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Machine Gun Etiquette

The Damned

1979

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Machine Gun Etiquette
Album Summary

Machine Gun Etiquette is the third studio album by English punk rock band the Damned. It was released on 2 November 1979 by Chiswick Records. The album was the group's first since reforming with a new lineup of previous members Dave Vanian on vocals, Captain Sensible on lead guitar, Rat Scabies on drums, plus newcomer Algy Ward of heavy metal band Tank on bass guitar on his only album with the band. On Machine Gun Etiquette, the band brought more variety to their usual punk rock to add wide-ranging influences from hard rock and heavy metal to psychedelic rock, a tinge of progressive rock and even classic rhythm and blues. The album also features more fast-paced punk tracks, and has been cited as a 'proto-hardcore' record crucial for the later rise of hardcore punk into the 1980s.

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3.15

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Tue Jan 31 2023
5

What a record - I felt paralyzed during the entire run! The instrumentation is great, it’s bursting with humor and energy.. And then it’s catchier than the songs most hit-songwriters could even dream of composing. This is everything I want in a punk record.

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Sun Aug 22 2021
4

A joyful, fun, punky album that is light on anger and heavy on messin' around. Some good guitar work. As with all excellent albums it's way too short.

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Wed Mar 01 2023
5

This is certainly one for my mental list of "Bands I've heard of but never really listened to before now, and now I regret only now listening to them for the first time." Holy cow what a good album this was. A much needed proto-hardcore punk rush that made my whole day. Rowdy, raw, unrelenting, with a nice mix of weirdness and psychedelia. I liked this one a lot, and I wish I'd given The Damned a proper listen sooner. Favourite: Love Song

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Sat Jan 28 2023
5

Pretty damn fun punk album. 4.5 but rounded up instead of down. Lots if great energy meaningful lyrics, and a kinetic pace.

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Wed Sep 08 2021
4

This is just about as good a punk album as you will ever hear. It’s ramshackle, rowdy and great fun to listen to, with plenty of tongue in cheek attitude to boot. Dave Vanian's proto-gothic vocal style is really rich and unique, elevating the songs quality-wise to a point where most other punk singers can’t compete. Stylistically, they're all over the place here, with some classic punk sounds laced with all manner of musical styles and a real pop sensibility as well. The band is more musically talented than a lot of their peers, with Captain Sensible in particular serving up some solid guitar work. Also, the band is clearly having fun and doesn’t take itself too seriously. You’ve got to admire that. Fave Songs: Plan 9 Channel 7, Love Song, Machine Gun Etiquette, I Just Can't Be Happy Today

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Thu Mar 11 2021
5

Omg. Best 2 days in a row ever. Very close to my favourite Damned record. Maybe even my favourite.

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Sat Jul 10 2021
5

Great early punk album! Might have to revisit classic British punk...

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Thu Jan 19 2023
5

This is the perfect punk album, at least for me. I found it late, to be honest; however, that allowed me to appreciate and value it better. The track list is all killer, no filler. I’m not gonna lie, these hooks are tattooed in my brain: you can find me mumbling “I just can’t be happy today” a Monday morning, whistling Antipope, or telling my wife “this is for you, it’s a love song”. Captain Sensible is a great character, the Damned a punk powerhouse, this album one of the best things ever recorded. The only thing I could ask is the option of giving not 5 stars, but a hundred.

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Tue Jan 24 2023
5

GREAT punk album!!! Everything I love about punk condensed into about half an hour. Pure charm, high energy, and hypnotic melodies, I just love it all. Faves: Love Song, Machine Gun Etiquette, I Just Can’t Be Happy Today, Plan 9 Channel 7, Noise, Noise, Noise

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Fri Mar 03 2023
5

Godamn and fuck yeah! Why have I never heard this before? Most excellent of punk rock.

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Thu Sep 30 2021
4

This album is a microcosm of the history of punk to 1979. There are more traditional punk songs, as well as songs that are clearly incorporating post-punk and new wave sounds. I found this album to be accessible and interesting while providing that sonic link from punk to what it evolved into. The musicianship was much better than a typical British punk band while retaining the lyrical force that typifies that music.

