The Day The Country Died

by Subhumans

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FraterOiram "We got punks and drunks
And thrills and pills
And lots of things to make your head go round
It's fun fun fun fun fun til the pigs come round"
the fucking it. Favorite track: 'Til The Pigs Come Round.
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16 track, 36 minutes. Re-mastered from the original analogue tapes and art work reconditioned to it's full glory.

Re-mastered from the original analogue master tapes. Southern and Bluurg records are proud to present the reissues of the Subhumans back catalogue.

The Day The Country Died is the first album by the Subhumans. The album was recorded in five days in June 1982 and originally released in 1983 on Spiderleg Records. It was later released on Bluurg, the band's own record label.

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, 1983

Recorded at Pickwick Studios, Corsham between 22nd/26th June 1982.

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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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