Pax Records Punk Singles Collection - Various - Punk

Pax Records Punk Singles Collection
This collection features rare cuts from bands such as, The Exploited, The Mau Maus, Angelic Upstarts, Anti System and Riot Squad, with all the tracks appearing on CD for the first time. These artists and many more made Pax Records a leading label on the punk scene throughout the early 80s. A full discography, detailed liner notes and pictures of each of the sleeves are included to complete the package
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Code: CDPUNK75
Weight: 200
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INFA RIOT Power ANGELIC UPSTARTS Victory In Poland MAU MAUS Society's Rejects / Social System X /TRACT Aftermath MANIA Stick Together MAU MAUS No Concern / Clampdown X /TRACT Blame It On The Youth / War Heroes ANTI /SYSTEM Government Lies / Schoolboys MAU MAUS Just Another Day / Running With The Pack RIOT SQUAD Police Power SEPTIX Traitor THE EXPLOITED Rival Leaders / Army Style / Singalonabushell DEMOB No Room For You/
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