Neon Hearts Red Vinly EditionPopular Music
The band established their own punk venue at the Lord Raglan in Wolverhampton and gigged furiously nationwide, building a substantial following and reaching the attention of many labels. Despite various options, Neon Hearts made the wrong decision and signed to Satril. Immediately things started to go wrong as the label tried to manipulate the band by rewriting their lyrics, allowing them no say in the production of the records and releasing singles without their consent. Satril released two singles ‘Answers’ and ‘Popular Music’. Line-up changes followed and by the time the album (also titled ‘Popular Music’) was released in April 1979, the band, dispirited, had already split. There was a brief reformation before Tony joined Fashion, Paul Raven joined Killing Joke and later Prong and Steve formed 21c (21st Century).
This album closely repros the artwork of the original, but with the addition of a 12” card insert with sleeve notes from Steve Harrington, is packaged in a heavy duty cover and is on red vinyl and limited to just 500 copies.
|Artist:||Neon Hearts Red Vinly Edition|
|Format:||Vinyl LP, Vinyl, LP|
|Pressung:||EU – Reissue|
|Genre:||Rock / Indie|
|Style:||Indierock / Alternative, Punk / Hardcore|
|Gewicht:||250g (plus 250g Verpackung)|