Various ‎– The Pulse Of New York

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GLALP 003 Various The Pulse Of New York(LP, Comp) Glass Records (2) GLALP 003 UK 1983 Sell This Version
GLALP 003 Various The Pulse Of New York(LP, Comp, TP) Glass Records (2) GLALP 003 UK 1983 Sell This Version
Pulse1 Various The Pulse Of New York(LP, Comp, Unofficial) Not On Label Pulse1 UK 2009 Sell This Version

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hjhafner

hjhafner

August 4, 2009
edited over 9 years ago
referencing The Pulse Of New York, LP, Comp, Unofficial, Pulse1
To put it this way - just get out and try to get you one of these! Even against the fact that this (once again) is a booty, the music compiled (by some Irish-moved-to-NYC-back-then-in-the 1970ies-blokes Neil Stocker and Pierce Turner, both of them from Wexford and still active with several bands/labels emphasizing on the irish thing, at least as far as i found out on the web) and displayed here with original artwork and stuff is just as great as impossible to unearth elsewhere. Starting off with rather typical No Wave punk funk (The Funktionaries) we are supposed to embrace some real beautiful stuff ranging from the punky-leftfield-agit-prop guitar area (The Heretix, Tiny Tribe) to ridiculously crazy whatever-dancefloor-this-might-have-rocked stuff (Xex, Seven And Three). Only the Bronx Irish Catholics made it somehow through being sported via Daniele Baldelli's/Marco Dionigi's Cosmic Disco?! Cosmic Rock!!! compi out there on Eskimo.
Originally released through Glass (2) who went in for the Jazz Butcher and the likes back in the days. Funny enough.