A major new ITV series will pit three celebrities against each other in running their own bars in the same London venue. Viewers will be auditioned by the celebrities to help run their bars. But each week the stars nominate one member of their bar staff to be sacked and viewers decide which unlucky punter goes. Cameras will follow the celebrities when they are away from the club and also the bar workers.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Club - At the Club - Netflix
At the Club is the début studio album by the British band Kenickie. It was released in 1997 and reached number nine on the UK Albums Chart. At the Club includes the singles “Punka”, “Millionaire Sweeper”, “In Your Car”, “Nightlife” and “Come Out 2nite”; the lead track from the group's second EP Skillex. “How I Was Made” and an earlier stage of recording of “Acetone” also previously appeared on Skillex - the latter recording had also been used as part of an acoustic Peel Session in February 1996 and therefore appears on the band's BBC Peel Sessions CD. The album was produced by John Cornfield, Andy Carpenter and band-member Peter Gofton (Johnny X). Receiving good reviews the album was first released by Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs's label EMIdisc in the UK on CD, Cassette and LP on 12 May 1997. The album was released the following month in the US by Warner Bros. with an additional two tracks. The front cover photograph was taken by Warren Du Preez.
The Club - B-sides - Netflix
from “Punka” “Drag Race” “Walrus” “Cowboy” from “Millionaire Sweeper” “Kamikaze Annelids” “Perfect Plan 9t6” “Girl's Best Friend” from “In Your Car” “Can I Take U 2 The Cinema?” “I'm An Agent” (Gary Numan cover) “Private Buchowski” “Killing Fantasy” from “Nightlife” “JP” “Kenix” “Skateboard Song” “Eat the Angel” from “Punka” (re-release) “Brighter Shade of Blue” “Lights Out in a Provincial Town” “Waste You” “We Can Dream” - CD1 of this issue features the original single version of “Punka”, CD2 the re-recorded album version.