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Sta-Prest - Welcome To My World CD ~REISSUE!

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Sta-Prest - Welcome To My World CD.  Inspired by the fire of punk, in 1977 Dick York, Ray Kingstone & Geoff Green all from Wickford, Essex in the UK decided to form a band called Sta-Prest . The trio became part of the late 70's/early 80's Mod revival movement and became renowned for their powerful and energetic live performances and their much revered debut 7” ‘School Days’. That single is just two songs of perfect mod tinged punk and is comparable to other bands like The Chords, The Purple Hearts, The Lambrettas And The Circles. That single was the only thing Sta-Prest ever oficially released, but the band had recorded another 7 tracks back in the day. This CD reissues the two songs from the debut single and finally releases the 7 songs that have remained unreleased until now. Sta-Prest officially split up in 1982.  Import from the UK.

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