The Power of Love - Captain Sensible

The Power of Love
Released 20/07/2009. Captain Sensible was a founding member of legendary punk band The Damned. Whilst still a member of The Damned in 1982 he signed a solo deal with A&M Records. This is the follow up to Women And The Captains First, released in 1984 and featuring the hit singles Glad It’s All Over (UK number 6), Stop The World and I’m A Spider. This is the first time this album has been issued on CD in the UK and includes 4 non-album singles and 3 b-sides.
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Code: CDMRED409
Weight: 200
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Glad It’s All Over / It’s Hard To Believe I'm Not / It Would Be So Nice / Sir Donald's Son / Stop The World / Thanks For The Night / Royal Rave Up / I’m A Spider / Secrets / I Love Her / The Power Of Love / I Love You Bonus Tracks Back To School (B side To Stop The World) / Women Sago (B side To I’m A Spider) / There Are More Snakes Ladders Than (A side Single) / One Christmas Catalogue (A side Single) / Come On Down (A side Single) / Beggars Can Be Choosers (B side To Come On Down) / Revolution Now (A side Single)
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Women And Captains First
Released 20/07/2009. Captain Sensible was a founding member of legendary punk band The Damned. Whilst still a member of The Damned in 1982 he signed a solo deal with A&M Records. In June 1982, he reached number 1 in the UK with a cover of Roger’s and Hammerstein’s Happy Talk from the musical South Pacific. This is the first time this album has been released on CD in the UK. It also includes the follow up hit singles Wot and Croydon. This welcome reissue includes 6 bonus tracks - including bsides (one of which Damned On 45 is a 7 minute medley of Damned/Captain tracks) and a previously unreleased track from The Captain’s own archives. Our Price: £9.95

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Rare & Fatty (Unreleased Recordings 1976-1997)
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This collectable Bad Manners album re-issued in its original USA sleeve and features original and rare studio recordings first released in the UK on T-Leaf Records in 1997 and on Moon Ska in the USA a year later, and this release features the excellent extensive sleeve notes from that American release.

This album taken from Buster Bloodvessel’s personal vaults includes original versions of ‘Night Bus To Dalston’ and ‘Elizabethan Reggae’ and a rare version of the bands the Top 50 hit ‘That’ll Do Nicely’.

Stand out tracks include the excellent covers of Dave & Ansell Collins ‘Double Barrel’, and the Nancy Sinatra classic ‘These Boots (Were Made For Stomping’) and an excellent re-working of Prince Buster’s ‘Shakin’ Up Orange street’ into ‘Shaking Up Downing Street’.

A must for Ska and Bad Manners collectors!

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