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I Dont Need It - The Vibrators - Under The Radar (CD, Album)


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2009
Label: Captain Oi! - AHOY CD 309 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk


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9 thoughts on “ I Dont Need It - The Vibrators - Under The Radar (CD, Album)

  1. Aug 23,  · -Under The Radar, CAPT OI, Nov. -Halfway To Paradise/drive/rocket Ride To Heaven/fire - Revolver Revxc 52, 01/92 -*Troops Of Tomorrow/Destroy/Girl's Screwed Up/Tired Of UK Living With You - - Raw Power Rp , 08/
  2. The Vibrators discography and songs: Music profile for The Vibrators, formed February Genres: Punk Rock, Rock, New Wave. Albums include Pure Mania, No Thanks! The '70s Punk Rebellion, and V2.
  3. Nightmare Town Lyrics: Take a look at your town tonight / I don’t see any nightlife / It’s been plenty a years / Since anyone’s had a good time around here / Sure, there’s people all.
  4. The band Stiff Little Fingers took its name from the Vibrators' song of the same title. The song was penned by John Ellis, and appeared on the Vibrators' debut album, Pure Mania. Second wave punk band The Exploited covered the Vibrators' song "Troops of Tomorrow" and used it as the title track for their album.
  5. Mar 30,  · The Vibrators are a British punk rock band that formed in The Vibrators were founded by Ian 'Knox' Carnochan, bassist Pat Collier, guitarist John Ellis, and drummer John 'Eddie' Edwards. They first came to public notice at the Club when they backed Chris Spedding in
  6. Jan 24,  · Instead Under The Radar is a plain, unpretentious rock and roll album packed with enjoyably simple songs and played by a competent band having a blast. Beginning with the typically stupid "DNA Robot" and the Buzzcocks-like sing-along "I Don't Need It", the album kicks into gear with the ridiculous schlock-punk of "We're The Dead" - a B movie for the ears/5(1).
  7. Under The Radar. The Vibrators 14 tracks Released in Rock. DNA Robot; Free Spirit; I Don’t Need It; Listen full album. Live. The Vibrators 14 tracks Released in Rock. Automatic Lover; Amphetamine Blue; Rip Up The City; Listen full album. Garage Punk. The Vibrators 14 .
  8. Description Description. New Vibrators albums don't come along too often -- this is their first since 's Energize, and their first, too, since frontman Knox returned from a four-year lay-off.5/5(1).
  9. Plus, Greatest Punk Hits contains the best tracks spanning the decades since (up to 's ""Under The Radar"" album""). The Vibrators are one of the only 1st wave UK punk bands left touring the world regularly, since This year's U.S. tour begins in September and lasts for six weeks. They are, in fact, the last original UK punk band standing/5(5).

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