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Task Force- Fresh Air 7” ~REISSUE!

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Task Force- Fresh Air 7”.  A cool reissue featuring recordings by Task Force from Durham UK, who were local heroes in 1982-’84. Task Force formed around March 1982 and in early May of the same year they recorded their first demo including the songs ‘Fresh Air' and 'Youthanasia'. In early December of 1982 they hit the studio again and recorded their 2nd demo including the songs ‘Not So Brave’ ‘Tap Dance’ and ‘Face of the West’. In the same month, a local label produced the ‘Rock n Dole’ compilation 7” featureing TASK FORCE’s song 'Fresh Air' and three other local bands: Obnoxious Tartus, Decade Waltz’ and Hot Banana. The band split-up in 1984 and that song was the only song to ever be oficially released. This 7” reissue includes that song from the comp. along with the other 4 songs they recorded, which have remained unreleased until now. Cool reissue for fans of early brit punk bands like the Buzzcocks, Slaughter And The Dogs and Menace.

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