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Second in the series of early 80s British anarcho-punk compilations. 21 tracks (including 12 unreleased) of rants against the state from bands such as Flux Of Pink Indians, Subhumans and The Mob and less well known bands like Sinyx and Eratics. Packed in a 24-page booklet with detailed biographies and recollections.
Compilation of both singles, their Wargasm appearance and 13 demo tracks of which 10 are previously unreleased from one of the UK's first and best anarcho bands.
First in a series of early 80s British anarcho-punk compilations. This collection compiles 23 anti-war diatribes, the core theme of the anarcho-punk movement in the cold war Thatcher/Reagan era. All bands were central to the scene, although not all are well known, we've searched high and low to bring you the best! 10 of the tracks are previously unreleased; the 24 page booklet contains a history of each band as well as recollections and rare photos.
Reissue of 1991's "More Songs About Love And War" LP. Bonus tracks include their contributions to 1988 "Underground Rockers" LP, five tracks from the split album with The Sect and the 1991 cover of The Clash's "Straight To Hell" from "The Clash Tribute: The Never Ending Story". CD deleted - download only!
Reissue of ATV's 1981 pop album for IRS with six bonus tracks. Features rare photos and sleeve notes from Mark Perry and Alex Fergusson.
A post-punk/D.I.Y. late 70s classic! 23 tracks compiling their debut album and all singles. Band included Mark Perry (ATV). Sleeve notes from Nag, Bendle and Mark. CD deleted - download only!
Recorded during the summer of '78 this album captures Alternative TV when they were at the forefront of the post-punk English new wave. CD deleted - download only!
One of Belfast's first punk bands and the second band to release a record on Good Vibrations. This 22 track CD includes all three singles and 15 unreleased studio recordings packaged in a 12 page booklet. Drummer Mike Joyce would later achieve worldwide fame in The Smiths. CD deleted - download only!
16 perfect quality studio demos from 1977-79 including six previously unreleased tracks and some stunning different versions. Packaged in a 12-page booklet with previously unseen photos and sleeve notes by Nick Cash.
First time on CD for this classic punk album. Packaged in an eight page full colour throughout booklet with sleeve notes from Steve Heart and bonus singles tracks.
19 track compilation from legendary Cle-Punk band. Includes their sought after Hearthen single and 13 unreleased tracks. Artwork by John Morton and sleeve notes by Christopher Stigliano.
Three concerts from Yorkshire's original premier punk band from 1978, 1979 and 1997. 27 tracks including 8 that the band only performed live and appear exclusively on this CD. Sleeve notes and photos supplied by guitarist Paul Gilbert. CD deleted - download only!
Two live gigs from 999's most popular periods. The first is a 15 track set from Leicester 1980 drawn largely from 'The Biggest Prize In Sport' and the second a 12 track set from Manchester 1977 featuring a very different version of 'Emergency' and the previously unreleased 'Jam Me Up'. CD deleted - download only!
"Live Statement" is a recording of the full set from Nottingham in November 1982 comprising mostly material from "Strive To Survive" when Flux were at the height of their popularity. CD deleted - download only!
The 1987 Albini produced monster available for the first time on CD with six bonus/unreleased tracks. Features John Robb frontman with Gold Blade. CD deleted - download only!
23 tracks featuring both singles their Bullshit Detector Vol. 2 appearance and 16 unreleased studio recordings packaged in a 12 page booklet with previously unseen photos and a detailed history from founder member Steve Pegrum.
19 demos from 1980/81 seven unreleased including the infamous track Slam! which their record companies on both sides of the Atlantic refused to release due to the controversy surrounding 999 and Slam dancing. Sleeve notes by Nick Cash explain the whole controversy. CD deleted - download only!
Mark Perry returns with a new album of 16 original recordings. Sleeve cartoons by Space Jam cartoonist Rufus. CD deleted - download only!
Founders of the genre punk-pathetique The Shapes are best remembered for the radio hit Wot's For Lunch Mum? (Not Beans Again) and the classic Good Vibrations single Airline Disaster. 19 tracks from 1978/9 including both singles two interviews demos and seven previously unreleased tracks.
Formed by ex-Maniacs frontman Alan Lee Shaw in 1978 and joined by Paul Cook (Sex Pistols), Alvin Gibbs (Users/Chelsea/UK Subs) and John Towe (Generation X/Chelsea), this 17 track compilation includes both singles and 11 previously unreleased gems.
17 track compilation from one of the earliest punk bands who released on of the best singles of the era 'Chelsea 1977' and who were one of the stars of the Mont De Marsan Punk Festival. CD deleted - download only!
Originally released on PVC Records in 1983 as a full-priced eight track album, now available at a mini-album price.
A compilation of rare material from long deleted vinyl releases from this supergroup which includes Paul Marotta (ex - Electric Eels) and Mike Hudson (ex - Pagans vocalist). CD deleted - download only!
A 22 track compilation from this radical, inovative and extreme USA mid - 70s band whose members later evolved into The Cramps, Dead Boys and Pere Ubu. Includes previously unissued material and new John Morton artwork.
First new album in about 4 years. Once again ATV refuse to be an act that can be easily categorised as Mark Perry continues to experiment. Includes a 15 minute Throbbing Gristle medley. CD deleted - download only!