Monochrome Set: Access All Areas

Monochrome Set SKU: 28080275
Monochrome Set: Access All Areas

Monochrome Set: Access All Areas

Monochrome Set SKU: 28080275

Format: CD

Regular price $9.99

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Title: Access All Areas
Artist: Monochrome Set
Label: Edsel
UPC: 5014797891975
Genre: Rock

Deluxe two disc (CD + PAL/Region 2 DVD) live release. The concert was originally recorded for broadcast on ITV and released here for the first time. The high quality recording has been remastered and are featured both on a DVD and audio CD alongside extended notes, new interviews, imagery and memorabilia. The Monochrome Set, fronted by Indian-born singer and songwriter Bid, were one of the leading indie bands of the late Seventies/early Eighties. Emerging for the same Hornsey School of Art scene as Adam Ant, they have influenced bands as diverse as the Smiths and Franz Ferdinand. Their concert at the Central TV studios, screened in March 1991, marked a comeback, inspired by their popularity in Japan where they attained genuine pop-idol status. Songs played include the classic 'He's Frank', since covered by Iggy Pop and Norman Cook for the TV series Heroes, 'Reach For Your Gun', 'Fun For All The Family' and 'The Lighter Side Of Dating' from 1980's debut long-player, Strange Boutique plus selections from their Japanese chart album Dante's Casino.


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