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8 Comments on " Back From The Dead - The Adverts - The Best Of The Adverts (CD) "

  • The Adverts were an English punk band who formed in and broke up in late They were one of the first punk bands to enjoy chart success in the UK; their single "Gary Gilmore's Eyes" reached No. 18 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Adverts - Television's Over / Back From The Dead at Discogs. Complete your The Adverts collection/5(84).
  • These days everyone knows that you can't take advertisements at face value. Photoshop, misleading wording, deliberate omission of certain facts -- all frequent techniques that advertisers use to toe the line while they're pushing their product down your throat.
  • Dec 01,  · Looking back at the TV adverts of the past decade, it's difficult not to be struck by the creativity on show. Rather than the movie-influenced blockbuster ads of the 90s, much of the industry.
  • The Adverts' vinyl efforts had been nearly impossible to find even when I looked for them in the late 70s. The reissues on cd went out of print, it seemed, before I could grab any. What's more, I had Gary Gilmore's Eyes on a Dutch "new wave" (more like pub rock!) compilation back in and was sick of the song, although I liked its undeniable /5(2).
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  • 'Television's Over' was a pretty poor representative to premier The Adverts then forthcoming album; the rage worthy Cast of Thousands. It's kind of a half-assed album track to be frank. The b-side - 'Back From the Dead' - ain't worth the weight of the seven inches it's pressed on either but at least it's a fast one.
  • Good or great examples of ads.