Rough Trade may refer to:
- Rough Trade Records, a record label
- Rough Trade (shops), linked but independent London record stores
- Rough Trade (band), a Canadian new wave rock band
- Rough Trade (American Dad!), an episode of American Dad!
- Rough Trade, a slang term for a masculine working class man who has sex with men (sometimes as a male prostitute)
Other articles related to "rough trade, rough":
... Rough Trade Records teamed up with Takara in the late 90's to release "Street Licca", who was a DJ that carried a Rough Trade record satchel, and mini, doll-sized LPs from the labels' artists ... This incarnation of Licca was only available through the Rough Trade records site, at a high price ...
... Heartbeat (1981), Rough Trade Trance (1982), Rough Trade Songs of Love Lust (1984), Rough Trade Techno Primitiv (1985), Rough Trade Allotropy (1987), Staalplaat Sweet Surprise (1987), Dragon ...
... The Veils were signed to Blanco y Negro, an indie/major hybrid imprint led by Rough Trade's boss Geoff Travis but funded by Warner Music ... By mid-2003 Geoff Travis had signed them to Rough Trade Records ... guitarist), and the band finally released its first Rough Trade single, "Guiding Light" (28 July 2003), though the long awaited debut LP was released only as a promo in ...
... Let Him Waste Your Time" Jarvis Cocker Rough Trade 21 January "Rain Down Love" Freemasons featuring Siedah Garrett Loaded 28 January 4 February 11 February "Giddy Stratospheres" The Long Blondes Rough ... All 4 November "Run-Away" Super Furry Animals Rough Trade 11 November 18 November "I Found Out" The Pigeon Detectives Dance to the Radio 25 November "Flex ...
... Honey Loving Honey (1991) Rough Trade (UK) Phonefreak Honey (1992) Rough Trade (UK) Real Babe (1992) Rough Trade (UK) Albino Ballerina (1992) Chapter 22 ...
Famous quotes containing the words trade and/or rough:
“The girl must early be impressed with the idea that she is to be a hand, not a mouth; a worker, and not a drone, in the great hive of human activity. Like the boy, she must be taught to look forward to a life of self-dependence, and early prepare herself for some trade or profession.”
—Elizabeth Cady Stanton (18151902)
“What opium is instilled into all disaster? It shows formidable as we approach it, but there is at last no rough rasping friction, but the most slippery sliding surfaces. We fall soft on a thought.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)