Legendary follow up to "The Day The Country Died", especially the epic masterpiece that is the title track, taking up the entire B Side and clocking in at nearly 17 minutes long, something of a first for this genre back then, well apart from the abysmal Yes Sir, I Will from Crass.. and the worst second LP from Flux Of Pink Indians.
As with most if not all Subhumans releases they are still available to buy and I suggest strongly in supporting Dick Lucas and his band of merry men.. Get all the Subhumans you ever wanted here:
01 - ♫
02 - Forget
03 - Waste Of Breath
04 - Where’s The Freedom?
05 - Reality Is Waiting For A Bus
06 - Us Fish Must Swim Together
07 - Wake Up Screaming
08 - Adversity
09 - Rain
10 - From The Cradle To The Grave
“..and when the children call you bastard!”
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