Tag Archives: Miles Copeland

Those First Impressions: The Police – Fall Out

The Police: Fall Out UK 7″ [1977] Fall Out Nothing Achieving The debut single by The Police was nothing that I ever concerned myself with back in the day. I came gradually to admire the band, to the point that … Continue reading

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A Young Person’s Guide To: Urgh! A Music War [part 2]

So yesterday we took a look at the double album version of “Urgh! A Music War.” Due to the wide ranging tentacles of the Copeland family musical empire, it stands as a rather thoroough snapshot of the New Wave scene … Continue reading

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A Young Person’s Guide To: Urgh! A Music War [part 1]

Back in 1981, the Copeland’s IRS Records/FBI empire reached its fullest flowering with the ambitious “Urgh! A Music War” project. The film/double album featured every band the consortium managed or released. Between IRS Records and Frontier Booking International, almost everyone … Continue reading

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