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Public Service Broadcasting - EP One mp3 album

Public Service Broadcasting - EP One mp3 album Performer: Public Service Broadcasting
Title: EP One
Style: Leftfield, Krautrock
Date of release: 2010
Size MP3: 1323 mb
Size FLAC: 1782 mb
Rating: 4.4

Public Service Broadcasting are a London-based pseudonymous musical group consisting of J. Willgoose, Esq. on guitar, banjo, other stringed instruments, samplings and electronic musical instruments, Wrigglesworth on drums, piano and electronic musical instruments, and J F Abraham on flugelhorn, bass guitar, drums and assorted other instruments including a vibraslap.

On Public Service Broadcasting's new album Every Valley, J. takes us on a journey down the mineshafts of the South Wales valleys, with the stories found there a black mirror to the plight of workers everywhere. Although Every Valley is the story of one industry in a region and time far from ours, the tales of a disenfranchised working class in this age of turmoil could not be more relevant

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Spitfire - Public Service Broadcasting. The lead track from the EP is named 'Spitfire' - an adaptation of the 1942 propaganda film 'The First of the Few', telling the story of the origins of the talismanic fighter. Howard was viewed by Josef Goebbels as the most dangerous British propagandist of the era and his own life was to end in tragedy when the passenger plane he was travelling on in 1943 was shot down by the Luftwaffe over the Bay of Biscay.

White Star Liner - EP. Released October 26, 2018. White Star Liner - EP Tracklist. 1. The Unsinkable Ship Lyrics. White Star Liner - EP Q&A. More Public Service Broadcasting albums.

Public Service Broadcasting is a London-based pseudonymous musical duo consisting of J. on guitar, banjo, other stringed instruments, samplings and electronic instruments; and Wrigglesworth on drums, piano and electronic instruments. They take samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda material, attempting to 'teach the lessons of the past through the music of the future'.

Public Service Broadcasting's first release, EP One, appeared in August 2010 and was the perfect introduction to the pair's concept and featured "New Dimensions in Sound," which sampled an infomercial for a record player alongside vibrant indie rock that built into a crescendo of distorted guitar. PSB began to make a name for themselves on the live circuit with an unmistakable set that featured an old walnut-veneered '60s television that they lovingly described as the band's "frontman.


A1 Introduction (Let Yourself Go) 4:33
A2 Mixergames 4:49
B1 New Dimensions In Sound 3:49
B2 Theme From PSB 4:58


Sold via the band's site or at early gigs.

All of the versions of these songs are exclusive to this vinyl as the samples weren't cleared. Later versions have been totally re-recorded.

Limited Release of 250 copies

User reviews
Pretty sure I bought the last ever copy of this as the band’s band camp page clicked to zero when I bought it. Also came with a hand written note that I stupidly lost....
Hope for all 100 of us who have this on our Wantlist that these tracks will surface eventually, so no one will feel the need to pay a certain seller £250(!!!) for a copy.
I hope they do a reissue of it in some shape or form. Its the only vinyl of PSB that I am missing :(
And all the best to you (genuinely), no offence was intended. Now it's sold you could have been anonymous for the ages... But really my point was meant to be that re-issuing the EP, or freely releasing the tracks if licensing of samples made that impossible, seems to be due. And I do understand that the marketplace on Discogs is a self-regulating sales floor, which I think works pretty well, for what it's worth.
I parted with it for less when I was offered a polite request. It would be folly not to ask the going rate for a record if you've been buying these things all your life and need a bit of cash. I'd keep all of them if I could (bar a few stinkers) but needs must. Don't gripe, and don't covet.