Undead - Violent Visions

Undead - Violent Visions

Original Release Date

1982

Release Information

UK 7" 1982 (Riot City - RIOT 15)

A Living Side
1 This Place Is Burning 3:24
AA Dead Side
2 Dead Revolution 2:43

Chart Placings

None

Credits

None

Additional Credits

Al Scarlett - vocals
Phil Sick - lead guitar
Sid - rhythm guitar
Dick - bass
Martin - drums

Reviews & Opinions

GENE OCTOBER, MELODY MAKER, 1982: Hey punks! Do you remember The Models and an excellent 45 called 'Freeze' and 'Man Of The Year'? Then, wow! We have just as good a 45 from the Undead: 'Dead Revolution' (the "dead side"). Bristol punks come up with yet another bloody good band. I'd like to see them.

JEFF BALE, MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL, NOVEMBER 1982: Well-recorded English punk. The guitars are loud and the sound is heavy, but the material is just too typical to sustain interest. Ho-hum.

PUNKY GIBBON: A marked improvement on their debut 45, although mainly due to much better production and a faster pace rather than any major advance in songwriting skills. 'Dead Revolution' has some nice lead guitar runs and a catchy chorus, but the speedy 'This Place Is Burning' comes closer to generating excitement.

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