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Death Without Warning - Social Disease - Utter Nutter


1982
Label: Not On Label - none • Format: Cassette Single Sided • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Glam
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I bought this record on a lark at Death Without Warning - Social Disease - Utter Nutter record fair around '91 or so and had the cover painted on the back of my leather jacket for years after. This is such an amazing record and deserves the hype! I went to college with Drakes and bought a copy of the e. I then gave my copy of this to him as a wedding present some ten years later as he did not have a copy.

This is such a strong record. Odd that it hasn't been reissued yet, but I guess it is only a matter of time I wouldn't be surprised if Vomito Punk decided to do it. What would punk-rock be without Bristol? Now, that's a tough one to answer, but "cider-free" was one of the first things that come to my mind.

And what would it sound like? Duller, quite probably, as this city strikes me as having a seemingly endless supply of punk snot. One things is certain: a parallel dimension where Chaos UK, Disorder and Amebix would never have existed does not sound worth visiting. Posted by The Earslaughterers at Labels:EnglandEpUK The Earslaughterers 11 January at Unknown 11 January at Daniel Morgan 11 January at Fat Matt 9 December at The Earslaughterers 11 December Spicy Snapper - Ian Pooley - Since Then. Newer Post Older Post Home.

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Meanwhile, the unpublished work of this writer, who is dying, is America's spiritual loss. In the same way America lost Stephen Crane and Harris Merton Lyon and many another, and is losing its best writers to Europe every day.