- Performer:Theatre of Hate
- Title:He Who Dares Wins, Vol. 1
- Date of release:June 12, 2006
- Size FLAC version1696 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1302 megabytes
- Size WMA version1528 megabytes
- Formats:WAV AC3 AUD AU AA DXD
In August 1981, Theatre of Hate entered the studio with producer Mick Jones of the Clash to record their first non-live album, Westworld, released on 19 February 1982 by Burning Rome. Shortly after the album was recorded, new guitarist Billy Duffy (formerly of the Nosebleeds) joined the band, and soon after that, drummer Rendle was replaced by Nigel Preston Also in February 1982, in an effort to combat bootlegging of their concerts, Theatre of Hate released an. .
More albums from Theatre Of Hate: Ten Years After by Theatre Of Hate. He Who Dares Wins (Live LP – You Have A Choice) by Theatre Of Hate. Act 2 by Theatre Of Hate. Westworld by Theatre Of Hate. Retribution by Theatre Of Hate. Kinshi by Theatre Of Hate. Hug Of Thunder by Theatre Of Hate. View all albums . He Who Dares Wins (Live At The Warehouse Leeds). By: Theatre Of Hate (1981, Rock). 2. Rebel Without A Brain.
Features Song Lyrics for Theatre of Hate's He Who Dares Wins, Vol. 2 album. Theatre Of Hate - He Who Dares Wins, Vol. Artist: Theatre of Hate. Send "Theatre Of Hate" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: He Who Dares Wins, Vol. 0. 1. Do You Believe In the Westworld.
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Theatre of Hate had above all a strong live reputation. The group released several live albums. Beginning 1982 appeared the only studio-album, Westworld, with the single Do you believe in the Westworld, which is also in Netherlands and Belgium for fame made. The Group appeared in Tivoli's NV-House. The importance of the Group was illustrated by three Peel sessions that they gave: december 1980, August 1981 and February 1982. He Who Dares Wins: Live In Berlin (1982). Original Sin Live (1982, released in 1985). Love is a Ghost (live 14/6/1981) (released in 2000).
Who Dares Wins is a compilation of various rare Bolt Thrower tracks from EPs and other sources: Tracks 1–4 are from the Cenotaph EP, tracks 5–8 are from the Spearhead EP and the tracks 9 and 10 are from the same session as .It is released on Earache Records, Mosh 208 on 14 September 1998. The cover art is also taken from the Spearhead EP.
He Who Dares Wins, He Who Dares Wins II released: 1996. Retribution released: 1996. Retribution Over the Westworld: Live 1996 released: 1996. Theatre of Hate garnered much early attention as a live act and made their album debut in 1981 with the concert LP He Who Dares Wins (Live at the Warehouse Leeds). Steve Guthrie left the band shortly after the album's release. Another concert recording followed, Live at the Lyceum.
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CreditsKirk Brandon - Composer
Theatre of Hate - Primary Artist
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|2||Rebel Without a Brain Kirk Brandon||Theatre of Hate||3:55|
|3||Original Sin Kirk Brandon||Theatre of Hate||3:53|
|4||The Wake Kirk Brandon||Theatre of Hate||4:06|
|5||Incinerator Kirk Brandon||Theatre of Hate||4:01|
|6||Freaks Kirk Brandon||Theatre of Hate||4:15|
|7||Propaganda Kirk Brandon||Theatre of Hate||3:15|
|8||Legion Kirk Brandon||Theatre of Hate||4:25|
|9||63 Kirk Brandon||Theatre of Hate||3:08|
|10||Incinerator Kirk Brandon||Theatre of Hate||3:51|