PLAY HARD
RECORDS

 Independent label: Play Hard Records was a label of the late 1980s. Play Hard was set-up by a renowned DJ from Manchester called Dave Haslam and Nathan McGough, the son of the Liverpool poet Roger McGough. Play Hard Records Former Address: 48 Princess Street
Manchester M1 6HR. King of the Slums were a British alternative rock band. Formed in Greater Manchester in the mid-1980s, the band specialised in a kind of electric violin and guitar-driven rock music, and released their debut single in 1986. Whilst the band earned some critical acclaim from the UK music press, commercial success eluded them and the group disbanded in the early 1990s following the release of their second studio album, Blowzy Weirdos (1991). An album of new material plus some older songs appeared in 2009 credited to both King of the Slums and Slum Cathedral User, which was the original name of
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88 Various Artists Head Over Ears (Album) PLAY HARD DEC 007
88 King Of The Slums England`S Finest Hopes (12") PLAY HARD DEC 008
88 M C Buzz B Slap Head (12") PLAY HARD DEC 09
88 Kit My Design (12") PLAY HARD DEC 10
88 Train Set Sink Or Swim (12") PLAY HARD DEC 11 
88 Dub Organiser I'Ve Got A Weapon (12") PLAY HARD DEC 12
89 King Of The Slums Bombs Away On Harphurey PLAY HARD DEC 13



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