The Last Call - Anti-Pasti

The Last Call
First time on CD for the Anti-Pasti's first studio LP which spent seven weeks in the UK charts back in 1982, peaking at the No. 31 position. Classics like "No Government" and "Another Dead Soldier" have now been joined by 7 bonus cuts including the "Six Guns" and "Let Them Free" singles to give 21 slices of the finest in early 80's Punk.
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Code: CDPUNK48
Weight: 200
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1. No Government
2. Brew Your Own
3. Another Dead Soldier
4. Call The Army
5. City Below
6. 24 Hours
7. Night Of The Warcry
8. Freedom Row
9. St. George (Gets His Gun)
10. The Last Call
11. Ain't Got Me
12. Truth and Justice
13. Hell
14. I Wanna Be Your Dog
Bonus Tracks
15. 1980
16. Something New
17. Two Years Too Late
18. Let Them Free
19. Hell
20. Now's The Time
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Spizz came to prominence in 1978 supporting Siouxsie & the Banshees as half of the punk skiffle duo SPIZZOIL. Following an invitation to session on the John Peel show (the first of four), Rough Trade Records released two EPs. 6000 Crazy & Cold City. Their first single Soldier Soldier (Spizz¹s third) was awarded N.M.E. Single of the Week. Later that year came another Single of the Week awarded by Melody Maker's Chris Bohn for Where's Captain Kirk? Released at the same time as the first Star Trek movie, it topped the newly formed Indie Chart and stayed there for eight consecutive weeks, it also remained in that chart for the whole of 1980.

Fifth single No Room was an instant Indie chart topper and subsequently A&M signed the band, releasing their first LP Do A Runner. It was a top ten hit in the proper charts and ALL their releases re-entered the Indie chart.

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