Theatre Of Hate, Spear Of Destiny - Ministry Of Broadcast - Live At The BBC 1980-84 album
The band Spear of Destiny on this film was playing prototype arrangements of songs that later would evolve into a. .Also, the total speed rush of Theatre of Hate was no longer there, at times it would appear almost laid back, th.
THEATRE OF HATE burned brightly on the London post-punk scene in the early 80s, performing a series of passionate, edgy gigs. In an intense two-year period they appeared on Top Of The Pops and had Mick Jones of the Clash produce their debut album. In addition to debut album Westworld, a Top 20 success, there were at least three official bootlegs released in an effort to combat the circulation of unofficial recordings, such was the quality of their live shows. The collapse of Theatre Of Hate did however clear the decks, leading to the formation of SPEAR OF DESTINY, Stammers and Brandon remaining as creative lynchpins.
Land Of Shame (Kentish Town And Country Club, 29 Apr 1987). Once In A Lifetime (Kentish Town And Country Club, 29 Apr 1987). Never Take Me Alive (Kentish Town And Country Club, 29 Apr 1987). Young Man (Kentish Town And Country Club, 29 Apr 1987). Mickey (Kentish Town And Country Club, 29 Apr 1987). Liberator (Kentish Town And Country Club, 29 Apr 1987). CUD. B B Wouldn't C - BBC Session 19/02/1989. The Epicurean's Answer - BBC Session 19/02/1989
BBC Radio One Live in Concert 1. Grapes of Wrath 1. 1984 stats. Complete Album stats. Last updated: 20 Apr 2019, 10:13 Etc/UTC. Spear of Destiny University of Manchester Students' Union, Manchester - Oct 26, 1984 Oct 26 1984. Spear of Destiny Hammersmith Palais, London - Oct 30, 1984 Oct 30 1984. Spear of Destiny Lyceum Theatre, London - Dec 22, 1984 Dec 22 1984. Spear of Destiny Studio, Bristol - May 7, 1985 May 07 1985. Spear of Destiny University of Liverpool, Liverpool - May 10, 1985 May 10 1985.
Stan Stammers (born 19 May 1961, England) is an English musician best known as the bass player for the bands Theatre of Hate, Spear of Destiny and Plastic Eaters. Stammers grew up in Saffron Walden, Essex. He got into punk music by going to see live bands at Cambridge Corn Exchange and other nearby venues
Theatre of Hate are a British post-punk band formed in Britain in 1980. Led by singer-songwriter Kirk Brandon (formerly of the Pack), the original group also consisted of guitarist Steve Guthrie, bassist Stan Stammers (formerly of the Straps and the Epileptics), saxophonist John "Boy" Lennard and drummer Luke Rendle (formerly of Crisis and the Straps). They garnered much early attention as a live act and made their full-length debut in 1981 with the live album He Who Dares Wins (Live at the Warehouse Leeds), released on vinyl on their own Burning Rome label. Guthrie left the band shortly after the album's release. Another live recording followed, Live at the Lyceum, issued on cassette, also in 1981. In August 1981, Theatre of Hate entered the studio with producer Mick Jones of the Clash to record their first non-live album, Westworld, released on 19 February 1982 by Burning Rome.
Theatre of Hate were a post-punk, goth rock band which formed in Britain in 1980, and disbanded in late 1982. View full artist profile. Play all. Spear Of Destiny. The Southern Death Cult.
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Spear Of Destiny release their 13th studio album this month, in a career spanning over 30 years. Louder Than War’s Mark Ray finds Kirk Brandon in fine fettle. Rewind to the start of the 80s: Theatre Of Hate are one of the greatest post-punk bands, led by a fiery Kirk Brandon with a haircut that inspired a generation. They have a hit in Do You Believe In The Westworld? and success seems guaranteed for the singer with much charisma. But TOH disband and from those ashes arises a more rock n roll beast in the form of Spear Of Destiny. A major label signing. Then the fall from grace.
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NotesTracks 1-16 are by Theatre Of Hate
Tracks 17-20 are by Spear Of Destiny
Tracks 1-4 recorded 1 December 1980 for John Peel
Tracks 5-8 recorded 15 August 1981 for John Peel
Tracks 9-12 recorded 8 February 1982 for John Peel
Tracks 13-16 recorded 17 June 1982 for David 'Kid' Jensen
Tracks 17-20 recorded 6 January 1984 for David 'Kid' Jensen
'all tracks digitally transferred and mastered direct from the analogue BBC archives'
hand numbered limited edition of 25
some copies have spelling mistakes in the tracklist