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Performer: Nash The Slash
Title: Hammersmith Holocaust
Style: Electro, Synth-pop
Released: 1980
Country: Canada
Size MP3 version: 1706 mb
Size FLAC version: 1635 mb
Size WMA version: 1817 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 359
Genre: Electronic

Nash The Slash - Hammersmith Holocaust mp3 flac

Vinyl rip of 'Nash The Slash - Children Of The Night' from 1981.

James Jeffrey "Jeff" Plewman (March 26, 1948 – May 10, 2014), better known by his stage name Nash the Slash, was a Canadian musician. A t, he was known primarily for playing the electric violin and mandolin, as well as the harmonica, keyboards, glockenspiel, and other instruments (sometimes described as "devices" on album notes). Nash worked as a solo artist beginning in 1975; founding the progressive rock band FM in 1976.

The rarest Nash the Slash release was Hammersmith Holocaust. It captures a young Nash supporting Gary Numan at his famous Hammersmith Odeon show. Artoffact Records reissues Hammersmith Holocaust in a gatefold sleeve. As a special bonus, Gary Numan has written a wonderful piece for the liner notes, explaining why he invited Nash to be his support, as well as how influential Nash was over the years. Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Wrong album? Let us know. Expand player Collapse player. HAMMERSMITH HOLOCAUST Vinyl Record. For a limited time only.

Album · 2016 · 5 Songs. Hammersmith Holocaust Nash The Slash.

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Hammersmith Holocaust (1980). Album by Nash the Slash.

Another re-release courtesy of Artoffact Records, Nash The Slash's legendary live album 'Hammersmith Holocaust', which captures Nash's (AKA Jeff Plewman) performance supporting Gary Numan in 1980. makes its way into the 21st century. A direct from the soundboard recording the album is pretty good quality throughout. There isn't a large amount of crowd noise and the on-stage mix.


A1 Wolf
A2 Smoke On The Water
B1 Children Of The Night
B2 Barbara O'Riley
B3 Danger Zone

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  • Recorded At – Hammersmith Odeon


Release of limited edition (300 copies) live "official" bootleg of Hammersmith Holocaust, recorded at The Hammersmith Odeon opening for Gary Numan. All three hundred copies are hand-stamped by Nash and Mike Dent, his sound tech. It takes three days of sitting on the floor of their apartment to stamp all the labels and jackets as well as number each one. The LP's are distributed to radio and music journalists. They are not for sale. This is the rarest of Nash recordings.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AOF207 Nash The Slash Hammersmith Holocaust ‎(LP, RE, RM, TP) Artoffact Records AOF207 Canada 2016
AOF207 Nash The Slash Hammersmith Holocaust ‎(LP, Ltd, RE, RM, Squ) Artoffact Records AOF207 Canada 2016
none Nash The Slash Hammersmith Holocaust ‎(5xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM) Artoffact Records none Canada 2016
AOF207 Nash The Slash Hammersmith Holocaust ‎(LP, RE, RM) Artoffact Records AOF207 Canada 2016

A2 should be "Dopes on the Water"B2 should be "Baba O'Riley"
Being reissued along with other classic Nash titles here http://www.stormingthebase.com/nash-the-slash-hammersmith-holocaust-vinyl/
Skunk Black
"This is the rarest of Nash recordings." Well, almost true. While a member of his first band Breathless, he had one track released on the very limited (~200 copies) promo-only "Concept" various artists sampler (1972). As far as Hammersmith Holocaust, Nash told me he kept unsold copies on the floor in the back of his bedroom closet!
I remember being blown away by Nash's performance at the Hammersmith Odean in 1980 i was 16 ,and ive been fan ever since,ive had this album for years and i dont play it now,as its one of my prized items,but i have transfered it to cd,this is a great raw sounding recording right off the desk that night and is a good snapshot of how powerfull one man can be with the right equipment.and if any one else was there that night,can you remember Nash also doing Dead Man's Curve,im almost certain he did,and its a shame that if he did that its not on this LP.
I saw him supporting Numan on the same tour but in a different venue. He did Deadmans Curve with the speeding up end, as opposed to the fade out on the subsequent UK 7" and LP release.He totally blew me away as well. Still in my top 5 mind blowing gigs (and Ive been to a lot since 1980!). Gary