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The Apostles - Wisdom

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    Aug 7, 2009

    The Apostles - Wisdom
    • 01 Music In Me.mp3
    • 02 Nmere Giri.mp3
    • 03 I Know You're Good For Me.mp3
    • 04 Born To Reign.mp3
    • 05 Wisdom.mp3
    • 06 Good Lovin.mp3
    • 07 King Of Kings.mp3
    • 08 Feeling Happy.mp3


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    Release Date : 1978

    The Apostles Biography

    East Nigerian act, mostly known for their mid '70's/early eighties folksy pop hits. They started out as an unruly highlife-and-Congo music bar band and transformed into a rugged soul outfit.

    Band members: Papa Doe, Harrison Mba, Maxwell Chike Nwoha, Barry Uba, Walton Arungwa, Chyke Fussion Okoro, Murphy Williams, Charles Duke (3), Benjamin Nnamdi Davidson, Joel Madubuike, Henry Asu Tandu

    For the Afrobeat band from Nigeria also known as "The Apostles of Aba", see Apostles.

    There are multiple artists with this name:

    1) An experimental anarcho-punk band from the United Kingdom, active during early 80's.

    2) A mod/soul/garage rock band active during mid-60's. Formed in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the band is known for their covers of "Tired of Waiting for You" and "Stranded in the Jungleon", from the compilation album, A-Square (Of Course) by A-Squared Records.
    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - EMI

    EMI was the label of UK company EMI Records Ltd., also known as EMI Records.
    After a hiatus, EMI was relaunched as a label by Universal Music Group in 2020.
    Label Code: LC 0542 / LC 00542.
    bEMI did not exist as a label until 1 January 1973 (the exception being a few Indian releases around 1969 and 60s Australian test-pressings related to EMI Studios Sydney). It should not be added as a label to any release before that date, aside from those Indian releases. Furthermore it should not be added as a label on any release with a primary branded label such as His Master's Voice, Columbia, Pathé, Parlophone, Capitol Records, etc., as the boxed EMI logo that appears with the primary label simply implies that the label formed part of the EMI Group (please do not confuse with l1032063), not that EMI was a label. In these cases, it is permitted to add EMI as a Record Company (url=https://www.discogs.com/forum/thread/357844discussion/url / url=https://www.discogs.com/forum/thread/768565more discussion/url) as it was the corporate logo of the parent companies l293204 / l359207 (EMI) and was not intended as a label./b

    From 1996 until September 2012 the ultimate parent company / owner of all the EMI labels and companies was EMI Group Ltd. (l1032063.)

    After that date Universal Music Group now owns large parts of the former EMI Group, with the former EMI Records Ltd. (which includes most EMI UK & Europe operations) being renamed as Parlophone Records Ltd. and being sold off to the Warner Music Group.

    EMI was a major label and had a lot of sub and sister labels which also carry the EMI logo and manage its huge amount of releases all over the world.

    uThe EMI country codes/u: In 1969 a new international system was introduced for EMI catalogue numbers. A five-digit prefix was added to the five-digit record number, separated by a hyphen. The first number and letter are a code for the country the record was made in or for. This usually corresponds with the country field on Discogs. Please enter this catalogue number against whichever label is branded on the release.

    (C = Country, E = Europe, M = Music For Pleasure) )
    OC = UK
    0C = UK
    1A = Netherlands
    1C = Germany
    1M = Germany (for Music For Pleasure)
    1E = UK
    1J = Spain
    2C = France
    2M = France (for Music For Pleasure)
    2E = Austria
    2J = Greece
    3C = Italy
    3E = Switzerland
    4B = Belgium
    4C = Belgium
    4M = Belgium (for Music For Pleasure)
    4E = Sweden
    5C = Netherlands
    5D = Netherlands (for l970326 releases)
    5E = Finland
    6C = Denmark
    6E = Denmark
    7C = Sweden
    7E = Norway
    8C = Norway
    8E = Portugal
    9C = Finland
    10C = Spain
    11C = Portugal
    12C = Austria
    13C = Switzerland
    14C = Greece
    16C = Australia (unused on releases)
    17C = New Zealand (unused on releases)
    31C = Brazil
    32C = Chile
    33C = Mexico
    82C = South Africa

    For unofficial releases which use the EMI-logo and/or claim to be an EMI-release please use this label: EMI (2)!

    Please url=http://www.discogs.com/help/forumsask in the forums/url if you are in doubt.
  2. ScottO

    ScottOMember Forum Member




    FYI: This is not the anarcho-punk Apostles