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Sat Jan 28 2023
4

Right from that opening bass line and drum fill on "Love Song" you can hear how this is moving towards hardcore. I definitely prefer more omnivorous punk like this that draws from a wider range of influences.

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Sun Sep 05 2021
5

A masterpiece. I cannot describe what I feel while listening to "Love Song" - I'm not often so deeply moved by any song. Vanian's voice - absolutely exeptional.

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Thu Sep 30 2021
5

I LOVE the Damned. That punk rumbling bass opener of "Love Song" crashing into the lo-fi hi-hat heavy drums! Even back in 1979 they have a synth/prgan and proto goth sound on "I just can't be happy today" "These Hands" - no one likes circus music Dave Vanian's voice is magic on "Plan 9 Channel 7" I prefer Damned Damned Damned - I just noticed that its not on this list... wonder why.

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Wed Oct 13 2021
5

The third album of The Damned. Great and fast proto-hardcore punk influenced with some different musical genres and styles.

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Fri May 06 2022
5

This album was a fun listen! “Love Song” was full of clever lyrics with a pretty nice, down to earth sentiment of love at the end. I love the retro keyboard sound in songs like “I Just Can’t Be Happy Today.” It contrasted with the lovely piano opening “Melody Lee,” which then erupts into a poppypunk guitar-driven confection that one might mosh to. \“Anti-Pope” takes down religion with some pretty direct criticism delivered in a surprising affable way. The carousel-driven “These Hands” is certainly a dark take on a circus clown. I need this for my halloween playlist… There’s a lot of talent in this group that elevates this music a bit, and they embrace variety which gives most of the songs a distinct sound while still cohering as a whole. Loved it!

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Fri May 06 2022
5

It starts with a charming, "Ladies and Gentlemen. How do?" And then we quickly get all the volume and speed I expect from British punk rockers but with lots of unexpected and delightful moments throughout. Tuneful melodies are discernible from one song to the next. I Just Can't Be Happy Today has some incredible drum fills and ironically happy handclaps. Melody Lee starts with a piano introduction that could easily have come from an Elton John track. These Hands is one of those scary circus calliope deals. Lots of fun variety that is more than just Noise, Noise, Noise. Loved it!

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Wed May 18 2022
5

5/5. A blast of a record. Very dynamic, ahead of the curve, and an interesting snapshot of a unique turning point of the band

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Mon Jan 30 2023
5

9/10 really love a good punk album, and this was a good punk album 👍

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Tue Mar 21 2023
5

This album should be *far more famous*. Released only two years after the punk explosion, it predicted everything from post-punk to goth and melodic hardcore punk--not to mention that later craze about killer clowns, lol ("These Hands"). But it's not the only reason *Machine Gun Etiquette* should be remembered today. Its melodies and energy are infectious, its instrumentation is far more sophisticated than it seems at first glance (the organ flourishes are particularly effective and original), and the tunes are catchy as fuck. So it's not so much how ahead of the curve this amazing LP was that makes it a great listen today. It's how damn good it is, period. Each song has something different to offer, even if the overall picture stays cohesive. *Machine Gun Etiquette" is a very *driven* record, to say the least: I tried to find a weak track in it but I couldn't. Hence why I give this one a 5. "Love Song" sounds like The Pogues on steroids, "I Just Can't Be Happy Today" is both weird and wonderful, and the long version of "Smash It Up" at the end of the album crowns everything like the definitive Damned statement that it is. And then, there are all the other cuts, some of them short and biting, others longer and mesmerizing. This record is a gem, enough said. Number of albums left to review: 623 Number of albums from the list I find relevant enough to be mandatory listens: 186 (including this one) Albums from the list I *might* include in mine later on: 85 Albums from the list I will certainly *not* include in mine (many others are more essential to me): 113

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Wed Apr 05 2023
5

Fkn solid heavy guitar music right here

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Wed Apr 05 2023
5

I never really listed to The Damned as a kid, beyond the stuff that got into the charts (which is tainted by Sensible's solo stuff). They were never played on the Friday Rock Show I guess - the punk label would have made that impossible. Which is odd of course: there's so many echos of bands like Motorhead here; even a touch of Iron Maiden in places. So this was a first listen. I like it. Love Song, Anti-Pope, Plan 9 Channel 7 and Smash It Up are all decent, and despite the oddness in places (better left to the likes of Half Man Half Biscuit) there's no real weakness here (perhaps These Hands?). Some good work all round, and a rhythm section that drives everything forward throughout. I'd listen to this again and it's made me want to explore more of The Damned and related bands. It's probably a 4.5, but, fuck it, I'll give it a 5.

