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Special Neon Violet Vinyl release expanding the 1981 EP 'Four More From Toyah' into an eight- track mini-LP. Newly remastered from the original master tapes. Originally released in late November 1981 and lead by the track 'Good Morning Universe', the EP was the fourth top 20 charting single for the band in that year, following the 'Four From Toyah' EP (lead by 'It's A Mystery'), 'I Want To Be Free' and 'Thunder In The Mountains'. The EP was the first material to be studio-recorded since the departure of drummer Nigel Glockler who was replaced by Simon Phillips. This EP contains eight tracks recorded by the line- up of Toyah Willcox (vocals), Joel Bogen (guitarist, co-writer and co-founder of the Toyah band), Adrian Lee (keyboards), Phil Spalding (bass) and the newly recruited Simon Phillips (drums). Side A contains all four of the tracks from the original EP. Side B opens with the previously unreleased, studio recorded tour intro track 'Go Berserk', including new vocals and snatches of lyrics from 'Neon Womb' and 'Urban Tribesmen' plus new dialogue that leads to a chilling crescendo. 'Go Berserk' was played before the band walked on stage on the European Tour of winter 1981. It is swiftly followed by the newly remastered 'Stand Proud' which often featured as the first song played live. The track originally appeared on a flexi-disc with initial copies of the 'Four More From Toyah' EP. The third track is 'Clapham Junction', an out-take that began in the session for the single 'Thunder In The Mountains', was finished with new drum parts from Simon Phillips and vocals/ lyrics from Toyah. The final track is the last session recorded by this line-up and hails from February 1982. This previously unreleased re-recording of the hit single 'I Want To Be Free' was produced by Steve Lillywhite in the Roundhouse Studios and went on to be used as the basis of the band's television performance on the British Rock & Pop Awards when Toyah was awarded Best Female Singer in early 1982. This track has not previously been released. All eight tracks are remastered by Nick Watson at Fluid Mastering and approved by Joel Bogen. The sleeve contains an out-take of the EP photography from the Safari archives plus full lyrics on a newly designed inner bag.
Special Neon Violet Vinyl release expanding the 1981 EP 'Four More From Toyah' into an eight- track mini-LP. Newly remastered from the original master tapes. Originally released in late November 1981 and lead by the track 'Good Morning Universe', the EP was the fourth top 20 charting single for the band in that year, following the 'Four From Toyah' EP (lead by 'It's A Mystery'), 'I Want To Be Free' and 'Thunder In The Mountains'. The EP was the first material to be studio-recorded since the departure of drummer Nigel Glockler who was replaced by Simon Phillips. This EP contains eight tracks recorded by the line- up of Toyah Willcox (vocals), Joel Bogen (guitarist, co-writer and co-founder of the Toyah band), Adrian Lee (keyboards), Phil Spalding (bass) and the newly recruited Simon Phillips (drums). Side A contains all four of the tracks from the original EP. Side B opens with the previously unreleased, studio recorded tour intro track 'Go Berserk', including new vocals and snatches of lyrics from 'Neon Womb' and 'Urban Tribesmen' plus new dialogue that leads to a chilling crescendo. 'Go Berserk' was played before the band walked on stage on the European Tour of winter 1981. It is swiftly followed by the newly remastered 'Stand Proud' which often featured as the first song played live. The track originally appeared on a flexi-disc with initial copies of the 'Four More From Toyah' EP. The third track is 'Clapham Junction', an out-take that began in the session for the single 'Thunder In The Mountains', was finished with new drum parts from Simon Phillips and vocals/ lyrics from Toyah. The final track is the last session recorded by this line-up and hails from February 1982. This previously unreleased re-recording of the hit single 'I Want To Be Free' was produced by Steve Lillywhite in the Roundhouse Studios and went on to be used as the basis of the band's television performance on the British Rock & Pop Awards when Toyah was awarded Best Female Singer in early 1982. This track has not previously been released. All eight tracks are remastered by Nick Watson at Fluid Mastering and approved by Joel Bogen. The sleeve contains an out-take of the EP photography from the Safari archives plus full lyrics on a newly designed inner bag.
5013929186514

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Format: Vinyl
Label: CHERRY RED
Rel. Date: 12/16/2022
UPC: 5013929186514

Four More From Toyah [Colored Vinyl] (Viol) (Exp) (Uk)
Artist: Toyah
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Good Morning Universe
2. Urban Tribesmen
3. In the Fairground
4. The Furious Futures
5. Go Berserk (Tour Intro)
6. Stand Proud
7. Clapham Junction
8. I Want to Be Free (Roundhouse Session)

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Special Neon Violet Vinyl release expanding the 1981 EP 'Four More From Toyah' into an eight- track mini-LP. Newly remastered from the original master tapes. Originally released in late November 1981 and lead by the track 'Good Morning Universe', the EP was the fourth top 20 charting single for the band in that year, following the 'Four From Toyah' EP (lead by 'It's A Mystery'), 'I Want To Be Free' and 'Thunder In The Mountains'. The EP was the first material to be studio-recorded since the departure of drummer Nigel Glockler who was replaced by Simon Phillips. This EP contains eight tracks recorded by the line- up of Toyah Willcox (vocals), Joel Bogen (guitarist, co-writer and co-founder of the Toyah band), Adrian Lee (keyboards), Phil Spalding (bass) and the newly recruited Simon Phillips (drums). Side A contains all four of the tracks from the original EP. Side B opens with the previously unreleased, studio recorded tour intro track 'Go Berserk', including new vocals and snatches of lyrics from 'Neon Womb' and 'Urban Tribesmen' plus new dialogue that leads to a chilling crescendo. 'Go Berserk' was played before the band walked on stage on the European Tour of winter 1981. It is swiftly followed by the newly remastered 'Stand Proud' which often featured as the first song played live. The track originally appeared on a flexi-disc with initial copies of the 'Four More From Toyah' EP. The third track is 'Clapham Junction', an out-take that began in the session for the single 'Thunder In The Mountains', was finished with new drum parts from Simon Phillips and vocals/ lyrics from Toyah. The final track is the last session recorded by this line-up and hails from February 1982. This previously unreleased re-recording of the hit single 'I Want To Be Free' was produced by Steve Lillywhite in the Roundhouse Studios and went on to be used as the basis of the band's television performance on the British Rock & Pop Awards when Toyah was awarded Best Female Singer in early 1982. This track has not previously been released. All eight tracks are remastered by Nick Watson at Fluid Mastering and approved by Joel Bogen. The sleeve contains an out-take of the EP photography from the Safari archives plus full lyrics on a newly designed inner bag.
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