4 CD 53 track clam shell box featuring all the releases by Cock Sparrer between 1977-87.
Disc 1 is the ultra-rare self-titled debut LP – previously only released in Spain - containing the singles ‘Runnin’ Riot’ and ‘We Love You’ and now comes with five bonus cuts that effectively round up all of the band’s earliest known recordings.
A 59 track 4 CD clam shell box set gathering together all of Punk legends 999’s releases between 1977-80.
Each disc comes in a card wallet featuring a replica of the original LP artwork whilst the 20 page booklet contains detailed liner notes, lots of clippings, memorabilia and record sleeves from the era.
Five CD 74 track round up of the early years of The Toy Dolls.
The booklet includes notes on each of the albums plus pictures of all the sleeves whilst each disc comes in a cardboard wallet depicting the original artwork.
All housed in a sturdy clam shell box!
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 classic album is now available in this collectable 2CD digipack release, together with their famous live recording from the Glasgow Apollo on 23rd December 1978 – released at the time under the name of “Mission Accomplished... But The Beat Goes On”.
Not only does Flying Saucer Attack contain these two great recordings, but the package also includes all the B-sides and rarities from the band’s first stint as The Rezillos between 1977 and 1979.
Includes the hits ‘(My Baby Does) Good Sculptures’, ‘I Can’t Stand My Baby’, ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’, ‘Destination Venus’, ‘Top of the Pops’, plus many rarities not included on the band’s initial two albums, such as live versions of ‘Flying Saucer Attack’, ‘Twist and Shout’, and alternative versions of ‘(My Baby Does) Good Sculptures’ and ‘Getting Me Down’.
Everything contained has been freshly re-mastered especially for this release.
• Named after a lyric from Magazine’s ground-breaking hit, ‘Shot By Both Sides’, TO THE OUTSIDE OF EVERYTHING tells a musical story of how the UK’s post-punk scene evolved from the spirit of 1977 and the arrival of key labels such as Fast, Rough Trade, Zoo, Factory and Cherry Red.
• Includes landmark singles by Joy Division, PiL, Wire, Gang Of Four, The Slits, Killing Joke, Echo And The Bunnymen, Scritti Politti, The Pop Group, Human League, The Fall, Alternative T.V., Tubeway Army, Adam And The Ants, Josef K, The Teardrop Explodes, Throbbing Gristle, The Psychedelic Furs, Theatre Of Hate, The Birthday Party, The Associates, Fire Engines, and Ultravox.
• Boasts a lengthy essay and band-by-band histories by ex-NME journalist Neil Taylor within a lavishly illustrated 48-page booklet.
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.
“Sound Of Music” spent three months in the Independent Chart Top Ten when first released in 1982, peaking at the No.2 position.
Includes the Top 10 single ‘Chinese Takeaway’ and now comes with three bonus tracks.
Also includes ‘Joker In The Pack’ which was one of the stand out tracks from the “UK/DK” film about Punks and Skinheads.
Original LP artwork, sleeve notes and lyrics to all the songs are a feature of the packaging.
Originally released in 1985 this was The Adicts third studio album and it reached No.7 in the Independent Chart.
Includes the Indie Chart hit single ‘Bad Boy’ plus the ‘Tokyo’ and ‘Falling In Love Again’ 45’s.
Now comes with eight bonus tracks.
Booklet includes lyrics and sleeve notes plus pictures of all relevant singles.