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On January 1st 1977 The Roxy opened exclusively for the New Wave. There was nowhere else for most of the groups to play. We promoted the music until April 23rd, and enjoyed it. Andrew Czezowski Ralf Jedraszczyk Barry Jones. Recording by Manor Mobile. Matrix, Runout (Runout side A stamped, variant 1): 1 SHSP 4069 A - 3 GL. Matrix, Runout (Runout side B stamped, etched, variant 1): 1 SHSP 4069 B - 2 GM BLAIR  . TC-SHSP 4069, OC 262-99 206.

Roxy London WC2: A Live Punk Box Set. 2004. The Roxy London Wc2 (Jan-Apr '77).

The Roxy London WC2 (Jan–Apr 77) - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. В альбом вошло 12 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 35:08. The Roxy London WC2 (Jan–Apr 77). 1977г.

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Redirected from Live at the Roxy WC2). The Roxy London WC2 is a live album of recordings taken from various punk bands that played at The Roxy club in Covent Garden, London between January and April 1977. The original Harvest Records release in 1977 (cat. no. SHSP 4069) included tracks by Eater, Johnny Moped, and the Unwanted that were left off the 1991 Receiver reissue (cat. RR 132). Also, the Boys, the Damned, Sham 69 and . Subs appeared on the reissue but not the original.

The Roxy London WC2 (Jan–Apr 77). 12" Vinyl. Release group information. Artist: Various Artists.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Slaughter And The Dogs Runaway
Bass – Zip BatesDrums – Brian GranthamGuitar – Mick RossiVocals – Wayne BarrettWritten-By – Rossi*, Barrett*
A2 Slaughter And The Dogs Boston Babies
Bass – Zip BatesDrums – Brian GranthamGuitar – Mick RossiVocals – Wayne BarrettWritten-By – Rossi*, Barrett*
A3 The Unwanted Freedom
Bass – Paul GrotesqueDrums – Danny DestroyGuitar – Mark Nelson Vocals – Olli WisdomWritten-By – Destroy*, Nelson*, Wisdom*, Grotesque*
A4 Wire Lowdown
Bass – Lewis*Drums – Robert GotobedGuitar – Gilbert*Vocals – Klive Written-By – Gilbert*, Newman*, Lewis*, Gotobed*
A5 Wire 1.2.X.U.
Bass – Lewis*Drums – Robert GotobedGuitar – Gilbert*Vocals – Klive Written-By – Gilbert*, Newman*, Lewis*, Gotobed*
A6 The Adverts Bored Teenagers
Bass – Gaye AdvertDrums – Laurie DriverGuitar – Howard PickupVocals – T.V. Smith*Written-By – T.V. Smith*
B1 Johnny Moped Hard Loving Man
Bass – Fred Burke*Drums – Dave Burke*Guitar – Slimey Toad*Vocals – Johnny*Written-By – Halford*
B2 Eater Don't Need It
Bass – Ian WoodcockDrums – Dee GenerateGuitar, Vocals – Brian ChevetteVocals – Andy BladeWritten-By – Blade*, Chevette*, Generate*, Woodcock*
B3 Eater 15
Bass – Ian WoodcockDrums – Dee GenerateGuitar, Vocals – Brian ChevetteVocals – Andy BladeWritten-By – Cooper*, Dunaway*, Buxton*, Bruce*, Smith*
B4 X-Ray Spex Oh Bondage! Up Yours
Bass – Paul Dean Drums – Richard Tee*Guitar – Jak S. FaffordSaxophone – Lora LogicVocals – Poly StyreneWritten-By – Styrene*
B5 Buzzcocks Breakdown
Bass – Garth SmithDrums – John MaherLead Vocals, Guitar – Peter Shelley*Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – Steve DiggleWritten-By – Devoto*, Shelley*
B6 Buzzcocks Love Battery
Bass – Garth SmithDrums – John MaherLead Vocals, Guitar – Peter Shelley*Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – Steve DiggleWritten-By – Devoto*, Shelley*

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – EMI (NZ) Ltd.
  • Marketed By – EMI (NZ) Ltd.

Credits

  • Design [Cover Design] – Barry Jones
  • Engineer – Chris Hollebone, Phil Newell
  • Photography [Front Cover, Other] – J. R.
  • Photography [Other] – Annette Weatherman, Derek Ridgers, Ralf Jedetcetera, Richard Braine
  • Producer – Mike Thorne
  • Recorded By – Manor Mobile

Notes

On January 1st 1977 The Roxy opened exclusively for the New Wave.
There was nowhere else for most of the groups to play.
We promoted the music until April 23rd, and enjoyed it.

Andrew Czezowski
Ralf Jedraszczyk
Barry Jones

Recording by Manor Mobile. Mixed in London.
Produced for Sisterdale (P) 1977 Sisterdale Ltd.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SHSP 4069, 0C 062-99 206 Various The Roxy London WC2 (Jan - Apr 77) ‎(LP, Album) Harvest, Harvest SHSP 4069, 0C 062-99 206 UK 1977
CMDDD353 Various The Roxy London WC2 (Jan - Apr 77) ‎(2xCD, RE) Sanctuary Records CMDDD353 UK 2001
EMS 1189 Various The Roxy London WC2 (Jan - Apr 77) ‎(LP, Comp, RP) EMI EMS 1189 UK 1980
TC-SHSP 4069, OC 262-99 206 Various The Roxy London W.C.2. ‎(Cass, Album) Harvest, Harvest TC-SHSP 4069, OC 262-99 206 UK 1977
1C 064-99 206 Various The Roxy London WC2 (Jan - Apr 77) ‎(LP, Comp, RE, Unofficial) Harvest , EMI Electrola 1C 064-99 206 Germany Unknown