Celebrate The Bullet - The Selecter - Celebrate The Bullet (Cassette, Album)

Ever After Guide. The Encyclopedia of Popular Music 5th ed. London: Omnibus Press. Robert Christgau. Trouser Press. Slicing Up Eyeballs. Resident Advisor. Retrieved 14 April Russell Trunk's Exclusive Magazine. Categories : albums The Selecter albums Chrysalis Records albums.

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Definitely check this out, especially if you're into ska at all. One person found this helpful. I used to have this one on vinyl too. I am seriously considering purchasing the CD version.

This is probably the most creative album to come out of the whole 2-tone scene. I wouldn't even call it ska necessarily. I'm glad to see others have reviewed this album so highly - for the longest time I thought I was the only person on earth who had discovered this gem.

PS: i'll look around for the re-release cd as the vinyl went the way of a number of other classic albums from the era - eroded. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Translate all reviews to English. Cracking underrated second album from The Selecter. Better produced than their debut and more experimental. Could easily fit into my best albums of all time. Report abuse. Superb album from the 2-Tone collection!!!!! Or listen to our entire catalogue with our high-quality unlimited streaming subscriptions.

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Verified Purchase. I've been waiting for this one to come out on CD for 16 years! In fact, I still have the LP, the one vinyl album I've kept, out of nostalgic reasons. The Selecter were part of the s ska revival that included Madness, the Specials, and Bad Manners. Their first album, Too Much Pressure also long unavailable in its original form was straightforward dance music, and is one of the highly rated albums of this genre.

Their second album, Celebrate the Bullet, described by lead singer Pauline Black as "our blue period" featured a wider range of sound, some of it fast-paced dance music, some of it thoughtful and contemplative.

It didn't meet with the success of the first record, and no doubt had something to do with the band's temporary demise. Don't believe the critics, though. In fact, don't believe the current Selecter members, who ignored these songs entirely when they regrouped in the s.

Cool Blue Lady, Deep Water, and Bombscare feature Pauline Black's most haunting vocals, combined with emotionally intense, compelling melodies. Most of these songs have been released on CD, scattered across three or four compilations. But at last, the original album is available.

Celebrate the Bullet, an Album by The Selecter. Released in on Chrysalis (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: 2 Tone, Ska.

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  1. referencing Celebrate The Bullet, LP, Album, CHR This album would have been a big hit in if it was not for the assassination attempt on Reagan - that incident killed the album (and its promotion) in its tracks. This, for me, is The Selecter's finest album: great ska and soul to a modern beat (n.b. it is not new wave nor pop music).
  2. Their second album, Celebrate the Bullet, described by lead singer Pauline Black as "our blue period" featured a wider range of sound, some of it fast-paced dance music, some of it thoughtful and contemplative. It didn't meet with the success of the first record, and no doubt had something to do with the band's temporary demise/5(12).
  3. Their second album, Celebrate the Bullet, described by lead singer Pauline Black as "our blue period" featured a wider range of sound, some of it fast-paced dance music, some of it thoughtful and contemplative. It didn't meet with the success of the first record, and no doubt had something to do with the band's temporary demise/5(10).
  4. This album would have been a big hit in if it was not for the assassination attempt on Reagan - that incident killed the album (and its promotion) in its tracks. This, for me, is The Selecter's finest album: great ska and soul to a modern beat (n.b. it is not new wave nor pop music).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Celebrate The Bullet on Discogs.
  6. AllMusic Review by Chris Woodstra Celebrate the Bullet failed to live up to the promise of the band's debut. It has its moments but those can all be found on the collection, Selected Selecter Selections. In , Captain Oi! reissued the album with four bonus tracks.
  7. This album reached No in the UK National Charts when first issued by Chrysalis Records in and now makes it's debut on CD courtesy of Captain Mod. Features the hit single ''The Whisper'' plus the rare 45 ''Celebrate The Bullet'' and a great version of The Ethiopians ''Train To Skaville''/5(11).
  8. Celebrate the Bullet is the second album by British ska band The Selecter, released in February on Chrysalis Records after the band had left the 2 Tone label. The album was recorded with producer Roger Lomas, who plays bass on some songs, and frequently seeks a more slow, eclectic sound, with new wave influences. Band members Charley Anderson and Desmond Brown, uncomfortable with the .
  9. The single Celebrate the Bullet was released in Dec 80 (just as John Lennon was shot) it got banned and the record bombed. A shame as I still play it 30 years later, just love the 80s guitar effects Noel Davies used. Washed up and left for Dead is also a key track to close the LP/5(17).

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