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Wed May 10 2023
5

I love this album. It's an essential punk album. I still can't listen to the title track without shouting "Second Time Around!" every time. It's so simple, yet executed so well. Even my young children were singing along to Smash It Up. To be fair, they are toddlers and imitate me frequently AND love making messes. It's such a great album. Damned Damned Damned deserves to be on this list too. It better be.

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Tue Aug 22 2023
5

Not sure why the government is investing in nuclear reactors when this album has enough energy to power the country.

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Wed Dec 16 2020
4

Although they didn't have as much of an impact as either the Sex Pistols or the Clash, this album shows that the Damned should not be overlooked. On this album, they provide a lot of the building blocks that would soon be adopted by the US hardcore punk scene. There are some great tunes here. Not an out-and-out classic, in my opinion, but showed that there was life in the core punk sound when many of their peers were moving on to post-punk/new wave.

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Fri Oct 09 2020
4

Pretty fucking good. Weird. Some psychedelic touches (particularly in the key parts) that give it an almost new wave/post punk flavour.

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Wed Oct 13 2021
4

Punk with enough psych, pop-ish hook, humor, and rhythm variety to keep this softy/punk-poseur on board for the entire 30 minutes. That was great. Whoever picked up the bass on Anti-Pope is great. No trace of whining. They even do a the British baroque carnival organ nightmare thing tolerably for a track. Tempted to give a 5 but I gave The Doors a 4 and now nothing is calibrated. A-

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Wed May 11 2022
4

The Damned, one of the original punk bands at the inception of the genre, aims to go faster and louder with their third record. This sound has markings of the upcoming hardcore punk subgenre of the 80's, but for now we're in a sort of punk limbo. Most of this is really great. Just definitive punk all throughout, save for the strange "These Hands" at the end of side A. I'm a big fan of punk anyway so I was bound to like it anyway.

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Thu Dec 15 2022
4

I didn't think the Damned could record a better album than their debut, Damned Damned Damned, but Machine Gun Etiquette comes close. It takes the energetic raw punk sound of the debut and it expands it with more depth and musical exploration. The songs are solid and overall the record is more consistent. If compared to their previous record, Music for Pleasure, it's a huge improvement and MGE brings back the pleasure in the music for Damned fans.

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Tue Feb 14 2023
4

Never listened to the Damned before. This was fun. Kinda traditional punk spread over a variety of music styles. The mission is surprisingly good. The recording is shit. Overall a really good time.

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Mon Feb 20 2023
4

Great album, packed full of memorable songs and demonstrating what good musicians the Damned are. The album starts strongly with Love Song, Just Can't Be Happy Today and ends strongly with Smash It Up but most of the other tracks hold up well too

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Mon Feb 27 2023
4

This album was a ride. Just when you think you've got it figured out, they switch up styles on you, and they're proficient in all of them. Good stuff. Best track: Smash It Up

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Tue Feb 28 2023
4

Now I'm sad I haven't been listening to The Damned more all these years...

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Sat Mar 04 2023
4

Good punk album, enjoyed Anti-Pope, Love Song and a few others for their lyrics and straight-forward punk style.

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Mon Mar 06 2023
4

I was introduced to this band/album by the podcast No Dogs in Space, and if you liked this album, I'd really recommend their series on the Damned. This is such a fun album. It's still full-on early punk in terms of the majority of its sound, but other influences are clearly creeping in, especially as the album goes on. In that sense, the album seems like a harbinger of the post punk movement. Overall, it just a lot of fun. Very high energy, pretty lighthearted songs that still manage to be subversive. It flies by too 4/5

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Fri Mar 17 2023
4

I guess that in almost 600 albums, this is one of the first albums that I recognize as a punk album in essence (musically, lyrically, attitude, etc.), without any unnecessary extra (like it happens with many post-punk or hardcore jazz, for example). I liked it very much, and I should check more stuff from The Damned!

