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URGH! A Music War (2xLP, Album, Comp). A&M Records, Valentim De Carvalho. Somehow, I suspect they are not!
A1: Virgin Music Inc. A2: Big Talk Music A3: Sweet 'N' Sour Songs Limited A4: Dinsongs Lt. Virgin Music Inc. A5: Little Maestro Music A6: Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd. B1: Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd. B2: Daddy-Oh Music B3: Adra Music B4: ell Music Ltd. B5: Time Coast Music B6: Deptford Songs/Illegal Music Ltd. B7: Blue Mountain Music. URGH! A Music War (2xCass, Album, Comp).
All tracks are live recordings from various venues, recorded between August and September 1980.
Most of this documentary soundtrack is the antithesis of bloated 1970s arena rock. The record is subtitled "A Music Wa. But the British bands that dominate the album were battling the social and economic woes of the . as much as rebelling against the commerciality and smugness in popular rock music emanating from the States. The lineup features a smorgasbord of cutting-edge new wave bands in hot live outings in the . While much of the music is period-dated, the performances are heartfelt and hold up surprisingly well
Urgh! A Music War. Various Artists. Urgh! A Music War Tracklist. 1. Driven To Tears by The Police Lyrics. 2. Back To Flesh by Wall of Voodoo Lyrics. 3. Danced by Toyah Lyrics. 4. Enola Gay by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark Lyrics. 5. Ain't This The Life by Oingo Boingo Lyrics. 6. Respectable Street by XTC Lyrics. 7. Offshore Banking Business by The Members Lyrics. 8. We Got The Beat by The Go-Go's Lyrics.
Urgh! A Music War is a 1982 British film featuring performances by punk rock, new wave, and post-punk acts, filmed in 1980. Among the artists featured in the film are Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD), Magazine, The Go-Go's, Toyah Willcox, The Fleshtones, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, X, XTC, Devo, The Cramps, Oingo Boingo, Dead Kennedys, Gary Numan, Klaus Nomi, Wall of Voodoo, Pere Ubu, Steel Pulse, Surf Punks, 999, The Alley Cats, UB40, Echo & the Bunnymen and The Police
Various - URGH! A Music War MP3 version. 1700 downloads at 32 mb/s. Various - URGH! A Music War FLAC version. 2149 downloads at 31 mb/s. Download Various - URGH! A Music War FREE. Not For Sale Promotional record Selections from Urgh! A Music War. Track A3 listed as performed by "The Spizzles" on label.
|A1||–The Police||Driven To Tears||3:24|
|A2||–Wall Of Voodoo||Back In Flesh||3:47|
|A4||–Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark||Enola Gay||3:31|
|A5||–Oingo Boingo||Ain't This The Life||3:16|
|B1||–The Members||Offshore Banking Business||3:34|
|B2||–Go-Go's||We Got The Beat||2:17|
|B3||–Klaus Nomi||Total Eclipse||4:15|
|B4||–Athletico Spizz '80*||Where's Captain Kirk||3:21|
|B5||–The Alley Cats||Nothing Means Nothing Anymore||3:29|
|B6||–Jools Holland||Foolish I Know||2:00|
|B7||–Steel Pulse||Ku Klux Klan||4:39|
|C2||–Echo & The Bunnymen||The Puppet||2:11|
|C3||–The Au Pairs*||Come Again||4:16|
|C4||–The Cramps||Tear It Up||3:25|
|C5||–Joan Jett & The Blackhearts||Bad Reputation||2:40|
|C7||–Gary Numan||Down In The Park||6:12|
|D2||–Gang Of Four||He'd Send In The Army||3:23|
|D3||–John Otway||Cheryl's Going Home||3:47|
|D5||–X||Beyond And Back||2:41|
|D7||–Skafish||Sign Of The Cross||4:15|
Notes"R" Pressing with "R" printed on bottom of record labels.
