• The second release on Sealed Records is a 14 Track round up of the five singles by Zounds. The debut single from 1980 Can't Cheat Karma was released on Crass Records and 39 Years later still stands as one of the finest singles both politically and musically. For the next three singles Zounds released them on Rough Trade Records, along with their debut album The Curse of Zounds. 1981's Demystification was a tense and stark masterpiece. It was followed by the haunting Mikey Dread-produced Dancing and then the more straight up pop of More Trouble Coming Everyday. The final single of Zounds Mark 1 was La Vacht Qui Rit released on Belgium label Not So Brave in 1983 and was originally supposed to be a split single with The Mob but ended up with two scratchy studio tracks and two rough and raw live tracks recorded in Holland in 1982. Every home should have these essential Zounds recordings. (Sealed Records) https://sealedrecords2.bandcamp.com/album/cant-cheat-karma
  • It came out of nowhere in 1982, this punk rock/hardcore fireball with the bright yellow sleeve. In one sense, The Zero Boys' Vicious Circle was yet another example of how U.S. punk seemed to peak coast to coast that year. But unlike most coastal punk, the Zero Boys were pointing the way to a scene that could accommodate heaping helpings of melody, intelligence, and rock 'n' roll, not just turbo-charged ferocity. Vinyl version contains a coupon that for a limited time allows you to download MP3 audio files of the recordings. "From 1979 into ‘83, the Indianapolis based ZBs were the finest hardcore blitz in the Midwest if not all the lower 48 states. Proof is Vicious Circle and the two decades since of copyists, bootleggers, practitioners and reunion concert pogoers. Though before and after that LP’s 1982 release they recorded the Livin’ in the 80’s 7”, songs for three comps and released the post-mortem History Of... cassette revealing their transformation into a toured band warming to the metaphysical and their demise while still waving torches of rock ‘n’ roll panache. When the Ramones lost it, the Zero Boys found it; Adding a slam brigade fist to the Blitzkrieg Beat. The Zero Boys managed to come with one of the best early 80's punk records, or one of the best records ever, period. Between Vicious Circle and History Of, the entire recorded output of this legendary Midwest punk band’s original line up is, finally, collected." -Culminated from liner notes written by Jack Rabid and Eric Weddle (Secretly Canadian Records)
  • It came out of nowhere in 1982, this punk rock/hardcore fireball with the bright yellow sleeve. In one sense, The Zero Boys' Vicious Circle was yet another example of how U.S. punk seemed to peak coast to coast that year. But unlike most coastal punk, the Zero Boys were pointing the way to a scene that could accommodate heaping helpings of melody, intelligence, and rock 'n' roll, not just turbo-charged ferocity. From 1979 into ‘83, the Indianapolis based ZBs were the finest hardcore blitz in the Midwest if not all the lower 48 states. Proof is Vicious Circle and the two decades since of copyists, bootleggers, practitioners and reunion concert pogoers. "Though before and after that LP’s 1982 release they recorded the Livin’ in the 80’s 7”, songs for three comps and released the post-mortem History Of... cassette revealing their transformation into a toured band warming to the metaphysical and their demise while still waving torches of rock ‘n’ roll panache. When the Ramones lost it, the Zero Boys found it; Adding a slam brigade fist to the Blitzkrieg Beat. The Zero Boys managed to come with one of the best early 80's punk records, or one of the best records ever, period. Between Vicious Circle and History Of, the entire recorded output of this legendary Midwest punk band’s original line up is, finally, collected." -Culminated from liner notes written by Jack Rabid and Eric Weddle (Secretly Canadian Records)
