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Discharge - First London Gig, Live At The Music Machine, October 28th, 1980

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Formed in Stoke on Trent in 1977, northern band Discharge changed the British punk scene forever with a distinctive brand of hardcore, making minimalistic music with heavily distorted guitar, drone-like bass, shouted anarchic vocals and a style of propulsive drumming, known as D Beat. This new edition of the legendary London debut, unleashed at Camden's Music Machine in October 1980, is a blistering set that captures our heroes at their freshest, the audience response so great that they revisit 'Realities Of War,' 'Fight Back,' 'Tomorrow Belongs To Us' and 'They Declare It' for the full-throttle encore. Essential Dischage!


A1 Realities Of War
A2 Fight Back
A3 Religion Instigates
A4 Tomorrow Belongs To Us
A5 Society's Victim
A6 War's No Fairytale
A7 But After The Gig
A8 Ain't No Feeble Bastard
A9 Always Restrictions

B1 They Declare It
B2 It's No TV Sketch
B3 You Take Part In Creating This System
B4 Decontrol
B5 Realities Of War (Encore)
B6 Fight Back (Encore)
B7 Tomorrow Belongs To Us (Encore)
B8 They Declare It (Encore)A1 Realities Of War

Band: Discharge
Title: First London Gig, Live At The Music Machine, October 28th, 1980
Release: 2024
Label: Radiation
Genre: Hardcore-Punk / Crust / D-Beat / Punk

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