Band Name Theatre Of Hate. Album Name Revolution. Released date 09 April 1996. Labels Triple X Records. Music StylePost-punk. Members owning this album0. 2. Original Sin. 3. Rebel without a Brain.
Theatre Of Hate first single: Original Sin/Legion October 1980 Theatre Of Hate last single: Eastworld September 1982 Americanos was to have been the last, but was not released. B side recorded live in Tempodron, West Berlin 12 Sept 1981.
Redirected from Ten Years After (Theatre of Hate album)). Theatre of Hate are a British post-punk band formed in Britain in 1980. Led by singer-songwriter Kirk Brandon (formerly of the Pack), the original group also consisted of guitarist Steve Guthrie, bassist Stan Stammers (formerly of the Straps and the Epileptics), saxophonist John "Boy" Lennard and drummer Luke Rendle (formerly of Crisis and the Straps).
Theatre of Hate's unreleased second studio album, recorded in 1982, was released as Ten Years After in 1993. In 1994, a lineup of Brandon, Stammers, guitarist John McNutt and drummer Art Smith went into Mix-O-Lydian Studio in Boonton, New Jersey with producer Brad Morrison to record a new album under the Theatre of Hate banner.
Theatre Of Hate, Revolution. Used drive : NEC DVD RW ND-4570A Adapter: 0 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No. Read offset correction : 48 Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes Delete leading and trailing silent blocks : No Null samples used in CRC calculations : Yes Used interface : Native Win32 interface for Win NT & 2000 Gap handling : Appended to previous track
Theatre of Hate were a post-punk band formed in Britain in 1980. Led by singer-songwriter and ex-member of punk band The Pack, Kirk Brandon, the original group also consisted of guitarist Steve Guthrie, bassist Stan Stammers(The Straps/Epileptics), saxophonist John Lennard and drummer Luke Rendle from Crisis/The Straps. The Pack were a British punk rock band formed in 1978.
Performer: Theatre Of Hate. Theatre Of Hate - Revolution MP3 version. Revolution, He Who Dares Wins 3 (Cass, Album, Comp). Burning Rome Records. In 1994, a line-up of Brandon, Stammers, guitarist John McNutt and drummer Art Smith went into Mix-O-Lydian Studio in Boonton, New Jersey with producer Brad Morrison to record a new album under the Theatre of Hate banner. Live 2013 (2014, self-released). Revolution (1983, Burning Rome Records) (UK No. 67, UK Indie No. 1). The Complete Singles Collection (1995, Anagram Records). The Best Of (1996, Dojo Records). Act 1 (Revolution and Live in Sweden 81) (1998, Eastworld Recordings). Act 2 (Ten Years After and He Who Dares Wins 1) (1998, Eastworld Recordings). Act 3 (Retribution and Live at Bingley Hall 82) (1998, Eastworld Recordings).
THEATRE OF HATE burned brightly on the London post-punk scene in the early 80s, performing a series of passionate, edgy gigs. In an intense two-year period they appeared on Top Of The Pops and had Mick Jones of the Clash produce their debut album. In addition to debut album Westworld, a Top 20 success, there were at least three official bootlegs released in an effort to combat the circulation of unofficial recordings, such was the quality of their live shows. The collapse of Theatre Of Hate did however clear the decks, leading to the formation of SPEAR OF DESTINY, Stammers and Brandon remaining as creative lynchpins.
|A3||Rebel Without A Brain|
|A4||My Own Invention|
|B1||Do You Believe InThe Westworld ?|
|T.O.H. 2||Theatre Of Hate||Revolution (LP, Album, Comp)||Burning Rome Records||T.O.H. 2||UK||1983|
|LRLP 5732 AS, LLP 5372||Theatre Of Hate||Revolution (LP, Comp, Pur)||Line Records, Line Records||LRLP 5732 AS, LLP 5372||Germany||1984|
|TOH 2, TOH 1EP||Theatre Of Hate||Revolution (LP, Comp + 7", EP)||Burning Rome Records||TOH 2, TOH 1EP||UK||1984|
|35140-25||Theatre Of Hate||Revolution (LP, Comp)||Vap||35140-25||Japan||1985|
|LICD 9.00102 O||Theatre Of Hate||Revolution (CD, Comp, RE)||Line Records||LICD 9.00102 O||Germany||1988|