Campag Velocet

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Campag Velocet were an indie-electronic-punk-rock band that took heavy inspiration from things such as cycling, fencing and most notably the film / novel "A Clockwork Orange". Formed in the 1990s, the lineup found Pete Voss on vocals, Ian Cater on guitars, keyboards and programming, Barnaby Slater on bass, and Lascelles Gordon on drums, percussion and sampling. The group only ever released two albums, the first being "Bon Chic, Bon Genre", which was released on PIAS Records in 1999 — the album performed incredibly well with extra hype from NME (they called them "The Best New Band In Britain") and the band even landed themselves on various shows with two slots on "Later: With Jools Holland". The band's second album, "It's Beyond Our Control", released on Pointy Records in 2004, received mixed reviews from critics and also achieved mediocre sales, due to the long hiatus and a low-profile record label. The band broke up in 2005.
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Albums

PIASXLP 003 Campag Velocet - Bon Chic Bon Genre album art Campag Velocet Bon Chic Bon Genre (Album) [PIAS] Recordings, [PIAS] Recordings PIASXLP 003 UK 1999 Sell This Version
none Campag Velocet - It's Beyond Our Control album art Campag Velocet It's Beyond Our Control (Album) Pointy none UK 2004 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

NING 41 Campag Velocet - Dust It, Don't Bust It / Drencrom (Velocet Synthemesc) album art Regular Fries / Campag Velocet Regular Fries / Campag Velocet - Dust It, Don't Bust It / Drencrom (Velocet Synthemesc) (Single) Fierce Panda NING 41 UK 1997 Sell This Version
NANG 01 Campag Velocet - Drencrom album art Campag Velocet Drencrom Rabid Badger NANG 01 UK 1997 Sell This Version
NANG 03 Campag Velocet - Sauntry Sly Chic album art Campag Velocet Sauntry Sly Chic (Single, EP) Rabid Badger NANG 03 UK 1998 Sell This Version
PIASX009CD, 940.0009.22 Campag Velocet - Bon Chic Bon Genre album art Campag Velocet Bon Chic Bon Genre (Single) [PIAS] Recordings, [PIAS] Recordings PIASX009CD, 940.0009.22 Europe 1999 Sell This Version
PIASX001 Campag Velocet - To Lose La Trek album art Campag Velocet To Lose La Trek (Single) [pias], [pias] PIASX001 Europe 1999 Sell This Version
PIASXCD003P Campag Velocet - Bon Chic Bon Genre (Advance Listening Opportunity) album art Campag Velocet Bon Chic Bon Genre (Advance Listening Opportunity)(CD, EP, Promo) [PIAS] Recordings PIASXCD003P Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
PIASX 101T Campag Velocet - Vito Satan album art Campag Velocet Vito Satan (Single) [PIAS] Recordings, [PIAS] Recordings PIASX 101T UK 2000 Sell This Version
POINT015CDS Campag Velocet - Who Are The Trumping Men? album art Campag Velocet Who Are The Trumping Men? (Single) Pointy POINT015CDS UK 2004 Sell This Version
POINT013CDS, POINT13CDS Campag Velocet - Vindictive Disco album art Campag Velocet Vindictive Disco(CD, Single) Pointy, Pointy POINT013CDS, POINT13CDS UK 2004 Sell This Version

Videos

none Campag Velocet - Vito Satan album art Campag Velocet Vito Satan(VHS, PAL, E15) Not On Label none UK Unknown Sell This Version

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curtisryan9

curtisryan9

December 5, 2018
An underrated gem of a group. Tragic they didn't end up bigger than they were, cannot recommend them enough. Come on Campag Velocet! Just one last album!
Crijevo

Crijevo

July 9, 2004
edited over 16 years ago
A brilliant group. Trashy, sexy, energetic, sonic... At times reminiscent of what Flowered Up or early Charlatans tried into. But as time ploughed ahead, Campags seem to give it the exact essence once ripped off Madchester fame. Their first album is a stunning piece of raw rock with sampling and occasional ambience of 'To Lose La Trek' or 'Skin So Soft'. Very close to a certain Supergrass and/or Primal Scream - and still make a difference of their own. July 19, 2004 will see their second offer which is well worth a check.

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