2002 UK Subs album and without doubt it is their best in many years. Flying the punk rock flag since the late '70s, Charlie and the boys are currently high profile due to appearances in the music press celebrating the twenty fifth anniversary of 1977. Tracks include 'Third World England', 'Don't Blame Islam' and thirteen other cuts of pure punk heaven. It doesn't get more real than this. A must for fans old and new alike.
Twenty seven track round up of studio rarities covering the entire 21 year career of the UK Subs from early singles like "Warhead" and "Tomorrow's Girls" right through to 1997s American only single "Betrayal". The detailed twelve page booklet contains full track by track liner notes and an exhaustive discography.
In their attempt to release an album for every letter of the alphabet UK Subs finally reach the letter R. One of punk's longest lasting outfits. Classic line-up of Harper/Gibbs/Garrett who were at the forefront of the punk scene from the beginning. Charlie and the boys are a Freak Emporium punk fave.
Julien Temple's wartime documentary parody 'Punk Can Take It', a 1979 theatrically released promo for the UK Subs, complete with narration by BBC voice-over veteran JOHN SNAGGE, paints a glorious picture of England in a punk rock 'identity crisis'.At this time punk morale was higher than ever.NTSC Region 0 Disc.
23 storming tracks, recorded at breakneck speed in Holland. This has to be heard, if only for the contagious excitement of the crowd as they shout along to every chorus. The sound of classic British Punk taking no prisoners.. Absolutely unmissable!! Includes 'Endangered Species', 'Police State' and 'Left For Dead'.
The band's tenth official studio album gets the Captain Oi! treatment and now comes on CD for the first time in it's original album sleeve artwork. Includes the Indie Chart hit 'Hey Santa' plus the rare 'Motivator' EP as bonus tracks. The booklet contains details about the band at the time.
The eighth album by the evergreen UK Subs, first issued in 1986 by RFB Records. Includes the classics "Rock N Roll Savage" and "SK8 Tough", both still part of the band's live set to this day. Also features as a bonus the "This Gun Says" single plus all four live tracks from the ultra rare "In Holland" EP.
First issued in 1981 and a British National Chart No 18, this was the Subs' fourth album and it now comes with deluxe packaging. Eight bonus tracks (including Charlie Harper's rare 'Barmy London Army' 45) are included alongside the hit singles 'Party In Paris' and 'Keep On Runnin'. Sixteen page booklet contains original artwork, liner notes by the band, full lyrics and rare pictures.
The third album from Britain's most unrepentant flagwavers of full on punk-rock culture (although leader Charlie Harper was born in 1943 and was playing R'N'B for 15 years before the revolution), containing tracks such as 'Confrontation' 'Collision Cult' 'New Order' and the single 'Party In Paris' which would be their last UK chart entry for some time. Beautiful RED vinyl edition recereating the original print.
A massive return for the 1996 20th anniversary of the UK SUBS, now re-issued for their 30th anniversary. Both albums (Quintessentials and Riot) together in a Deluxe silver digipak. Fast, well-produced 1977-style UK punk at it's very best.
The UK Subs' most successful chart album (it reached number 8 in 1980) finally gets a CD release. Four bonus cuts from the "For Export Only" 12" have been added to give twenty four slices of the finest in punk rock. As Charlie says "It's a Friday night, & we've gotta have some fun tonight..."
Beautiful vinyl reissue of second album from Charlie Harper's renegade punk posse, originally released on GEMS in 1980. More melodic than the seminal debut 'Another Kind Of Blues', this was nevertheless still a full-on punk rock assault that laid the foundations for two ensuing decades of UKHC, containing 'Warhead', 'Barbie's Dead' 'Teenage' and the title track itself- all songs which no self respecting punk lover can be without.
Don’t miss this classic piece of punk rock history, the UK Subs 1979 debut LP featuring anthems of British punk like their first single "Stranglehold" (which sold 75,000 copies and hit no.26 in the British pop charts in 1979).
The UK Subs' brilliant second album gets the full treatment; ten bonus cuts, original artwork, lyrics, liner notes by Nicky Garratt, what more could you ask for? Includes 'She's Not There', 'Teenage' and 'Warhead'. Great stuff.
The Subs' sixth studio album featuring Seven bonus tracks, including 'Another Typical City', have been added along with in-depth liner notes about the band at the time of it's original release in 1983. Features the complete studio recordings of the Charlie Harper/Captain Scarlet/Steve Slack/Steve J. Jones version of the band.
This 21 track collection, which includes the UK hit singles "Stranglehold" (No. 26), "Tomorrow's Girls" (No. 28), "Warhead" (No. 30) and "Party In Paris" (No. 37), gathers together all of the band's A sides plus two tracks apiece from frontman Charlie Harper and spin-off band The Urban Dogs. One of Anagram's most important releases.
At last a CD release in its own right and in its original sleeve. This was the Subs' fifth album and features the classic line up of Charlie Harper, Nicky Garratt, Alvin Gibbs and Steve Roberts. Four rare bonus tracks have been added whilst the booklet comes complete with lyrics and detailed liner notes about the album. Includes "Down On The Farm" as covered(badly) by Guns n Roses.
Official CD release for the UK Subs' first ever album which reached number 21 in 1979. Includes the hit singles "Stranglehold" and "Tomorrow's Girls" plus the "CID" 45. The twenty six cuts include nine bonus tracks whilst the booklet features original artwork, lyrics to all the songs and liner notes by guitarist Nicky Garratt.
A forty six track, double CD covering The UK Subs most succesful period in the late 1970's. Included here are their seven top forty UK hits, proving that not all chart music needed smooth edges to succeed. Includes "CID"/"Tomorrows Girls"/ "Warhead"/ "Stranglehold" Compilation and sleevenotes by Alan Parker.
Collection of sessions recorded by the classic UK Subs lineup of Harper, Garrett and Roberts unavailable in Europe before. Includes two new tracks "Teroristos" and "Philips Environment" from their South African tour in 2001, never before released on CD. Fourteen tracks of classic Subs, you may be surprised to find such a cohesive piece of work considering it was made over a fifteen year period and features three different drummers! Includes: "Self Destruct", "Limo Life", "Postcard From L.A" and "Beer Police"
Never before released live gig from September 1982, featuring the classic line up of Harper, Garratt and Gibbs. Coming from German TV, this was filmed at the legendary Beat Club and features sixteen tracks (plus two bonus tracks from 2000 reunion tour) including "C.I.D", New Barbarians", "Emotional Blackmail" and "Police State." Includes photo gallery and liner notes written by Nicky Garrett. Rating:15/Main feature:45 mins approx/ DVD PAL/Region 0.
Digi pack release for the UK Subs' first ever album which reached number 21 in 1979. Includes the hit singles "Stranglehold" and "Tomorrow's Girls" plus the "CID" 45. The twenty six cuts include nine bonus tracks whilst the booklet features original artwork, lyrics to all the songs and liner notes by guitarist Nicky Garratt. Bonus track include: "Scum Of The Earth", "Stranglehold (single version)" and "Telephone Numbers."