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  • Privilege is the fifth album by English rock band Television Personalities. It was released in through Fire Records. The album was recorded as a trio, with former Swell Maps member Jowe Head and drummer Jeffrey Bloom accompanying Dan parmobontcicarnofacogostealabe.xyzinfo: Punk rock, new wave.
  • Jan 21,  · All three questions are raised by the new Television Personalities archive release Beautiful Despair. Rather than being an unreleased album, it is a collection of 15 previously unheard home recordings taped in 19between the albums Privilege () and .
  • "Part Time Punks" is song by the English post-punk group Television Personalities. Written in by band leader and vocalist Dan Treacy, it was released as a single in on Rough Trade parmobontcicarnofacogostealabe.xyzinfo record features Treacy, fellow teenager and school friend Ed Ball, and drummer Mark Sheppard. "Part Time Punks" first release came as part of their four song EP "Where's Bill Grundy Now?".
  • Liner notes from the cassette, obtained by Fox News, showed the album was co-produced by "Jim Kimmel" and credited Kimmel for all "comedy material" on the album, except for a handful of unrelated.
  • Mar 07,  · Television Personalities: Privilege (LP) Television Personalities: Closer to God (2 x LP) Enter the Wu-Tang 36 Chambers (cassette album) Yazoo: Situation – .
  • Television Personalities - Privilege Format: LP. Label: Fire Records. More Info: It's nine years since John Lennon died, and five years since The Television Personalities have had an album released. Fire Records sign the latest incarnation of the TVPs and let them loose in a proper studio.
  • Privilege, an Album by Television Personalities. Released in on Fire (catalog no. FIRE CD21; CD). Genres: Indie Pop, Neo-Psychedelia, Post-Punk. Featured peformers: Dan Treacy (writer), Phil Vinall (producer), Television Personalities (producer).
  • about Television Personalities unreleased album. Recorded by Jowe and Dan at Jowe's flat in Glading Terrace, Stoke Newington (shortly before it was demolished), over a number sessions on a portable 4-track cassette-tape machine. Transferred to digital format at Sonic Bunker by Jowe and Rob McClymont.