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Machine Gun Etiquette (colored vinyl)

LP (Item 599659) Chiswick/Drastic Plastic, 1979 — Condition: New Copy
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A caterwauling work of genius from The Damned – a set that arrived too late to ride anything left of the first wave of infamy from Brit punk – and 2 years after the strange misfire that was the Music For Pleasure LP – yet Machine Gun Etiquette is nearly as pleasing as their debut! Loads of hard charging, buzzingly primitive guitar rage, and oddly tuneful bits of keyboards and wavering aural elements. Titles include "Love Song", "Machine Gun Etiquette", "I Just Can't Be Happy Today", "Melody Lee", "Antipope", "Plan 9 Channel 7", "Noise Noise Noise", "Liar", "Smash It Up" and more. (Numbered limited edition opaque red colored vinyl.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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