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Live at the Longhorn
4.6 out of 5 stars with 54 reviews
Region Code: All (1-8), Video Format: NTSC, Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1, Running Time: 45 mins.
Belsen Was A Gas
Holidays In The Sun
Anarchy In The U.K.
God Save The Queen (clip)
Anarchy In The U.K. (clip)
4.1 out of 5 stars with 30 reviews
Odds and sods compilation for the UK punk act. 18 tracks including previously unreleased masters of 'Volume Control', 'Innocent Bystander' and 'Best Place In Town', unreleased demos of 'Matthew', 'Magic Roundabout', 'Goodbye My Love', 'Pastimes', 'Over The Balcony' and 'Crazy Mixed Up Emotion', an early rough demo of 'Innocent Bystander' and the an unreleased demo of 'Volume Control' added as a bonus track. Standardjewelcase. 2001 release.
My Aim Is True
mpn: MSE138816, ean: 0602517414785,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 59 reviews
The heart of the second disc is a legendary 17-song live performance by Elvis Costello and The Attractions from The Nashville Rooms in London on August 7, 1977, just a little more than two months after their first-ever performances. The complete concert is followed by five songs from the show's soundcheck earlier that day, all available on CD for the first time. These have never been commercially available before, except for three songs issued as the B-side to the 1977 release of the Watching Th
mpn: AHOYCD163, ean: 5032556116329,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 33 reviews
A 20 page booklet complete with lyrics to every song and a liner note by vocalist / guitarist Steve Drewett accompanies this brilliant 23 track round up of the Newtown Neurotics Punk recordings. Includes all of their ''Beggars Can Be Choosers'' album plus the singles ''Kick Out The Tories'', ''Licensing Hours'', ''Blitzkrieg Bop'' and ''Suzi''. A must.
So Who's Paranoid
mpn: 634457505124, ean: 0634457505124,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 10 reviews
So, who's paranoid? Certainly not The Damned, who have conjured another collection of genre defying anthems. From the jangly garage rock opener of A Danger To Yourself to the lushly psychedelic closer Dark Asteroid, The Damned pull yet another rabbit out of the hat and masterfully affirm their legendary status. 32 years on, the heart of the Damned, Dave Vanian and Captain Sensible, beat stronger than ever, proving with ''So, Who's Paranoid?'', that their trademark dark, melodic beauty, tinged wi
Black and White (+6 Bonus Tracks)
mpn: 0724353469122, ean: 0724353469122,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 58 reviews
Digitally remastered and repackaged with bonus tracks, fresh artwork, extensive new sleevenotes and many new, previously unseen photos.
Girls Girls Girls
mpn: C2K 46897, ean: 0074644689723,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 53 reviews
2 DISC SET. CD IN FLAWLESS CONDITION. SHIPS VIA FIRST CLASS MAIL. ALL ORDERS OVER $25 FREE UPGRADE TO PRIORITY MAIL. ALL ORDERS OVER $50 SHIPPED WITH SIGNATURE CONFIRMATION.Elvis Costello- Girls Girls Girls.
Singles Going Steady
4.0 out of 5 stars with 51 reviews
One of the all-time great punk-rock anthologies! Here are the late-'70s singles plus B-sides from the Beatles of punk: Ever Fallen in Love; What Do I Get; I Don't Mind; Orgasm Addict; Promises; Love You More; Just Lust; Noise Annoys , and more. With a name designed to shock, and song titles like ''Oh Shit?'' and ''Orgasm Addict'' the Buzzcocks were proud proponents of British late-'70s punk rock. But in retrospect, it's easier to see what else they accomplished--some of the catchiest, most provo
Perfect Hits 1975-1981
4.7 out of 5 stars with 50 reviews
Thanks to relentless MTV exposure, Billy Idol became a virtual one-man parody of himself--and the tattered, all-too-quickly recycled remains of mid-'80s new wave--in near record time. And before it became one of the '90s most overused cultural labels, Generation X was the name of Idol's short-lived ('78 to '81) entrée into London's oft-sordid punk wars, often to the chagrin of U.K. critics who found their antics a trifle posed. But Idol and guitarist Tony James didn't let concerns about authent
4.4 out of 5 stars with 23 reviews
2005 remastered reissue of 1982 and 5th album from The Boomtown Rats featuring frontman Bob Geldof. Contains 3 bonus tracks 'No Hiding Place' (B-side), 'House On Fire' (12inch dub version) & 'Up All Night' (long version). Mercury.
Chaos to 1984: 4-Skins Live
mpn: MAYO CD 503, ean: 0664813250320,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 60 reviews
Third and Final Four Skins Album Released for the First Time on Its Own. Features Roi Pearce of Last Resort on Vocals
4.2 out of 5 stars with 48 reviews
Named for the number of live gigs Wire had played to that point, 154 refines and expands the innovations of Chairs Missing, with producer Mike Thorne's synthesizer effects playing an even more integral role; little of Pink Flag's rawness remains. If Chairs Missing was a transitional album between punk and post-punk, 154 is squarely in the latter camp, devoting itself to experimental soundscapes that can sound cold and forbidding at times. However, the best tracks retain their humanity thanks to
Punk 1977-2007: 30 Anniversary [Limited Edition]
mpn: 71 3 00007028, ean: 7798093710298,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 51 reviews
Punk split the world of international rock in two and the aftershock can still be heard in the music scene today. The end of October 2008 marked the 30 year anniversary of the release of Never Mind The Bollocks, the only album by the Sex Pistols (British pioneers of the punk movement) and to commemorate it we are proud to present Punk - 1977/2007 30th Anniversary, a collection that devotes equal attention to the genre's original groups (Velvet Underground, The Stooges, New York Dolls, The Runawa
mpn: 1976583, ean: 0794171584420,
4.1 out of 5 stars with 9 reviews
The Damned are back and--thank hell--all their faculties are intact. These superannuated punks have ceaselessly provided live music for Britain's gnarly pallbearers to pogo to, but Grave Disorder is only their fourth studio album in 16 years (and the first to feature bereted loon-ball Captain Sensible since 1982). Rat Scabies has been replaced by ex-English Dogs tub-thumper Pinch, while Dave Vanian remains at the vocal helm. Vanian even gets to sing a manly voiced love song to missus and bassist