Gen X ‎– 4 - Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM ( UK Import Vinyl ) -1981 Rock (vinyl)

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Gen X ‎– 4 -  Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM  ( UK Import Vinyl ) -1981 Rock

no stock photo - no sleeve 

Three members of Generation X were previously in the band Chelsea, along with lead singer Gene October. They soon broke away from October and selected the name Generation X (after Jane Deverson's 1965 sociology book, a copy of which was owned by Idol's mother).[1] Idol switched from guitar to singing, and Bob "Derwood" Andrewsjoined as lead guitarist after leaving the Fulham band Paradox. Generation X played their first concert on 14 December 1976 at The Roxy (becoming the first band to play at the venue).[1][5]

Towe was later replaced on drums by Mark Laff (ex-Subway Sect), to complete the 'official' line-up, before the band signed to Chrysalis Records and released their first single, "Your Generation" in September 1977.[6] They played this song on Marc Bolan's afternoon variety show, Marc, that same month. This line-up of the band would remain through their first two albums, the self-titled, Generation X (1978), followed by Valley of the Dolls

Label:Chrysalis ‎– CHS 12 2488
Format:Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:UK
Released:1981
Genre:Rock
Style:Pop Rock
Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ N/A
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 7- name on label
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 - 10
side 2 - 10
BIN # 52

Tracklist

A1 Dancing With Myself (Extended Version) 6:05
A2 Untouchables 3:35
B1 Rock On 2:19
B2 King Rocker 2:16

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