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brantly This download came with my vinyl purchase of this essential singles collection, which is awesome. I used to have a Subhumans shirt back in 1995 when I was 16; I was full of venom, mad at the government, disgusted by religion, full of alcohol, petulantly sarcastic and in love with UK band's massively influential take on 2nd wave punk rock, and now, 21 years later...nothing has changed...except I don't have that old Subhumans shirt anymore...suppose I could buy one. Punk rock uber alles! Favorite track: Parasites.
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19 songs, 42 minutes. Collects four previously released 7 inch EPs: Demolition War (1981), Reason For Existence (1982), Religious Wars (1982) and Evolution (1983) All released prior to their first LP. The Day The Country Died.

This complete collection was originally released in 1986 on the band's own label, Bluurg Records. Re-mastered from the original analogue master tapes in 2008.

Also available as a deluxe gatefold heavyweight vinyl with poster and download code, and as a CD presented in a deluxe digipack with all original artwork, these re-releases give you another chance to hear one of the original UK punk bands at their very best.

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released June 1, 2008

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Subhumans UK

Formed in Wiltshire in the UK in 1980, the band released their demo in 1981, and their first EP, Demolition War, that same year. The band recorded 4 albums and 6 EPs before splitting in 1985. Some members joined Culture Shock and Citizen Fish, but the Subhumans rose again briefly in 1991, more solidly in 1998, and when the album Internal Riot was released in 2007, at which point it stuck. ... more

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