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The Star Club (ザ・スター・クラブ) is an influential Japanese punk rock band that was formed in Nagoya in 1977 and has been based in Tokyo since 1987. The band has had a long career with numerous lineup changes, all centered on vocalist Hikage. The Star Club was the first punk band in Nagoya, when they formed in April 1977. Their first release was a live 7-inch vinyl record in 1978 which was "heavily English influenced punk with a rock and roll edge".
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Live! at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany; 1962 is a double album featuring live performances by the English rock band the Beatles, recorded in late December 1962 at the Star-Club during their final Hamburg residency. The album was released in 1977 in two different versions, comprising a total of 30 songs by the Beatles. The performances were recorded on a home tape machine using a single microphone, resulting in a low fidelity recording.
This week on The Final Count Ryan talks with the monster known as The Zodiak. Discussing such topics as his evolving throughout the years, his monsters ball match in IWA Mid-South with Impact wrestling's Abyss, his working with the leader of Jason Saint, doing Bomb Shelter with Joseph Schwartz and much more. Ryan is joined by our first guest former WWE developmental star Dean The Cooler Visk who discusses such topics as how he got into pro wrestling & coming up with The Cooler gimmick/character. Then Ryan is joined by our feature guest former WWE star Caylen Croft who discusses such topics as his time in OVW & working with his different partners in OVW. Finally to close out the show some of our alumni have sent in a little something special for not only the show but you the fans on this 1 year anniversary.
The late 1962 Star Club residency, from December 18th to December 31st, was to be the Beatles’ third and final stint in Hamburg. Earlier in the spring, at their first Star Club stint, they had been informed of the death of original bassist Stuart Sutcliffe. Ringo Starr had come aboard in August. Paul McCartney’s vocal on the early version of I Saw Her Standing There attests that all this band needed, for the best ever start to a debut album, was that famed count in of One, two, three, fauh! And on I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Cry (Over You), we have Ringo Starr, whirling drum kit dervish, as Keith Moon before Moon was Moon. Nonetheless, Harrison, who had said that the Beatles were never better than they were in Hamburg, called the Star Club tapes, the crummiest recordings ever made in our name.
A final note: This album was relased in the . 5 days before the live album authorized by The Beatles called "The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl". It seems that EMI and The Beatles were trying to "kill" the release of the "Star Club" recordings releasing their authorized recording at almost the same time. Of course, the "Hollywood Bowl" sold very well in comparison to the "Star Club" album, even being at the top of the charts.
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NotesComes with lyric sheet
Red Sticker on Front Cover
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: T4988 002 02019 5
|VICL-62954||The Star Club||Final Count (CD, RE)||Victor||VICL-62954||Japan||2008|
Performer: The Star Club
Title: Final Count
Date of release: 1986
Size MP3: 1549 mb
Size FLAC: 1251 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
Other Formats: MIDI RA AA AU WAV WMA VOX