Soundtrack for the movie of the same title
|AMLM 66019||Various||URGH! A Music War (2xLP, Album)||A&M Records||AMLM 66019||Europe||1981|
|AMLX 64692||Various||Urgh ! (2xLP, W/Lbl)||CBS||AMLX 64692||Unknown|
|CS-6019||Various||URGH! A Music War (2xCass, Album, Comp)||A&M Records||CS-6019||US||1981|
|SP-6019||Various||URGH! A Music War (2xLP, Comp, Pit)||A&M Records||SP-6019||US||1981|
|AMP 40001~2||Various||URGH! A Music War (2xLP, Album, Comp)||A&M Records||AMP 40001~2||Japan||1981|
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||–The Police||Driven To Tears
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – The Police, Tim SummerhayesWritten-By – Sting
|A2||–Oingo Boingo||Ain't This The Life
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Oingo Boingo, Tim SummerhayesWritten-By – Danny Elfman
|A3||–Athletico Spizz '80*||Where's Captain Kirk
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Athletico Spizz '80*, Tim SummerhayesWritten-By – Coalfield*, Spizz
|B1||–Jools Holland||Foolish I Know
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Jools Holland, Tim SummerhayesWritten-By – Chris Difford-Glenn Tilbrook*
|B2||–Steel Pulse||Ku Klux Klan
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Steel Pulse, Tim SummerhayesWritten-By – Hinds*
|B3||–John Otway||Cheryl's Going Home
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Tim SummerhayesProducer, Engineer, Mixed By, Written-By – John Otway
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
NotesNot For Sale
Selections from Urgh! A Music War
Track A3 listed as performed by "The Spizzles" on label.
Made in Australia
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): SMX-59329
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): SMX-59330
- Matrix / Runout (Runout hand-etched side A): SMX-59329 P2A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout hand-etched side B): SMX-59330 P2A
|A1||–The Police||Driven To Tears|
|A2||–Wall Of Voodoo||Clip of Stan Ridgeway taking a phone call|
|A4||–John Cooper Clarke||Health Fanatic|
|A5||–Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark||Enola Gay|
|A6||–Chelsea||I'm On Fire|
|A7||–Oingo Boingo||Ain't This The Life|
|A8||–Echo & The Bunnymen||The Puppet|
|A9||–Jools Holland||Foolish I Know|
|A11||–Klaus Nomi||Total Eclipse|
|A12||–Athletico Spizz 80||Clocks Are Big; Machines Are Heavy / Where's Captain Kirk?|
|A13||–Go-Go's||We Got The Beat|
|A14||–Dead Kennedys||Bleed For Me|
|A15||–Steel Pulse||Ku Klux Klan|
|A16||–Gary Numan||Down In The Park|
|A17||–Joan Jett & The Blackhearts||Bad Reputation|
|A19||–Surf Punks||My Beach|
|A20||–The Members||Offshore Banking Business|
|B1||–The Cramps||Tear It Up|
|B5||–The Alley Cats||Nothing Means Nothing Anymore|
|B6||–John Otway||Cheryl's Going Home|
|B7||–Gang Of Four||He'd Send In The Army|
|B10||–X||Beyond And Back|
|B11||–Skafish||Sign Of The Cross|
|B12||–Splodgenessabounds||Two Little Boys|
|B15||–The Police||So Lonely|
|B16||–Klaus Nomi||Aria ("Mon cœur s'ouvre à ta voix" from Camille Saint-Saëns' opera Samson and Delilah) (over end credits).|
NotesVHS containing 1980 concert footage filmed on location at:
Santa Monica Civic - Los Angeles
Whiskey A Go Go - Los Angeles
California Theatre - San Diego
C.B.G.B.s - New York
Ritz - New York
The Roman Arena - Frejus, France
The Lyceum - London
Odeon Hammersmith - London
ICA Galleries - London
The Guildhall - Portsmouth, UK
The actual performance of Wall Of Voodoo's "Back In Flesh" has been omitted from this UK Release as has the Au Pairs' performance of "Come Again".
Track B15 - The Police are joined on stage by Jools Holland, and members of UB40, Skafish and XTC to adlib musically and vocally. These other artists appeared on the bill at the Frejus concert
End credits state © Michel White Ltd 1981, London, England.
The sleeve design bears no resemblance to the promotional material used for the U.S. theatrical release and appears to be a design unique to the UK.
Sleeve contains the following credits:
© Sleeve and packaging - Guild Home Video Ltd MCMLXXXIII
© Film copyright 1981 Lorimar Productions , Inc.
|none||Various||URGH! A Music War (Laserdisc, 12", Comp, Mono, PAL, SECAM)||Guild Home Video||none||UK||1983|
|1000179745||Various||Urgh! A Music War (DVD-V, MOD)||Warner Home Video||1000179745||US||2009|
|none||Various||URGH! A Music War (VHS)||contrast video / ITT||none||Germany||1983|
|7720||Various||Urgh! A Music War (VHS, NTSC, Hi-)||CBS Fox Video||7720||US||1985|
|none||Various||Ροκ! Μουσικός Πόλεμος (VHS, Comp)||Home Video Hellas||none||Greece||1982|