THE NAME
Peterborough

 

 

 

   

Forget Art Let's Dance / Misfits

Catalogue Number - DIN 14

Label - Dindisc Records

Year Of Release - 1980

 

   

"You're Gonna Lose That Girl" / "Misfit".

Above is an original Double sided 7" acetate for the bands proposed debut single. It was pulled at the last minute in
favour of "Forget Art, Let's Dance" / "Misfit".
Only 3 Copies Made.

 

   

Above is an original Double sided 7" White Label Test Pressing for the bands proposed debut single. It was pulled at the last minute in
favour of "Forget Art, Let's Dance" / "Misfit".
Only 6 Copies Made.
Matrix Run-Out On A-Side - MIXED BY GRAM WAZIR - A BILBO BOPPA! - DIN 14 A-1
Matrix Run-Out On B-Side -TODAY PETERBRO'... PREPARE FOR BASASTONIA TA1PE - DIN 14 B-1

 

Above is an original One sided 7" acetate for the bands debut single on the 'Tape 1" label from 1980.

 

           

Matrix Run-Out On A-Side - BILBO - DIN 14 DJ A4
Matrix Run-Out On B-Side -TODAY PETERBRO'... PREPARE FOR BASASTONIA TA1PE - DIN 14 B-1

 

Above is an original Gig ad from the 'NME' from Monday 30th July 1979 for 'Vespas', Global Village, London.

 

Above is an original 11½" x 16½" Gig Poster for "The Scene Club" which was held at the 'De Grey Rooms', York for 'The Name', 'C.O.2.' & 'The Direct Hits' from Friday 28th September 1979.

 

The above snippet appeared in the "Maximum Speed" #8 from1979.

 

The above article was taken from the fanzine "Maximum Speed" #9 from 1981

 

The above review was taken from the fanzine "Extraordinary Sensations" #2
from 1981

 

 

Above is an original Gig Ticket for 'The Killermeters', 'The Name' & 'The Scene' from Saturday 5th April 1980 for the 'The Penthouse', Scarborough.

 

Above is an original Gig advertt from the 'NME' for 'The Purple Hearts', 'The V.I.P.'s', 'The Step' & 'The Name' from Friday 25th April 1980 from the 'Electric Ballroom', London.

 

 

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