Release Date: 28/04/2018
1989: It's nine years since John Lennon died, and five years since The Television Personalities have had an album released. Fire Records sign the latest incarnation of the TVPs and let them loose in a proper studio. Dan Treacy's muse is overcome by the versatility of Swatch watches and Back To The Future II, he doesn't allow the songs on 'Privilege' to bend to temptation. The world is still wrong; it's still unreal; as evidenced by the guest list at 'Salvador Dali's Garden Party'. Elsewhere there's a hint of '60s soap operas, from Cathy Come Home to The Wicker Man. Remastered on limited edition black and white marbled vinyl. 1500 copies.
A1. Paradise Is For The Blessed
A2. A Good And Faithful Servant
A3. Conscience Tells Me No
A4. My Hedonistic Tendencies
A5. All My Dreams Are Dead
A6. Salvador Dali's Garden Party
B1. The Man Who Paints The Rainbows
B2. What If It's Raining?
B3. Sad Mona Lisa
B4. The Engine Driver Song
B5. Sometimes I Think You Know Me Better Than I Know Myself