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Global thing: Killing Joke - Turn To Red (1979)



 
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created on: 19/01/2023
by: bob (9090)
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Properties :
EP - Mini Album
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Dub
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Punk
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Displayed (written) info :
nervous system.KILLING JOKE.turn to red.KILLING JOKE.are you receiving
Originally released :
1979
Language - Artwork :
English
Tracks :
Disc/Track Title Duration
1
Nervous System
4:18
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Turn To Red
3:58
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Are You Receiving
4:50
Credits :
Engineer : Mark Angelo Lusardi [Mark Lusardi]
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Graphic Design By : Mike Coles
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Producer : Killing Joke
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Published By : Malicious Damage
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Notes :
Turn to Red (sometimes known as Almost Red or Nervous System) is an EP and the debut release by English post-punk band Killing Joke. It was released as a 7-inch EP on 26 October 1979 by Malicious Damage and re-released as a 12-inch EP on 14 December by Island Records.

The band was formed in June. The first song the band composed was "Are You Receiving?".

On 26 October 1979, the EP was officially released in 10" format by Malicious Damage. Melody Maker made it Single of the Week on 10 November 1979. A supportive namecheck by John Lydon in NME secured more interest in the new band.

On 14 December 1979, it was re-released in 7" and 12" format by Island Records, now with "Almost Red" added, a dub remix of the title track.

The Turn to Red release became a collectable for the four scarce "art cards" that were included with the disc in its clear plastic sleeve. The track "Turn to Red" featured a locked groove, repeating the word 'red' infinitely. The building featured on the sleeve is Centre Point in New Oxford Street, London.
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Item number : 54505

Submitted by : bob (9090)
on : 19/01/2023
Refined by : bob (9090)
Last updated on: 19/01/2023