Feeling Alright With The Crew is the first ever DVD to feature one of Punk's most popular and stalwart bands, 999. Formed in May 1977 the band were signed by United Artists and went on to establish a strong fan base not only in the UK but to a large extent in the U.S.A. The band went on to sign for Polydor and enjoyed continued popularity throughout the early 1980's.
Singer Nick Cash was previously a member of Kilburn And The High Roads with a pre-Blockheads Ian Dury.
Feeling Alright With The Crew captures the band live at the legendary Klub Foot in April 1984. Amongst the 13 tracks featured are "Homicide" (a UK top forty hit in November 1978), and the acclaimed tracks "Nasty Nasty" and "Emergency". Bonus material is included in the form of tracks taken from the band's appearance at the "Holidays In The Sun" festival held in Blackpool during 1996.
A British import with 13 songs including "Don't You Know I Need You," "Boys in the Gang," "Let's Face It," "Homicide," "My Street Stinks," and "I'm Alive."
Music (General) |
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Punk Rock |
Punk Rock |
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