Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Various Artists - Futurama Rock 80, The Queens Hall, Leeds, UK - 13&14.10.1980 (MPEG)













Excellent documentary in 4 parts, full of live performances, capturing a very clear picture of the independent music scene in begining of the 80's. Huge Thanks to the anonimous collaborator.

Lineage: VHS(0) -> Panasonic NV-HS860 -> EZCAP With Arcsoft Showbiz -> MPEG2

Part 1 - 24.41m
Classix Nouveau - Soldier
Acrobats of Desire - Queen Of The Wake
League Of Gentlemen - Dislocated
Young Marble Giants - Colossal Youth
Not Sensibles - Death To Disco
ABC (Vice - Versa) - Deocratic Dancebeat
Hazel O'Connor's Megahype - Zoo
Hazel O'Connor's Megahype - Glass Houses

Part 2 - 26.37m
The Flowers - After Dark
Boots For Dancing - Parachute
Music For Pleasure - Madness at the Mission
The Mirror Boys - The Boot of My Car
Guy Jackson - Radio 1
Athletico Spizz '80 - Clocks Are Big
Athletico Spizz '80 - Soldier Soldier
Echo And The Bunnymen - Crocodiles

Part 3 - 25.01m
Durutti Column - Sketch For Summer
Artery - Afterwards
Frantic Elevators - Production Prevention
...Or Was He Pushed? - Paean to a T.
I'm So Hollolw - Touch
Blah! Blah! Blah! - But I Loved You
Eaten Alive By Insects - John waine's Jacket
The Soft Boys - Only The Stones Remain
Altered Images - Dead Pop Stars

Part 4 - 23.39m
Tribesman - Kwesi Style
Blurt - Hard Down On The Joystick
The Danse Society - Sink
Naked Lunch - Fade Away
Clock DVA - 4 Hours
Siouxsie and The Banshees - Paradise Place
Siouxsie and The Banshees - Eve White, Eve Black
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5 comments:

  1. Fantastic, but we are sadly missing part one :-( Any chance you could help with this part too? THANK YOU!!

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    1. Part 1 added. Thanks for the tip.

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  2. thank you. my 2nd fave altered images song (after a days wait) back when they were
    all siouxsie like. and on the banshees tour. the other stuff is great too. wanted to see for so long.

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  3. Thanks a lot for this. I caught some of the action on tv soon after the event and then attended Futurama 2 the next year. That one might have been even better than the first event. The late 70s to early 80s was certainly a special era for music.

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