Steve Ignorant and Penny Rimbaud perform ‘Do They Owe Us a Living’ in 1977 at Dial House rehearsal room and 2011 at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire – SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW, DO THEY OWE US A LIVING? OF COURSE THEY FRIGGIN DO!!!! Got 10p to spare?
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Thank you all for being so very patient. As you know the pressing plant postponed the delivery date from early January to late January. I’ve now received confirmation that the vinyl will be here on Friday 2nd February. Over the weekend I will then put the vinyl in the inner & outer sleeve and number them. And will start posting them on Monday 5th February.
Anyone that has ordered a copy from me -your copy has been reserved and will be posted as soon as possible!!! If you haven’t ordered one there are still a few copies left if you do want one. Just click on the shop button.
I can’t wait to finally see and hear it again. It seems a long time ago now.
STEVE IGNORANT WITH PARANOID VISIONS 1977220174U LIVE LP
(£20.00 PLUS POSTAGE & PACKAGE – SHIPPING WORLDWIDE)
After much deliberation, rehearsal and nerves… Steve Ignorant and Paranoid Visions decided to celebrate Steve’s 40 years in the music industry with a special show at the wonderful Rebellion Festival, Blackpool, United Kingdom at 5.15pm August 5th 2017 on the 3000 capacity outdoor stage known as the Casbah. The set was regarded as one of the festivals highlights and the atmosphere, spirit of celebration and general love in the air was something that took everyone by surprise….
Included in the set for the first time officially in many years was material from Crass, mixed with Stratford Mercenaries, Conflict, Dirt, Poison Girls, Flux of Pink Indians and the bands own material nestling together showing a 40 year spread of material Steve has been associated with.. or just adored!
As luck would have it, somebody bootlegged the entire set, and as even more luck would have it the sound captured was fantastic and really captured the feeling of being right there at the show… at the front… which is exactly where he was. Even more luck strikes when Crass collaborator and the man behind the re-masters of the Crass albums volunteered to spend many hours improving the sound.
And so here it is…. a limited edition, numbered 1 – 500, RED vinyl with insert and download “official bootleg” release