Monday, September 27, 2010

The Monochrome Set- Early Recordings: 1975-1977 "White Noise" (Capitured Tracks 73)

"THE MONOCHROME SET have a huge legacy in post-punk and indie rock history. White Noise represents the period before their first LP or 7-inch, before punk really took hold in the UK, in fact. These seven songs from '75-'77 have never appeared on vinyl before this release, and we're thrilled to get it out there. Monochrome Set have recently reformed for a European tour." (Midhaven)

Sardonic, low-key rock with a crystal clear Velvets influence. Hints of Devo-esque New Wave in tracks like "We Are Zarbie" & "Flesh.Trash.Heat". A tasty serving of '70s pre-punk from this largely underrated group. 320 Vinyl Rip by yours truly.

Mediafire Download Link: The Monochrome Set- Early Recordings: 1975-1977 "White Noise" (Captured Tracks 73)

1. “Inside Your Heart”
2. “White Noise”
3. “We Are Zarbie”
4. “I Don't Know”
5. “Flesh, Trash, Heat”
6. “Private Dick”
7. “It's More Than Just Love”


litlgrey said...

Oooh, thank you!

Holly said...

Another discovery. Good rainy day music, and hey, it's raining!

d.ross said...

Thanks so much for your work. I found this blog looking for Jacques Loussier and now I find some early MS I didn't know about it. Now I can simply start to trust you taste...

Anonymous said...

Brilliant! Ta muchly, and just sorry I haven't got any of the stuff you're looking for - you'll find some of my posts over at edo's here:

cheers, Dave Sez.

Anonymous said...

Ah ha, but seeing d.ross's comment above and finding your Jacques Loussier post for which again ta muchly, maybe you haven't spotted this before?

The Jacques Loussier Trio - BBC Session, 2004

Bach - Prelude in C Major
Bach - Gavotte in D Major
Bach - Pastorale in C Minor
Bach - Aria from Suite in D Major (Air on a G String)
Bach - Italian Concerto
Debussy - Arabesque No. 1
Satie - Gymnopedie No. 1
Bach - Tocata and Fugue in D Minor

Immaculate rip @320kbs from DVD of original BBC4

Cheers, Dave Sez.

pinkpressthreat said...

Wow,ta! Dave sez was helping me out with some Wire posts and pointed me (inspired choice,Dave) here...thanks again :)

Anonymous said...

found your site while trying to find out more on ngozi family. a lot of albums i've been looking for on here and so many more i never knew of. many thanks.

gobeco said...

Graet recordings!!!

shrubstik said...

Many thanks indeed