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Wheres The Line? - General Public - ...All The Rage (Cassette, Album)

9 comments on “ Wheres The Line? - General Public - ...All The Rage (Cassette, Album)

  1. All songs © In General Ltd./I.R.S. Music, Inc. (BMI). Made in a process art mode at Air London, The Townhouse, The Manor, Redan Genetic, The Lot. Mastered at The Townhouse. Lacquer cut at The Lacquer Channel, Toronto. General Public are represented and cajoled by /5(51).
  2. Had the original years ago in vinyl form and in a dramatic clear out got rid of it. Big mistake. A huge fan of both The Beat and General Public, besides having the debut General Public, All The Rage having Tenderness, the highlight of the album, loved the video to match. Great band. Great music. Ahead of /5(44).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of All The Rage on Discogs/5().
  4. Oct 05,  · was an awesome year for music. I am so happy I'm just old enough to remember it. General Public were always one of my faves. All the rage is fantastic. Rock, reggae, and some ska make an apperance. Along with the English beat, General Public were one of the best/5(45).
  5. First out of the gate with a new band after the English Beat's acrimonious fracture in June , General Public was the first post-punk supergroup, gathering the Beat's Dave Wakeling and Ranking Roger, the Specials' Horace Panter, and other veterans of the U.K. ska revival.(Mick Jones, freshly booted from the Clash, was originally announced as General Public's lead guitarist; although he left.
  6. And that is a shame because “All The Rage” is a great album despite the iffy ’s production and some one really ought to reissue it properly. Anyway back to In North America, General Public .
  7. All the Rage is the debut studio album by English band General Public, released on 28 January by I.R.S. was recorded digitally. After his expulsion from the Clash, Mick Jones was a founding member of General Public. Though he is listed in the credits of the album as a member, Jones left General Public part way through the recording process and was replaced by Kevin White.
  8. Where's the Line? Lyrics: Always tried to keep in touch / But somehow the ringing never stopped / I tried to break that lock / With almost death defying leaps and bounds / But never found / Too.

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