Predatur: Seen You Here b/w Take A Walk

SKU: 40317458
Predatur: Seen You Here b/w Take A Walk

Predatur: Seen You Here b/w Take A Walk

SKU: 40317458


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Title: Seen You Here b/w Take A Walk
Artist: Predatur
Label: On the Dole Records
Product Type: 7-INCH SINGLE
UPC: 7350107320109
Genre: Rock

The Jobcentre Rejects series of compilation albums is a Nuggets, Pebbles, Killed By Death for the NWOBHM genre. The singles featured on Jobcentre Rejects are all very rare and highly collectable. This limited RSD vinyl 45rpm re-issue is a good opportunity to lay your hands on a gem featured on Jobcentre Rejects at a more affordable price.Predatür unleashed the irresistible "Seen You Here" 45 back in '82. It was the Reading bands' only single, but what a DIY total knock-out blast of a vinyl forty-five it is!!! The Motörhead-evoking umlaut aside, the overriding influence on the rough creation is Status Quo and (loads of) beer-stained guitar boogie.Housed in a picture sleeve that appears to have been drawned by someone in the last row of the classroom and a sound that is perfect raw pub-metal and punk rock boogie, this is stuff destined to drive it's listeners into an unhinged binge of air guitar frenzy and spontaneous loud hollers of joyThe original artwork from 1982 is reproduced and the sound is carefully remastered.

1.1 Seen You Here
1.2 Take a Walk
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