|Starring: ||John Smith and the Common Men|
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|Released: ||April 2013|
|Publisher: ||Hysterion Records|
|Format: ||7" single|
Note: Limited edition (1,000 copies) 7” vinyl EP released as part of Record Store Day on Saturday April 20th 2013. The EP contains 3 tracks of stock library music which were used in various 1960s episodes of Doctor Who. Follows previous Record Store Day vinyl exclusives Doctor Who Sound Effects in 2012 and the Dr Who & the Daleks mini-album in 2011.
The sound of tomorrow is forged in a select few nightspots, the locations of which are known only to the hippest beat-freaks.
A red-hot venue is the Inferno in London, where the young patrons have maintained a fierce loyalty to their house band John Smith and the Common Men. Mr. Smith’s true identity is something of a mystery — some say his real name is the Honourable Aubrey Waites while others claim he’s a doctor. After scoring a number two hit with side one of this E.P. he vanished in to thin air.
Now, nearly three years on from their original hit parade triumph, John Smith and the Common Men are back. The flip of this record features two tremendous tunes that are already top of the pops with the in-crowd at the Inferno.
Some guitar groups are on the way out, but this one is way out!
- Three Guitars Mood 2 by The Arthur Nelson Group (used as the “John Smith and the Common Man” music in An Unearthly Child)
- The Eyelash by Johnny Hawksworth (used in the “Inferno nightclub” scenes in The War Machines)
- Latin Gear by Johnny Hawksworth (ditto)