Friday, December 07, 2007
Party Day - Simplicity LP
Last release of this excellent Barnsley band Party Day. 'Simplicity' was released in 1986 on their own label. Original guitarplayer Martin Steele already left the band and Dean Peckett of The Second Coming took in his place.
There's an untitled track on the end of Side B which sounds very different from the rest of the album. Sounds more like a traditional or so...
The single record left not posted is the first 7" 'Row The Boat Ashore'. This one will follow very soon.
Note: tracks 4 & 5 ripped as one track.
Simplicity LP (Party Day Records-PDLP 501-1986)
1. She May Be Blind
3. Stay In My Heart
6. The Other Side
7. Precious One
9. A Passing Pain
10. Glorious Days
Posted by Curious Guy at 1:41 PM
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You are the best! Downloaded straight away- this band seems to have been long forgotton- fallen off the map; I recorded the Glasshouse LP and EP for a DJ friend of mine- for a "goth-indeustrial-EBM" DJ, he's really lacking; you on the other hand, should start a club!
Just agreeing with sheerinertia and saying thanks.
track 5 is missing, Simpicity. can you email it to me? jeff.birgbauer @ att.net
thanks for uploading though
Jeff, tracks 4 & 5 are ripped as one track. Should be complete.
The file's no longer there. : /
New link. Enjoy!
After the release of the album "Simplicity" in 1986 Barnsley band Party Day recruited Dean Peckett (The Second Coming) and Paul Nash (The Danse Society). The line-up of Dean Peckett (lead vocals/guitar), Paul Nash (lead guitar/ backing vocals), Shaun Crowcroft (bass) and Mick Baker (drums) began recorded their third album in 1987. They broke-up in the summer of 1988 and the album remains unreleased.
"Aching" was the opening track. This very basic music video of the song was originally only footage intended to demonstrate video effects.
Party Day - Aching (Music Video)
Any chance of putting link up again....
New link. Enjoy!
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