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Television Personalities - 14th Floor mp3 track

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Performer: Television Personalities
Title: 14th Floor
Country: UK
Released: 1978
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock, Punk
Category: Rock / Pop
Rating: 4.5 ✦
Other format: TTA AAC MP1 MP4 MPC AUD MP3

Tracklist

Teen '78 14th Floor
Teen '78 Oxford St.,W.1

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SRTS/CUS 77089 Television Personalities 14th Floor ‎(7", Tee) Not On Label SRTS/CUS 77089 UK 1978
SRTS/CUS 77089 Television Personalities 14th Floor ‎(7", 'Re) Not On Label SRTS/CUS 77089 UK 1978
SRTS/CUS 77089 Television Personalities 14th Floor ‎(7", Fou) Not On Label SRTS/CUS 77089 UK 1978
SRTS/CUS 77089 Television Personalities 14th Floor ‎(7", San) Not On Label SRTS/CUS 77089 UK 1978
SRTS/CUS 77089 Television Personalities 14th Floor ‎(7", Single) Teen '78 SRTS/CUS 77089 UK 1978
Over 03 Television Personalities 14th Floor / Oxford St., W1 ‎(7", Num, RE, Whi) Overground Records Over 03 UK 1989
Over 03 Television Personalities 14th Floor / Oxford St., W1 ‎(7", RE) Overground Records Over 03 UK 1989
Over 03 Television Personalities 14th Floor / Oxford St., W1 ‎(7", RE, Yel) Overground Records Over 03 UK 1989
Over 03 Television Personalities 14th Floor ‎(7", W/Lbl) Overground Records Over 03 UK 1989


The Television Personalities are an English post-punk band formed in 1977 by London singer-songwriter Dan Treacy. Their varied, volatile and long career encompasses post punk, neo-psychedelia and indie pop; the only constant being Treacy's songwriting genius. Present and former members include Chelsea childhood mates 'Slaughter Joe' Joe Foster, one time best friend Ed Ball (early line-up, later briefly) and Jowe Head (ex-Swell Maps), with Jeffrey Bloom from 1983-94.

Listen to music from Television Personalities like Part Time Punks, A Picture Of Dorian Gray & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Television Personalities. Their first release (January 1978) was the single "14th Floor, Oxford Street W1". Their second release, the EP Where's Bill Grundy Now? features one of their best-known songs, "Part Time Punks". The Television Personalities' first album And Don't the Kids Just Love It was released in 1981.

Television Personalities – 14th Floor. I'm looking down on London But there's little I can see 'cause I'm living so high up And it looks so small to me And I'm feeling so frustrated 'cause the lifts are out once more And when I get home from work tonight I gotta climb 14 floors, I tell you mate. No no no there's nothing to do 14th floor No no no it hasn't got a view 14th floor No no no I've really got to go 14th floor Had enough of yesterday's show 14th floor Oh no my face don't fit 14th floor Just a number on the council list. Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings. 14th Floor" as written by Treacy.

B. Oxford St., W1. Notes. A side blank white label, B side blank pink label. Television Personalities. 14th Floor ‎(7", Tee). 14th Floor ‎(7", Single).

The Television Personalities' first album And Don't the Kids Just Love It was released in 1981. It set the template for their subsequent career: neo-psychedelia, an obsession with youth culture of the 1960s, a fey, slightly camp lyrical attitude, and the occasional classic pop song. Their second album Mummy Your Not Watching Me demonstrated increased psychedelic influences

The Television Personalities were an English post-punk band formed in 1978. The band was led by singer-songwriter Dan Treacy. The band's first release was in January 1978 with the single "14th Floor"/"Oxford Street W1", while their second, the EP Where's Bill Grundy Now? features one of their best-known songs, "Part Time Punks". In the middle of 1980, the Television Personalities made their live debut following the recruitment of Joe Foster on bass and Mark Sheppard (known as Empire) on drums. The Television Personalities' first album. And Don't The Kids Just Love It was released in 1981. Their second album Mummy Your Not Watching Me demonstrated increased psychedelic influences.

Beautiful Despair by Television Personalities, released 26 January 2018 1. Hard Luck Story Number 39 2. Razor Blades & Lemonade 3. How Does It Feel To Be Loved 4. Love Is A Four Letter Word 5. Beautiful Despair 6. If You Fly Too High 7. Have A Nice Da 8. I Get Frightened Too 9. Goodnight Mr Spaceman 10. Honey For The Bears 11. I Don't Want To Live This Life 12. I Like That In A Girl 13. My Very First Nervous Breakdown 14. I Suppose You Think It's Funny 15. This Heart's Not Made Of Stone Television Personalities unreleased album