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This Perfect Day - Various - Something Better Change - Punk Junk (CD)

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  1. This most excellent triple disc set contains every single released for United Artists between and , including both a and B-sides. 49 tracks including 'Nice And Sleazy', '(Get A) Grip (On Yourself)', 'Golden Brown', 'Strange Little Girl', 'Peaches', 'Something Better Change' and many more. EMI/5(18).
  2. Punk-O-Rama was the title given to a series of ten compilation albums published by Epitaph Records between and The first volume was released in , the second in , and the rest annually from to The albums included artists from Epitaph's roster as well as from its subsidiary label ANTI-and its partnership labels Hellcat Records and Burning Heart Records.
  3. In any case I found the CD used and it came in good condition. To be honest the track isn't the home run I thought I heard but surprise, I like the whole album. Harvey's 4th album after a long layoff is a bit on the somber side, with a bit of Patty Smith's punk rock element offset by a bluesy sound. It is quiet and worthy of repeated listens/5().
  4. The ambitiously titled Greatest Ever!Punk & New Wave: The Definitive Collection features 37 tracks that span three discs. Obvious hyperbole aside, this budget-priced box set has some real gems from the likes of the Damned ("Neat Neat Neat"), Adam and the Ants ("Kings of the Wild Frontier"), the Specials ("Ghost Town"), Dead Kennedys ("Holiday in Cambodia") and more, but it would take at least.
  5. "Perfect Day", however, was not covered for years. Maybe other singers liked it too much; maybe it was just out of time, amid the bombast of the mid-Seventies and then the frenzy of punk.
  6. Just don't expect the high energized delivery you've become accustomed to from your favorite punk-rock team, but the change of pace is a nice departure and the concept helps separate Punk Goes Acoustic from the plethora of compilations saturating the various artists section at your local record shop/5(53).
  7. No fat. No filler. No "pretty good" songs. This album is punk banger after punk banger after punk banger. And, while the band is clearly influenced by the first wave of leather jacket rockers, this ain't no retro record. This record is as fresh as it gets -- as wild as it gets­, as exciting as it gets.
  8. It's as pissed-off as '80s hardcore and as hook-oriented as '70s punk. It was the perfect way to bring punk into the '90s, not by "reviving" something that had been done already but by absorbing.
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