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Richard Hell And The Voidoids*Destiny Street

Label:Red Star Records – RED 801
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:New Wave, Punk

Tracklist

A1The Kid With The Replaceable Head
Written-ByHell*
2:25
A2You Gotta Move
Written-ByDavies*
2:32
A3Going Going Gone
Written-ByDylan*
2:33
A4Lowest Common Dominator
Written-ByHell*
2:23
A5Downtown At Dawn
Written-ByHell*
5:55
B1Time
Written-ByHell*
3:28
B2I Can Only Give You Everything
Written-ByCoulter*, Scott*
3:56
B3Ignore That Door
Written-ByJulian*, Hell*, Quine*
3:10
B4Staring In Her Eyes
Written-ByHell*
4:20
B5Destiny Street
Written-ByMaher*, Maciel*, Hell*, Quine*
4:42
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Notes

All songs published by Automatic Music (BMI) except
"I Gotta Move" published by Jay Boy Publishing (BMI)
"Going Going Gone" published by Ram's Horn Music (ASCAP)

A2 is listed as "You Gotta Move" on the back cover, but as "I Gotta Move" on the label.

℗ 1982 Red Star Records © 1982 Passport Records

Made in U.S.A. on label, Printed in Canada on jacket (small printed, bottom right, circled)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side One Etched): RED-801-A HUB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Two Etched): RED 801-B HUB
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Both Sides): STERLING

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Destiny Street (LP, Album)CelluloidCEL 6619France1982
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Destiny Street (LP, Album)Red Star Records, OutLine.625.423, OLLP 5214Germany1982
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Destiny Street (LP, Album)Line RecordsOLLP 5214 ASGermany1982
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Destiny Street (Cassette, Album)Red Star RecordsRED 801US1982
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Destiny Street (LP, Album, Test Pressing)Red Star RecordsRED 801US1982

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  • rwmaxwell1973's avatar
    rwmaxwell1973
    Was this really 5 years after Blank Gen? Is it possible Hell and Quine went into deep freeze only to emerge at the dawn of 80’s underground?

    Hell’s vocals are appropriately strained and the band is tight. It’s a shame the copyright crap can’t be worked out so that this could receive a proper reissue with bonus delights.

    As it is, it’s hard to imagine a better follow up to the debut. Quine’s playing is typically fascinating and fresh—even today.

    And a thumping cover of the Troggs’ “I Can Only Give You Everything” that can only dissolve into disorder and desperate pleads. Great rock n’ roll.

    A must have.

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