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|1993||CD||Anagram Records||CDGRAM 71|
Who plays what
|Nick Cash||Vocals, Guitar|
|Guy Days||Guitar, Vocals|
|Black Flowers For The Bride||Cash/Days|
|(There Is No Glory In) Mary's Story||Cash/Days|
|Signed Dangerous Of Hollywood||Cash/Days|
|Bye Bye Bones||Cash/Days|
|Everybody Needs It||Cash/Days|
|It's Over Now||Cash/Days|
|Bye Bye England||Cash/Days|
|All Of The Days||Cash/Days|
|Big Fast Car||Cash/Days|
|Deep In The Shadow||Cash/Days|
|Run For Your Life||Cash/Days|
|Don't Tell Me||Cash/Days|
|Crazy Crazy Crazy||Cash/Days|
Total Time 39 Minutes 49 Seconds
Published by Complete Music Ltd.
Recorded at Alaska Studios, London in July 1993
Engineered by Finn. Cover by Andy Ounsted
The following notes were taken from the liner notes inside the Anagram CD (reproduced here with absolutely no permission whatsoever)
999 fact file
formed Sunday 5th November 1976
line up Three original members Nick Cash - Vocals & Guitar; Guy Days - Guitar & Vocals; Pablo Labritain - Drums; Jon Watson - Bass was replaced in 1986 by Danny Palmer and subsequently by Arturo Bassick in 1991.
singles I'm Alive, Nasty Nasty, Emergency, Me & My Desire, Homicide, Feelin' Alright with the Crew, Found Out Too Late, Trouble, Obsessed, Lil' Red Riding Hood, Indian Reservation, Wild sun, 13th Floor Madness.
albums 999, Separates, The Biggest Prize in Sport, Concrete, 13th Floor Madness, Face to Face, Lust Power and Money, Live & Loud, The Cellblock Tapes, 999 C.D. The Early Stuff (The UA Years).
gigs First gig 22.1.77 at Northampton Cricket Club followed by:- 72 London gigs, 7 UK tours, 10 US tours, 11 European tours, visiting Finland, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Belgium, Holland, France, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Italy, Yugoslavia.
90-92 French tour, German tour, Thal festival, Austria Bizarre festival, German tour, Scandinavian tour, Los Angleles and British dates.
1993 Planned 21st UK tour; proposed tour of USA & Japan, Germany, France and Argentina.
Nick Cash / 999