Indie Originals: The New Hormones Story

The story of New Hormones records 1977-1983

A New Hormones mix

with 6 comments

Buzzcocks – Boredom
Ludus – Sightseeing
The Tiller Boys – Big Noise from the Jungle
The Decorators – Twilight View
Eric Random  – Fade in
Dislocation Dance – Vendetta (Theme)
The Diagram Brothers – Bricks
Biting Tongues – Denture Beach
Ambrose Reynolds – Holy Mackerel
Ludus – Box
Dislocation Dance – You’ll never, never know
CP Lee Mystery Guild – Gabble natter chatter
The Diagram Brothers – Fondue Soiree
Eric Random meets The Bedlamites – Bolero (Version)
Ludus – Mistresspiece
Gods Gift – Soldiers
Dislocation Dance – Rosemary
Eric Random meets The Bedlamites – Eastern Promise
Ludus – I stabbed at the sheep
Dislocation Dance – Remind me.

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  1. What an incredible labour of love this site is! Respect is due.

    Just a short query- does the NH mix exist to download? If so, I can’t find the link on the page…

    Irk The Purists

    February 22, 2008 at 11:24 am

  2. Thanks Andrew!

    The mix is not available online (yet) I’m afraid. I know it’s a bit ‘old school’ to respect the copyright on music, but I didn’t feel it was appropriate to post the music without permission from the artists. They are no longer going concerns, so they are not going to make the lost income back touring, as is the new music biz norm. Fyi, LTM Recordings is planning to release a compilation of New Hormones tracks later this year.

    Regards,
    Justin

    justintoland

    February 24, 2008 at 11:54 pm

  3. This just in: someone somewhere has stolen my memories – must have, ‘cos this exemplary site seems to have them. thanks, ‘cos i’m not sure i’ve enough room on the aging biodrive. This week’s P K Dick moment: local 2nd hand bookstore window features US TOR version of (previously unreleased) ‘Voices From the Street’ (1952), which of course I snap up. Sleeve notes cite one Richard Yates as comparable Yank author at this period. Who he? Two days later, Sunday paper carries his profile! This site, right now, carries a bit of mine.

    richard boon

    February 25, 2008 at 10:46 pm

  4. Brilliant site. Been into the music since being a member of Secret Public (card no. 1020). Been longing to see something up on web for New Hormones for years. It’s fantastic news that many of those great records are available in digital form through LTM too. Keep up the good work. Hoorah!

    Dave Clarkson

    February 26, 2008 at 7:00 pm

  5. A truly excellent and informative site and all credit must go to the author. It always rankled that New Hormones didn’t have its history documented and revered like the other Manchester outfit. Even nicer to find Gods Gift getting mentioned in almost a positive light – what’s the world come to? If you require info Justin, get in touch.

    Steve Murphy

    May 13, 2008 at 2:28 pm

  6. i have compiled this mix if anyone cares, can zip & upload it, sidecinema@hotmail.com

    rudeboynoah

    December 6, 2010 at 5:54 pm


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