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About time iTunes!!

An absolute classic! Not The Damned's best album but the bonus tracks make up for it! I owned these on vinyl and hearing them again after all this time was marvellous! A must for Damned fans! Buy me now!


I agree with the previous poster, not their finest but a great album none the less. Great to seee some of the 12inch versions on the bottom. I have them on vinyl great to finally get them on my ipod.

The wait is over

I've been waiting for this to be released on CD for at least 15 years, due to the fact that this is in my top 10 albums, propping up Achtung Baby, Dark side of the moon and The Colour of spring....with Alone Again Or being my favorite song of all time. Add to this the classic Eloise and other hits like Psychomaia, Gigolo and Dulce Decorum. It's a classic example of a Punk band hitting the pop mainstream and making a success of it with 2 top 10 hits from the album. I'm so happy.....


Formed: 1976 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With punk's history having entered a new millennium, the impact of the band initially judged "the least likely to" seems to grow ever more each day. The Ramones hold deserved pride of place for kick-starting the whole thing, while the Sex Pistols -- and to a lesser extent, the Clash -- helped take it to an even more notorious level, serving as role models for many young bands to this day. But arguably just as important and memorable were the Damned, London contemporaries of the Pistols and Clash...
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