Attak - Today’s Generation E.P.

Attak - Today’s Generation E.P.

Original Release Date

1982

Release Information

UK 7" 1982 (No Future - Oi 7)

1 Today's Generation 1:55
2 Hell 2:15
3 No Escape 1:21

Chart Placings

Indie Hit: 15, 8 wks

Credits

Produced & recorded at Hologram Studios, Stockport by Tim Harris

Additional Credits

Gary - vocals, guitar
Chad - bass
Lindsay - drums

Reviews & Opinions

GARRY BUSHELL, SOUNDS, APRIL 1982: What experts call a bona fide lotta bottle sore-throat stormer, or indeed, a ferocious generation war cry. Hulk-like opening chords flex mighty muscles as they surge inexorably into the meat and two veg of the song proper.

JEFF BALE, MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL #1, JULY 1982: Representative English punk circa 1982, with gruff Oi-influenced vocals grafted onto a typical punk background. "No Escape" is fucking hot, the rest merely ordinary.

PUNKY GIBBON: The title cut is the best thing this band ever did, although whether that's down to the raunchy production and Gary's snarling, impassioned growl or the song itself is a matter for debate, although 'Today's Generation' was probably their best song too. The other cuts are much worse, 'Hell' plodding miserably and 'No Escape' battling it out with a curious production which puts the vocals well and truly to the fore.

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