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Wednesday, October 18, 2006

The Damned - Damned But Not Forgotten

"Damned But Not Forgotten" features singles, b-sides, alternate takes and demos recorded by the Damned during the early 1980s, and serves as a handy summary of the Damned's early-'80s albums, an unfairly overlooked period in the group's career. "Damned But Not Forgotten" makes a strong case for the band's brand of good-humored goth-touched punk rock. While the Damned's best work remains their early sides for Stiff Records, "Damned But Not Forgotten" is a good second step for those who wish to explore further. (Year of Release: 1985)

Track List:
1. Dozen Girls
2. Lovely Money
3. I Think I'm Wonderful
4. Disguise
5. Take That
6. Torture Me
7. Disco Man
8. Thanks For The Night
9. Take Me Away
10. Some Girls Are Ugly
11. Nice Cup Of Tea
12. Billy Bad Breaks

Download: The Damned - Damned But Not Forgotten (56.9MB)


Anonymous said...

Surely "Machinegun Ettiquette", followed closely by the "Thanks for the night" are the best eras for the Damned?

Anonymous said...

Good time for you

Very very nice of you my dear friend ,i hope we will meat again & again.......& again.
Smach it up bonzo!!!

Anonymous said...

Hey thank you punky punk,but wa' a'bou' a smach head with Wayne County & the elctric chaies!