GBH: Rough Justice Years

GBH SKU: 37005559
Gbh: Rough Justice Years

GBH: Rough Justice Years

GBH SKU: 37005559

Format: CD

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Title: Rough Justice Years
Artist: GBH
Label: Captain Oi Import
UPC: 5013929606609
Genre: Rock

76 track 5 CD clam shell box set featuring all of Hardcore Punk legends GBH's recordings for the Rough Justice label between 1984 and 1995. The first disc is 1984's "Midnight Madness & Beyond" album which now comes with the bonus of the Indie Chart hit EP 'Oh No. It's GBH Again'. Disc 2 is 1987's "No Need To Panic" album which now has the 'Wot A Bargain' EP added as bonus tracks. 1989's self-produced "A Fridge Too Far" is on Disc 3, complete with the bonus of three rare studio demos from the time. Disc 4 is 1990's "From Here To Reality" album, again having three rare studio demos addedThe final disc is 1992's "Church of the Truly Warped". The booklet features pictures of all the relevant releases plus detailed liner notes. Currently touring South America GBH remain one of the Punk scenes most respected names, their influence acknowledged by the likes of Rancid, Agnostic Front and Metallica amongst many others.

1.1 Limpwristed
1.2 Future Fugitives
1.3 Too Much
1.4 Iroquois
1.5 Guns ; Guitars
1.6 Horror Story
1.7 Midnight Madness and Beyond
1.8 Chance for Living
1.9 The Seed of Madness
1.10 Sam Is Your Leader
1.11 How Come
1.12 Blood
1.13 Malice in Wonderland
1.14 Lost in the Fog
1.15 Get Out of the City
1.16 Company of Wolves
2.1 Transylvanian Perfume
2.2 Hearing Screams (For the Last Time)
2.3 To Understand
2.4 Makin' Whips
2.5 I Shot the Marshall
2.6 Electricity Through Space
2.7 Hit the Deck
2.8 Rumblin' Underground
2.9 Desperate Times
2.10 Gunning for the President
2.11 Avenues and Alleyways
2.12 Unanswered Prayers
2.13 Checkin' Out
2.14 No One Cares
2.15 Infected
2.16 Tipuki Thunder
3.1 Pass the Axe
3.2 Captain Chaos
3.3 Go Home
3.4 Checkin' Out
3.5 See You Bleed
3.6 When Will It End?
3.7 A Fridge Too Far
3.8 The Fist of Regret
3.9 Needle in a Haystack
3.10 Twenty Floors Below
3.11 Nocturnal Journal
3.12 Crossfire
3.13 No
3.14 I'm on Heat
3.15 Last of the Teenage Idols
4.1 New Decade
4.2 Trust Me I'm a Doctor
4.3 B.M.T
4.4 Mass Production
4.5 The Old School of Self Destruction
4.6 You Don't Do Enough
4.7 From Here to Reality
4.8 Dirty Too Long
4.9 Destroy
4.10 Just in Time for the Epilogue
4.11 Don't Leave Your Honey Down the Pits
4.12 Moonshine Song
4.13 Trust Me I'm a Doctor
4.14 You Don't Do Enough
4.15 Last of the Teenage Idols (Second Version)
5.1 Pure Greed
5.2 Not Enough Hate
5.3 Leather Coffin
5.4 Candy Man
5.5 Lords of Discipline
5.6 Where the Wild Things Are
5.7 Church of the Truly Warped
5.8 Back
5.9 I Need Energy
5.10 Evil Evar
5.11 All for the Cause
5.12 Pure Greed
5.13 Candy Man
5.14 Not Enough Hate
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