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As part of record store day 2015 (18th April) Demon records have released this double 10” vinyl set of The Sound’s Propaganda album from 1979 (but not released until 1999). The first album they made since changing their name from The Outsiders, and was recorded entirely at Adam Borland’s parent’s house. If you’re into Joy Division or even Interpol this is a must.

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Propaganda by The Sound 1 review. Add your own review. 9/10
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9/10 Customer review, 4th July 2016

Recorded in 1979 and capturing the era perfectly. Had this album been released upon it's completion, I have no doubt that instead of being one of best kept secrets, The Sound would have taken their rightful place alongside Gang Of Four, Magazine, Echo and the Bunnymen and countless other now classic acts that welcomed the 80's. I would describe Propaganda as a mix of the first Damned album morphed with Black and White by the Stranglers. The abrasive bar chord mayhem and glam rock inspired solos mixed with a unashamed use of a synth make this a must have.



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