9 thoughts on “ Their Dream Goes On - The Selecter - Celebrate The Bullet (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Nov 09,  · This album would have been a big hit in if it was not for the assassination attempt on Reagan - that incident killed the album (and its promotion) in its tracks. This, for me, is The Selecter's finest album: great ska and soul to a modern beat (n.b. it is not new wave nor pop music).4/5(47).
  2. Aug 31,  · Like most of the bands of the 'Two Tone' explosion, The Selecter widened their musical approach and subject matter for their 'difficult' second album. However, in some ways, this album remains more faithful to the Two-Tone ethos in terms of both musical style and world-view than some of the other bands linked to the Rude Boy scene of the late /5().
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Celebrate The Bullet on Discogs. Label: Chrysalis - ,Chrysalis - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Reggae • Style: Ska4/5(6).
  4. Recorded at Horizon Studios, Coventry October Reissue with label perimeter text spinning all around in English and German. Similar to Celebrate The Bullet - but the other version show the French price code that is missing here. The initial German version shows the cat# - but only GEMA, and also missing the black bar across the front cover with "New Album The Selecter"/5(12).
  5. Celebrate the Bullet is the second album by British ska band The Selecter, released in February on Chrysalis Records after the band had left the 2 Tone label. The album was recorded with producer Roger Lomas, who plays bass on some songs, and frequently seeks a more slow, eclectic sound, with new wave influences. Band members Charley Anderson and Desmond Brown, uncomfortable with the Genre: Ska, 2 Tone, new wave.
  6. The Selecter Celebrate The Bullet + belly-band UK vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: 1. (Who Likes) Facing Situations 2. Deepwater 3. Red Reflections 4. Tell Me What's Wrong 5. Bombscare 6. Washed Up And Left For Dead 7. Celebrate The Bullet 8. Selling Out Your Future 9. Cool Blue.
  7. A1 – (Who Likes) Facing SituationsA2 – DeepwaterA3 – Red ReflectionsA4 – Tell Me What’s WrongA5 – BombscareA6 – Washed Up And Left For DeadB1 – Celebrate The BulletB2 – Selling Out Your FutureB3 – Cool Blue LadyB4 – Their Dream Goes OnB5 – Bristol And Miami Japan pressing with insert, no obi. Clean vinyl Continue reading The Selecter – Celebrate The Bullet (LP, Album).
  8. The Selecter are cool! I bought this album on vinyl when it first came out and I still have it (God, I'm showing my age!). All the ska revival was good, but this album was different, more experimental, less punky! Celebrate The Bullet and Sellng Out Your Future are 2 of my favourite songs of all time/5(16).
  9. The Selecter are a 2 Tone ska revival band from Coventry, England, formed in mid The Selecter featured a diverse line-up, both in terms of race and gender, initially consisting of Arthur 'Gaps' Hendrickson and Pauline Black on lead vocals, Neol Davies and Compton Amanor on guitar, Desmond Brown on Hammond organ, Charley 'H' Bembridge on drums, and Charley Anderson on bass.

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