Sunday, December 10, 2006
Circle X - Prehistory
Circle X formed in 1978 out of 2 punkbands, No Fun and the I-Holes. Originally located in Louisville, Kentucky, the band relocated to New York to take part in the no wave scene. A 7" called 'Heartbreaker' was released in 1979.
Circle X stayed in France for a while where they recorded a 4 track 12" for Celluloid in 1980. The band went back to NY to record the classic 'Prehistory' LP which was released in 1983 on Enigma/Index. It was later released on the French L'Invitation Au Suicide label.
Circle X went on to release more 7"s and a full length for Matador in the 90's.
For more on Circle X, check this Matador page here.
Prehistory LP (L'Invitation Au Suicide-SD 3-1984)
2. Prehistory One
3. Prehistory Two
4. Culture Progress
5. Under World
6. Beyond Standard
Posted by Curious Guy at 12:51 AM
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Thanks for yet another interesting post / band!
One of the best albums ever made. Art-punk at it's finest. Sadly, very few people know about this band.
Im' very interesting about it, but your link is dead...
I have a Myspace if you want to know more things about me! ;)
Thanks for letting me know. I'll re-up ASAP.
New link's up. Enjoy!
Zshare sucks--keeps going around in circles, and link is apparently dead.
I'll re-up ASAP. Check back soon.
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