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  1. Anxiety69

    Anxiety69Experienced Member Uploader Experienced member Forum Member




    Oct 18, 2009
    Male, 42 years old
    Long Beach CA United States


    1 Jekyll And Hyde
    2 Beware O.T.D.
    3 Paradox
    4 Brain Pollution
    5 Espejo Espejo
    6 Outernational Sanity
    7 Todays Conclusion
    8 Slave Trade
    9 The Epsilon
    10 Viva La Causa
    11 Dignity
    12 Wake Up
    13 The Lions The Lead
    14 The New Beginning


    Big New Beginning
    Release Date : 1985

    D&V Biography

    Scottish pop rock band
    Formed in 1983 in Airdrie, Scotland by [a=Steven Lindsay] and a ever-changing line-up of musicians. They released three albums between 1986 - 1991.

    D&V was an anarcho-punk duo formed in Sheffield, UK by Andy Leach on drums and Jef Antcliffe as vocals. The group released their first album entitled The Nearest Door on Crass Records. D&V's music is unique in that it consists of just drums and vocals. The group went on to release a second album in 1984 entitled Inspiration Gave Them Motivation To Move On Out Of Their Isolation with a refined and considerably more developed sound, also, additional vocals by Crass' Eve Libertine and Joy de Virve.

    Line Up:
    Andy Leach - Drums
    Jef Antfliffe - Vocals
    Joy de Virve - Vocals

    The Nearest Door
    Crass Records 1983

    Inspiration Gave Them Motivation To Move On Out Of Their Isolation
    Crass Records 1986


    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - Virgin

    bPlease note, many Virgin issues also carry an EMI logo. This is not a label and EMI should not be added as a label, it instead indicates that Virgin was part of the EMI Group./b

    Started by a4812584 in the early 1970s as an independent label based in London, UK. The record company l26760 and subsidiaries which used the Virgin brand was sold to l118508 Plc in 1991, the various Virgin trademarks however remained the property of l326037, since 2012 the imprint has been licensed from Virgin Enterprises Ltd. and is used by various companies that form part of the Universal Music Group.

    Label Code: LC 3098/LC 03098 (may appear as "03098")

    The Virgin disc label designs/logos:

    Roger Dean (4) was the designer of the original famous Virgin label with snakes and dragons.

    For LP's following designs were used:
    1973-1974 white Roger Dean label
    1974-1976 coloured Roger Dean label
    1975 fawn & mauve Roger Dean label (V2037 to V2044 and some older title reissues)
    1975-1976 Red twin label with Outer White Ring
    1975-1976 Green twin label with Outer White Ring
    1976-1978 Green twin label (without outer white ring)
    1976-1977 Red twin label (without outer white ring)
    1977-1978 blue label with double Virgin writing logo (V2086 to ??)
    1978-1987 green/red alternative label (Side 1 / Side 2)
    1987-xxxx grey-white label

    Probably the fawn & mauve Dean label should replace the coloured Dean label in summer 1975, but has been used only a very short time. The fawn & mauve Dean label hasn't been used outside UK.
    Red and Green labels with white outer ring replaced the fawn & mauve Dean label. These can be found on several Virgin albums outside UK, It has been used in UK a very short time only.

    The green twin label (without outer white ring) is easy to find. It has been used originally in 1976 but it is also available on reissues of older releases. In UK it has been used till 1978, but in other countries (Japan, Spain) there are records up to 1982 with this label. During this period a few titles were pressed with Red twin label (without outer white ring)

    The blue label with double Virgin writing logo is well-known on single releases but it has also been used on a few albums.
    The area of the green/red label ended in 1987 (UK), but in different countries it has been used longer (Spain 1990, Germany 1988).

    The grey-white label is still in use since 1987 (UK). The grey-white label has been published some months later in foreign countries (1988).

    For 7" releases following designs were used:
    1974-1975 black-white Dean label / white Dean label
    1976 blue twin label
    1976-1978 blue label with double Virgin writing logo
    1978-1987 green/red alternative label
    1987-xxx silver label

    In some countries the white or the black-white Dean label was longer in use (Germany, 1977). Spain was the only country that used the coloured Dean label on singles
    (instead of the white or black-white Dean label).

    The blue twin label (which has never been used for albums) was issued in UK only.

    The blue label with double Virgin writing logo was used from 1976 until 1979 in the UK. In some countries it was longer in use (Spain, 1979).

    On 12" only following designs exist:
    1978 - 1987 green/red alternative label
    1988 - xxxx grey-white label

    CD label designs:
    Old CD's normally had a blue label (a kind of light blue layer on the silver disc) because the producers had problems with the printing on the blank silver surface.
    Some of the middle-old editions have silver labels with red printing. Newer editions have black printings.


    Moi dix Mois




  2. underbeat

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    Oct 24, 2009
  3. szoszo

    szoszoExperienced Member Experienced member




    Mar 6, 2018
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  4. The Hat

    The HatExperienced Member Experienced member




    Always wondered what they sounded like. Thanx.