Gangsters - The Specials Featuring Rico* - Live At The Lyceum 1979 (CD, Album)

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  1. The Specials first single, released when they were still known as The Special A.K.A.. Also the first release on *2Tone Records, number TT1.
  2. THE SPECIALS Specials - Deluxe Edition ( UK track double CD set containing a digitally remastered version of their debut album which was produced by Elvis Costello, along with a collection of bonus recordings including the Too Much Too Young EP and a live performance recorded in at the Paris Theatre in December ; fold-out digipak picture sleeve with booklet).
  3. The Gangsters, an Album by The Gangsters. Released in on Stortbeat (catalog no. BEAT 2; Vinyl LP). Genres: Power Pop.
  4. Gangsters [Live] Lyrics: Bernie Rhodes knows Don't Argue / Why must you record my phone calls? / Are you planning a bootleg LP? / Said you've been threatened by gangsters / Now it's you, that's.
  5. Jan 13,  · The Specials (originally known as The Coventry Automatics, then later named The Special AKA) were the first band of the 2-Tone era in the late '70s and early '80s in cofymvoodookinosthordiri.xyzinfo musically by keyboardist Jerry Dammers, the band also comprised Terry Hall (lead vox), Neville Staple (vox/percussion), Lynval Golding (rhythm gtr/vox), Roddy "Radiation" Byers (lead gtr), Sir Horace .
  6. THE SPECIALS Specials - Deluxe Edition ( UK track double CD set containing a digitally remastered version of their debut album which was produced by Elvis Costello, along with a collection of bonus recordings including the Too Much Too Young EP and a live performance recorded in at the Paris Theatre in December ; fold-out.
  7. Released: 28 July A side Gangsters B side The Selecter Having been rejected by numerous record companies The Specials decided to release a self-financed single. If the legend is to be believed the single was recorded for a mere £ financed by a ‘sort of’ local businessman by the name of ‘Jimbo’. It is said that a piano part on.
  8. "Gangsters" is the first single by the Special A.K.A. (The Specials). Release. After a limited 5, copies of the track were distributed by the fledgling 2 Tone record label in May , as a double A-side along with "The Selecter" by label mates the Selecter, it was given a full release two months later, when it went on to reach No. 6 in the UK charts in the summer of , becoming both The Genre: Ska.
  9. Street Style is the era's New York-type of clothing. It's commonly seen in gangsters, rappers, hip-hoppers, and gangsters, and is similar to the skater/urban look -- baggy jeans, big black.

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