Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Includes insert. Named after the UK's emergency telephone number, the English punk rock band 999 was founded in London by singer and guitarist Nick Cash, and Guy Days. They recruited Jon Watson on bass and Pablo LaBritain on drums, LaBritain having briefly played with the Clash. 999 soon established themselves as a powerful live act on the London punk scene. 'I'm Alive' became a firm favourite in the punk clubs. Their self-titled debut album 999, produced by Andy Arthurs, was originally released in March 1978. The singles 'Me And My Desire' and 'Emergency' demonstrated their strengths. 'Emergency' was included in Mojo magazine's list of the best punk rock singles of all time. 999's debut album was one of the best punk albums to come out in 1978 in the UK and is still an essential.
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Includes insert. Named after the UK's emergency telephone number, the English punk rock band 999 was founded in London by singer and guitarist Nick Cash, and Guy Days. They recruited Jon Watson on bass and Pablo LaBritain on drums, LaBritain having briefly played with the Clash. 999 soon established themselves as a powerful live act on the London punk scene. 'I'm Alive' became a firm favourite in the punk clubs. Their self-titled debut album 999, produced by Andy Arthurs, was originally released in March 1978. The singles 'Me And My Desire' and 'Emergency' demonstrated their strengths. 'Emergency' was included in Mojo magazine's list of the best punk rock singles of all time. 999's debut album was one of the best punk albums to come out in 1978 in the UK and is still an essential.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MOVL
Rel. Date: 01/15/2021
UPC: 8719262011984

999 [180-Gram Black Vinyl]
Artist: 999
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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Includes insert. Named after the UK's emergency telephone number, the English punk rock band 999 was founded in London by singer and guitarist Nick Cash, and Guy Days. They recruited Jon Watson on bass and Pablo LaBritain on drums, LaBritain having briefly played with the Clash. 999 soon established themselves as a powerful live act on the London punk scene. 'I'm Alive' became a firm favourite in the punk clubs. Their self-titled debut album 999, produced by Andy Arthurs, was originally released in March 1978. The singles 'Me And My Desire' and 'Emergency' demonstrated their strengths. 'Emergency' was included in Mojo magazine's list of the best punk rock singles of all time. 999's debut album was one of the best punk albums to come out in 1978 in the UK and is still an essential.