Third and final installment of the "Punk and Disorderly" Trilogy.
Good party music!!
01 - Abrasive Wheels - Burn Em Down
02 - One Way System - Give Us A Future
03 - Newtown Neurotics - Kick Out The Tories
04 - UK Subs - Police State
05 - The Destructors - Jailbait
06 - The Expelled - Government Policy
07 - The Samples - Dead Hero
08 - Angelic Upstarts - Woman In Disguise
09 - The Adicts - Viva La Revolution
10 - The Vibrators - Dragnet
11 - The Exploited - Computers Don't Blunder
12 - Urban Dogs - New Barbarians
13 - The Ejected - Have You Got 10p?
14 - Chron Gen - Outlaw
15 - Action Pact - Suicide Bag
16 - The Violators - Summer Of '81
Bit of a weird, rare release this one as it was only manufactured domestically for the New Zealand market and is basically a "No Future Records" sampler. It has never been released outside of NZ.
Music World was a Christchurch based company who licensed releases from UK based Punk labels Riot City and No Future to release along side their standard catalogue of Country and Classical and I for one am eternally grateful to them. It the early mid 80's we didn't have the internet or Discogs so being able to buy such classic LP's from the likes of Chaos UK, Abrasive Wheels, The Partisans, Red Alert and even Chaotik Dischord was just fucking great!
01 - Blitz - Never Surrender
02 - Attak - Todays Generation
03 - Blitzkrieg - Lest We Forget
04 - Violators - Die With Dignity
05 - Test Tube Babies - Moped Lads
06 - Red Alert - Murder Missile
07 - Partisans - Killing Machine
08 - Red Alert - Sell Out
09 - Blitz - 45 Revoultions
10 - Protest - Orders
11 - Violators - Fugitive
12 - Insane - El Salvador
13 - Samples - Dead Hero
14 - Test Tube Babies - Up Your Bum
Roll back that clock like it's 1982 here:
Password is mboc
I first heard this band on Bullshit Detector II, the song was "Mid 1930's - Pre War Germany" and it was one of the stand out tracks on that particular LP along with such seminal bands like Anthrax, Omega Tribe, Kronstadt Uprising and Toxik Ephex (all of these bands have releases somewhere on this blog). While this ep, which is their only vinyl release doesn't quite hold up against the strength of that first listen it's still a solid record.
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