Return of Django
|Return of Django|
|Studio album by the Upsetters|
|the Upsetters chronology|
Return of Django is a studio album by the Upsetters, released in 1969. The title is a reference to the spaghetti western Django, released in 1966. The title song featured in the video game, Grand Theft Auto: London 1969, which is set in 1969, and as a cover, in the film The Beach. The album was re-released on the 20 February 2012 on 180g vinyl through Sunspot Records.
The title track gained prominence in the U.K when earlier in 1969 Alan Blake, a young film editor at the time, suggested it be used as the soundtrack to a Cadburys chocolate commercial which had been directed by Terry Gilliam, then the animation wizard for Monty Python's Flying Circus. Return of Django was re-released as a single and becoming a 'top ten' hit.
All tracks written by Lee "Scratch" Perry.
|1.||"Return of Django"|
|2.||"Touch of Fire"|
|4.||"Drugs and Poison"|
|2.||"Eight for Eight"|
|4.||"Man from M.I.5"|
|5.||"Ten to Twelve"|
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