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9 thoughts on “ Never Been So Stuck - Various - Action Time Vision (A Story Of Independent UK Punk 1976-1979) (CD)

  1. Goltitaxe
    ACTION TIME VISION A Story Of Independent UK Punk (December ) Very excited to see that Cherry Red Records are preparing for release in December what looks like a cracking boxset featuring some of the finest Punk singles that were released on various labels between I know there always seems to be a lot of these type of albums appearing, you know like The Best Punk .
  2. Mugrel
    Home» Reviews» Various – Action Time Vision: a Story of Independent UK Punk Various – Action Time Vision: a Story of Independent UK Punk Posted on December 8, by Douglas Baptie in Reviews // 0 Comments. Tweet.
  3. Goltishicage
    five CD box set created by the same Cherry Red team behind such acclaimed box sets as Scared To Get Happy, Millions Like Us, Still In A Dream, Action Time Vision, etc. Post-Punk was a belated term adopted to describe the creative outpouring of largely independent music which flourished in the wake of the Punk explosion/5(32).
  4. Makora
    Dec 28,  · Action Time Vision - A Story of Independent UK Punk (Cherry Red) Strange, but true. The most telling observation on the post-punk passage of time is the scene in the video for Shampoo’s “Trouble.” A middle-aged dad is looking angrily up the street, waiting the teenaged daughters who have stayed out too late.
  5. Basar
    Dec 09,  · Action Time Vision: A Story of UK Independent Punk A pleasing mix of the familiar and the more obscure ACTION TIME VISION A Story Of Independent UK Punk DISC 1: 1. THE DAMNED New Rose 2. EATER Outside View 3. THE RADIATORS FROM SPACE Television Screen 4. THE CORTINAS Fascist Dictator 5. THE DRONES Lookalikes 6. THE.
  6. Dishicage
    Nov 01,  · Action Time Vision is a new various artists four-CD deluxe set from Cherry Red that documents the independent punk scene in the UK, forty years on. This track collection features many key names of punk alongside much more obscure selections and a sprinkling of post-punk acts (Joy Division, Tubeway Army and Adam & the Ants).
  7. Narn
    That's not to say there weren't some great music beyond the hype, which is where Action Time Vision: A Story of UK Independent Punk comes in. This four CD box set is pretty overbearing if you're only a passive punk fan, plus the punk ideology of only needing to learn three chords to play means that it's pretty one dimensional music.
  8. Fenriran
    Such is just one of the dichotomies proffered by Action Time Vision, a laudably exhaustive roadmap of Britain’s viral independent punk outbreak in the closing overs of the 70s. (“Independent” has to be the watchword here: somehow, “indie”, with all of its unfairly smelly connotations, seems plain wrong.).
  9. Gardakus
    Action Time Vision: A Story of Independent U.K. Punk is an exhaustive and wildly entertaining four-volume box set that examines both the indie label scene in the United Kingdom as well as the bands that emerged on homegrown labels.8/