP ‘Gepetto’ and the cover of the Disney’s Jungle Book (1967 film) song ‘Trust In Me’!
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Didn't they cover a song from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang more recently?

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