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Digipak version of the bands 1983 Indie Chart No.8 hit album.
Includes the single ‘Rival Leaders’ which hit No.11 in the Indie Chart.
The front cover image on this album is one of the most iconic of the whole Punk Rock movement.
A UK Independent Chart No.10 smash when first released in 1983,this was the debut LP by the Toy Dolls.
This deluxe digipak includes the Indie Chart hit singles ‘Nellie The Elephant’ (No.16), ‘Cheerio & Toodle Pip’ (No.10) and ‘Alfie From The Bronx’ (No.13) plus the ultra-rare ‘Toy Dolls EP’.
Also features the bands contributions to the Top 30 “Strength Thru Oi!” compilation.
Booklet includes lyrics to all the songs and pictures of all relevant sleeves.
A No.1 Indie chart topper when originally released in 1981, this was a 10 track mini LP first issued by collectable Clay Records.
We’ve added 14 bonus including the Indie Chart hit singles ‘Realities Of War’ (No.5, 44 weeks), ‘Fight Back’ (No.4, 46 weeks) and ‘Decontrol’ (No.2, 44 weeks) to what has already been generally acclaimed as THE UK Hardcore Punk record.
The influence this album and Discharge have had on the world-wide Punk movement is impossible to measure – they started a whole genre of “Discore” bands and have been covered by so many Punk and Metal bands (Metallica, Sepultura, Machine Head, Soulfly and Anthrax to name a few) – Punk Rock does not get rawer then this!
Voted by the journalists of “Terrorizer” magazine as the most important Punk album of all time, this was the first full length LP from UK Hardcore Punk band Discharge and it is rightly declared a classic.
A No.40 National Chart hit when first released in 1982 as well spending four months in the Indie Chart, peaking at No.2.
The 11 bonus tracks include the Indie Chart hits ‘Never Again’ (No.3), ‘State Violence State Control’ (No.4) and ‘Warning’ (No.6).
A version of the band is still a major attraction at Punk Festivals across the globe.
The second studio album from the totally bonkers Toy Dolls.
Reached No.4 in the Independent Chart when first released in 1985.
Contains the Indie Chart ht singles ‘We’re Mad’ (No.4), ‘She Goes To Finos’ (No. 4) and the chart topping ‘Nellie The Elephant’ which also hit No.3 in the National Charts and saw the band on “Top Of The Pops”.
Still going strong to this very day.
A UK Indie Chart No.12 hit when first released back in 1986.
Features the Indie Chart hit singles ‘James Bond Lives Down Our Street’ (No.7) and ‘Geordie’s Gone To Jail’ (No.14).
Digipak version include booklet with lyrics to all the songs plus in-depth liner notes by “Burning Britain” author Ian Glasper.
Debut solo album by U.K. Subs frontman and Punk Rock legend Charlie Harper.
Originally released on the collectable Flicknife Records in 1982.
Includes the bonus of Charlie’s first two solo singles ‘Barmy London Army’ and ‘Freaked’.
The second Urban Dogs album gets restored to its original running order.
The band featured U.K. Subs vocalist Charlie Harper and Vibrators front-man Knox.
With in-depth liner notes by the official U.K. Subs website co- editor Rob Cook.
The first ever U.K. Subs album, recorded at the legendary Roxy Club on New Year’s Eve 1977.
Now with added bonus of the band’s second ever studio demo making their debut on CD.
In depth liner notes by official U.K. Subs website co- editor Rob Cook.
Released in 2014 to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of Mod Revival legends Secret Affair.
This is the bands four studio albums housed in a calm shell box complete with a deluxe highly detailed 20 page booklet.
Includes the UK hit singles ‘Time For Action’ (No.13), ‘Let Your Heart Dance’ (No.32), ‘My World’ (No.16), ‘Sound Of Confusion’ (No. 45) and ‘Do You Know’ (No.57).
Original vocalist Ian Page and guitarist Dave Cairns still lead the band to this very day and are regular bill toppers at the many Scooter and Mod Festivals across Europe.
Probably the most famous and controversial Oi! band of them all, this was The 4 Skins debut LP, originally released in 1982 and a UK National Chart hit as well as topping the then important Independent Chart