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Toyah - Live At Drury Lane [Clear Vinyl] (Pnk) (Uk)
Live At Drury Lane [Clear Vinyl] (Pnk) (Uk)
Artist: Toyah
Format: Vinyl


Rel. Date: 05/19/2023
UPC: 5013929188112

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1. Good Morning Universe
2. We Are
3. War Boys
4. Victims of the Riddle
5. The Furious Futures
6. In the Fairground
7. It's a Mystery
8. Jungles of Jupiter
9. Masai Boy
10. Danced
11. Thunder in the Mountains
12. Ieya
13. I Want to Be Free

More Info:

2LP set containing all 13 songs as performed at the momentous concert at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. Presented across 2LPs, the audio has been remastered by Nick Watson and is pressed on Semi- Transparent Pink coloured vinyl. Two colour inner bags house the vinyl while the outer LP sleeve presents photography of Toyah's iconic stage entrance for the gig, 20ft above the band and audience. All tracks are previously unreleased/. The latest title in the continuing remastered Toyah series, the long-awaited 'Toyah Live At Drury Lane' - Toyah's legendary Christmas Eve 1981 concert in it's first ever audio release on vinyl. Toyah, the band, were invited by the BBC to play a special live concert on 24 December 1981 for broadcast live on BBC2 for The Old Grey Whistle Test Christmas Special. Simultaneously the concert was broadcast in stereo on BBC Radio 1. The much-loved Christmas Eve 1981 concert was watched by an astonishing 12 million television viewers. Following a year of top ten hit singles in 1981 plus the Gold-selling album 'Anthem', the band closed out the year with this fantastic energetic and celebratory concert. Previously only ever available on a BBC VHS video cassette in 1982, this release marks the first time the stereo audio has been released.