91 track 6 CD box set featuring the entire P&TTB recorded output between 1978-87.
Each disc comes in a cardboard wallet with its original LP art and the clam shell box also contains a 20 page booklet featuring pictures of all the records, rare clippings from the band’s archive and detailed liner notes.
This 2002 release was Argy Bargy’s second full length studio album.
Argy Bargy feature guitarist Daryl Smith from Cock Sparrer plus on vocals the Oi! face about town that is Watford Jon.
This album features 14 terrace style chants and fast tuneful Street Punk titles that are the trademark of the band.
A major attraction on the European Punk gig circuit.
Once labeled “the most evil album ever made”(!) this was the second installment in the highly successful (and controversial) Oi! album series.
Originally released in 1981 this was the album that launched the careers of the likes of Last Resort, Infa Riot and The 4 Skins as well as establishing the whole Oi! movement on an international arena.
Since we released this album in 2003 it has remained one of our most in demand and consistent catalogue items.
This 23 track In Concert album was recorded in 2003 when Cock Sparer headlined the sold out “Holidays In The Sun” Punk Festival.
Includes versions of the bands best loved Oi! anthems such as ‘Argy Bargy’, ‘England Belongs To Me’, ‘Runnin’ Riot’ and ‘Chip On My Shoulder’ alongside traditional set opener ‘Riot Squad’.
Produced by guitarist Daryl Smith and with personal liner notes by each member of the band.
“Resurrection” was the 2005 `comeback’ album from Oi! legends The Last Resort.
Comes with an enhanced video for the track ‘Bolthole’.
Includes re-workings of The 4 Skins ‘ACAB’ and ‘Wonderful World’ and a great version of Agnostic Front’s ‘Gotta Go’.
The Last Resort are a regular feature across the Europe wide Punk / Oi! Circuit.
This is Cock Sparrer’s acclaimed 2007 studio album, their first new release since 1996’s “Two Monkeys”, and the album that finally established them on an International basis.
Includes the UK single ‘Too Late’, the American single ‘Spirit Of `76’ and the French 7” ‘Did You Have A Nice Life Without Me’.
Bands such as Bouncing Souls, Agnostic Front, Dropkick Murphys, Discipline, The Skoidats and Roger Miret & The Disasters have all covered Cock Sparrer songs, proof of the bands undoubted influence across the whole spectrum of Punk Rock.
Since the release of “Here We Stand” the band have headlined sold out shows across the globe including ones in Brazil, Argentina, both coasts of America and pretty much every major capitol in Europe – they might not have been top of the charts they are always top of the bill!