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Original Rude Boy: From Borstal to the Specials by Neville Staple with Tony McMahon; Chapter 4: The Specials – The Rude Boys Arrive Williams, Paul (1995) You're Wondering Now – A History of the Specials, ST Publishing. ISBN 1-898927-25-1 Offizielle Deutsche Charts - Offizielle Deutsche Charts". www.offiziellecharts.de . Retrieved 13 November 2022.

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The song "A Message to You, Rudy" was featured in a SFR television commercial directed by Bruno Aveillan, with world champion football player, Marcel Desailly in 2001 He released the set without even bothering with a single to precede it, preferring fans to hear it as a whole entity – an archetypically progtastic move”: Prince’s Around The World In A Day THE GUIDE INTERVIEW: Terry Hall speaks to The Guide ahead of his Dorset DJ set". Dorset Echo. 11 December 2015 . Retrieved 21 December 2022. Terence Edward Hall (19 March 1959 – 18 December 2022) was a British musician who came to prominence as the lead singer of the 2-tone band the Specials, and later recorded with groups such as Fun Boy Three, the Colourfield, Terry, Blair & Anouchka, and Vegas. [1] Neville Staple with Tony McMahon, Original Rude Boy: From Borstal to the Specials, Chapter 9: "Bhangra House".

The album was put on ice as Lynval flew home to Seattle and Terry was unable to write lyrics. “Terry has to go away to write songs,” explains Horace. “He needs that physical separation from his house just to concentrate on the work and of course he wasn’t able to do that. It was weird for a good three months.” On 1 February 2019, the band announced a spring North American tour to promote the 1 February 2019 release of Encore (out via Island Records). [44] The following week, Encore debuted at number 1 on the UK Albums Chart, giving the band their first chart-topping album since 1980. [45] During late 2019, The Specials invited 17-year-old artist and photographer Sterling Chandler to join and photograph the band on the remaining leg of the tour. [46] In 1990, Bradbury, Golding, Panter and Staple teamed up with members of the Beat to form Special Beat, [10] performing the music of the two bands and other ska and Two Tone classics. The group, undergoing many line-up changes, toured and released several live recordings through the 1990s. The album grew out of a very strange period during which, as we all know, nothing went according to plan. In February 2020, Horace got together with Terry Hall, Lynval Golding and co-producer Nikolaj Torp Larsen to start work on a reggae record — their first album since 2019’s chart-topping Encore. Within days, though, Lynval and Nikolaj fell ill with what they later realised was Covid-19, closely followed by Horace.

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a b c d e f g h i j k l "British certifications – Specials". British Phonographic Industry . Retrieved 3 December 2022. Type Specials in the "Search BPI Awards" field and then press Enter. Terry Hall: 'At 12 I got abducted by a paedophile ring' ". BBC News. BBC. 1 February 2019 . Retrieved 1 February 2019. London 2012: Blur to headline Olympics closing show". BBC News. BBC. 21 February 2012 . Retrieved 21 February 2012.Haiti Special – The Specials Re-release 'Message To You Rudy' To Raise Money for Haitian Earthquake Relief". Marco on Bass. MarcoOnBass. 12 May 2010 . Retrieved 23 April 2018. Terence Edward Hall was born on 19 March 1959 in Coventry, England, where he was also raised. He had a German-Jewish grandfather, and said of his heritage, "I grew up in an environment where you didn't really know where you were from. Coventry was built on immigrants because it was an industrial city looking for cheap labour. I don't think it's an accident that a group like the Specials came out of that". [2] The Specials led off with Dandy Livingstone's " Rudy, A Message to You" (slightly altering the title to "A Message to You, Rudy") and also had covers of Prince Buster and Toots & the Maytals songs from the late 1960s. In 1980, the EP Too Much Too Young (predominantly credited to the Special A.K.A.) was a No. 1 hit in the UK Singles Chart, [3] despite controversy over the song's lyrics, which reference teen pregnancy and promote contraception. [10]

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Hall was quoted as saying, "The door remains open to him". [23] However, Dammers described the new reunion as a "takeover" and claimed he had been forced out of the band. [24] Around that same time, longtime Specials fan Amy Winehouse joined Dammers onstage at Hyde Park, singing the song he wrote for the Specials, "Free Nelson Mandela", for Mandela's 90th birthday concert, dubbed 46664 after Mandela's prison number, and also the name of his AIDS charity, which received money raised by the birthday bash. [25] [26] 30th Anniversary Tour and beyond [ edit ]

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Chambers, Pete (7 February 2014). "Specials lead guitarist Roddy 'Radiation' Byers leaves the band". Coventry Telegraph . Retrieved 23 April 2018. Special A K A | full Official Chart History | Official Charts Company". Officialcharts.com . Retrieved 20 December 2022. Chambers, Pete (2008) 2-Tone-2: Dispatches from the Two Tone City, 30 Years on, Tencton Planet Publications. ISBN 978-0-9544125-6-2 Turner, Luke (10 December 2008). "Jerry Dammers Damns Specials Reunion". Thequietus.com . Retrieved 29 April 2010.



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