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Skids - Into The Valley herunterladen Darsteller: Skids
Titel: Into The Valley
Stil: New Wave, Punk
Etikett: Virgin
# Cat: VS 241
Freigegeben: 1979
Land: Ireland
FLAC album: 2935 mb
MP3 album: 1056 mb
Bewertung: 4.5
Genre: Rockmusik


1T.V. Stars (Live At The Marquee)2:10
2Into The Valley3:15


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VS 241, VS241Skids Into The Valley ‎(7", Single)Virgin, VirginVS 241, VS241UK1979
100 435, 100 435-100Skids Into The Valley ‎(7", Single)Virgin, Virgin100 435, 100 435-100Germany1979
K-7472Skids Into The Valley ‎(7", Single)VirginK-7472Australia1979
VS 241Skids Into The Valley ‎(7", Single, Whi)VirginVS 241UK1979
VIP-2725Skids Into The Valley ‎(7", Single)VirginVIP-2725Japan1979


  • ProducerDavid Batchelor
  • Written-ByJobson, Adamson


B side recorded live at The Marquee, London on 1st. November 1978



89 видео Воспроизвести все The Best Punk Album in the World Ever. Into the Valley Betrothed and divine Realisations no virtue But who can define Why soldiers go marching Those masses a line This disease is View full lyrics. Similar Tracks. Skids are a punk band formed in Dunfermline, Scotland by Stuart Adamson on guitars, vocals, keyboards, percussion, Richard Jobson vocals, guitar, keyboards, Thomas Kellichan drums and William Simpson bass guitar, vocals in 1977. They signed to Virgin and issued Sweet Suburbia and The Saints Are Coming before shooting to popularity with top ten single Into The Valley, from their first album Scared to Dance. Into the Valley is a 1979 single by Skids, taken off their Scared to Dance album, and is their best known song, appearing on a number of punk rock and Scottish music compilation albums. It reached number 10 in the UK Singles Chart for the week ending 24 March 1979. It was written by Richard Jobson and Stuart Adamson. The song's lyrics are notoriously unintelligible owing to Jobson's diction. This has been sent up in a television advertisement for Maxell audio cassettes which features printed. Download and listen online Into The Valley by The Skids. Genre - Pop. Duration 03:11. Format mp3. The Skids - Into The Valley. No messages yet. Similar songs. The Skids - Into The Void. Samson - Into The Valley. The Vibrators - Into The Valley. Harrow - Into The Valley. Werifesteria - Into The Valley. Sport - To The Silenced. Skids are a Scottish punk rock and new wave band, formed in Dunfermline, Fife, in 1977 by Stuart Adamson guitar, keyboards, percussion and backing vocals, William Simpson bass guitar and backing vocals, Thomas Kellichan drums and Richard Jobson vocals, guitar and keyboards. Their biggest success was the 1979 single Into the Valley and the 1980 album The Absolute Game. In 2016 the band announced a 40th anniversary tour of the UK with their original singer Richard Jobson. So why are the Skids largely forgotten. For a band that had several top 20 hits Into The Valley, Working For The Yankee Dollar, Masquerade, a Top 10 album The Absolute Game, in 1980, a genuinely gifted guitar hero and a unique and uniquely Scottish sound, The Skids have been all but forgotten. Theres no dedicated website. Reissues came out on specialist punk label Captain Oi to very little attention, and even Scottish rock acts fail to namecheck a band that were one of the most distinctive and ambitious of the time. See which songs from which albums Skids played during the Into The Valley 40th Anniversary The Valley. This song is by The Skids and appears on the album Scared To Dance 1979 and on the compilation No Thanks the '70s Punk Rebellion 2003. Into the ValleyBetrothed and divineRealisations no virtueBut who can defineWhy soldiers go marchingThose masses a lineThis disease is catchingFrom victory to stone. Ahoy Ahoy Land, sea and skyAhoy Ahoy Boy, man and soldierAhoy Ahoy Deceived and then puncturedAhoy Ahoy Long may they die. Lyrics to 'Into The Valley' by Skids. Into the valley, Betrothed and divine, Realisations no virtue, But who can define, Why soldiers go marching, Those masses a line, This disease is catching. Into the valley Betrothed and divine Realisations no virtue But who can define Why soldiers go marching Those masses a line This disease is catching From victory to stone Ahoy Ahoy Land, sea and sky Ahoy