Here are two singles of 2 lesser known goth bands from Leeds. Contrary to the more popular bands, no drum machines used.
First one is of Anabas. Can't find alot of info but it's nice female-fronted goth. I read somewhere that Flame On was set up by Ben Gunn after he left The Sisters Of Mercy, but I'm not sure.
Tea House Camp did only this 7" but also appear on the Tanz comp. 'Just Say Yeah'. Some members later in Dubh Chapter with Kev Mann.
Barricades/Dream Dance 7" (Flame On-FLAME 003-1983)
2. Dream Dance
To Kill: Stab In Back 7" (Real Men Records-MEN 001-1985)
1. To Kill: Stab In Back
2. Poor Tom
Tea House Camp
Tuesday, June 03, 2008
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I loved that Tea House Camp single, played it incessantly. I had high hopes for them. Then they just disappeared. Always wondered what happened to them.
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That Tea house camp single is impossible to get. Worth mentioning is their third track "Greenback rednecks" that appears on "Just say yeah" compilation from Tanz records.
These two singles are just beautiful, thank you very much!
I loved the Anabas single. Thanks very much for sharing. I was also wondering if you had the Tightrope 12'' by UK Post-Punk/New Wave band Everest The Hard Way?
About Everest The Hard Way, yep, it's here:
(or use the search button in the upper left corner). Not by me but donated by one of the visitors. Enjoy!
Thanks for these curious guy - I've asked Fritz about the Chatshow and Dreamgrinder 12"s as you suggested, fingers crossed....
Enjoy these Highlander. Hope you're doing better this weekend.
Wow - I have been after the Tea House Camp single for ages but the sownload link return this message - Dear our users, we must stop the upload and download for awhile. Sorry.
Can you repload please
Hi - many thanks for the new link - Cheers
To Kill...is an outstanding record. Pleased that others know it too!
is it possible to re-upload this as i have been looking for the Tea House Camp single and your upload is no longer available
Althalus, new links for both Anabas & Tea House Camp. Enjoy!
New link for Tea House Camp. Enjoy!
New link for Anabas. Enjoy!
Good to see the affection for Tea House Camp on here. I knew their manager and so saw many of their gigs in London, particularly remember a dire pub in Walthamstow, but they were great live even then, lots of energy.
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