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Various - Debut LP Magazine - Issue 11 flac album
Title:
Debut LP Magazine - Issue 11
Performer:
Style:
New Wave, Pop Rock, Synth-pop, Indie Rock
Released:
FLAC album size:
1120 mb
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Rating:
4.5 ✪

Large thick magazine with record LP in the back of the cover. The Stranglers are on the cover of the magazine. Track B4: Taken From The Limited . Dream Time' Live At The Lyceum. There is only one version of this release. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A, etched; '2 Λ' stamped): LP∙MAG∙7∙A1 2 Λ. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B, etched; 'Λ' stamped): LP∙MAG∙7∙B1 Λ.

Various – Debut LP Magazine - Issue 03 Label: Debut – LP MAG 3 Series: Debut LP Magazine – Issue 03 Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation Country: UK Released: 1984 Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop Style: New Wave, Pop Rock, Synth-pop 800 р. 13 янв 2016. Хабиби (пластинки из личной коллекции). Seduction – Breakdown Label: Vendetta Records – 7 1 Format: 2 Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM Country: US Released: 1990 Genre: Electronic Style: House 500 р. 12 янв 2016. Хабиби (пластинки из личной коллекции)

Debut lp magazine - issue 07. Description. UK 11 track original compilation lp + 62-PAGE magazine gatefold p/s (DEBUT7/LPMAG7). LP. Country of Origin.

Originally Released: 1984. Label: Debut Records. Description by OLDIES. com: LP and magazine. Open Monday-Friday: 8:30am-10pm, Saturday: 10am-9pm, Sunday: 11am-8pm (Eastern Time).

Entitled Auferstehung, details of the album are scarce having been revealed in typically cryptic Downwards style. All we know is that the album contains 11 tracks and marks an end and a beginning at the same time.

Re-released November 9, 2018 via the band’s original label, No Sleep Records, the album boasts re-amped guitars from the original recording files by Grammy-nominated recording vet Will Yip (Code Orange, Circa Survive, The Menzingers), a new mix by Dave Schiffman (Charlie XCX, Trash Talk, Thrice), and was re-mastered by Emily Lazar (Morrissey, Beck, Coldplay). The culmination of sleepless nights and exhausting recording sessions, the album’s raw, frantic guitar work and captivating lyricism created a debut album that captured the power and promise of an unyielding young band poised to break out.

Wresker + Kilobite - Underworld (Original Mix) 4:34 09. Inerpois & Backup - Vegan vs Freelancer (Original Mix) 5:41 10. Senpai - Life Form (Original Mix) 6:08 11. Frosper & Hevax - Nameless Place (Original Mix) 5:23 12. Highpro - Napalm (Original Mix) 5:23 13. Paperclip x . as - Beloved (Original Mix) 5:12 14. OFFsky - Risk It All (Original Mix) 5:00 15. Shiza - Angar (Original Mix) 5:18 16. CRS - Geomatics (Original Mix) 5:39.

Tracklist

A1 Monochrome Set* Starry Nowhere 3:45
A2 Beltane Fire Run Like Beltane Fire 3:20
A3 Yes Lets* Carried Away 3:26
A4 Kirsty MacColl Eighty Year Old Millionaire 2:51
A5 Adventures* These Children 3:16
A6 Colourfield* Sorry 3:15
B1 Duck You Sucker I'm Yours She Said 4:18
B2 Maxi Priest Should I 3:26
B3 New Order Sunrise 4:28
B4 Big Sound Authority Person I Want To Be 3:50
B5 Tears For Fears The Big Chair 3:18

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Debut Music Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – CBS

Notes

Large thick magazine with record LP in the back of the cover.
Tears For Fears are on the cover of the magazine.
Reviews:
  • Wetiwavas
NB - the New Order track, "Sunrise", is an instrumental version which has never been made available anywhere else.
  • Oppebro
These Debut Magazine/Records are fantastic. They had a fairly short run most likely because of the expense of creating and distributing a magazine and an album packaged together in a gate-fold sleeve (magazine stapled inside the fold). Licensing the tracks must have been fairly costly and with NME/Melody Maker as competition - well, it's easy to see why Debut Magazine didn't last. Near the end of their run the Debut issues were cut down in size - from a 12" vinyl & magazine to a 10". As far as I know there are only two 10" releases. The bands featured on the record were always featured in some way in the magazine. There were usually a handful of really well known bands/artists and a handful of lesser to complete unknowns. Some appear to be one-off bands never to be seen or heard from again. The music is hit and miss but it's a perfect example of what was going on in the mid 1980s. Today you only hear 80s music that caught in the filter - but it only scrapes the surface of what was out there. Debut captured everything: synth-pop, jangly "C86", electro-pop, Gothic bands (not "goth"), funk-rock, Hi-NRG, reggae, the birth of hip-hop and freestyle, the stragling tail of punk, the changes in post-punk, etc. The best bits, however, are in the magazine. If you weren't around in the 80s and you want to see what it was really like - you must check out Debut Magazine. Great fashion spreads and short but well written articles about musical trends, bands, travel, art, etc. In addition, all the adverts from the 80s - various brands of boomboxes, Sony Walkman, Radio Luxembourg, brands of jeans you just don't see anymore, lots of synthesizer adverts, etc. Debut is a real "wayback" machine. A German language edition, Debüt, was also issued in the same format (magazine/record) but with slightly if not totally different content/music.