Pop Group

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Pop Group - For How Much Longer Do We Tolerate Mass Murder + 7 For How Much Longer Do We Tolerate Mass Murder + 7
Punk Used - LP 9 Rough Trade
Rare 1980 Original Plus Promo Only One Sided 45rpm 7" (RT 039A). The 7" Has The Track "Where There's A Will There's A Way," Which Was Released As A Split Single With The Slits. Posters Are Not Included. “Warning: This Band's Name Is Loaded With Irony; There Is Little If Anything "Pop" About Them. So, If You Happen Across Any Of Their Albums And Think You're Getting Something That Sounds Like A Cross Between The Raspberries And The Beatles, Don't Say You Weren't Warned. Emerging In The Late-'70s Post-Punk Era, This Militant Gang Of Leftist Radical Politicos From Bristol, England, Specialized In A Funk-Driven Cacophony Of Sound That Was Abrasive, Strident, And Ultimately Very Exciting. Railing Against Margaret Thatcher's Tory Government, The State Of Pop Music, Racism, Sexism, Etc., The Pop Group Were Not The Easiest Band Of The Early Post-Punk Era To Listen To, But Those Who Made The Effort Were In For An Interesting Melange Of Primitive Rhythms And Avant-Garde Guitar Racket. Led By The Squalling "Vocals" Of Mark Stewart (Which Were Little More Than Chanted Political Slogans), The Pop Group Were Unabashedly And Stridently Radical To The Point Of Being Hectoring. But, Unlike Others Of Their Ilk, The Music Was So Challenging, Joyfully Noisy, And Downright Weird That It Was Easy To Cut Them A Little Slack, Even When Their Finger-Pointing And Ranting Became A Bit Much.” - John Dougan, AMG... more details
 
Pop Group - For How Much Longer Do We Tolerate Mass Murder For How Much Longer Do We Tolerate Mass Murder
Punk Used - LP RUFFUS 1 / Y 2 Rough Trade / Y
Rare 1980 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And Custom Insert. “Warning: This Band's Name Is Loaded With Irony; There Is Little If Anything "Pop" About Them. So, If You Happen Across Any Of Their Albums And Think You're Getting Something That Sounds Like A Cross Between The Raspberries And The Beatles, Don't Say You Weren't Warned. Emerging In The Late-'70s Post-Punk Era, This Militant Gang Of Leftist Radical Politicos From Bristol, England, Specialized In A Funk-Driven Cacophony Of Sound That Was Abrasive, Strident, And Ultimately Very Exciting. Railing Against Margaret Thatcher's Tory Government, The State Of Pop Music, Racism, Sexism, Etc., The Pop Group Were Not The Easiest Band Of The Early Post-Punk Era To Listen To, But Those Who Made The Effort Were In For An Interesting Melange Of Primitive Rhythms And Avant-Garde Guitar Racket. Led By The Squalling "Vocals" Of Mark Stewart (Which Were Little More Than Chanted Political Slogans), The Pop Group Were Unabashedly And Stridently Radical To The Point Of Being Hectoring. But, Unlike Others Of Their Ilk, The Music Was So Challenging, Joyfully Noisy, And Downright Weird That It Was Easy To Cut Them A Little Slack, Even When Their Finger-Pointing And Ranting Became A Bit Much.” - John Dougan, AMG... more details
 
Pop Group - We Are Time We Are Time
Pop Used - LP ROUGH 12 Rough Trade
Beautiful 1980 UK Original In The Original Black Die-Cut Jacket.... more details
 

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