  • "Poly Styrene smashed barriers. Sure one unusual young woman screaming, "Some people think that little girls should be seen and not heard but I think - OH BONDAGE UP YOURS! 1-2-3-4!" didn't end ageism, racism, sexism or blind consumerism but her defiance inspired millions to fight those same things. What follows is Obsessed With You, a long out-of-print Receiver Records collection of Poly and the X-Ray Spex's 1977 demos. It's a must for fans but anyone else needs to consult Germ-Free Adolescence to to be hit full-force by Poly Styrene' s musical and lyrical vision." Music Ruined My Life Blogspot Tracklist: A1 Obsessed With You (Early Demo) 1:53 A2 Let's Submerge (Early Demo) 2:58 A3 Plastic Bag (Early Demo) A4 I Live Off You (Early Demo) 2:14 A5 I Am A Cliché (Early Demo) 1:48 A6 I Can't Do Anything (Early Demo) 2:41 A7 The Day The World Turned Day-Glo (Early Demo) 2:46 A8 Oh! Bondage, Up Yours! (Early Demo) 2:41 A9 Genetic Engineering (Studio Demo) 2:58 A10 Age (Studio Demo) 2:45 B1 Art-I-Ficial (Studio Demo) 3:47 B2 Germ Free Adolescents (Studio Demo) 3:24 B3 Warrior In Woolworths (Studio Demo) 3:03 B4 Obsessed With You (Alt Mix) 2:35 B5 The Day The World Turned Day-Glo (Alt Mix) 2:48 B6 Prefabricated Icon (Backing Track) 3:33 B7 I Can't Do Anything (Backing Track) 3:03 B8 Warrior In Woolworths (Backing Track) 3:09 (Waste Management/Fan Club)
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    X | los angeles | LP

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    Edition on 180-gram audiophile vinyl, coming with an insert. 'Los Angeles' is the debut album of the American punk rock band X, originally released in 1980. Most punk bands used their musical inability to create their own style, but X actually consisted of some truly gifted musicians, including rockabilly guitarist Billy Zoom, bassist John Doe, and front woman Exene Cervenka. Although they are tagged as a punk rock act, X are not easily categorized. Besides punk and loads of electricity, they also added country and folk flavours. (Music On Vinyl)
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    Early Sessions Of The Classic Joy Division Line-Up On 180g Vinyl LP! Warsaw was the planned debut album by the English post-punk band Joy Division, while they were briefly associated with RCA Records. Recorded in May 1978, it comprised eleven tracks now known collectively as the "RCA Sessions". However, the band were disappointed with the label's post-production work and the deal fell through, the album being scrapped. Four of the songs recorded during the RCA sessions had previously been recorded at the end of 1977, and it was these older recordings that the band would release the following month as their debut An Ideal for Living EP. The RCA sessions circulated on bootlegs for years, generally bearing the Warsaw title, until the tracks were licensed for a commercial release in 1994, appearing alongside "As You Said" from the 1980 "Komakino" single, as well as the band's first recorded music, the five "Warsaw Demo" tracks from 1977, which were noted on the sleeve as "bonus tracks". "What was planned to be Joy Division's first LP (unreleased until 1994, except in bootleg form) sounds like an album from the punk era -- raw and edgy, undisciplined but tuneful, unlike the group's proper debut, Unknown Pleasures. All of the tracks were later seen in different form, but Warsaw still manages to captivate through its pure energy." - AllMusic

    Tracklist

    A1 The Drawback
    A2 Leaders Of Men
    A3 They Walked In Line
    A4 Failures
    A5 Novelty
    A6 No Love Lost
    B1 Transmission
    B2 Living In The Ice Age
    B3 Interzone
    B4 Warsaw
    B5 Shadowplay
    (DOL)  
  • This LP went in and out of print quickly in 1985 shortly before the Varukers' first breakup. Unlike the band's earlier UK82 style, this record captures Varukers taking on some of the metal influence that was sweeping UK hardcore at the time. Powerful and energetic hardcore with metallic undertones, this record is more in line with Antisystem, Antisect, or Sacrilege than say Partisans or Abrasive Wheels. Now available again on vinyl. (Radiation Records)
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    The Varukers was one of the first groups of the UK 82 movement - the second generation of punk rock that took the spirit of '77 and merged it with the incessant beat of NWOBHM - responsible for creating UK hardcore. Heavily inspired by Discharge, The Varukers released three 7"s in the early '80s before this, their first and most definitive album, came out in 1983 on the legendary Riot City Records (Vice Squad, Abrasive Wheels, Chaos U.K.). Back in print on LP thanks to Radiation Reissues, "Bloodsuckers" is one of the definitive pieces of early UK hardcore, full of Sabbath-inspired guitar work, pounding rhythms and aggressive, anarchistic lyrical content. (Radiation Records)
