U.K. Subs - Brand New Age

U.K. Subs - Brand New Age

Original Release Date

1980

Release Information

UK LP 1980 (Gem - GEMLP 106)

A1 You Can't Take It Anymore 1:59
A2 Brand New Age 1:32
A3 Public Servant 2:15
A4 Warhead 3:20
A5 Barbie's Dead 2:19
A6 Organised Crime 2:06
A7 Rat Race 1:58
B1 Emotional Blackmail 2:44
B2 Kicks 1:51
B3 Teenage 2:31
B4 Dirty Girls 1:48
B5 500 CC 2:15
B6 Bomb Factory 2:11
B7 Emotional Blackmail II 1:08

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UK CD 2000 (Captain Oi! - AHOY CD 136)

1 You Can't Take It Anymore 1:59
2 Brand New Age 1:32
3 Public Servant 2:15
4 Warhead 3:20
5 Barbie's Dead 2:19
6 Organised Crime 2:06
7 Rat Race 1:58
8 Emotional Blackmail 2:44
9 Kicks 1:51
10 Teenage 2:31
11 Dirty Girls 1:48
12 500 CC 2:15
13 Bomb Factory 2:11
14 Emotional Blackmail II 1:08
Bonus Tracks
15 She's Not There
16 Kicks (Single Version)
17 Victim
18 Same Thing
19 Warhead (Single Version)
20 The Harper
21 Waiting For The Man
22 Teenage (Single Version)
23 Left For Dead
24 New York State Police

15-18: She's Not There 7', released November 1979
19-21: Warhead 7", released February 1980
22-24: Teenage 7", released May 1980

Chart Placings

UK Chart Hit: 18, 9 wks

Credits

GEMLP 106:

Pete Davies - Drums
Nicky Garratt - Guitar
Charlie Harper - Vocals
Paul Slack - Bass

Produced by Charlie Harper & Nick Garratt
Recorded at Underhill Studio Jan 1980
Engineered by Laurie Dipple

Pete Davies photo by Pete Davies
Photos by Paul Slattery

Sleeve by Hothouse

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Additional Credits on CD:

Liner Notes: Nicky Garratt, Mark Brennan
Design by Tim Smith

Reviews & Opinions

PUNKY GIBBON: More forcefully produced than the first LP, this clear vinyl effort boasts two of their best A-Sides (‘Warhead’, ‘Teenage’), and exemplary album cuts such as the rampaging 'Emotional Blackmail', the humorous '500 CC' and the salaciously politically incorrect ' Dirty Girls', a sequel to the first album's blow-job anthem 'All I Wanna Know'. High octane tuneful punk, quite removed from the mindless thrash of The Exploited or GBH, the current rising stars of the scene, and all the better for it. Brilliant.

Additional Notes

TIME AND MATTER WEBSITE: Quite a few copies have appeared on ebay described as caramel or clear brown vinyl, these are not rare mis-pressings but an effect of age on the vinyl as an original clear vinyl copy in our collections is starting to go brown around the edges.

Images

U.K. Subs - Brand New Age - UK LP 1980 (Gem - GEMLP 106) U.K. Subs - Brand New Age - UK LP 1980 (Gem - GEMLP 106)

UK LP 1980 (Gem - GEMLP 106). Clear or black vinyl. Click here for more

U.K. Subs - Brand New Age - UK CD 2000 (Captain Oi! - AHOY CD 136) U.K. Subs - Brand New Age - UK CD 2000 (Captain Oi! - AHOY CD 136)

UK CD 2000 (Captain Oi! - AHOY CD 136). Click here for more

 

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