The Well Pack Band - The Workers Speak To Their Slave Masters With Strike album flac
|A1||New Approach To Workers|
|A2||More Power To The Workers|
|A4||Management Attitude To Workers|
|B1||Better Working Conditions For Workers|
|B2||Union And Management|
|B3||More Opportunity For Worker's Children|
- Distributed By – EMI Belgium
- Arranged By [Horns] – John Kpiaye, Bammie*
- Music By – The Well Pack Band
- Producer, Composed By, Liner Notes – Winston Edwards
NotesSpecial thanks to the following musicians :
John Kpiaye, Vin Gordon, Jah Bunny, Noel Fish, Bammie >Michael "Bami" Rose, Dennis
Horns arranged by Bammie & John Kpiaye
Produced for Studio 16
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (runout stamped): side 1 (A) 062-6399-A//43493-2Y
- Matrix / Runout (runout stamped): side 2 (B) 63699-B//434941Y
- Rights Society: STEMRA
|WE 0011||The Well Pack Band||The Workers Speak To Their Slave Masters With Strike (LP, Album)||Studio 16||WE 0011||UK||1980|
|WE0011||The Well Pack Band||The Workers Speak To Their Slave Masters With Strike (LP, Album, RE)||Studio 16||WE0011||UK||Unknown|
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Performer – The Well Pack Band. Producer, Liner Notes – Winston Edwards. Label says 45rpm, but runs on 33 1/3rpm. Matrix, Runout (runout A etched): STRIKE - A WE - 0011 - A1. Matrix, Runout (runout B etched): STRIKE - B1 WE - 0011 - B1. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
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