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Sector 27 - Invitation: What Have We Got To Lose ? Album

Sector 27 - Invitation: What Have We Got To Lose ? Album Performer: Sector 27
Title: Invitation: What Have We Got To Lose ?
Style: Pop Rock
Category: Rock
Date of release: 1980
Size MP3: 2462 mb
Size FLAC: 1682 mb
Rating: 4.1

Tracklist

Dungannon2:51
Invitation: What Have We Got To Lose ?3:32

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Sec 28, Sec.28Sector 27 Invitation: What Have We Got To Lose ? ‎(7", Single)Panic Records , Panic Records Sec 28, Sec.28UK1980
6059 351Tom Robinson Sector 27 Invitation (What Have We Got To Lose?) ‎(7", Single)Vertigo6059 351Netherlands1980

Album

Short-lived band formed by Tom Robinson in 1980, this was the opening track on their one and only 27 were an English new wave band founded in 1979 by Tom Robinson. Their 1980 debut album, Sector 27, was produced by Steve Lillywhite. Robinson subsequently left the band, and the band continued without him for a number of years. Sector 27 toured with Elton John and The Police. Tom Robinson formed the band in late 1979 as an effort to begin a new direction. The band made their debut in Liverpool on 11 January 1980. The band released their first records on their own label, Panic Records. Album Sector 27. Invitation: What Have We Got To Lose Lyrics. Darkness passing at the break of day The groundswell high and the tide was grey Invitation from the other side But we have our reasons and I got my pride. What have we got to lose if we try it on. Hide or sleep and we shall find It's either me scares easy or it's you thats blind Invitation from the other side But we have our reasons and I got my pride. What have we got to lose if we try it on None of them bastards notice when we're gone What have we got to lose if we try it on Not one of them bastards notice when we're gone. What have we got to lose More on Genius. From The Album. Play album. Sector 27 Complete. Sector 27. 60 listeners. 1 more album featuring this track. Do you know the lyrics for this track. Formed by Tom Robinson in late 1979 as an effort to begin a new direction, Sector 27 made their live debut in Liverpool on 11th January 1980. Comprised of Tom Robinson vocals, guitar, Stevie Blanchard guitar, vocals, Jo Burt bass, vocals, and Derek Quinton drums, the band released their first records on their own label, Panic Records. Sector 27 tom robinson invitation: what have we got to lose, DUNGANNON 1988 Condition: Used. Time left: 21h 43m 40s Ships to: Worldwide. SECTOR 27 Invitation What Have We Got To Lose 1980 UK 7 Vinyl single TOM ROBINS Condition: Used. Buy track. Hi, we'd really appreciate your help If you enjoy our site, please consider supporting us by sparing a few seconds to disable your ad blocker. Songs in album Tom Robinson - Sector 27 Complete 1996. Tom Robinson - Can't Keep Away Bonus Track. Tom Robinson - Invitation What Have We Got To. More albums from Sector 27. Not Ready. Invitation: What Have We Got to Lose Song Statistics. From the release Sector 27 Complete Album. First Played in Concert March 7, 1981 by Sector 27 at Paard van Troje, The Hague, Netherlands. Most Recently Played March 7, 1981 by Sector 27 at Paard van Troje, The Hague, Netherlands. Report a problem: Wrong album assigned. Performing Artists. producer: Steve Lillywhite. recording of: Invitation: What Have We Got to Lose lyricist and composer: Tom Robinson British singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter

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Listen to music from Sector 27 like Total Recall, One Fine Day & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Sector 27. Formed by Tom Robinson in late 1979 as an effort to begin a new direction, Sector 27 made their live debut in Liverpool on 11th January 1980. Comprised of Tom Robinson vocals, guitar, Stevie Blanchard guitar, vocals, Jo Burt bass, vocals, and Derek Quinton drums, the band released their first records on their own label, Panic Records. Listen free to Sector 27 Sector 27 Complete Can't Keep Away, Invitation: What Have We Got To Lose and more. 19 tracks 71:28. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Sector 27 were an English new wave band founded in 1979 by Tom Robinson. Their 1980 debut album, Sector 27, was produced by Steve Lillywhite. Robinson subsequently left the band, and the band continued without him for a number of years. Sector 27 toured with Elton John and The Police. Tom Robinson formed the band in late 1979 as an effort to begin a new direction. The band made their debut in Liverpool on 11 January 1980. The band released their first records on their own label, Panic Records. Sector 27. Not surprisingly, Robinson's music-business experiences provided a tempting, if obvious target. Looking at You twits impersonal rock stars, while Take It or Leave It wryly finds no difference between major and indie labels' business ethics Do as we say the alternative way, remember who's running the show. However, Sector 27 couldn't shake off TRB's legacy and split after a year of marginal gigging, while Robinson resumed his solo career, which gradually assumed a more middle-of-the-road flavor than his previous work. Tom Robinson - Sector 27 Complete 1996. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Tom Robinson - Sector 27 Complete 1996. Tom Robinson - Can't Keep Away Bonus Track. This album is the last stand of a man deciding where he fits among his peers and acquitting himself well in the process. The music on this blog is intended to promote artists and labels and eventually to save the sound for future listening. It is made out of passion, without any commercial purpose. It aims to be a resource and research tool for the exploration of music as a part of cultural and social history, as a form of critique and celebration. Sector 27 скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню Sector 27 - Mary Lynne, Sector 27 - Total Recall, Sector 27 - Not Ready, Sector - Uplifting-Track-Stems-Project-Vol2 February 27, 27. Background information. Sector 27 were a British new wave band founded in 1979 by Tom Robinson. 1 History. Album by Sector 27. Cant Keep Away. Invitation: What Have We Got to Lose Not Ready. Mary Lynne. Looking at You. Five 2 Five. Total Recall. Where Can We Go Tonight Take or Leave It. Bitterly Disappointed. One Fine Day. Day After Day. Won't You Tell Me How I Feel. Martin's Gone. Christopher Calling. Out in the Cold Again. search for Sector 27 , Sector 27 Complete. I'm scratching my head at the ambivalence the original Sector 27 album endured among both critics and fans. I find this all quite puzzling, as Sector 27 is clearly Robinson's strongest and most intriguing work. The music pumps, swaggers, and stomps, while the melodies - alternately pretty and anthemic - stick to you like cacti. If any thing's off-putting, it's Robinson's gruff, throaty, shouted vocals. In this setting he sounds like an old pub-rocker paired up with a young art-school band

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