The Specials is the debut album by British ska revival band The Specials. Released on 19 October 1979 on Jerry Dammers' 2 Tone label, the album is seen by some as the defining moment in the UK ska scene. Produced by Elvis Costello, the album captures the disaffection and anger felt by the youth of the UK's "concrete jungle"-a phrase borrowed from Bob Marley's 1972 album Catch a Fire but equally apposite used here to describe the grim, violent inner cities of 1970s Britain.
More Specials is the second album by English ska band the Specials, released by 2 Tone Records in October 1980. After the success of the band's self-titled debut, band member Jerry Dammers assumed the role as the band's leader and stirred them into expanding their 2 Tone sound into other genres of music, most prominently a lounge music and easy listening style inspired by Muzak.
I Can't Stand It. Vocals – Rhoda Dakar Written-By – Dammers. International Jet Set. Written-By – Dammers. Enjoy Yourself (Reprise). Written-By – Sigman, Magidson. C. – Roddy Radiation & The Specials Featuring Paul Heskett. Braggin' & Tryin' Not To Lie. Producer – Dave Jordan Saxophone – Paul Heskett Written-By – Radiation. The pink hype sticker covering the "E" in "More" was an intentional visual pun; referring to the influence of Muzak that Jerry Dammers was feeling at thew time of making the album. Placing the sticker exactly there had the effect of turning the title into "MOR Specials. MOR Middle Of the Road.
The Specials : More Specials,disco, crónica, tracklist, mp3, textos. Data de aparición 1980. Estilo MusicalSka Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum2. 3. Hey, Little Ritch Girl.
Embarrassed By You. The Specials. Vote For Me. Guilty 'Til Proved Innocent! The Specials. Or Less: The Specials Live. BBC in Concert (15 December 1979). Ghost Town - Greatest Hits. 2009 Re-Recorded, Remastered Versions. Relaxing & Romantic Pop Songs - Best Love Album.
When the Specials’ Jerry Dammers’ launched the 2 Tone label in Britain in 1979, his group was more than just a ska revival band with good taste in covers - they were a multi-racial spearhead of a post-punk movement combatting skinhead racism (fueled by far-right groups like the National Front) and the craven business-first classism of the Thatcher government. Now, with racist nationalism on the rise amidst the Brexit debacle, the Special’s third album - 38 years since the last one, More Specials - is well timed. As frontman Terry Hall puts it, the band remain horribly relevant.
The Specials – More Specials Album Zip Download (7. 7MB) Songs are compressed with best possible compression by keeping maximum quality possible. Each track has same high quality 320kbps CBR format.
Album by The Specials. Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think). Man At C & A. Hey, Little Rich Girl. I Can't Stand It.
|A3||Man At C & A|
|A4||Hey, Little Rich Girl|
|A7||Sock It To 'Em J.B.|
|B2||Stereotypes Part 2|
|B4||I Can't Stand It|
|B5||International Jet Set|
|B6||Enjoy Yourself (Reprise)|
|CHR TT 5003||The Specials||More Specials (LP, Album + 7", Single)||Two-Tone Records||CHR TT 5003||UK||1980|
|LL 0703||The Specials||More Specials (LP, Album)||RTV Ljubljana, Chrysalis||LL 0703||Yugoslavia||1981|
|6399 104||The Specials||More Specials (LP, Album)||Two-Tone Records, Chrysalis||6399 104||Greece||1980|
|ZR25-503||The Specials||More Specials (Cass, Album)||Two-Tone Records||ZR25-503||Japan||1980|
|202 848||The Specials||More Specials (LP, Album, RP)||Two-Tone Records, Chrysalis||202 848||Europe||1987|