• last four digits Don't Move (1980-1982) (clear vinyl LP + CD, £22.25)

    label: Family Vineyard

    The Last Four Digits were a pioneering Indiana new wave band, gigging steadily between 1980 and 1982. Two versions of the band existed, both are documented Here. The Last Four (4) Digits (L44D) released the 7” Big Picture EP on Hardly Music in 1981, the same year the band covered Captain Beefheart’s “Diddy Wah Diddy on Gulcher’s Red Snerts Indiana punk/new wave compilation LP. Following personnel changes, The Last Four (5) Digits (L45D) emerged and recorded several tracks. L45D toured the east coast in 1982, culminating in a live show at CBGB NYC on Valentine’s Day 1982. L45D included keyboard/synth Wizard Brad “Mr. Science” Garton who joined upon leaving Dow Jones and the Industrials. Inserted In each LP is a lyric/liner insert and a complete CD in 2 panel full colour cover which includes all LP Tracks and an additional 30‐minute bonus, the entire CBGB live performance. Vinyl Tracklist : 1. Leave Me Alone 2. Fast Friends 3. Diddy Wah Diddy 4. Another Sex Crime 5. City Streets 6. Coughing Up Blood 7. (I Sold My Soul To) Fotomat 8. Don’t Move 9. Liquids 10. Act Like Nothing’s Wrong 11. Babaloo No More 12. Mack The Knife 13. I Have Rental Car


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