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    Another killer classic back in print! When it came out in 1984, Varukers and Discharge were the two most raging and intense of the UK bands to ratchet punk up to hardcore speed and power in the early 80's. This LP sees Varukers delivering top notch hardcore punk, the guitar tone and riffage are savage, the vocals raw and powerful. The guitar has a bit of the metallic crunch that would permeate hardcore in the future, but still remains grounded in punk. This Lp ranks with Discharge's "Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing" as an example of UK hardcore punk at its very best. Tracks 1-2: 'Die For Your Government' 7" (1983) Tracks 3-14: 'Bloodsuckers' LP (1983) Tracks 15-17: 'Led To The Slaughter' 7" (1984) Tracks 18-25: 'Another Religion, Another War' LP (1984) (Let Them Eat Vinyl Records/ Captain Oi! ‎)
  • PNV brings you two new exclusive volumes inspired by the legendary 80s Punk and Disorderly UK Punk series of compilations. Each volume features bands from the three original volumes in the series. The tracks/bands are now on separate collections divided by label. We’ve licensed photos from UK photographer Virginia Turbett, who supplied all the original photos used for the cover art for the original albums. Each LP looks amazing and fits esthetically in with the original series albums, making them instantly recognizable. All the Riot City bands are on the Riot City comp, not only do you get the original comp tracks, but we’ve added more tracks from those bands from the Riot City vaults. 16 blazing tracks of essential 82 UK punk from the likes of Vice Squad, The Ejected, Abrasive Wheels, The Expelled, The Insane, Court Martial, and Chaos UK. Tracklist –Vice Squad Last Rockers 4:37 –The Ejected Have You Got 10p 1:29 –Abrasive Wheels Vicious Circle 2:41 –Abrasive Wheels Burn Em Down 2:41 –Abrasive Wheels Army Song 1:55 –The Expelled Dreaming 2:29 –The Expelled Government Policy 2:56 –Vice Squad Resurrection 4:04 –The Insane Last Day 1:18 –Court Martial Gotta Get Out 2:53 –Chaos UK 4 Minute Warning 2:21 –The Ejected I Don't Care 2:15 –The Ejected Russians 2:27 –Vice Squad Latex Love 1:33 –Court Martial No Solution 2:18 –Chaos UK No Security 2:24 (Puke N Vomit Records)
  • PNV brings you two new exclusive volumes inspired by the legendary 80s Punk and Disorderly UK Punk series of compilations. Each volume features bands from the three original volumes in the series. The tracks/bands are now on separate collections divided by label. We’ve licensed photos from UK photographer Virginia Turbett, who supplied all the original photos used for the cover art for the original albums. Each LP looks amazing and fits esthetically in with the original series albums, making them instantly recognizable. All the No Future bands are on the No Future comp, not only do you get the original comp tracks, but we’ve added more tracks from those bands from the No Future vaults. 16 blazing tracks of essential 82 UK punk from the likes of Violators, Blitz, The Samples, Peter and the Test Tube Babies, Red Alert, The Partisans and The Insane. Tracklist –Violators Gangland 5:48 –Violators ( Summer of 81 3:24 –Blitz Someone's Gonna Die 2:30 –The Samples Dead Hero 2:56 –Peter And The Test Tube Babies Banned From The Pubs 2:10 –Red Alert In Britain 2:10 –The Partisans Police Story 2:10 –The Insane El Salvador 3:29 –The Partisans Power And Greed 2:44 –The Insane Nuclear War 2:09 –Peter And The Test Tube Babies Up Yer Bum 1:52 –Red Alert Sell Out 1:23 –Red Alert City Invasion 2:14 –Red Alert Cast Irons Crusade 2:49 –Blitz Warriors 2:57 –Blitz Razors In The Night 1:53 (Puke N Vomit Records)
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    Yes it's true, We have done work on official re-issue of Novi punk val comp LP. It's one of the most important punk rock record from the 80's. There is many rare and never published photos of the bands and few words of Igor Vidmar who was the one who made it all to the original Novi punk val comp in 1981. Don't buy original for xxxx $ or Euros , here is better sounding record with all bands rare photos + all other things appearing in big both side printed poster 50x70 cm!!! Limited to 300 only. (Rest In Punk Records)
