Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Albertos Y Lost Trios Paranoias - Heads Down, No Nonsense, Mindless Boogie

This one is a real classic, something for everybody here. Made up of two singles in a gatefold sleeve (for 75p - oh yes bargain)

First of all you get the excellent 'Heads Down No Nonsense, Mindless Boogie, if this doesn't have you dancing around your living room, nothing will. The second song is ' Thank You' this is the polite version you can play in front of your mum or even your granny. The third song is the classic 'F*** You' exactly the same as 'Thank You' with guess what? a slight change to the words. 'Dead meat' is a spoof interview, that doesn't work in my opinion, but what can you expect when you get three classics for 75p.

This has the classic 'Porky Prime Cut' etching on the first single, and on the second it has 'Er! Great Yeah A Porky Noble Prime Cut mmmm" Don't know what it means but for trivia purposes here it is.

Band: Albertos Y Lost Trios Paranoias
Label: Logo
Year: 1978
1. Heads Down, No Nonsense, Mindless Boogie
2. Thank You
3. F*** You
4. Dead Meat Pt. II

Ripped from glorious scratched vinyl:

If you like this then go and buy this, it has a few of their singles including 'Heads Down' and 'Thank You':
Mandrax Sunset Variations
Mandrax Sunset Variations


Zer0_II said...

I've added your blog to the Punk category of the Digital Meltd0wn Music Blogroll @ http://music-bloggers.blogspot.com as you requested.

It's not a requirement, but if you could link back to the blogroll in any way I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks for the great tunes, and keep up the good work.

farmer glitch said...

Porky Prime was a slogan stuck on many many discs from the late 70's - indicating who pressed/cut them - more info here for you


Excellent blog btw..


garychching said...

Thanks for your comment Farmer Glitch. Nice link to complete the trivia info. I never knew George Peckham was Porky, and I also thought it was someone else that did the porky derivatives. You learn something everyday

Anonymous said...

'Er! Great Yeah A Porky Noble Prime Cut mmmm"
Was probably a continuation of the Bob Harris skit on Dead Meat pt II.

garychching said...

you could be right anon