Sunday, October 14, 2012

Cockney Rejects:(1997) The Punk Singles Collection (Anagram Recs.)

Inspired by the critically reviled working-class punk of Sham 69, the Cockney Rejects helped give voice to the punk subgenre tagged Oi!, partly thanks to the group's 1980 song "Oi! Oi! Oi!" The Rejects' sound was loud, brash, and crudely performed, with an irreverent sense of humor and an inclination toward mindless anarchy that made them appealing to frustrated lower-class youth and, unfortunately, the more extreme right-wing racist faction among the growing skinhead movement, an association the group did not encourage but for which it was soundly berated.

1.flares 'n' slippers
2.police car
3.i wanna be a star
4.i'm not a fool
5.east end
6.bad man!
7.the new song
8.the greatest cockney rip off
9.hate of the city
10.i'm forever blowing bubbles
11.west side boys
12.We Can Do Anything
13.15 Nights
14.We Are the Firm
15.War on the Terraces
16.Easy Life (Live)
17.Motörhead (Live)
18.Hand 'Em High (Live)
19.On The Streets Again
21.Till The End Of The Day
22.Rock 'N' Roll Dream



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