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Tue Apr 25 2023
4

Once again a band I've not heard before. Great album though.

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Wed May 03 2023
4

Feels like some of these songs could be in any Tony Hawk game. Some of the songs had weird jumps in tempo that were honestly a little confusing -- I had to check my phone to make sure the song didn't skip. There are a handful of songs that are definitely poppy, I'm surprised I have never heard any before. I'm still trying to put my finger on what makes music punk. I did enjoy this album more than most other punk albums we have gotten, especially 70's and 80's British punk. I oftentimes can't hear different accents when people sing in English; this is not one of those cases. It sounds like they are pretending to be Bri'ish. Bonus points for names like Captain Sensible and Rat Scabies. I enjoyed listening to this album. It feels like a stretch to give it a 4, but I'm gonna do it.

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Wed May 10 2023
3

That opening bass line... Gave me chills. Listening to this album makes me feel like a college student on a Cali boardwalk in the early 90s. It's just tough for me to be in the mood for punk or find an environment where I listen to punk except at a live show.

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Tue Nov 29 2022
2

Heavy punk, a little bit more polished and poppy than I think the band intended it to be. Better musicianship than I typically associate with punk from this era, the guitar player sounded like he knew more about how to play the guitar than he should have to be a part of this band. This will definitely be both my first and last time listening to this album.

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Tue Apr 20 2021
5

Hell yea. This is so good. Noise, Noise, Noise is a great tune. I love this landmark statement of British punk rock.

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Fri Dec 24 2021
5

Very cool old-school Punk Rock

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Mon Jan 30 2023
5

Leuke punk, gevarieerd, goede gitaren

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Sun Mar 12 2023
5

Rechttoe rechtaan punk. Just the way i like it. Short songs that are loud, fast but also variated in melody, so they dont het full at any time. Great Discover. I knew already a few songs of them, but none of this album.

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Tue Mar 21 2023
5

Ich fands sehr gut. Catchy hooks, gute instrumentals dazwischen und durchgängig aufregend. Light 9/10

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Mon Apr 24 2023
5

Another punk masterclass. Not enough good things to say about this album, so I won't try.

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Wed May 31 2023
5

Listened to this one a couple weeks ago--near perfect classic punk album. 4.5/5

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Tue Jun 27 2023
5

First (and 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th) listen. And what a discovery this has been. What a classic, and an album that has stood the test of time. It already starts with the jumpy "Love Song" after being completely overwhelmed by the title track. And then one after another a rare amount of quality tracks come past. Sometimes incredibly catchy, sometimes with the feel to pogo your heart out and even when they take some speed back the songs are superb. This is my introduction to the Damned and are now going to dive into their discography.

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Mon Jul 10 2023
5

I love punk music but it can usually get kind of boring on an album. But I really felt like this one told a musical story, like there was tension and everything

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Thu Jul 13 2023
5

"Machine Gun Etiquette" is the third studio album by English punk band The Damned. It was their first since reforming with Dave Vanian (vocals), Captain Sensible (guitar) , Rat Scabies (drums) and Algy Ward (bass and his only album with the band). The album added more variety to their punk rock with hard rock, heavy metal, pyschedelic rock, prog and 60's R&B. A fairly apt and interesting description is The Beach Boys meets Motörhead with T. Rex and Judas Priest thrown in. It is considered prototypical hardcore punk that would be more prevalent later in the 80's. A guy saying : Ladies and gentlemen, how do" opens "Love Song." A chaotic open and a Lemmy-like drving bass. It thrusts into punk with a melodic guitar. An anti-love song love song as Vanian is basically saying well, here's your love song. "I Just Can't Be Happy Today" has wobbly guitar/keyboards. This is very 60's pyschedelic rock sounding. And, we get a keyboard/organ solo. A dramatic guitar starts "Plan 9 Channel 7." It's a song about a 50's horror movie of the same name and considered one of the worst movies of all time and it's main character Vampira. Layered guitars, pyschedelic pop and it's danceable. Dual guitar solos with underlying keyboards end the song. Quite the trip. They cover The MC5's "Look at You" and give a fusion of punk and jam band. They really kick it in at the end. The final song "Smash It Up (Parts 1 &2)" is slow with a melodic guitar and bass. Hey, they out-cured mid-to-late 80's The Cure. A pop-ish chorus and an organ. Smashing up societal ideals. This album is drving music with all instruments full throttle most of the time. Just fantastic guitar by Captain Sensible. It's punk at heart but adds variety and is very 60's sounding at times. A high recommendation and if not their best, right there.

