Television Personalities: Some Kind Of Happening (singles 1978-1989)

Television Personalities: Some Kind Of Happening (singles 1978-1989)

Television Personalities: Some Kind Of Happening (singles 1978-1989)

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Title: Some Kind Of Happening (singles 1978-1989)
Artist: Television Personalities
Label: Fire Records
UPC: 809236152824
Genre: Rock

Television Personalities - Some Kind of Happening: Singles 1978-1989. "Treacy is the outsider's outsider, committed to a raw honesty, constantly bearing witness to his own suffering, his own weakness and fallibility." The Quietus // A comprehensive remastered collection of all of the Television Personalities' ground-breaking single releases from the Peel-approved '14th Floor' through to the effervescent 'Salvador Dali's Garden Party' EP. Includes the super rare Creation flexi, the TVPs as The Gifted Children, and the even rarer Caff 45 where the band tackle Stock, Aitken And Waterman. Purists will also find two shelved 45s for the Dreamworld label plus their take on Syd Barrett's 'Apples And Oranges' from the 'Beyond The Wildwood' tribute album. Features the seminal 'Where's Bill Grundy Now' and the self-effacing 'Part Time Punks' alongside a host of pop culture-bating gems. A celebration of the songwriting of Dan Treacy.

1.1 14th Floor
1.2 Oxford St., W.1
1.3 Part Time Punks
1.4 Where's Bill Grundy Now?
1.5 Happy Families
1.6 Posing at the Roundhouse
1.7 The Prettiest Girl in the World
1.8 If That's What Love Is
1.9 Miracles Take Longer
1.10 Apples and Oranges
1.11 Smashing Time
1.12 King and Country
1.13 I Know Where Syd Barrett Lives
1.14 Arthur the Gardener
1.15 Painting By Numbers
1.16 Lichtenstein Girl
1.17 Three Wishes
1.18 Geoffrey Ingram
1.19 And Don't the Kids Just Love It!
1.20 Biff, Bang, Pow!
1.21 A Picture of Dorian Gray (Live)
2.1 A Sense of Belonging
2.2 Paradise Estate
2.3 How I Learned to Love the Bomb
2.4 Then God Snaps His Fingers
2.5 Now You're Just Being Ridiculous
2.6 She's Only the Grocer's Daughter
2.7 A Girl Called Charity
2.8 Salvador Dali's Garden Party
2.9 The Room at the Top of the Stairs
2.10 This Time There's No Happy Ending
2.11 Part One: Fulfilling the Contractual Obligations
2.12 I Still Believe in Magic
2.13 Respectable
2.14 Privilege
2.15 Me and My Desire
2.16 My Imaginary Friend
2.17 I Remember Bridget Riley
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