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    NE! Records in cooperation with ŠKUC Ropot has finally made it possible. After many months of delays, you can get the two best compilation album with ex-Yu punk from the period of 1978-82. On "Novi punk val" you will find the bands that created punk in ex-Yu, and on the LP "Lepo je .." punk band from Slovenia who came after the first punk wave. These two compilations are made as a double album with an original design adapted to gate-fold sleeve. In addition to the audio content as usual there is much else to see and read included in the release: this release is enriched by 68 pages, divided into 3 very exclusive and extensive booklets. In the largest 48-page booklet "Tovar'ši jest vam ne verjamem '78 -'82" (''Comrades, I do not believe you '78 -'82''), you can find interviews, lyrics, lots of pictures, and much much more …. Two smaller booklet that complements the rest of the material and together they form the complete picture of those years. Along with this release you also get a copy of the LTD 4-songs EP ''Novo vrijeme'' ("New time") by the band Buldožer made in 300 copies. The EP is included to give some musical and cultural backround to the ex-Yu punk scene, as Buldožer where not a ''traditional'' punk band but served as an important source of inspirations to punk bands of the time. You can find everything here: the beginning and the end of a short and wonderful musical period! 380 copies made (270 black and 110 red ) but only 250 available, so hurry up to get a copy! All tracks are remastered. (NE! Records)
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    Cult Slovenian punk rock compilation recorded from 13 July till 22 September 1981 at studio Radio Student. 40 unreleased photos of the bands, big poster 70x50 cm both side printed, lyrics and info by Igor Vidmar. This is, along with "Buka i urlik" and "Novi punk val", one of the most important documents of ex-Yugo punk. A real must have! Features : Kuzle, Sund, Buldogi, Indust Bag and Lublanski Psi. - 40 unreleased photos of the bands - big poster 70x50 cm both side printed - lyrics and info by igor vidmar - limited to 200 only. (Rest In Punk Records)
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    Vinyl reissue of this classic Oi! compilation originally released on Secret Records in 1981. It features tracks by the biggest bands of the genre like: 4 Skins, Blitz, Red Alert, Peter & The Test Tube Babies, Infa-Riot or The Business. This album went straight to number four of the independent charts and became probably the best Oi! compilation ever issued. Includes original artwork inner bag. Limited Vinyl reissue of 500 copies, 250 black and 250 white vinyl. Tracklist: A1 - Garry Johnson - United A2 - JJ All Stars - Dambusters March A3 - The Business - Suburban Rebels A4 - Infa Riot - Each Dawn I Die A5 - The Partisans - Arms Race A6 - The Ejected - East End Kids A7 - Peter And The Test Tube Babies - Transvestite A8 - Blitz - Nation On Fire A9 - The Last Resort - King Of The Jungle B1 - The Gonads - Tuckers Ruckers Ain't No Suckers B2 - 4 Skins - Evil B3 - The Business - Product B4 - Red Alert - SPG B5 - Oi The Comrade - Guvnors Man B6 - Peter And The Test Tube Babies - Maniac B7 - The Ejected - What Am I Gonna Do B8 - The Partisans - No U Turns B9 - Blitz - Youth B10 - Oi The Choir - Walk On This reissue © Daily Records Vintage Series 2021 issued under the license from Cherry Red records ltd. Originally released in 1981 on Secret Records. (Daily Records)
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    December 2019 marks the 40 year anniversary of an important record in our lives, AK79. Within the grooves of this historical landmark compilation lies a connection to our musical whakapapa as New Zealanders and music lovers. A defining record, having captured a raw snapshot of the punk subculture in Auckland during the late 70s, this much-loved compilation is a living, breathing statement of what came before today. To mark this very special occassion, Flying Nun Records pays tribute to those ragged and rambunctious years by presenting AK79 40th Anniversary Edition Reissue, due in-stores throughout New Zealand on December 13th. Presented in a myriad of forms; on limited edition red vinyl, standard black vinyl and CD, we can celebrate this iconic cornerstone of alternative kiwi rock history with this special anniversary edition. Featuring new liner notes written by Ripper Records’ Bryan Staff, the 2019 reissue will feature all songs ever featured on any version of AK79 for a complete look at