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Fri Jul 28 2023
5

A witty and joyous riot of perfect punk

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Sun Jul 30 2023
5

Theory: after the first wave of Year Zero albums: Never Mind TB, The Clash, In The City, Rattus Norvegicus - and here Damned Damned Damned - bands took stock with their second album of more punk (interestingly in the case of The Jam and The Clash the second albums were probably the worst ones of their career) before with their third - London Calling, All Mod Cons, Black and White - and here Machine Gun Etiquette - laying out a post-punk musical template that would see out their careers. In the case of the Damned it's as a fizzy, late sixties psychedelic power-pop combo heavy on the organ and melding this with a bit of glam and garage. This album is virtually a greatest hits collection in itself and the one essential Damned album.

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Tue Aug 01 2023
5

Re The Damned: I like several of their other albums (especially Phantasmagoria) but this album is clearly their best, strong songwriting throughout, a clear classic.

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Fri Aug 25 2023
5

A damned good album from The Damned. Plus it has Smash It Up on it.

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Thu Aug 31 2023
5

a timeless classic and a huge leap forward out of the creative ferment of punk

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Fri Sep 01 2023
5

This might be The Damned best British punk album ever made. Damn near close to it. Perfect in what it does. Punk rock to its atomic structure. Cited, rightfully as one of the genres most excellent.

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Wed Sep 20 2023
5

Wow, this album slaps. The whole thing is an absolutely fire punk album. I'm surprised I'd never heard of this before, but this is really good British punk, and also coming right off of a Clash album. Big fan of this and it will be entering regular rotation.

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Sat Sep 23 2023
5

A surprisingly great album, short and to the point. Will listen again

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Sat Oct 07 2023
5

Awesome, like a punk jam band. 5 stars.

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Mon Oct 09 2023
5

Super dope album! I love how playful it is instead of being just straight forward old school punk the whole way through. It's not perfect, but it does hit like a 4.5/5 for me.

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Sun Oct 29 2023
5

4.5ish The album felt younger than it was, and I’m always a sucker for some good and heavy guitar. It was also a lot of fun and had a lot of variety. Some transitions were a little awkward, which I think works well for punk. The only parts of this album I didn’t like were the ones that felt a little more kitschy than camp (the clown song and another that sounded a little 60s to me) and when some of the songs faded out in contrast to the ones that jumped from one to another, which I thought brought the energy of such an lively album down in ways that didn’t feel wholly organic.

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Thu Nov 02 2023
5

Hell yeah. It's just really really good. Familiar but surprising. Nice touches.

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Thu Nov 09 2023
5

Goth, pop, punk, post-punk, and a sense of humor. This album is rocking and rollicking, driving and fast. As listenable today as when it was released. Pioneers in multiple styles and scenes. Great listen!

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Sun Dec 03 2023
5

After hearing the Sex Pistols when I was a teenager I wrote of all punk rock. I wish I had heard this album back then in 1977 because I really like this. Today I also listened to The Black Album and it is also great. While the Pistols were simple straightforward verses, The Damned hav fully developed verses, choruses and Bruges and their vocal harmonies are fantastic. This is for me thinking man’s punk.

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Mon Dec 04 2023
5

This checks a lot of boxes for me. Punk stylings without being too antiestablishment or simplistic. Great playing (especially the percussion), and concise while still developing its ideas.

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Sat Dec 09 2023
5

This is everything I want from a punk album. It's fun, clever, and unrelentingly energetic. They take on and throw away elements of a dozen genres with abandon but manage every bit of it with skill and ease. This was straight fire and I was sad when it was done. So I hit play again and did the whole thing over.

