Drastic Plastic Records
Vinyl LP with Damaged Cover
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• 200 Gram Vinyl Record
Numbered Limited Edition
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Please note: This item is being sold as cosmetically damaged. Damage may include but is not limited to bent corners, seam splits, cover creases or tears, etc.
150-gram opaque red vinyl pressed at Quality Record Pressings!
Limited to 1,000 copies, foil numbered
Mastered for vinyl by Masterdisk
Faithful reproduction of the original jacket art, printed at Stoughton Printing
Machine Gun Etiquette is the third album by seminal punk-rock group The Damned, and the first one without guitarist Brian James. As their original release helped define the still vague punk generation, and became part of the soundtrack of the summer of hate (1977), this stunning release helped define the post-punk genre. Its multilayered songs incorporate ideas from a variety of movements and musical styles and then place them over simple and complex deliveries.
Much wider in its perspective than The Damned's first two releases, Machine Gun Etiquette marks a defining moment in the evolution of underground music. It delivers a pleasurable listening experience that furthers one's appreciation of this deep, excellent, and genre-defying band.
|1. Love Song|
|2. Machine Gun Etiquette|
|3. I Just Can’t Be Happy Today|
|4. Melody Lee|
|6. These Hands|
|7. Plan 9 Channel 7|
|8. Noise Noise Noise|
|9. Looking at You|
|11. Smash It Up (Part 1)|
|12. Smash It Up|