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Jah Wobble in "Betrayal" is the debut studio album by English bass guitarist Jah Wobble. Produced by musician Eddie Jobson, it was released in May 1980 through Virgin Records. A dispute over the use of rhythm tracks from his then band Public Image Ltd. on the album led to his departure from the band.
Jah Wobble In Betrayal (CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial). Really out there and weird, but with a deep, groovy beat. It sounds futuristic even today. Similar deconstructionist approach to the early Devo, but a little bit less whimsical and more dour. Reply Notify me 3 Helpful.
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Tracklist: 1. Betrayal, 2. Beat The Drum, 3. Blueberry Hill, 4. Not Another, 5. . 6. Today Is The First Day Of The Rest Of My Life, 7. Dan McArthur, 8. Pineapple. More albums from Jah Wobble: Psalms by Jah Wobble. Umbra Sumus by Jah Wobble. Heaven & Earth by Jah Wobble. Radioaxiom – A Dub Transmission by Jah Wobble. Happy Together – The Total Balalaika Show by Jah Wobble. New York City: The Album by Jah Wobble. Elevator Music Volume 1A by Jah Wobble. Neon Moon by Jah Wobble. View all albums . The Legend Lives O. ah Wobble In Betrayal. By: Jah Wobble (1980, Electronic).
Jah Wobble - Betrayal (1980) Beat the Drum for Me. (play). Jah Wobble - Betrayal (1980) Dreadlock Don't Deal in Wedlock. Jah Wobble - Betrayal (1980) Blueberry Hill. Jah Wobble - Betrayal (1980) Tales from Outer Space.
|B||–Mr. X||Battle Of Britain||6:00|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
- Published By – Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd.
- Cover [Cover Idea] – Margaux*
- Design – Brian Palmer
- Drums – Martin Atkins
- Engineer – Mark Lusardi*
- Guitar – Mark Lusardi*
- Performer [All Instruments By] – Jah Wobble
- Photography By – Pete Vernon*
- Producer – Jah Wobble
- Written-By, Arranged By – Jah Wobble
-sleeve gives title "Battle Of Britain By Mr. X"
-label gives title as "Battle Of Britain" and credits the track to Mr. X
Track durations are wrong, Side A is 6:00, Side B is 7:59.
Record sleeve opens to the left side
Track A is the full-length version of Betrayal, the album uses a version faded out at 4:52, the 7" single a version faded out at 3:20.
Rear of sleeve (top right) wrongly gives matrix as VS 237-12.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (on Side A): VS.337-12-A-2 <
- Matrix / Runout (on Side B): VS.337-12-B-2 <
|VS 337||Jah Wobble / Mr. X||Jah Wobble / Mr. X - Betrayal (7", Single)||Virgin||VS 337||UK||1980|
|VS 337||Jah Wobble||Betrayal (7", W/Lbl)||Virgin||VS 337||UK||1980|
|VS 337||Jah Wobble||Betrayal (7", Single)||Virgin||VS 337||UK||1980|