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Benny Godflesh in Liverpool 1989
rare 'Pure'-era line-up featuring Robert Hampson (Loop/ Main) and Mick Harris (Napalm Death/ Scorn etc)
Photos of Godflesh taken at Edwards No8 and Birmingham University.Maybe someone can remember the exact dates.
Programme from the first ever Donington 'Monsters of Rock' Festival (1980) which took place on August 16. Included on the bill were: Rainbow, Scorpions, April Wine, Judas Priest, Saxon (who recorded as the semi-official live album Donnington: The Live Tracks), Riot, Touch etc.
This is a piece of collage artwork created in celebration of Home of Metal.
Various fanzines (1980s)
This is the gig journal of heavy music fan Chris Hopkins.
Godflesh photographs & t-shirt, circa 1988.
Godflesh flyer promoter: PNW presents Goldflesh with support from Cable Regime & Make Them Die Slowly at Birmingham University Student Union £2/2.50
Old shirts from the late eighties to early nineties.
The Kinks ' You Really Got Me' 7" single (1964). Credited by many as being one of the first 'heavy metal' songs.
Type writer produced early Godflesh biography made by Earache. Courtesy of Digby Pearson, founder of Earache Records From their archive.
More Images of Godflesh from Edwards No8
Home of Metal plectrum
Ltd Edition versions of 'Pure' came with a free poster
Godflesh (1990) Earache Records - mock up of artwork This is the band's first release. Initially released on Swordfish Records, in 3 versions, only on vinyl. The band signed to Earache Records shortly after, and both Earache and Silent Scream recordings re-issued this recording 2 years later. Earache's version contained 2 bonus tracks Courtesy of Digby Pearson, founder of Earache Records From their archive.