Hip Priest and Kamerads. Lie Dream of a Casino Soul. Your browser does not support the audio element.
From the back sleeve: 'Hip Priest And Kamerads' comprises of material released on . s 'Hex Enduction Hour' and 'Room to Live' and 45's 'Lie Dream' and 'Look, Know' in pretty much the original format, terminal 1981 & 1982. Detailed info: 1, 10: from the single Lie Dream Of A Casino Soul; 2, 3, 5, 7: from the album Hex Enduction Hour; 4, 9: from the single Look, Know; 6, 8: from the album Room To Live. Similar to this release The Fall - Hip Priest And Kamerads but on labels, album title reads RIP PRIEST AND KAMERADS.
It was highly sought out in the '80s and early '90s, when it was harder to find copies of Hex Enduction Hour and Room to Live, where most of the songs first appeared.
Album Name Hip Priest and Kamerads. Erscheinungsdatum 1985. Labels Beggars Banquet Situation Two. Musik GenrePost-punk. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1. Side A. 1. Lie Dream of Casino Soul. Side B. Room to Live. 2. Mere Pseud Mag. Ed. 3. Hard Life in Country.
Hip Priest and Kamerads The Fall. Listen on Apple Music. 6. Who Makes the Nazis? 6:58. 7. Just Step Sideways.
Compilation album by The Fall. (St. Gallen, '83). Hard Life In The Country.
Hip Priest and Kamerads is a 1985 compilation album by British rock band The Fall, containing tracks taken from their releases on the Kamera label together with a d live track from the same era. It was subsequently reissued with a further four live tracks added. By 1985, the band's releases on the Kamera label were hard to find and fetching high prices among collectors.