Saturday, April 30, 2011

Simon F - Gun (Gun Control) (LP/1985)




01 I Want You Back (3:55)
02 Baby Pain (3:31)
03 Baby Doll Love (2:52)
04 Phones (3:41)
05 Perfect World (3:39)
06 A Million Miles From Happiness (4:51)
07 Hungry Life (3:45)
08 Mad Man Drum (3:11)
09 Dr. Christi (3:39)
10 Here Comes My Laugh 4:22

Extras & 12"

11 Breathless (Import LP Only) (4:34)
12 Hold The Bunker (Import LP Only) (3:38)
13 I Want You Back (Extended Mix) (5:14)







13 comments:

  1. Wow. Haven't heard this lp in more than 20 years. Thank you so much!!!

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  2. This had always been a favourite of mine when it was released. I have his 2nd LP/CD 'Never Never Land' from '87 and his other release as F Machine 'Here Comes The 21st Century' 1989.

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  3. i loved this album ...bought 2 lps and 2 cassettes in newcastle record shop after they supported king! still have them and play it a lot x

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  4. Man, all these years later, I still have such a soft-spot for this album. My overriding love of all things Billy Idol (back when GUN was released) certainly helped me fall head over heels for it. Didn't much care for the quieter follow-up NEVER NEVER LAND nor the F.MACHINE project. I see he's a writer now, oddly curious to see what his books are like...!
    Thanks for the original upload AND the new link :)

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    1. Your welcome! Thanks for the comment. I agree with all that you say. I hadn't heard about his exploration into authoring. I should post some of his earlier work as 'Interferon'!

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  5. Any chance of another re-upload? Thanks!

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    1. New link coming up! Thanks for mentioning it.

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  6. Any chance of getting that album of Simon F? Thank you in advance

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    1. I'll provide a new link if that is what you need, otherwise I'm willing to sell mine. lol...stay tuned and thanks!

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    2. Thanks mate...keep the good work on your blog...

      Cheers

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  7. both albums are brilliant with the usa version having a different mix

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