Label: Virgin (2) - V2167 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk
Consequently, Virgin's compilation album Cash Cows, which featured the Professionals' track "Kick Down the Doors", was withdrawn and the album was shelved. After Allan left the band, he was replaced by ex- Subway Sect bassist Paul Myers, with Ray McVeigh also joining the band as a second guitarist. Genres: Punk rock.
I Didn't See It Coming was the only album by punk rock band the Professionals to be released in the band's lifetime. It was first released by Virgin Records on November On J, Virgin/EMI released a CD edition of the album, appending six tracks previously released as singles and two songs recorded for the mooted The Professionals album.
The Door’s self titled first album came out at a strange time in America, sandwiched between established [and Establishment] AM Radio, who played the three minute or so radio version of the song, and the fledgling [and Anti Establishment] FM Radio, which usually came on at night, from 8 PM until 12 or 2 AM, playing the album length version of the song “Light My Fire.”/5(3).
· 5) Kick Down The Door 6) Little Boys In Blue 7) All The Way 8) Crescendo 9) Madhouse 10) Too Far To Fall 11) Just Another Dream 12) Kamikaze 13) 14) Mods, Skins, Punks 15) Join The Professionals 16) Has Anybody Got An Alibi 17) White Light/White Heat 18) Baby I Don't Care.
Consequently, the Virgin Records compilation album Cash Cows, which featured The Professionals' track "Kick Down the Doors", was withdrawn. Cook and Jones played together on Johnny Thunders' solo album, So Alone. They released four singles, recorded a self-titled LP that was shelved until , and released I Didn't See It Coming in November
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