(HQ digital stereo remaster) I don't normally post videos available elsewhere, but this clip has been butchered on various commercial releases. It all goes back to when this clip was converted from PAL to NTSC for the USA market, which completely ruined the colours and made it all "washed out". This version then infected all subsequent releases of this clip - including having the NTSC version converted BACK to PAL in Australia for the DVD release "Goldfish (Jokes, Magic and Souvenirs)"! Double Standards Conversions - AARGH - I hate that so much it should be a criminal offence. Some people just don't care about quality. StereoMusicVideo to the rescue again, to make right what was put wrong. Here is the clip from the original PAL master, with rich colours and no titles. Enjoy.
Of Skins and Heart is the debut album by Australian alternative rock band The Church. It was released in April 1981 by EMI/Parlophone records and reached No. 22 on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart. It is the only album to feature founding member Nick Ward on drums and is largely dominated by simple-structured, post-punk songs. It was produced by Chris Gilbey and Bob Clearmountain.
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