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14th Floor
Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock, Punk
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Television Personalities. Album They Could Have Been Bigger Than the Beatles. 14th floor Oh no, my face don't fit 14th floor Just a number on the council list 14th floor Oh no, there's nothing to do 14th floor It's got a roof, it hasn't got a view

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The Television Personalities are an English post-punk band formed in 1977 by London singer-songwriter Dan Treacy. Their varied, volatile and long career encompasses post punk, neo-psychedelia and indie pop; the only constant being Treacy's deadpan lyrics and deliberately amateurish musical style.

Listen to music from Television Personalities like A Picture Of Dorian Gray, Part Time Punks & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Television Personalities. Their first release (January 1978) was the single "14th Floor, Oxford Street W1". Their second release, the EP Where's Bill Grundy Now? features one of their best-known songs, "Part Time Punks". The Television Personalities' first album And Don't the Kids Just Love It was released in 1981.

Скачать и слушать Television Personalities - 14th Floor до 320 bpm. Доступны для скачивания без ограничений. Television Personalities- Not Even A Maybe. Television Personalities- Paradise Is for the Blessed. Television Personalities- Love Changes Everything. Swell Maps- 14th Floor. 14th Floor- High and Dry (개. idDen). Television Personalities- I See Myself in You. Television Personalities- Closer to Go. .Hoobastank- I'm not a Perfect Person.

Thanks to Rob Bruce for the file. Thanks to Mark Flunder for the file. The closing line, 'I was a mod before you was a mod' became of course the title of the next Television Personalities album. This was recorded at the Khyber Pass, Philadelphia, USA, on 29th July 1993.


A Teen '78 14th Floor
B Teen '78 Oxford St.,W.1


  • Written-By – Teen '78


The debut single.
Back cover has a few variation of picture images
and this is a woman (queen?) on the back sheet
of motorbike one. Also Television Personalities - 14th Floor , e.g.
Both songs unpublished.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SRTS/CUS 77089 Television Personalities 14th Floor ‎(7", Tee) Not On Label SRTS/CUS 77089 UK 1978
SRTS/CUS 77089 Television Personalities 14th Floor ‎(7", Single) Teen '78 SRTS/CUS 77089 UK 1978
SRTS/CUS 77089 Television Personalities 14th Floor ‎(7", 'Re) Not On Label SRTS/CUS 77089 UK 1978
Over 03 Television Personalities 14th Floor / Oxford St., W1 ‎(7", RE, Yel) Overground Records Over 03 UK 1989
Over 03 Television Personalities 14th Floor / Oxford St., W1 ‎(7", Num, RE, Whi) Overground Records Over 03 UK 1989

  • Vudogal
HiCan anyone help on this please? I have a copy that is in a plain brown sleeve with handwritten "Television Personalities, Teen 78 Records,14th Floor and the band members". The writing of the band members matches those on this version of the single. I bought it from HMV in Oxford Street in 1978. Is this actually handwritten by the band or was it something that was done by HMV? Always puzzled me, interested in comments/answers!!Thanks
  • Flarik
Hi, Thanks for replying. Scanned in, let me know what you think.
  • Hulis
Scan it in!If you look at the top of the version of the sleeve here you will see a sample of Dan Treacy's handwriting - have a look at your version and chances are that you will discover that he did your sleeve himself, as I cannot imagine anyone at HMV will have been that organised/bothered. Also possible that Ed Ball did them (he has more rounded handwriting - I know this as I regularly bought stuff from both TVPs from behind a record shop counter years ago).I got the impression that Mr Treacy only did 50 or 100 of the each of the 'fancy' cardboard covers of this record (the one above and the santa cover) before realising that he would sell enough to justify getting proper paper ones printed (maybe 500 or so).The stapling on every edition of the sleeve is pretty uneven, suggesting that Dan Treacy probably put all the sleeves together himself.