Various - White Dopes On Punk album flac
|1-1||–The Damned||New Rose|
|1-2||–The Adverts||One Chord Wonders (Live)|
|1-3||–Sham 69||(There's Gonna Be A) Borstal Breakout|
|1-5||–John Cooper Clarke||Innocents|
|1-6||–Eddie Mooney And The Grave*||I Bought Three Eggs|
|1-7||–The Distractions||It Doesn't Bother Me|
|1-8||–Tin Openers*||Set Me Free|
|1-9||–The Out||Who Is Innocent?|
|1-10||–Cyanide||I'm A Boy|
|1-11||–Toy Dolls||Tommy Kowey's Car|
|1-12||–Gyro||Central Detention Centre|
|1-14||–Speed||She's All There|
|1-15||–V2||Man In A Box|
|1-16||–Victim||Why Are Fire Engines Red?|
|1-17||–I.Q.Zero*||She's So Rare|
|1-18||–The Frantic Elevators||Voice In The Dark|
|1-19||–Deaf School||All Queued Up|
|1-20||–Dead Fingers Talk||Can't Think Straight|
|1-21||–Slaughter & The Dogs*||Cranked Up Really High|
|1-23||–Chelsea||Right To Work|
|1-24||–The Teardrops||Seeing Double|
|1-25||–Alberto Y Lost Trios Paranoias||Anarchy In The UK|
|2-1||–The Nosebleeds||Ain't Bin To No Music School|
|2-2||–The Water Pistols||Gimme That Punk Junk|
|2-3||–Punkettes*||Going Out Viva Punk|
|2-6||–Steroid Kiddies||Seaside Teaser|
|2-7||–Horrorcomic||I'm All Hung Up On Pierrepoint|
|2-8||–The Frantic Elevators||Hunchback Of Notre Dame|
|2-9||–UK Subs||I Live In A Car (Live)|
|2-10||–Norman & The Hooligans*||I'm A Punk|
|2-11||–Matt Black & The Doodlebugs||Punky Xmas|
|2-12||–Jilted John||Jilted John|
|2-13||–Ed Banger||Kinnel Tommy|
|2-14||–Pathetix*||Love In Decay|
|2-15||–Private Sector||Just Wanna Stay Free|
|2-17||–Fabulous Poodles, The*||Convent Girls|
|2-18||–Toy Dolls||She Goes To Finos|
|2-19||–Lucy||Really Got Me Going|
|2-22||–Direct Hits||Back To The Sixties|
|2-23||–Public Skool||Walking The Rat|
|2-25||–Ritchie Hale & The Stormers||Punkski|
|2-26||–Alberto Y Lost Trios Paranoias||Fuck You|
NotesAll Tracks - 1976-1979 (Various Lables)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5050159199822
- Label Code: LC 6448
- Rights Society: MCPS
|none||Various||White Dopes On Punk (2xCass, Comp, Unofficial)||Not On Label||none||Russia||2005|
White Dopes on Punk: 50 Punk Nuggets and New Wave Rarities.
This is the second of a series of 20 videos that I'm trying to make based on a rare German CD titled "Punk & Wave Vo. The No Future Generation" released in 1994, which is a compilation album of Protopunk, Punk-Rock, New Wave and .
Features Song Lyrics for Jilted John's White Dopes on Punk album.
Текст песни: Teenage had a race for the night time Spent my cash on every high I could find Wasted time in every school in .
Various – White Dopes On Punk. Label: Castle Music – CMQ DD 998. Format: 2 CD, Compilation. Norman & The Hooligans. Matt Black & The Doodlebugs.
1. The Damned - New Rose. 2. The Adverts - One Chord Wonders. 3. Sham 69 - Borstal Breakout.
You can argue the world needs another punk compilation like you need a Doc Marten kicking a hole in your head, but White Dopes on Punk is a cut above the average, focusing solely on the . scene of the mid-to-late '70s but forgoing most of the usual suspects (. the Sex Pistols and the Clash) to create.
CMQDD 998 Genre: Punk, New Wave You can argue the world needs another punk compilation like you need a Doc Marten kicking a hole in your head, but White Dopes on Punk is a cut above the average, focusing solely on the . the Sex Pistols and the Clash) to create an atypically warts-and-all snapshot of a singular moment in time. VA - White Dopes on Punk: 50 Punk Nuggets and New Wave Rarities (2005). Date: 8 Sep 2013 20:12:50.
WhitePunkOnDope Lyrics. Back again with somethin' new to hate Back with another style to take These labels runnin' outta ideas quick So they studying my moves, but they won't find shit Back again with somethin' new to hate Back with another style to take These labels runnin' outta ideas quick So they studying my moves, but they won't find shit.
White Punks on Dope", abbreviated as "WPOD", is a 1975 song by San Francisco-based rock group The Tubes from their debut, eponymous album, produced by Al Kooper. The song was written by the band's dual lead guitarists, Bill Spooner and Roger Steen with Michael Evans (later a sales manager at Ingram Entertainment and VP at Sony Pictures). It has been called absurd anthem of wretched excess, ridiculing the rich and famous offspring of Hollywood elite