9 thoughts on “ Reaching My Head - The Prisoners - Thewisermiserdemelza (CD, Album) ”

  1. This is the definitive reissue of their album, featuring all the tracks the group recorded for Big Beat in It includes the original album, the tracks from the "Electric Fit" EP, the Prisoners' track from the "Four On Four" EP, and the bonus cuts originally released on the US album "Revenge Of The Prisoners", including version two of 'Revenge of The Cybermen' which hasn't been reissued since.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Thewisermiserdemelza & 7 on Discogs/5(17).
  3. From the propulsive teen garage of their debut album, "A Taste Of Pink", to 's classy "In From The Cold", the Kentish quartet's catalogue is an awesome musical treasure trove. The Prisoners were such a solid unit - a bunch of fiercely independent anti-hipsters who exuded a dryly silly sense of humour - and owed as much to the Pretty.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hurricane: The Best of the Prisoners - The Prisoners on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hurricane: The Best of the Prisoners - The Prisoners on AllMusic - Reaching My Head. Graham Day. The Prisoners.
  5. The Revenge of The Prisoners [Pink Dust - ] (U.S Compilation) Rare and Unissued [Hangman - ] Hurricane: The Best of The Prisoners CD [Big Beat - ] Live albums. Thee Milkshakes vs. The Prisoners [Media Burn Records ] Melanie/Reaching My Head/Hurricane/American Jingle/96 Tears/A Taste Of Pink//Love My Lies.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of The Wisermiserdemelza on Discogs/5(15).
  7. Feb 18,  · Provided to YouTube by Pias UK Limited Melanie · The Prisoners TheWiserMiserDemelza: Complete Big Beat Sessions ℗ Ace Records Released on: Composer: Graham Day Music Publisher.
  8. The Prisoners: Thewisermiserdemelza ‎ (CD, Album) Big Beat Records: CDWIKD UK: Sell This Version: CDWIKD The Prisoners: The Wisermiserdemelza: Complete 4/5(42).
  9. The band was featured on UK television’s The Tube with other Big Beat acts, celebrated on the EP Four On Four: Trash On The Tube, the Prisoners contributing the awesome ‘Reaching My Head’. The band was unhappy with the sound on their second album and returned to Own Up for ’s The Last Fourfathers, a less slick production, but a more.

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