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PONUDBA: legendarni UK punksi 999 UGODNO
11.11.2013, Slovenija

Zdravo,
z velikim veseljem sporočamo, da imamo tokrat v ponudbi legendarne angleške pankse 999 z zelo ugodnim honorarjem. Datum je ponedeljek, 11.11., FV music pa bo pomagal pri promociji koncerta.
Javite prosim čimprej če vas zanima delat njihov koncert..
Linki na njihove komade so spodaj.

Se slišimo in lpsm
Monika /FV MUSIC
www.fv-music.org

VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMlpqOsc2BU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXdLCEjEAtg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iu2s6Nck18I

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRx1_iZ6_s8

One of the longest-lived groups of the punk era, 999 formed in London in December 1976. Led by vocalist/guitarist Nick Cash , a onetime student at the Canterbury College of Art under the tutelage of Ian Dury and a former member of the pub rock units Kilburn and the High Roads, the band also included guitarist Guy Days , bassist Jon Watson , and drummer Pablo LaBrittain . After dispensing with a series of names -- including 48 Hours, the Fanatics, and the Dials -- 999 quickly established themselves as a popular fixture on the London punk circuit, issuing their incendiary debut single, "I'm Alive," on their own LaBrittain Records in late 1977.

The single won the quartet a deal with United Artists, who issued both "Nasty Nasty" and "Emergency" in 1978; an eponymously titled LP debut, produced by Andy Arthurs , followed later in the year. For their sophomore effort, 1978's Separates , 999 enlisted producer Martin Rushent , resulting in a more polished, mainstream veneer for material like the near-hit "Homicide" and "High Energy Plan." After LaBrittain suffered injuries in a vehicular accident, drummer Ed Case was brought in to pick up the slack for a major U.S. tour preceding the release of 1980's The Biggest Prize in Sport ; issued a short time later, The Biggest Tour in Sport EP collected

A healthy LaBrittain rejoined 999 full-time for 1981's Concrete , an album buffered by covers of "Li'l Red Riding Hood" and "Fortune Teller" -- an indication that the group's wellspring of creativity was running dry.

1983's 13th Floor Madness was universally panned for its disco-like grooves, although 1985's self-released Face to Face was acclaimed as a melodic return to form. At the end of the year, Watson exited the group's ranks and was replaced by bassist Danny Palmer in time to record 1987's Lust, Power, and Money, a live set cut in London.

Palmer left the band in 1991, replaced by former Lurkers member Arturo Bassick (aka Peter Arthur Billingsly), who has remained with the band since. In 1993, 999 returned with their first studio album in eight years, You Us It! Though the material didn't quite reach the heights of their

earlier releases, it certainly proved that the band was still vital and alive. Further live performances throughout the rest of the decade (at punk festivals and mini-tours) cemented the fact that the band was here to stay.

999 are an English punk rock /rock band , formed in London in December, 1976.[5] From the period of 1976 to 1985, the lineup of 999 consisted of Nick Cash (vocals, guitar), Guy Days (lead guitar), Jon Watson (bass) and Pablo LaBrittain (drums). (As a result of injuries sustained in a motor accident, LaBrittain was temporarily replaced by drummer Ed Case in 1980.) Jon Watson left the band in 1985; being replaced by Danny Palmer, who remained with the band until 1991. Palmer was replaced by Arturo Bassick, who remains the bass player with 999 to this date.

Between 1978 and 2007, 999 released fourteen singles and twelve studio albums . Five of the singles released by 999 between 1978 and 1981 charted within the Top 75 in the UK Singles Chart , with one further single released by 999 in 1978, Homicide, charting within the Top 40. In addition, as a result of extensive touring in the United States in the early 1980s, the band's third and fourth studio albums: The Biggest Prize in Sport and Concrete, each charted on the U.S. Billboard 200 .

Despite having formed in 1976, 999 have only experienced two permanent changes to their original lineup[6] and has continued to record and play live to the present day, leading Allmusic to describe the band as "one of the longest-lived groups of the punk era ."[5]

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