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75-track 3 CD collection of vintage Punk from 1980 and it's many spin-offs. Including 77 Punk troopers 999, The Damned, The Stranglers and The Vibrators plus "second wave" leaders The Ruts, The Members and Stiff Little Fingers. Perfectly capturing Punk Rock in the UK in 1980. The soundtrack of a (de)generation. Scaling the walls of system with the well-known: Sham 69, Adam And The Ants, UK Subs and The Skids to the ultra-obscure Intestines, The D. S. , Auntie Pus and the brilliantly named Innocent Vicars. With and 8000 word sleeve note where each band and track has a bio and all are illustrated with relevant picture sleeve. Following on from Cherry Red's critically acclaimed and commercially successful 1977, 1978 and 1979 compilations comes, surprise, surprise, '1980'. Subtitled "Brand New Rage" this 75-track 3 CD release covers the Punk scene of the day and it's sub genres. Also featuring the first fruits of Oi! Via the Cockney Rejects and the Angelic Upstarts and the imminent UK/82 scene spearheaded by Discharge and The Exploited, plus Power Pop gems from The Stiffs, Richard & The Taxmen and The Elevators (and who can't love a song called 'Your I's Are Too Close Together'?), and Max Splodge, The Dickies and Squad, who raise a flag for the Punk Pathetique movement while the Goths have Theatre Of Hate and UK Decay.
75-track 3 CD collection of vintage Punk from 1980 and it's many spin-offs. Including 77 Punk troopers 999, The Damned, The Stranglers and The Vibrators plus "second wave" leaders The Ruts, The Members and Stiff Little Fingers. Perfectly capturing Punk Rock in the UK in 1980. The soundtrack of a (de)generation. Scaling the walls of system with the well-known: Sham 69, Adam And The Ants, UK Subs and The Skids to the ultra-obscure Intestines, The D. S. , Auntie Pus and the brilliantly named Innocent Vicars. With and 8000 word sleeve note where each band and track has a bio and all are illustrated with relevant picture sleeve. Following on from Cherry Red's critically acclaimed and commercially successful 1977, 1978 and 1979 compilations comes, surprise, surprise, '1980'. Subtitled "Brand New Rage" this 75-track 3 CD release covers the Punk scene of the day and it's sub genres. Also featuring the first fruits of Oi! Via the Cockney Rejects and the Angelic Upstarts and the imminent UK/82 scene spearheaded by Discharge and The Exploited, plus Power Pop gems from The Stiffs, Richard & The Taxmen and The Elevators (and who can't love a song called 'Your I's Are Too Close Together'?), and Max Splodge, The Dickies and Squad, who raise a flag for the Punk Pathetique movement while the Goths have Theatre Of Hate and UK Decay.
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1980: Brand New Rage / Various (Uk)
Artist: 1980: Brand New Rage / Various
Format: CD
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1. U.K. Subs - Brand New Age
2. Anti-Establishment - 1980
3. The Satellites - Urban Gorrilla
4. Theatre Of Hate- Legion
5. Adam ; The Ants - Car Trouble
6. The Rivals - Here Comes The Night
7. Victim - The Teen Age
8. Chelsea - No One's Coming Outside
9. Charlie Harper - Barmy London Army
10. The Damned - Wait For The Blackout
11. Acme Attractions -Anyway
12. Uxb - Crazy Today
13. The Carpettes - Nothing Ever Changes
14. The Wall - Ghetto
15. Newtown Neurotics -When The Oil Runs Ou
16. Salford Jets- Don't Start Trouble
17. Discharge - Fight Back
18. Red Rage - Total Control
19. The Straps - Just Can'tTake Anymore
20. Angelic Upstarts - Last
21. Night Another Soldier
22. The Professionals - One Two Three
23. The Hoax - Oh Darling
24. The Thrust - Society
25. Sham 69 - Unite And Win
26. Richard ; The Taxmen -Now We're Through
27. Stiff Little Fingers -Nobody's Hero
28. Knox - Gigolo Aunt
29. Anti-Pasti - No Government
30. The Crime - Johnny Come Home
31. The Fall - Totally Wired
32. Athletico Spizz 80 - No Room
33. The Drones - Can't See
34. The Elevators - Your I's Are
35. Too Close Together
36. The Wild Boys - We're Only Monsters
37. The Members - Flying Again
38. Knife Edge - Say You Will
39. Murder Inc. - Sounds So False
40. Homicide - Armageddon
41. The Crabs Featuring Gary Holton - We're All Crazy
42. The Dickies - Gigantor
43. Squad - Flasher
44. Manufactured Romance -Time Of My Life
45. The Quads - Ufo
46. Auntie Pus - Halfway To Venezuela
47. The Stranglers - Who
48. Wants The World?
49. Girls At Our Best -Getting Nowhere Fast
50. The Exclusives - Sinking Gondola
51. Tenpole Tudor - 3 Bells In A Row
52. Bad Weeks - City Life
53. 999 - Boys In The Gang
54. The Ruts - West One (Shine On Me)
55. The Stiffs - Volume Control
56. Embryo - I'm Different
57. The Boys - Terminal Love
58. Cockney Rejects - War On The Terraces
59. The Form - London Underground
60. The D.S. - My Toy
61. Disco Zombies - Here Come The Buts
62. Uk Decay - Disco Romance
63. Skids - Animation
64. The Cravats - Precinct
65. Apartment - The Car
66. Cuddly Toys - Astral Joe
67. Discharge - Anytown
68. Splodgenessabounds -Two Little Boys
69. Innocent Vicars - Anti Matter
70. Solid Action - Message
71. From A Loner
72. The Jerks - Come Back Bogart (I Wish You Would)
73. The Dark - Hawaii Five-O
74. The Vibrators - Disco In Mosco
75. X Press - Stop Start (And Go Back Again)
76. Menace - Live For Today
77. The Piranhas - Yap Yap Yap
78. The Exploited - Army Life
79. Intestines - Life In A Cardboard Box

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75-track 3 CD collection of vintage Punk from 1980 and it's many spin-offs. Including 77 Punk troopers 999, The Damned, The Stranglers and The Vibrators plus "second wave" leaders The Ruts, The Members and Stiff Little Fingers. Perfectly capturing Punk Rock in the UK in 1980. The soundtrack of a (de)generation. Scaling the walls of system with the well-known: Sham 69, Adam And The Ants, UK Subs and The Skids to the ultra-obscure Intestines, The D. S. , Auntie Pus and the brilliantly named Innocent Vicars. With and 8000 word sleeve note where each band and track has a bio and all are illustrated with relevant picture sleeve. Following on from Cherry Red's critically acclaimed and commercially successful 1977, 1978 and 1979 compilations comes, surprise, surprise, '1980'. Subtitled "Brand New Rage" this 75-track 3 CD release covers the Punk scene of the day and it's sub genres. Also featuring the first fruits of Oi! Via the Cockney Rejects and the Angelic Upstarts and the imminent UK/82 scene spearheaded by Discharge and The Exploited, plus Power Pop gems from The Stiffs, Richard & The Taxmen and The Elevators (and who can't love a song called 'Your I's Are Too Close Together'?), and Max Splodge, The Dickies and Squad, who raise a flag for the Punk Pathetique movement while the Goths have Theatre Of Hate and UK Decay.
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