The Members formed in Camberley, England amongst the punk explosion of the summer of 1977. Their unique combination of reggae rhythms and punk attitude effectively worked to set the band apart. The Members quickly developed a following in London and scored a hit with their single “Sound of the Suburbs” – the success of which led them to release their debut album At the Chelsea Nightclub in 1979.
Drastic Plastic Records is pleased to present the album for its 35th anniversary in pristine high fidelity sound.
For Fans of Buzzcocks, Undertones, and 999
• Mastered for vinyl by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio
• Faithful, updated rendering of original art printed at Stoughton Printing Co.
• Limited foil-numbered editions of 1,500 200-gram black vinyl
&1,500 150-gram opaque green vinyl
• Manufactured for pristine sound at Quality Record Pressings
• Comes in European-style poly bag for protection and durability
A3 Don’t Push
A4 Offshore Banking Business
A5 Solitary Confinement
B1 Frustrated, Bagshot
B2 Stand and Spit
B3 The Sound of the Suburbs
B4 Phone-In Show
B5 Love in a Lift
B6 Chelsea Nightclub