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Gary Clail is a singer and producer. He was part of On-U Sound Records (and also the On-U sound system) and led Gary Clail's Tackhead Sound System.

He was at one time a "roofer" but during the mid to late eighties he become a warm up act for On-U gigs.

Clail first released a record in 1985.

Television: The Drug of the Nation[1] by The Beatnigs was remixed by Clail Adrian Sherwood and Mark Stewart on Alternative Tentacles record label in 1988.

Discography

  1. 12" single: Gary Clail and the Occult Technology of Power - 'Half Cut For Confidence'
  2. 12" single: Gary Clail (and Tackhead) - 'Hard Left'
  3. Album: Gary Clail On-U Sound System - 'End Of The Century Party'
  4. Singles: Gary Clail On-U Sound System featuring Bim Sherman - 'Beef (How Low Can You Go?)'
  5. Singles: Gary Clail On-U Sound System - 'Human Nature'
  6. Album: Gary Clail On-U Sound System - 'Emotional Hooligan'
  7. Singles: Gary Clail On-U Sound System - 'Escape'
  8. Singles: Gary Clail On-U Sound System - 'The Emotional Hooligan'
  9. Singles: Gary Clail On-U Sound System - 'Who Pays The Piper?'
  10. Singles: Gary Clail On-U Sound System - 'These Things Are Worth Fighting For'
  11. Album: Gary Clail On-U Sound System - 'Dreamstealers'
  12. Promo 12" single: Gary Clail On-U Sound System - 'Speak No Evil'
  13. Singles: Gary Clail - 'Another Hard Man'
  14. Promo CDEP: Gary Clail - 'Promotional Sampler'
  15. Album: Gary Clail - 'Keep The Faith'
  16. Promo CD single: Gary Clail - 'Gary Clail'
  17. Compilation: Gary Clail - 'Human Nature: The Very Best Of Gary Clail'





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