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The Specials - More... Or Less. - The Specials Live album flac Performer: The Specials
Title: More... Or Less. - The Specials Live
Style: Ska
Released: 2012
MP3 album: 1200 mb
FLAC album: 1143 mb
Rating: 4.9
Genre: Rock / Reggae

The Specials is the debut album by British ska revival band The Specials. Released on 19 October 1979 on Jerry Dammers' 2 Tone label, the album is seen by some as the defining moment in the UK ska scene. Produced by Elvis Costello, the album captures the disaffection and anger felt by the youth of the UK's "concrete jungle"-a phrase borrowed from Bob Marley's 1972 album Catch a Fire but equally apposite used here to describe the grim, violent inner cities of 1970s Britain.

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How live was the first album? It was more or less recorded with everyone playing at once, then some vocals redone and maybe some brass done as overdubs. On the second album, we started moving towards recording Roddy’s guitar and my additional keyboard parts separately as overdubs, even the drums where I used the cheesy home organ rhythm machines and arpeggiators.

I loved Specials when I first saw them at 17 in 1979, still love them now in 2016! Seeing them live this October, I can't wait! Vws Vas3 năm trước. A brilliant yet underrated album. The Specials had everything :) Paul Coddington3 năm trước. standenberg Stylistically, it fills the gap between "Specials" and "Special AKA". david hernandez3 năm trước.

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