Bury St Edmunds
The release of our recent Bury St Edmunds compilation (available along with Horse Party stuff here) has rekindled interest in the scene of that small but very creative market town.
Over the past 15 or so years, R*E*P*E*A*T has been very pleased to be involved in the musical life of #BSERockCity. Recent excavations have uncovered the following gems (some of which are in very limited supply) which we are selling off very cheap. Most of these releases are not available from Bandcamp or (in most cases) digitally.
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The Dawn Parade
17 track Greatest Hits CDr
Ten City Nation
Album on CD - £3
Silent Disco / Flashing Lights
Solo Project of Seymour of Horse Party
CD Album: Import / Export - £5
Vinyl single : Castle Keep / 327
CD album - Know Yourself - £5 inc
Split vinyl single with Impact
Fear of a Black Kennett
21 track CD featuring (from Bury) Miss Black America, The Dawn Parade, Volunteers and The Exiles, plus tracks from Asian Dub Foundation, Kinesis, Chris T-T, King Adora, The Virgin Suicides, We Can Build You, Impact, AntiHero, Corporation Blend Neo, CosyCosy and KneeHigh
Burn Cambridge Burn
Despite (or perhaps because of) its title, this compilation includes 3 tracks from Bury St Edmunds stunningly original rant'n'reel to reel really nearly super group, The Khe Sanh Approach. One of them is very long. All of them are very good. They are called Bricks, British Theatre 1956-1959 and Crocodile TearGas. Plus there's 3 tracks each from CosyCosy, The Anti Social Burn Outs and The Hope, and a secret one from Bomb Factory. All from Cambridge, and so ready for burning... all this plus some rather incendiary artwork...
Miss Black America bits