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Added 5th June 2007 by graham


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808 State, Toss the Feathers, What? Noise, Suns Of Arqa, Bop Cassettes, Mighty Force

Cassette cover for Bop Cassettes Freak Beats Vol ! compilation
(also on Vynil ).
Mighty Force worked out at Strawbery studios (think one guy was an engineer there) they had something on the short lived Cut Deep lable.
What Noise (was Chris Nagle in thsi band ,Factory sound engineer)
Suns of arqa - Govindas house ,(This was a piece of multitrack tape that must have been worn out ,it had so many remixes
not shure whos mixed this one,Mick Ward had got Prince Far I
to record some vocals on it when the Prince played the Band On the Wall back in the mid 80s?)
808 State s State Ritual is a different Mix to the one that 6appears on the album Quadrastate.
am i right in thinking Alison Martin put some of this together?
Cover by Mick Peek of Peek design.(he had a studio above Johnson and Panaas (Mcr Designers for a lot of factory stuff)

Latest Discussion

“Yup, Alison Martin and Sarah Champion - and yes, "What? Noise" was Chris and Julia Nagle.”
“That version of What? Noise was Chris and Julia with Tim... can't remember his second name right now but he was in the punk band Blitz.

This was a joint release of Bop Cassettes and Scam Records. The SC of Scam was Sarah Champion, the AM was Alison Martin.”
“Oh Yes ,I remember Tim (but not his second name) He was also a sound engineer at a studio just off Stockport Market.
(Cavalier?),Blmey a band of 3 sound engineers ,must sound amazing?.
SCAM mustnt be confused with the long running electronica label SKAM from mcr . both pioneering lables in their own way”
“Tim's surname was Harris.”
19 May 2015
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