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Thu Dec 14 2023
5

Absolutely loved this. Each direction in here hit all my rock spots I was looking to have hit. And each one is done excellently. Honestly, I wasn't sure I ever understood the term "proto" until I heard this album. I really enjoyed this journey quite a bit, and will certainly be incorporating this to the rotation. Favorite track: Plan 9 Channel 7

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Sun Dec 17 2023
5

The Doors meet punk. Great album.

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Mon Dec 25 2023
5

Can’t think of a reason why this shouldn’t get a 5. Another album I’ve never heard before that really wowed me. It’s punk rock, but so much more musically rich than many others from this time. The lead guitar parts were pretty exceptional and the lyrics were interesting enough for me. My favorite tracks were “anti-pope” and “plan 9 channel 7”.

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Mon Dec 25 2023
5

Liked this a lot. Don't think I've ever heard a piano intro on a punk album before - I think it was Just Want to be Happy. Good guitars and even melodies. Have to love a band with a drummer named Rat Scabies and a guitarist named Captain Sensible!

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Fri Dec 29 2023
5

Good album, like how hard it goes.

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Mon Jan 08 2024
5

It's very punky and creative, it's got a mix of punk and some post-punk elements, it's an exciting listen, maybe a bit weird for a punk album but still cool 7/10

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Fri Feb 16 2024
5

The energy, lyrics, production, all of it is amazing! I was very pleased with this one. Very good punk album.

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Thu Feb 22 2024
5

Rating: 9/10 Best songs: Love song, Machine gun etiquette, Melody lee, Anti-pope, Liar, Smash it up

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Thu Feb 29 2024
5

such a sick album! disappointed in myself for not listening to this one on the day it was generated for me, because this is super up my alley- i LOVE early punk, the 70s stuff with that repetitive, biting sound. the political wit here is immeasurable as is the catchiness of these melodies. also some truly awesome guitar work that you usually wouldn't hear from a band of this ilk. nibbled to death by an okapi... 8.5/10, fav tracks: i just can't be happy today, anti-pope, noise noise noise

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Wed Mar 27 2024
5

This album kicks ass. The opening track immediately comes in with crazy energy and never slows down from there. Second track isn’t my favorite but it keeps the vibe going into “I just can’t be happy today” which is a unique but fun song. Fourth track might be the most skippable behind “These Hands”, but is followed up with my favorite track, “Anti-pope”. Similarly to I just can’t be happy today, it is unlike any song I’ve heard and combines many different genres of music.

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Mon Apr 29 2024
5

I really, really love this album so much. I love the energy, I love the connectedness of the instruments, vocals pair brilliantly. The talent level in punk bands is really top notch. Favorite track: Plan 9 Channel 7

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Thu May 09 2024
5

Probably the best classic punk album. Has a lot of bangers and a lot of fun wit in it. Anti-pope, Melody Lee and Looking at you are the high points.

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Sun May 12 2024
5

This was some pretty cool punk music. Considering I had AC/DC yesterday from the same year, I liked this so much more. It has personality and uniqueness to the music. My favorites here are I Just Can't Be Happy Today, Anti-Pope, and Plan 9 Channel 7. I'd like to hear some more punk from this era now.

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Thu May 16 2024
5

Bands I wish I had discovered years ago for 100 please....Fucking great stuff.

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Wed Feb 24 2021
4

New wave and punk rock, pretty damned good haha

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Sun Jan 24 2021
4

4/5. Nothing crazy stood out, but it was solid and fun in total

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Mon Jan 25 2021
4

Aparentemente eu gosto da fusão entre pop rock e punk rock

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Fri Jan 22 2021
4

solid punch rock album from the late 70's

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Thu Mar 11 2021
4

Great great great stuff. My second favourite British punk band.

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Fri Apr 09 2021
4

Den vierten Stern aus Prinzip

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Sun Jul 11 2021
4

Honestly great guitar and bass work throughout, which combine with the high energy of most of the tracks to make for probably the best punk album I’ve heard. Still, it’s punk. The vocals and lyrics are pretty bad in spots and if it was any longer I’d probably have a headache. 8

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