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Punk Rock Anthology 1978-2017 [Colored Vinyl] (Ofgv) (Red)
Artist: Uk Subs
Format: Vinyl

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Label: DEMON RECORDS
Rel. Date: 01/28/2022
UPC: 5014797906150

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DISC: 1

1. C.I.D. (Single Version)
2. Stranglehold (Single Version)
3. Tomorrows Girls (Single Version)
4. Scum Of The Earth
5. Crash Course
6. She's Not There
7. Warhead (Single Version)
8. Brand New Age
9. Emotional Blackmail
10. Teenage (Single Version)
11. Left For Dead
12. New York State Police
13. Party In Paris (Single Version)
14. Keep On Running (Til You Burn)
15. Plan Of Action
16. Endangered Species
17. Flood Of Lies
18. Anti-Warfare
19. Motivator
20. Another Cuba
21. Here Comes Alex
22. Df 118
23. Riot
24. Reclaim The Street
25. Drunken Sailor
26. Devolution
27. Fragile
28. 666 Yeah
29. Creation
30. Hell Is Other People
31. Deconstruct
32. Rebellion Song
33. I've Got A Gun
34. The Beast

More Info:

This 34 track double LP pressed on 140g Red and Yellow Vinyl is the first to cover the entire career of Punk legends the U.K. Subs. It includes the hit singles "Stranglehold"(No.26), "Tomorrows Girls" (No.28), "She's Not There" (No.36), "Warhead" (No.30), "Teenage" (No.32), "Party In Paris" (No.37) and "Keep On Running" (No.41). Tracks are culled from across the band's 40 plus year career that saw them release an album for each letter of the alphabet! From 1978's "Another Kind Of Blues" through to 2015's "Ziezo".