New album - share your thoughts!

  1. Yes, I would buy on vinyl. Black vinyl though - coloured vinyl nevers sounds as good for some reason (being serious there!). Include a download code. Signed would be nice but not essential. How about a good old fashioned gatefold sleeve with then and now pics - a great place for autographs to be collected? How about a lyric insert that also has a page naming all the crowdfunders - that would be a nice acknowledgement.

    (Posted on 2017-08-08 15:32:00 by Graham S.)
  2. I would be happy to help crowdfund such an excellent idea.
    I have no preference to the colour as long as it's 12" of new Deaf School material.

    (Posted on 2017-08-05 21:05:00 by John Gover)
  3. Yes, yes, yes!, coloured vinyl for me! I'll buy, how about bright orange!

    (Posted on 2017-08-03 11:22:00 by Grot Lill)
  4. Having stupidly got rid of my old vinyl collection about 20 years ago, and having recently started a new collection, I would love to be able to add some new Deaf School. Second Honeymoon was one of my first albums, much loved and practically worn out at uni in 1979. Looking forward to Liverpool in December.

    (Posted on 2017-07-30 19:39:00 by Amanda)
  5. Hi,

    Yes I´d love the album to be released on Vinyl (coloured) and signed by the band would be great option.
    As I´m sure you know with The Clang Groups releases, Domino are fantastic and I recently bought the new Peter Perrett signed album, a fantastic product!
    Looking forward to the album guys.

    (Posted on 2017-07-28 09:51:00 by Mike Belshaw)
  6. I'd definitely buy the album if it was released on vinyl, although I'd probably never play it. But then, I'd buy a Deaf School frisbee if it existed, and I'd never play with that either. Come to think of it, I REALLY WANT A DEAF SCHOOL FRISBEE.

    (Posted on 2017-07-28 08:52:00 by Brian)
  7. This will be the band's first complete album of new songs since English Boys/Working Girls in 1978. Songs have been written by Enrico, Average, Bette, The Rev and Clive - a real team effort! Due for release in October on CD - but what about vinyl? Please vote - the band wants to hear from you!

    (Posted on 2017-07-27 22:50:00 by deafster)


RIP Robb Skipper

On 23 July 1977, a month after playing six shows over three nights at CBGB's, Deaf School returned to New York to perform at the world-famous club, Reno Sweeney's. The show was recorded as part of an art/music cable TV show and we have three videos from the show for you to enjoy!


talks to Clive Langer

Newsnight's culture correspondent Stephen Smith spoke to Clive about his career - and the Clang Group.

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