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The Levellers - See Nothing, Hear Nothing... - 1992 (UK)

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  1. shakey_Jake

    shakey_JakeActive Member Uploader Forum Member




    Jun 7, 2010


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    Track List:

    01. Fifteen Years
    02. Far From Home
    03. Liberty Song
    04. Dance Before The Storm
    05. Last Days Of Winter
    06. Hard Fight
    07. World Freak Show
    08. Outside Inside
    09. The Boatman
    10. Three Friends
    11. Riverflow
    12. The Devil Went Down To Georgia
    13. Plastic Jeezus

    The Levellers is an English rock band influenced by punk and traditional English music. The band is based in Brighton, England where it was founded in 1988. The members got their name from the Levellers, a radically democratic faction of Oliver Cromwell's New Model Army; or simply, according to guitarist, Simon Friend, a word they chose from a dictionary. Strongly interested and outspoken about green anarchism issues the band have built up a strong and devoted fanbase, despite being nearly universally ignored by mainstream critics. The band have been spokespeople for a number of issues including campaigning against the Criminal Justice Act (and its measures against rave parties) and various anti-capitalist and environmental issues. They continue to tour extensively around Britain and Europe but maintain a mutual dislike with the music press which stems from their early days.


    See Nothing, Hear Nothing, Do Something
    Release Date : 1992

    Subtitle on front: UK Singles And Live Collection Subtitle on disc: Single Cuts And Live Tracks LPTracks 7 to 11 are live at Sheffield Octagon Nov. 91

    The Levellers Biography

    English folk rock band founded in 1988 in Brighton.

    Mark Chadwick (singer, guitar)
    Charlie Heather (drums)
    Jon Sevink (violin)
    Jeremy Cunningham (bass, bazouki)
    Simon Friend (guitar, vocals, mandolin, harmonica, 1991-present)
    Matt Savage (keyboards, backing vocals, 2004-present)
    Stephen Boakes (didgeridoo)
    Alan Miles (vocals, guitar, mandolin, harmonica, 1988-91)

    Band members: Steve Boakes, Dan Donnelly (2), Matt Savage, Jeremy Cunningham, Mark Chadwick, Jon Sevink, Charlie Heather, Simon Friend
    Band ex-members: , Alan Miles (2)

    The Levellers are an English rock band influenced by punk and traditional English music. They are based in Brighton, England where they were founded in 1988.
    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - China Records

    China Records was founded October 1, 1984 by a118272.
    In 1986 and 1987, China Records releases were marketed and distributed by Chrysalis Records Ltd., and then by Polydor Ltd. in 1988 through 1990.
    From 1991 the labels UK releases were made and distributed by Pinnacle (3), with material being licensed to various other labels for international release.
    In February 1992 Derek Green quit the BPI over their stance on the independent chart. In 1999, Warner Music UK Ltd., who already owned 50% of China Records since 1994 acquired the remainder of the shares, making China Records part of Warner Music Group.
    Labelcode: LC 1896 / LC 01896
  2. Anxiety69

    Anxiety69Experienced Member Uploader Experienced member Forum Member




    Oct 18, 2009
    Male, 44 years old
    Long Beach CA United States
    Re: LEVELLERS - See Nothing, Hear Nothing... - 1992 (UK)

    the levellers do a sick cover of the Zounds 'subvert.' maybe ill upload it if anyone cares.
  3. Harrison

    HarrisonExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member




    Nov 11, 2009
    Re: LEVELLERS - See Nothing, Hear Nothing... - 1992 (UK)

    I care!
  4. IamMe

    IamMeExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member




    Dec 29, 2012
     United Kingdom
    i love the levellers, my mam n dad used to listen to them when i was a tot. so i got lots of really good memorys of this band.
  5. John the Shorts

    John the ShortsActive Member Forum Member




    Oct 26, 2011
     United Kingdom
    Seen The Levellers in Port Toilet last year and hoping to see them in Cardiff in May.

    Have thought about going to Beautiful Days but Rebellion appeals more to me (as it ususally does)