its recorded history. About AK79 Raw, unfiltered, shambolic madness. The vision to capture the Auckland scene began with Bryan Staff (Head of Ripper Records and Radio DJ at the time) who saw reason to capture the music coming out of the local punk venues of the time such as Windsor Castle and Zwines. Originally released by Ripper Records in December 1979, bands that featured on the original pressing included The Swingers, The Scavengers, The Primmers, Proud Scum, Toy Love and The Terrorways. The musical movement captured on record was an abrasive, empowered response to the overindulgent progressive rock and glam era of the 70s. The initial pressing, with its iconic black and white cover designed by Terence Hogan was limited to 500 copies, to be later reissued on vinyl and cassette through CBS. During the 40 years since AK79’s first release, the record took on a life of its own. Those original 500 pressings became a rare and coveted collectors item, and somewhat of an “urban myth” on the vinyl market. So the story goes, when the original master recordings of AK79 were discarded in 1982, it only created further demand for this enigmatic record. Responding to the call, an expanded version of AK79 arose, released on CD by Simon Grigg and Roger Shepherd as a joint release by Propeller Records and Flying Nun Records in 1993. This time there were some late additions, including tracks from The Suburban Reptiles, The Spelling Mistakes, The Features and The Marching Girls, along with additional tracks from the original bands on the first pressing. This particular reissue was remastered and mixed by Grigg, and came bundled with additional liner notes by Grigg, Staff and The Terrorways’ own Kerry Buchanan. In November 2008, a bootlegged 2 LP version would come to life for a very special reunion gig in Auckland which involved The Scavengers, The Spelling Mistakes and the first performances from The Terrorways and Proud Scum since 1980 in a rare event. At the time, it was sold at the show with unreleased tracks and a 20-page booklet. Six years later, the AK79 compilation was honoured in its many forms with the IMNZ Classic Record award, presented at the Taite Music Prize ceremony. 40 years on, the spirit of the AK79 still packs a punch and the feeling captured in these recordings are as relevant as ever. (Flying Nun Records)
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    December 2019 marks the 40 year anniversary of an important record in our lives, AK79. Within the grooves of this historical landmark compilation lies a connection to our musical whakapapa as New Zealanders and music lovers. A defining record, having captured a raw snapshot of the punk subculture in Auckland during the late 70s, this much-loved compilation is a living, breathing statement of what came before today. To mark this very special occassion, Flying Nun Records pays tribute to those ragged and rambunctious years by presenting AK79 40th Anniversary Edition Reissue, due in-stores throughout New Zealand on December 13th. Presented in a myriad of forms; on limited edition red vinyl, standard black vinyl and CD, we can celebrate this iconic cornerstone of alternative kiwi rock history with this special anniversary edition. Featuring new liner notes written by Ripper Records’ Bryan Staff, the 2019 reissue will feature all songs ever featured on any version of AK79 for a complete look at its recorded history. About AK79 Raw, unfiltered, shambolic madness. The vision to capture the Auckland scene began with Bryan Staff (Head of Ripper Records and Radio DJ at the time) who saw reason to capture the music coming out of the local punk venues of the time such as Windsor Castle and Zwines. Originally released by Ripper Records in December 1979, bands that featured on the original pressing included The Swingers, The Scavengers, The Primmers, Proud Scum, Toy Love and The Terrorways. The musical movement captured on record was an abrasive, empowered response to the overindulgent progressive rock and glam era of the 70s. The initial pressing, with its iconic black and white cover designed by Terence Hogan was limited to 500 copies, to be later reissued on vinyl and cassette through CBS. During the 40 years since AK79’s first release, the record took on a life of its own. Those original 500 pressings became a rare and coveted collectors item, and somewhat of an “urban myth” on the vinyl market. So the