The Exploited Don't Forget The Chaos
- Released: October 15, 2002
- Originally Released: 2002
- Label: Cleopatra
Description by OLDIES.com:
The Exploited live at Leeds in 1983, featuring two 1984 studio tracks!
- 1.Race Against Time (Studio '84)
- 2.Propaganda (Studio '84)
- 3.God Saved The Queen
- 4.Dead Cities
- 5.UK '82
- 6.Rival Leaders
- 7.Cop Cars
- 9.Sex & Violence
- 10.Exploited Barny Army
- 11.Army Life
- 15.Jimmy Boyle
- 16.Punk's Not Dead
- 17.Dogs Of War
- 18.Let's Start A War
The Exploited: Wattie (vocals); Gary McCormick (guitar); Big John Duncan (bass); Dru Stix (drums).
Recorded between 1983 & 1984. Includes liner notes by Shane Baldwin.
Liner Note Author: Shane Baldwin.
Recording information: Leeds (??/1983-11/1984); Yard (??/1983-11/1984).
The Exploited remain a battered but unbowed street punk tradition. Together (with various lineups) for decades, the band has given angry voice to the U.K.'s disenfranchised working poor, and traces of their rusty buzz saw sound can be heard in huge acts throughout the worlds of punk and metal such as Slayer, Rancid, and Metallica. A reissue of their 1992 (mostly) live album, DON'T FORGET THE CHAOS captures all of the madness and fury of the band in their obnoxious prime, between 1983 and '84. The lo-fi live quality of the recording fits the raw blasts of noise like a worn leather coat, and classic anti-authority rants such as "Let's Start a War," "Anarchy," and "Punk's Not Dead" sound as they should without glossy production or unnecessary adornment. Listeners who aren't used to uncompromising street punk may not know what to do with DON'T FORGET THE CHAOS, but fans will treasure this deluxe addition of an essential punk document.
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