Tyrants In Therapy ‎– Three People (Nude Below The Waist) (Super Scratch Mix)

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JDC Records ‎– JDC 0038
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Vinyl, 12", EP
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A Three People (Nude Below The Waist)
Producer – Mike Jaye*, Paul DobbeScratches – Knights Of The TurntablesWritten By – HannanWritten-By – Kanter*, Lamont*, Jaye*
6:57
B1 In The Shadow Of Hitler
Backing Vocals [Uncredited] – Abbe KanterLead Vocals [Uncredited] – Michael JayeProducer – C. Lamont*, M. Jaye*, P. BurkeSongwriter – C. Friberg*, Mike Jaye*
2:22
B2 Underground Girl Of The World
Producer – C. Lamont*, M. Jaye*, P. BurkeWritten-By – A. Kanter*, C. Lamont*, M. Jaye*
2:43

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): JDC 0038-A L-18696
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): JDC-0038-B L-18696-X
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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davidt1234

davidt1234

November 30, 2017
I also think that there are more than 3 copies of this around. As I have a NM one, and i live in a small city.
Hardcore_Phonography

Hardcore_Phonography

November 30, 2017
edited 7 months ago

they were spinning you a yarn...theres certainly far more than 3 copies of this :) ....cracking tune though...top KOTT stuff
zorlac

zorlac

December 28, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
This is a very rare record from the 80's The new wave band Tyrants In Therapy released this record in 1984. This record specifically, 3 People Nude Below The Waste 12", is a very rare and historical release. The release features a groovy electro clash new wave track crossed over with scratches and drum machine work from the legendary Knights Of The Turntables. This crossover (electroclash, new wave with cuts) alone was a rare occurance in 1984.
Mike aka Tyrant Mike has direct ties with the famous Los Angeles based label JDC Records (early electro label). I personally called JDC, as a record dealer, and was informed that there were only a few of these 12"s in existance. Mike, the lead singer, owned all 3 of them. This was rare in the mid '80's and is very rare today.
I personally believe that someday this 12" will finally be recognised as one of the first for this type of crossover.
The only other new wave record that I can compaire this release to is Visage-Frequency 7. Though Visage's Frequency 7 is without scratches it is also a rare crossover very similar in electro style.