Sunday, July 11, 2004

Accidents - "Blood Spattered With Guitars"

Accidents hailed from Chelmsford, Essex, U.K. where the B.B.C was born. They released the superbly titled slice of Mod called "Blood Spattered With Guitars" on Hook Line 'n' Sinker Records in 1979. In 1980 they recorded an LP, the equally brilliantly titled "Kiss Me On The Apocalypse", but it was shelved after reaching the test-pressing stage. "Blood" starts off slowly so don't dismiss it before it takes off in all its Mod glory. This "lost Band" became found again in 1996 when Detour Records released the album on CD. Accidents were Mark Robbins: lead guitar, Nick Smith: bass, Terry Ruffle: vocals & guitar and Paul Sullivan drums.

Accidents - "Blood Spattered With Guitars"

3 Comments:

Blogger pabloidz said...

Great tune from Accidents!
I discovered this band at the Mod-pop-Punk Archives. Seems that mod songs sounds fine easily...

11:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The accidents came from MALDON essex!! ex Dawn Treader roadie Matt

5:03 AM  
Anonymous Industrial Accidents said...

Great post! yesterday i found another great video post about Industrial Accidents. Here is the link
Industrial Accidents
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4:52 PM  

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