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P.I.L. (Public Image Ltd) - Plastic Box (4 CD Boxset) £7.99 delivered @ Amazon
P.I.L. (Public Image Ltd) - Plastic Box (4 CD Boxset) £7.99 delivered @ Amazon

P.I.L. (Public Image Ltd) - Plastic Box (4 CD Boxset) £7.99 delivered @ Amazon

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P.I.L. The Plastic Box (2009 issue UK 64-track 4-CD album set - Rising from the ashes of the Sex Pistols in 1978 Public Image Limited were by definition one of the pioneers of post-punk groups. With John Lydons vocals complemented by ex-Clash guitarist Keith Levene drummer Jim Walker and the now legendary Jah Wobble on bass the group created a more dub orientated style and their innovative music earned them 5 UK Top 20 Singles and 5 UK Top 20 Albums in a period stretching over thr ee decades.(show full description) Originally released in 1999 the long-deleted The Plastic Box provides a complete overview the bands work including tracks taken from every album together with John Peel sessions remixes and much more).

Disc 1

1. Public Image
2. The Cowboy Song
3. Theme
4. Religion I
5. Religion II
6. Annalisa
7. Low Life
8. Attack
9. Poptones (BBC John Peel Session)
10. Careering (BBC John Peel Session)
11. Chant (BBC John Peel Session)
12. Death Disco (12"' Remix)
13. 1/2 Mix Megamix
14. No Birds Do Sing
15. Memories

Disc 2

1. Another
2. Albatross
3. Socialist
4. The Suit
5. Bad Baby
6. Radio 4
7. Pied Piper
8. Flowers Of Romance
9. Four Enclosed Walls
10. Phenagen
11. Track 8
12. Hymie's Him
13. Under The House
14. Banging The Door
15. Go Back
16. Francis Massacre
17. Home Is Where The Heart Is

Disc 3

1. This Is Not A Love Song (12"' Remix)
2. Blue Water
3. Bad Life (Single Version)
4. Question Mark
5. Solitaite
6. Tie Me To The Length Of That
7. Where Are You?
8. The Pardon
9. 1981
10. The Order Of Death
11. F.F.F.
12. Rise
13. Fishing
14. Round
15. Home
16. Ease

Disc 4

1. Seattle
2. Angry
3. The Body (US 12"' Mix)
4. Selfish Rubbish
5. Disappointed
6. Happy
7. Warrior (12'" Extended Version)
8. USLS 1
9. Don't Ask Me
10. Criminal
11. Luck's Up
12. God
13. Cruel (BBC Mark Goodier Session)
14. Acid Drops (BBC Mark Goodier Session)
15. Love Hope (BBC Mark Goodier Session)
16. Think Tank (BBC Mark Goodier Session)

15 Comments

Another that i was missing, keep them coming, Superb price for some true sounds.

For those who require quicker delivery this is also available on amazon for the same price.

Amazon it is then. Now £11.99 on Play

this is what i want

Just ordered , brilliant price for a brilliant band .

bargain, voted hot.

Superb spot Mr Wedge.

great price for this, but I saw these live recently and I didn't really see the attraction. Maybe it's because I'd much rather of been listening to Pretty Vacant instead...

DTR

great price for this, but I saw these live recently and I didn't really … great price for this, but I saw these live recently and I didn't really see the attraction. Maybe it's because I'd much rather of been listening to Pretty Vacant instead...



Why did you go to see them then ?

Tallyho

Why did you go to see them then ?



Because it was a festival, they replaced Ash. Johnny Lydon was set to 'annoying' I think, he was coming out with crap like 'Don't thrrrrrow yourrrr bottlesssss at meeeee, throw them at the goverrrrrmennnnt!'

Seeing PiL live is like goint to watch Paul McCartney and having him say 'I'm not doing Hey Jude tonight, instead here's the Frog Chorus'. It's kind of good to be seeing Johnny Lydon, but you wish it was Johnny Rotten.
Edited by: "DTR" 15th Nov 2010

DTR

I think you missed the point PIL have their own songs about 9 albums worth. If you wanted to hear pretty vaccant go to pistols gig.

phatbhoy

DTRI think you missed the point PIL have their own songs about 9 albums … DTRI think you missed the point PIL have their own songs about 9 albums worth. If you wanted to hear pretty vaccant go to pistols gig.



I didn't miss the point. I understand that PiL are a band in their own right (despite having a GN'R-esq line up these days), but for myself and others at the festival, PiL felt like winning second prize. At least seeing the Pistols would have been something, they were legends. But PiL? They are simply what Jonnhy Rotten did next.

I always thought that PIL were far superior to the Pistols especially musicianship wise , all the Pistols were about was an image , nothing more nothing less .

Lost for words at how ridiculous this discussion has got. I'm out.

Hot deal tho.

phatbhoy

Lost for words at how ridiculous this discussion has got. I'm out.Hot … Lost for words at how ridiculous this discussion has got. I'm out.Hot deal tho.



Ridiculous because you disagree? Fair enough.
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