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The Unmistakeable Sound of Independence since 1978 | Call to order: +44 (0)20 8996 3120
Crossover The Edge contains in-depth features on over a hundred key bands from the scene’s 1980s heyday, including Agnostic Front, Cro Mags, Crumbsuckers, Leeway, Gang Green, Nuclear Assault, Lethal Aggression, D.R.I., Corrosion of Conformity, Impulse Manslaughter, Verbal Abuse, Attitude Adjustment, Suicidal Tendencies, Excel, Beowulf, Dr. Know, Septic Death, Cryptic Slaughter, Accused, Dayglo Abortions, Discharge, Broken Bones, English Dogs, Sacrilege, Warfare, Raw Power, Rumble Militia, Lobotomia, Overkill L.A., Mentors, Void and Amebix. Another five hundred bands are also featured however briefly.
The remaining stocks of Marc’s lush and comprehensive collection of photographs celebrating his 35 years as a performer are available now at a special mail order price exclusively from Cherry Red Records. In this deluxe picture rich career overview, Marc opens up his extensive personal archive of images and, alongside contributions from many major music photographers, the book presents over 140 of the most inventive and eye-catching pictures from each era of Marc’s long and acclaimed career. The selections are enhanced throughout with Marc’s personal thoughts, memories and insights and the book ends with a fully illustrated discography evidencing his wonderfully diverse career and absolutely unique creative sensibility.
We are able to offer this book at a specially reduced price of £19.50 plus P+P which is over 50% off the published price.
Also available with the Marc Almond 'Dead Eyed Child/Black Satin' Limited Edition Clear 7" Vinyl Single and Limited Edition black 12" Vinyl pressing of 'Against Nature' as an exclusive bundle deal here!
Turn Up The Strobe tells the story of two of the Twentieth Century’s most vital artists, and those who understood them. A story of success, fear, ego, power, graffiti, house music, independence, control, disaster, the Roland TR-808, love, sheep, marketing, God, death, 12” vinyl records, escape, freedom, populism, a Ford Galaxie and the money and fame all of these things attract.