The Peel Sessions 1988–90 is a Bolt Thrower album consisting of three Peel Sessions. It is released on Strange Fruit: DEI 8118-2 in 1991 and recorded live in the studio. It is produced by Dale Griffin. The tracks 1 to 4 are from the first Peel session. Track 5 to 8 are from their second Peel session and the last four tracks are from the last Peel session. This is the only recording of the track "Domination". The intro of the song was later used for "Prophet of Hatred".
The Pooh Sticks were an indie pop band from Swansea, Wales recording between 1988 and 1995. They were notable for their jangly melodiousness and lyrics gently mocking the indie scene of the time such as on "On Tape", "Indiepop Ain't Noise Pollution" and "I Know Someone Who Knows Someone Who Knows Alan McGee Quite Well".
Peel Sessions: 19/04/1988 The Pooh Sticks. What else happened in 1988? Peel Biography 1986-1989: Fifty Years Of John. John Peel Day. Peel Biography.
June 7, 1988 - April 2, 1989. Autumn Comfort Heartache Rainy Day Relaxation. The John Peel Sessions 1988-1989.
Album Name The Peel Sessions 1988-90. Data de aparición 26 Octubre 1991. Labels Strange Fruit. Estilo MusicalDeath Metal. Miembros poseen este álbum25. Recorded live during the John Peel sessions at the BBC (English Radio), between '88 and '90. 1. Forgotten Existence. 2. Attack in the Aftermath. 3. Psychological Warfare.
|Peel Session 1988/05/03|
|A2||I Know Someone Who Knows Alan McGee Quite Well|
|A4||Indiepop Ain't Noise Pollution|
|Peel Session 1989/05/18|
|A7||Hard On Love|
|A8||Dare, True, Kiss, Promise|