Various - NME / Rough Trade C81 mp3 album
Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection. I got this with NME on the day of issue and have kept it as best I can during the ensuing years. Try as I might, I cant get this on CD as a stand alone product. The tape has perished slightly but a mate at work transferred from cassette to CD.
Tracks A9 and B7 are substituted tracks. Many thanks to the NME for their efforts. This is the first release (catalogue number Copy 001) of ROUGH TAPES, the new Rough Trade tape cassette catalogue
C81 was compiled by NME journalist Roy Carr, and Christopher Rose, who worked in public relations for Rough Trade. To obtain a copy, NME readers needed to collect two coupons from the magazine and send off £. 0. The first printed coupons and advertisement for the cassette were in the issue dated 31 January 1981 The tape contained a set of 25 diverse tracks ranging from post-punk (Red Cray.
1986 compilation album by various artists. C86. Compilation album by. various artists. The tape was a belated follow-up to C81, a more eclectic collection of new bands, released by the NME in 1981 in conjunction with Rough Trade. C86 was similarly designed to reflect the new music scene of the time. It was compiled by NME writers Roy Carr, Neil Taylor and Adrian Thrills, who licensed tracks from labels including Creation, Subway, Probe Plus, Dan Treacy's Dreamworld Records, Jeff Barrett's Head Records, Pink, and Ron Johnson.
Simply stunning album and a Rough Trade Shops favourite. New Yorkers Mike Brandon, Luis Alfonso, Alex Q Amini View More. Fabio and Grooverider - 30 Years of Rage Part 1. Rage is approaching it's 30th anniversary. Fabio and Grooverider - 30 Years of Rage Part 2.
Redirected from C81 (music)). C81 was a cassette compiled for the British music paper NME in 1981 (hence (C)assette 81) and released in conjunction with the record label Rough Trade. Featuring a number of contemporary musical acts and performers, it was intended to mark the first five years of the independent label movement in the UK record industry and Rough Trade itself. It was the first in a series of many cassette releases from the paper, including the C86 compilation of 1986.