Airstrip One (but what's in name anyway, ya know?) this UK batch sound as if they quickly absorbed the earliest records by Killing Joke, U2, and perhaps even Comsat Angels and decided to have a merry go at the post-punk thing themselves. Recording under this name from 1981-82, they ostensibly re-calibrated themselves a little later in the decade as the dancier Escape From New York, but I haven't 100 percent confirmation of this (just going by Discogs stats, folks). Airstrip didn't waste a second of this angsty three-songer, offering ample presence and texture not to mention a dab of social consciousness, albeit a little derivative. I really enjoy this and must hear more, hopefully to share at a future date.
A. Longer to Live
B1. English Guns
Rod Hart - BREAKEROO LP 76 - Was super thrilled to see this in the record store last week. Remember the song from the classic double vinyl compilation 'Road Music' I had posted lon...
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