DETOUR 2nd ISSUE SELL OUT to customers
Goodbye Victory Road has now been reworked and re-mastered with 2 additional tracks. The gatefold factory CD has new artwork and a full 16 page lyrics booklet. This is a very nice product
FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT WEREN’T QUICK ENOUGH TO GET THE 1st ISSUE OF GOODBYE VICTORY ROAD WE EXPECT THIS (new improved version) TO BE POPULAR.
This is still an independent released so this issue is limited to a press of 200 copies.
The first 50 copies will come with an A2 sized colour poster
similar to the new album’s front cover. This poster won’t be repeated.
WE ARE TAKING PRE-ORDERS TODAY!!!
<< COPIES SHOULD BE IN STOCK THE 2nd WEEK OF APRIL >>
ABOUT GOODBYE VICTORY ROAD
Described by some as a mod opera, Goodbye Victory Road has been reworked, having had a fair bit of new guitar and vocals added and some remixes that really bring the songs up to scratch. Also 2 great new songs added; “Kung Fu Fights” (this one aint actually about kung fu…. Or skinheads !) and album closer “Somewhere”.
This 23 song album is set in the late 70’s, in a working class dockside estate and is about Billy (an amateur boxer) and his disruptive mate Pip who gets given a hooky guitar. They're both there in '78 in a "true" story about young creative kids who are heading for a fall.
Recorded in Medway by a group of mod, indie and garage punk musicians (performing under the name of Goodbye Victory Road) that come from bands such as The Loop, The Bresslaws, The Regents, The Dying Breed, The Deccas, Superminx'70 and British Litter.
Goodbye Victory Road is possibly a unique release in today’s throw away culture so don’t be surprised if it (and the rest of Billy’s story) get re-packaged and then put out again by a bigger label.
This album deserves to do big things
so everyone within the scene please get behind it.