story goes, when the original master recordings of AK79 were discarded in 1982, it only created further demand for this enigmatic record. Responding to the call, an expanded version of AK79 arose, released on CD by Simon Grigg and Roger Shepherd as a joint release by Propeller Records and Flying Nun Records in 1993. This time there were some late additions, including tracks from The Suburban Reptiles, The Spelling Mistakes, The Features and The Marching Girls, along with additional tracks from the original bands on the first pressing. This particular reissue was remastered and mixed by Grigg, and came bundled with additional liner notes by Grigg, Staff and The Terrorways’ own Kerry Buchanan. In November 2008, a bootlegged 2 LP version would come to life for a very special reunion gig in Auckland which involved The Scavengers, The Spelling Mistakes and the first performances from The Terrorways and Proud Scum since 1980 in a rare event. At the time, it was sold at the show with unreleased tracks and a 20-page booklet. Six years later, the AK79 compilation was honoured in its many forms with the IMNZ Classic Record award, presented at the Taite Music Prize ceremony. 40 years on, the spirit of the AK79 still packs a punch and the feeling captured in these recordings are as relevant as ever. (Flying Nun Records)
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    The Undertones is the 1979 debut album by The Undertones. The album was recorded at Eden Studios in Acton, West London in January 1979 and was released on 13 May that year. The original release included just one single release: "Jimmy Jimmy" and an album version of "Here Comes The Summer", which was never released as a single. A1 Teenage Kicks A2 Smarter Than You A3 Emergency Cases A4 Family Entertainment A5 Girls Don't Like It A6 Male Model A7 I Gotta Getta A8 Wrong Way A9 Jump Boys A10 Here Comes The Summer B1 Get Over You B2 Really Really B3 She Can Only Say No B4 Billy's Third B5 Jimmy Jimmy B6 True Confessions B7 (She's A) Runaround B8 I Know A Girl B9 Listening In B10 Casbah Rock B11 Mars Bars Tracks A1-A3, B1-B3 and B11 are bonus tracks. (Fan Club)
  • Originally released in 1982, the U.K. Subs fourth studio album is considered by many of the band's fans their finest moments, and there's many reasons why it could very well be: the record's powerful sound (courtesy of the production of the Subs own Nicky Garratt) made justice to a band on top of their game, recording some of the best songs of their career. (Beat Generation Records)
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    TRAGEDY | vengeance | LP

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    Official Repress of the second TRAGEDY Album on Skuld Releases, this time in the original package of the US Pressing (Tragedy Records) - This is the sound of impending doom! The songs are epic, melodic, powerful and crushing - all at once!! Tragedy is fast and extremely heavy hardcore with melancholic melodies and pissed off as fuck vocals. I would say that this record is even better than their first one, even when I thought that this is not possible. You can taste the athmosphere of the songs, while the music crawls under your skin - awesome! (Skuld Records)
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    TRAGEDY | self titled | LP

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    Official Repress of the first TRAGEDY Album on Skuld Releases, this time in the original package of the US Pressing (Tragedy Records) - From the opening acoustic intro to the last dark, thrashed out note this is one seriously intense album. The obvious comparisons His Hero Is Gone and From Ashes Rise are there for sure but to me this has a bit more of a straight up hardcore feel to it. That said though, this has some excellent heavy pounding drum beats happening and some changes in pace, pitch and mood that are so tight and sudden they scream for your attention. The harsh throaty vocals belt out lyrics that are written as single block paragraphs dealing with overtly sociopolitical issues all looked at from a less than positive point of view. This record is very heavy, very angry and although you will probably like it, it will not make you happy! (Skuld Records)
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    Fan club repress of the 1986 album release of the sessions The Ruts recorded for Radio 1's John Peel Show. A must have record for every 1977 UK punk fan! Tracks 1 to 5: 23/01/1979 Tracks 6 to 10: 14/05/1979 Tracks 11 to 14: 11/02/1980. (Fan Club/Unofficial)
