Media Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
plays great *******TESTED******
“The Aim of this record was to raise money for the Striking Miners and their families before Xmas but obviously in the light of the tragic and disgusting event in South Wales resulting in the murder of a Cab driver, some of the monies will also go now, to the widow of the man.
We do support the miners strike but we do not support violence. It helps no one and only creates further division amongst people.
This record is about Solidarity or more to the point – getting it back! If the miners lose the strike, the consequence will be felt by all the working classes. That is why it is so important to support it. But violence will only lead to defeat – as all violence ultimatly does.”
This is a benefit record with artists from The Style Council, Animal Nightlife and Heaven 17.
EMI Music Publishing Ltd
℗1984 Polydor Ltd. (London)
Original sound recording made by Polydor Ltd. (London)
Made in England.
P & c 1984 Polydor Ltd London
Track durations unlisted on release.
A. Soul Deep 6:14
B. A Miner’s Point 17:21
Barcode and Other Identifiers:
Matrix / Runout MINEX 1 A//1∇420 T 11 2 JA
Matrix / Runout MINEX 1 B//6∇420 W 11 4
Matrix / Runout MINEX 1 A//1∇420 T 11 3 JA
Matrix / Runout MINEX 1 B//6∇420 W 11 1
Phonographic Copyright (p) Polydor Ltd. (London)
Copyright (c) Polydor Ltd. (London)
Published By EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
Lacquer Cut At Tape One
Lacquer Cut At The Music Centre, Wembley
Pressed By PRS Ltd.