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April 13, 2018
℗ 2018 The Damned
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April 13, 2018
℗ 2018 The Damned
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Another Music In A Different Kitchen (Special Edition)
Another Music in a Different Kitchen is the debut studio album by English punk rock band Buzzcocks. It was released in March 1978, through record label United Artists. This was the third line-up of Buzzcocks, with guitarist Pete Shelley singing following the departure of original vocalist Howard Devoto and then the firing of bassist Garth Smith. It includes the hit single "I Don't Mind", which reached number 55 in the UK Singles Chart in May 1978.
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Days In Europa
Days in Europa is the second album by Scottish punk rock and new wave band Skids. It was released in 1979 by record label Virgin.
The Crack is The Ruts first album, released in 1979 and containing the UK hit singles: "Babylon's Burning" and "Something That I Said". The white-reggae "Jah War", which was written in the aftermath of the Southall unrest and the over-use of force by the Metropolitan Police Service's Special Patrol Group in 1979, was also released as a single but didn't make the UK chart.
The cover picture by artist John H. Howard shows the members of the group seated on a large sofa, around them are some of their contemporaries such as Rat Scabies and Captain Sensible of The Damned, Jimmy Pursey of Sham 69, while Peter Cook and Dudley Moore are standing behind Malcolm, John Peel appears to be doing something to a schoolgirl with a bar of chocolate on the left hand side, Jimi Hendrix looks on from the right, the wives and girlfriends of the band members appear in various poses, as does the band's roadie Mannah who assisted in writing the song "S.U.S" which deals with the vagrancy act, widely used by London's Metropolitan Police Service in the late 1970s. The astronomer Patrick Moore looks on somewhat disapprovingly from the left.
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So, Who's Paranoid?
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Grave Disorder is an album from the punk rock band The Damned, released in August 2001. It was their first release since signing to Nitro Records.
Final Damnation is a live album by the Damned. The album was recorded at The Town & Country Club in London on 13 June 1988. It was originally released in August 1989 by Essential, and was later re-released on DVD.
The set begins with the original line-up and morphs through the various line-ups of the band, each playing on the tracks which that lineup recorded in the studio. It was recorded at a time when the band were in a chaotic state, without a record contract, after being dropped by their only major label, MCA. Various line-ups based on this show would tour until the Damned released the "Fun Factory" single.
Anything (Remastered & Expanded)
Anything is the seventh studio album by the Damned, released by MCA Records in 1986. On the album's release, it charted in the United Kingdom, peaking at No. 40, and was certified as silver by the British Phonographic Industry. Four singles were released that all charted in the UK.
The album received some positive press, but was later called inferior to the group's previous work by AllMusic.
Phantasmagoria (Remastered & Expanded)
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It was released in 3 November 1980 on Chiswick as a double album, with "Curtain Call" filling the whole of side 3, and a selection of live tracks recorded at Shepperton Studios for Damned fan club members on side 4.
The song "13th Floor Vendetta" paid tribute to the film The Abominable Dr. Phibes, opening with the lyrics "...the organ plays to midnight on Maldine Square tonight".
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