Artist:
The Chameleons

The Chameleons live at The Camden Palace: Limited Splatter Orange and Blue Vinyl 2LP

£42.99

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Recorded in 1984 for a special performance for a satellite TV broadcast, this iconic gig at The Camden Palace features Middleton’s finest on top of their game and includes songs taken from ‘Script of the Bridge’ & ‘What Does Anything Mean? Basically’. Released on vinyl for the first time, this album also includes 4 bonus tracks from the Arsenal concert, which was recorded for an independent Catalonian local tv channel, in 1985. The cover art has been exclusively designed by Chams guitarist Red Smithies, who designed all official Chameleons studio releases. The Chameleons are an acknowledged influence on future generations of indie and alternative rock bands including Stone Roses, The Charlatans, Smashing Pumpkins, The Flaming Lips, The Klllers, The Horrors, The National and Interpol.... Oasis main songwriter Noel Gallagher claims The Chameleons were an early influence on his song writing, and quoted in a recent interview... “I’d forgotten how much Strange Times meant to me. It came out in ’86. I was 19!! I’ve been listening to it every day since and I have to say it’s blown my mind.. again! It must have influenced my early years as a song writer because I can hear ME in it everywhere!!’
Label:
Moochin' About
Formats:
Vinyl LP
Cat#:
MOOCHIN33