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published: 25 / 6 / 2010

Television Personalities - Television Personalities


In our competition we have ten copies of a Television Personalities 23 song tribute album, 'All Those Times We Spent Together', from Canadian label The Beautiful Music to give away

Canadian-based label The Beautiful Music www.thebeautifulmusic.com has recently released 'All Those Times We Spent Together', the third album in a projected ten part tribute series to the Television Personalities. 'All Those Times We Spent Together' features contributions from twenty three international acts, each of whom has covered a different Television Personalities song. The two previous albums in the series were 'If I Could Write Poetry' (2005) and 'I Would Write A Thousand Words' (2008). The Beautiful Music have kindly given Pennyblackmusic ten copies of 'All Those Times We Spent Together' to give away as prizes. To win one, answer this easy question and send you answer to JohnClarkson@pennyblackmusic.co.uk -What is the name of the new Television Personalities album which was released in June on Rocket Girl? All answers must be received by Monday August 9th. All winners will be notified directly.

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Mark Rowland speaks Dan Treacy, the front man with influential C86/punk group the Television Personalities about his return to making music, his much publicised mental and physical health battles, and the band's new album which is due out next year


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With the first four Television Personalities LPs set for a reissue, Mark Rowland takes a look at their legacy

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