Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your 999 collection. Probably the greatest and most energetic bands I've ever seen in my life, I allways felt that no collection of music should be with out all there first albums up to the Concrete Lp, this new album Death in Soho has all the great song writing and energy of there earlier albums. I LOVE 999 and you will too after you hear this CD.
Band Name 999. Album Name Death in Soho. Labels Overground Records. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album0.
Nom du groupe 999. Nom de l'album Death in Soho. Date de parution 2007. Style MusicalPunk-Rock. Membres possèdant cet album0.
Death in Soho continues on in the classic 999 style with lots of hooky guitars, sing-along vocals and upbeat tunes. Kicking off the disc is the killer opening track "Gimme the World," propelled by slashing guitars, a driving drum beat, hooky sing-along lyrics and a very unusual monk-like chant that eerily twists its way into the brain. Being the first 999 album of new material in 9 years, any thoughts about the band 'not having it anymore' are instantly tossed aside
999. Gimme the World, 02:22. Rock 'n Roll World, 02:30.
Death in Soho is the band's first studio album since the most excellent Takeover from 1998 and is a welcome return for a band that has continued to carry the punk flag for 30-plus years. While some of the songs don't match up to Takeover's fine mix of ng, it still stands as a testament to the band's talent. Engineered by former Vibrator Pat Collier, Death in Soho sounds "alive" and electric. Many of the tracks sound like they could have come straight off of the band's late-'70s albums: "The System," "Last Breath,".
Is Death In Soho the best album by 999? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Death In Soho by 999 (2007) Release date: 2007-09-24 Overall rank: 53,046th.
It's been nine years since the last album of new 999 material, but now they are back - 15 tracks of punk rock with that classic 999 sound. Death In Soho was recorded in July 2007 with original members Nick Cash (vocals/guitar), Guy Days (guitar), Pablo Labritain (drums) and Arturo Bassick (bass) currently of The Lurkers and formerly Pinpoint and engineered by Pat Collier (ex-Vibrators).
|1||Gimme the World||999||2:22|
|4||Last Breath Pablo Labritain||999||3:18|
|6||Rock 'N Roll World||999||2:30|
|7||Get off the Phone||999||3:04|
|10||What Do You Know||999||2:18|
|12||Too Much Money||999||2:39|
|13||Life of Crime||999||2:22|
Credits999 - Primary Artist
Arturo Bassick - Bass, Guitar (Bass), Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals
Nick Cash - Guitar, Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals
Pat Collier - Audio Engineer, Engineer
Guy Davis - Guitar, Member of Attributed Artist
Guy Days - Guitar, Vocals
Pablo Labritain - Composer, Drums, Vocals
Pablo Labritain - Drums, Member of Attributed Artist