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9 thoughts on “ I Just Cant Be Happy Today - The Damned - Machine Gun Etiquette (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Machine Gun Ettiquette is The Damned’s third album, released in It was the band’s first album on Chiswick Records, following their reformation after splitting up briefly in
  2. Machine Gun Etiquette is the first album released after guitarist Brian James left the band. It is recorded in periods from March to August in several.
  3. I Just Cant Be Happy Today - The Damned - Machine Gun Etiquette, Jimmie Noone, Earl Hines - At The Apex Club - Part 1, Что Не Может Сделать Атом · What Atom Cant Do - Алла Пугачева - Поднимись Над Суетой, Fell In Love Without You - Various - Take Action! Volume 8.
  4. On Machine Gun Etiquette, The Damned reformed to produce a contrasting album of not so serious two minute classics (see Love Song, Melody Lee etc.) to some more complex tracks such as 'Plan 9 Channel 7' and 'I Just Can't Be Happy Today'.
  5. Clear vinyl reissue of this absolutely outstanding album, easily one of the best by any of the original punk bands. Every song is essential, and shows how much the band had moved on since the early punk days. Inc. "Love Song", "Anti-Pope", "Smash It Up" and the epic, genius "Plan 9, Channel 7".RIps on centre of sleeve.
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  7. Buy The Damned's album titled Machine Gun Etiquette [25th Anniversary Edition] to. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Vinyl LP. $ View All Available Formats & Editions. whereas the celebratory angst of "I Just Can't Be Happy Today" chugs along with garagey élan and keyboards à la the Electric nolcisojequaremuhypjoymindnady.coinfo: $
  8. May 20,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Machine Gun Etiquette on Discogs. Label: Chiswick Records - CWK ,Chiswick Records - OC 63 ,Chiswick Records - CWK (I) • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • /5().
  9. gram Standard Issue Vinyl. Machine Gun Etiquette is the third album by seminal punk-rock group, The Damned, and the first one without guitarist Brian James. As their first album helped to establish the still vague punk generation, Machine Gun Etiquette /5(32).

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