8 thoughts on “ The Short Answer - Billy Bragg - Workers Playtime (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Best of Billy Bragg at the BBC – Limited edition g White Vinyl Fully remastered. LP and 12×12 art print Out Now. Featuring 38 Classic tracks compiled from the BBC archive spanning to Fully remastered many previously unreleased.
  2. Workers Playtime is a album by Billy Bragg. Originally released on the Go! Discs label, it is his fourth release but third full-length album. It was reissued on compact disc in September on the Cooking Vinyl label before being remastered, expanded and reissued in on Cooking Vinyl in the UK and on the Yep Roc label in the United States.
  3. Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards? This is the album that delivered that leap, painted you a picture and then left a Little Time Bomb. But with added pizazz! Peek behind the velvet curtains and see the inner workings of how this album was formed by listening to the exclusive demo versions of familiar tracks. Cooking Vinyl re-issue in Contains original album plus CD2 - bonus CD with.
  4. Billy Bragg represents the essence of modern British folk music. The lyrics on this are both romantic and poetic. If you like Oasis and The Smiths, but don't always want the heaviness of their music, then Billy Bragg is for you, just be careful some of his other albums are very socialist and deal with specific world crisis that are a bit dated/5(38).
  5. Billy Bragg - Workers Playtime Album Lyrics; 1. Love Has No Pride Lyrics: 2. That’s Entertainment Lyrics: 3. She’s Got a New Spell Lyrics: 4. Valentine’s Day Is Over Lyrics: 5. That's Entertainment Lyrics: 6. The Only One (demo) Lyrics: 7. The Price I Pay (demo) Lyrics: 8. Bad Penny (demo) Lyrics: 9. Reason to Believe (live) Lyrics:
  6. Though still a caustic rabble-rouser, Bragg revealed on 's Worker's Playtime he was equally adept at discussing the struggles of love as he was at discussing the struggles of the working class. As with Volume 1, each release features the re-mastered original and a second disc of bonus material, much of it previously unavailable and handpicked by Billy and longtime Bragg cohorts Grant Showbiz and /5(38).
  7. By the time Billy Bragg began recording Workers Playtime in the fall of , he'd gone from a rabble-rousing leftist songwriter and D.I.Y. one-man punk band to a bona fide pop star in the U.K., and had won a sizable cult following (and a major-label recording contract) in the United States. In addition, Bragg had begun expanding the stark sound of his early recordings on his album.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Workers Playtime on Discogs. Label: Elektra - 9 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo /5(11).

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