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Comic Strip
Artist: Bad News
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 07/24/2020
UPC: 5056083204175

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1. Intro - the Bad News Pledge
2. The Rock N Roll Creations
3. Bad News
4. Drink Till I Die
5. Bohemian Rhapsody
6. Vampire Spunk Merchants from Hell
7. We Are Bad News
8. Hey Mr Bassman
9. Bitch of Love 1
10. Warriors of Ghengis Khan 1
11. My Generation 1
12. Christmas Song 1
13. Twist and Shout 1
14. Hey, Hey Bad News 1
15. Mama, We're All Crazy Now 1
16. Bad Dreams 1
17. A.G.M 1
18. Double Entendre 1
19. Locked in 2
20. Aids 2
21. 'O' Levels 2
22. Wedding 2
23. Heavy Metal Farmer 2
24. Masturbike 2
25. Cashing in on Christmas (Dub) 2
26. Intro 2
27. Banter for the Boyz 2
28. Drink Til I Die 2
29. Vampire Spunk Merchants from Hell 3
30. Bitch Hell Mother 3
31. Masterbike 3
32. Warriors of Ghengis Khan 3
33. Bad News

More Info:

The Comic Strip is a comedy troupe which came to prominence in the 1980s, and were the flagbearers for the anarchic and politically tinged alternative comedy scene. They featured comedians such as Adrian Edmondson, Dawn French, Rik Mayall, Jennifer Saunders, Peter Richardson and others, with frequent collaborations by folk like Keith Allen, Robbie Coltrane and Alexei Sayle. The troupe came together in mid-1980, when two double-acts - Edmondson and Mayall (20th Century Coyote) and Planer and Richardson (The Outer Limits) - became regulars at the newly opened Comedy Store, alongside Alexei Sayle. The performers soon moved to another venue in Soho, where they staged regular cabaret nights. When Channel 4, with an alternative and radical remit, started broadcasting in 1982, the Comic Strip were just the sort of edgy performers that they were looking for. The channel commissioned a series of shows called 'The Comic Strip Presents...', the first of which debuted on the opening night.