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That's Too Bad - 1978

That's Too Bad
Record Details -
Country - United Kingdom Highest Chart Position - Failed To Chart
Label - Beggars Banquet Cover Type - Picture Sleeve
Catalogue No - BEG 5 Number Issued - 4,000
Date Released - 10th February 1978 Barcode - None
Format - 7" Vinyl, 45 rpm, Stereo Release Type - Studio Single
Vinyl Colour & Weight - Black, 40 grams Rights Society - N/A
Images -
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Front Sleeve Rear Sleeve Side A Side B  
Tracklist -
A - 1. That's Too Bad 3.20  
B - 1. Oh! Didn't I Say 2.15  
Manufacturing -
Recorded at Spaceward Studios, Cambridge and remixed at The Manor Studio, Shipton-On-Cherwell
Mastered by JoNZ (John Dent) at The Sound Clinic, Chiswick, London.  
Metalwork by N/A  
Pressed by EMI Records, Hayes, Middlesex.  
Sleeve Printing by Delga Press Limited.  
Matrix Details - (S) Stamped (H) Hand Scribed
Variation #1
Side A - (S) BEG 5A 2U (H) JoNZ (S) G1
Side B - (S) BEG 5B 1U M1
Notes -
His initial pseudonym was "Valerian", probably in reference to the hero in the French science fiction comic series Valerian and
Laureline. The rear cover spells this as Valeriun.


Credits -  
Valerian (Gary Numan) - Vocals, Guitar
Scarlett (Paul Gardiner) - Bass
Rael (Bob Simmonds) - Drums | Jess Lidyard actually played the drums on this single.
Written By - Gary Numan
Photography By - Mike Stone
Published By - Beggars Banquet
Remixed By - Mick Glossop at The Manor Studio 23rd December 1977

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