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a) great big hairdos
b) greasy butt holes
c) grievous bodily harm
d) a punk band formed in 1978 in Birmingham, England
e) all of the above
I've heard GBH fans talk down about this LP saying things like "they went too metal", "the production sucks", or "they overdid the double bass pedal". I respond with "if you're gonna complain about something, how about that lame cover art - that is just sad next to the cover art for their previous five studio LPs". For these ears, the album has always rocked and always will. It's sonic bliss through and through and I say forget the haters. It's not my favorite of their LPs, but it comes damn close.
Year of Release: 1990 Label: Globus International, Rough Justice Catalog #: 21 0054-1 311 Genre: Punk Media: Vinyl Format: MP3 Bitrate: 320 kbps
A1 New Decade 3:04
A2 Trust Me I'm A Doctor 3:12
A3 B.M.T. 3:37
A4 Mass Production 3:03
A5 The Old School Of Self-Destruction 3:12
A6 You Don't Do Enough 3:03
B1 From Here To Reality 3:56
B2 Dirty Too Long 2:37
B3 Destroy 2:01
B4 Just In Time For The Epilogue 3:41
B5 Don't Leave Your Honey Down The Pits 3:46
B6 Moonshine Song 3:32