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Album: Gary Clail's Tackhead Sound System - 'Tackhead Tape Time'". Retrieved September 30, 2014. Parker, David (2001). Album: Tackhead - 'Friendly as a Hand Grenade'". Album: Tackhead - 'Strange Things'". "New Tackhead Album Out on January 10, 2014".
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Tackhead started as an experimental collaboration between producer Adrian Sherwood and musicians Skip McDonald (guitars), Doug Wimbish (bass), and Keith LeBlanc (drums). In the early 1980's Wimbish, McDonald, and Leblanc were the Sugarhill Records house band, providing backing for, amongst others, the Sugarhill Gang, Grandmaster Flash and Melle Mel. After the demise of Sugarhill the three musicians continued to work on various projects including recordings for Tom Silverman's Tommy Boy label. In 1990 Tackhead released the "Strange Things" album, and were dropped by EMI. The use of the name to promote new material largely dried up. Though Tackhead as a name has slipped out of use, collaboration between various of its former members continues, such as the Strange Parcels ("a Tackhead re-duction"), the Barmy Army and the Skip McDonald-fronted Little Axe.
|Demolition House (Remix)||5:50|
|Ticking Time Bomb||2:50|
|Ticking Time Bomb (Dub)||6:18|
|TVT4061||Tackhead||Demolition House (Remix) (12")||TVT Records||TVT4061||US||1990|
|TVT 4061||Tackhead||Demolition House (Re-Mix) (12", W/Lbl, Han)||TVT Records||TVT 4061||US||1990|
|TVT 4061||Tackhead||Demolition House / Ticking Time Bomb (Remixes) (12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sta)||TVT Records||TVT 4061||US||1990|