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No Future Records Story - Chris Berry - Interview by Iain McNay - 2008

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Uploaded on Oct 20, 2008

Taking their name from the Sex Pistols anthem, No Future Records was formed in 1981 by Chris Berry and Richard Jones with the aid of a £1,000 bank loan. A music-press advert asking for demo tapes led to the signing of bands like Blitz, the Partisans, Peter and the Test Tube Babies and Red Alert who spearheaded the regional re-emergence of punk. The first Blitz EP went to Number 1 in the independent charts, and was the first of 29 singles and nine EPs issued by No Future between 1981 and 1984. Chris Berry tells the story of a label with a limited but worthwhile lifespan.

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