Tuesday, September 28, 2010

VA - God Save the Queen [76-99 2o Years of Punk]

As the title implies, this is a compilation commemorating the 20 years of the genre we came to love - PUNK!!!

This is a 3 CD compilation and I'm gonna let the tracklists to the talking.


CD 1

  1. Dead Kennedys – Holiday in Cambodia
  2. Vice Squad - Black Sheep
  3. Anti Nowhere League – I Hate People
  4. 999 – Homecide (Live)
  5. Johnny Thunders – Chinese Rocks (Live)
  6. Sham 69 – Borstal Breakout
  7. Chaotic Dischord – Fuck Religion, Fuck Politics, Fuck the Lot of You
  8. Chaos UK – Four Minute Warning
  9. Red London – CND
  10. the Adicts – Bad Boy
  11. Menace – GLC
  12. Alternative TV – How Much Longer?
  13. Blitz – Warriors
  14. Stiff Little Fingers – Listen (Live)
  15. Exploited – Alternantive
  16. the Ruts – Babylon’s Burning
  17. Slaughter & the Dogs – White Light White Heat (Live)
  18. the Damned – Disco Man
  19. the Stranglers – Go Buddy Go (Live)
  20. Anti Pasti – Another Dead Soldier

CD 2

  1. Stiff Little Fingers – Suspect Device (Live)
  2. GBH – Catch 22
  3. Chelsea – Evacuate (Live)
  4. Chron Gen – Jet Boy Jet Girl
  5. the Adicts – Joker in the Pack
  6. Eater – Thinking of the USA
  7. the Drones – Bone Idle
  8. Suburban Stubs – No Faith
  9. Dead Kennedys – Kill the Poor
  10. Peter & the Test Tube Babies – Up Your Bumn
  11. the Ressurection Experience – Do What I Do
  12. Sham 69 – Hurry Up Harry
  13. Electric Sex Circus – Spanner Badge
  14. the Adicts – Chinese Takeaway
  15. the Damned – Help (Live)
  16. Patrick Fitzgerald – All My Friends
  17. UK Subs – I Live in a Car
  18. Splodge – Tough Shit Wilson
  19. the Ruts – In a Rut
  20. Eddie & the Hot Rods – Teenage Depression (Live)

CD 3

  1. Sex Pistols – Anarchy in the UK (Live)
  2. the Lurkers – New Guitar in Town
  3. Chelsea -0 Right to Work (Live)
  4. the Stranglers – Peaches (Live)
  5. the Adverts – No Time to be 21
  6. Chron Gen – Misadventure
  7. the Damned – New Rose (Live)
  8. Electric Sex Circus – Cut Your Head Off
  9. Newtown Neurotics – the Mess
  10. Angelic Upstarts – Machine Gun Kelly
  11. One Way System – Cum On Feel the Noize
  12. the Vibrators – Baby Baby
  13. Angelic Upstarts – Upstarts (Live)
  14. Varukers – Massacred Millions
  15. Special Duties – Bullshit Crass
  16. the Lurkers – Just 13
  17. Cockney Rejects – Flares & Slippers
  18. the Morgans – Tommy
  19. Sham 69 – If the Kids Are United
  20. the Boys – I Don’t Care

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