  • THE RUTS | in a rut | LP

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    "In a Rut" is an album of demos from three sessions in the period before they signed to Virgin. Fox, Jennings and Ruffy compiled and remastered this release, and also supplied liner notes. The sessions date from 25 April 1978 (8-track Fairdeal Sessions), 20 February 1979 (Underhill Studio) and Mystery Studio Sessions (early 1979). Tracklist Underhill Studio Sessions - 20 February 1979 A-1 Babylon's Burning A-2 Babylon's Burning (Version) A-3 Blackmans Pinch (aka Give Youth A Chance) A-4 Babylon´s Burning(Underhill Studio Version #2) Fair Deal Studio Sessions - 25 April 1978 A-5 Society A-6 H-Eyes A-7 In A Rut A-8 Peel Speak A-9 H-Eyes (Fair Deal Studio Version #2) Mystery Studio Sessions - Early 1979 B-1 Something That I Said B-2 Criminal Minds B-3 Babylon's Burning B-4 Stepping Bondage (aka Gotta Little Number) B-5 You're Just A... B-6 Savage Circle B-7 Blackmans Pinch (aka Give Youth A Chance) (Mad Butcher Records)
  • Formed in 1976 in Edinburgh, Scotland, John Peel favourites The Rezillos were viewed as a punk act simply because they emerged at a specific time in the history of rock. But there was so much more to The Rezillos and their music. Branding themselves a “new wave beat group”, The Rezillos’ music lacked the nihilism and social commentary of many of their counterparts, replacing this with an irreverent glam rock image and a love of science fiction, B-movie, comic book and campy girl group iconography that set them apart from their musical peers. Initially performing mainly ‘50s and ‘60s rock ‘n’ roll covers at their live shows, Rezillos guitarist and future Human League band member – Jo Callis – began penning their own original songs, and soon after came the release of their highly acclaimed debut LP, Can’t Stand The Rezillos, contained here. This classic album is now available in this collectable 2CD digipack release, together with their famous live recording from the Glasgow Apollo on 23rd December 1978 – released at the time under the name of “Mission Accomplished… But The Beat Goes On”. Not only does Flying Saucer Attack contain these two great recordings, but the package also includes all the B-sides and rarities from the band’s first stint as The Rezillos between 1977 and 1979. Includes the hits ‘(My Baby Does) Good Sculptures’, ‘I Can’t Stand My Baby’, ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’, ‘Destination Venus’, ‘Top of the Pops’, plus many rarities not included on the band’s initial two albums, such as live versions of ‘Flying Saucer Attack’, ‘Twist and Shout’, and alternative versions of ‘(My Baby Does) Good Sculptures’ and ‘Getting Me Down’. Everything contained has been freshly re-mastered especially for this release. Can't Stand The Rezillos 1-1 Flying Saucer Attack 1-2 No 1-3 Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonite 1-4 Top Of The Pops 1-5 2000 A.D. 1-6 It Gets Me 1-7 I Can't Stand My Baby 1-8 Glad All Over 1-9 (My Baby Does) Good Sculptures 1-10 I Like It 1-11 Getting Me Down 1-12 Cold Wars 1-13 Bad Guy Reaction Bonus Tracks 1-14 I Can't Stand My Baby (7" Version) 1-15 I Wanna Be Your Man 1-16 (My Baby Does) Good Sculptures (7" Version) 1-17 Flying Saucer Attack (7" Version) 1-18 Top Of The Pops (7" Version) 1-19 20,000 Rezillos Under The Sea 1-20 Destination Venus 1-21 Mystery Action Mission Accomplished... But The Beat Goes On (Live In Glasgow) 2-1 Top Of The Pops 2-2 Mystery Action 2-3 Somebody's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonite 2-4 Thunderbirds Are Go 2-5 Cold Wars 2-6 Teenbeat 2-7 No 2-8 Land Of A Thousand Dances 2-9 I Need You 2-10 Culture Shock 2-11 Getting Me Down 2-12 Ballroom Blitz 2-13 (My Baby Does) Good Sculptures 2-14 Destination Venus Bonus Tracks 2-15 Cold Wars (Live In Glasgow 7" Mix) 2-16 Flying Saucer Attack (Live In Glasgow) 2-17 Twist And Shout (Live In Glasgow) 2-18 Good Sculptures (Alternative Version) 2-19 Getting Me Down (Alternative Version) (Cherry Red Records)
  • Another repress of a legendary must have by Mad Butcher Classics. Second single of The Oppressed from 1983. Including “Work Together”, THE all time manifesto of anti-racist Oi. Get it now! (Mad Butcher Records)

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