Mills Record Company

Vinyl LP pressing. After the chart-topping debut City Baby Attacked By Rats, Birmingham 'UK82' punk pioneers Charged G.B.H. cut City Baby's Revenge, their second release for Clay Records, and even though a mere year had passed, City Baby's Revenge showed significant progression, Jock's guitar more obviously inspired by metal, the lyrics more explicit and the sound even rawer than before. With a cool take of the Stooges' 'I Feel Alright' and the reggae/rockabilly-esque 'Skanga,' this acclaimed winner is the LP that broke the band in the USA and is arguably the best they ever recorded required listening for the band's devotees and all fans of metal-edged hardcore.
Vinyl LP pressing. After the chart-topping debut City Baby Attacked By Rats, Birmingham 'UK82' punk pioneers Charged G.B.H. cut City Baby's Revenge, their second release for Clay Records, and even though a mere year had passed, City Baby's Revenge showed significant progression, Jock's guitar more obviously inspired by metal, the lyrics more explicit and the sound even rawer than before. With a cool take of the Stooges' 'I Feel Alright' and the reggae/rockabilly-esque 'Skanga,' this acclaimed winner is the LP that broke the band in the USA and is arguably the best they ever recorded required listening for the band's devotees and all fans of metal-edged hardcore.
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City Babys Revenge
Artist: Gbh
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. After the chart-topping debut City Baby Attacked By Rats, Birmingham 'UK82' punk pioneers Charged G.B.H. cut City Baby's Revenge, their second release for Clay Records, and even though a mere year had passed, City Baby's Revenge showed significant progression, Jock's guitar more obviously inspired by metal, the lyrics more explicit and the sound even rawer than before. With a cool take of the Stooges' 'I Feel Alright' and the reggae/rockabilly-esque 'Skanga,' this acclaimed winner is the LP that broke the band in the USA and is arguably the best they ever recorded required listening for the band's devotees and all fans of metal-edged hardcore.
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