Listen up Punk fans! Incoming in March are two 5CD boxsets documenting the entire recorded output of the leading anarcho-punk band ‘Conflcit’. More info:
Conflict: Statements Of Intent 1982-1987, 5CD Clamshell Box
The first of two 5 disc box sets covering the entire recorded output of leading Anarcho Punk band Conflict. This one covers the period 1982-87.
Disc 1 features the Indie Chart topping “It’s Time To See Who’s Who” album which now comes with the bonus of the ‘House That Man Built’ (No.3, 18 weeks), ‘Live At Centro Iberico’ (No.7, 21 weeks) and ‘To A Nation Of Animal Lovers’ (No.4, 18 weeks) EP’s. The second disc is the “Increase The Pressure” album which spent 16 weeks in the Indie Chart, peaking at No.2. Now has as a bonus the No.5 hit single ‘The Serenade Is Dead’. Disc Three is the live “Only Stupid Bastards Help EMI” album which reached No.5 in the Independent Chart in early 1986. The fourth disc is the seminal “The Ungovernable Force” album, a No.2 Indie Chart hit when first issued in 1986. Now includes the Indie hit singles ‘This Is Not Enough’ (No.3, 27 weeks) and ‘The Battle Continues’ (No.1, 23 weeks). The final disc is the 32 track “Turning Rebellion Into Money” album which topped the Indie Chart in July 1987.
Conflict: Statements Of Intent 1988-1994, 5CD Clamshell Box
5 CD companion to the “Statements Of Intent 1982-87” box set just issued by Mortarhate.
Disc 1 is the “The Final Conflict” album which reached No.13 in the UK Independent Chart when first released in 1988. The second disc is the acclaimed “Against All Odds” release which now comes with the addition of the remixed ‘Final Conflict’ single. Disc 3 is 1993’s “Conclusion” album which now features the single ‘These Colours Don’t Run’ as a bonus. The fourth disc is the In Concert “In The Venue” live album from 1994 which caught the band playing to a home crowd in South East London. The final disc brings the box sets full circle as it is the “Time To See Who’s Who Now” collection which saw the band re-record many of the tracks from their very first album and which was produced by Flux Of Pink Indians Derek Birkett.
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