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throw a brick

Like all good punk rock, listening to Chelsea will incite you to... TAKE ACTION!!.... throw a brick through a window, live in a squat, quit your low paying job selling useless trinkets and plastic crap so you can spend more quality time polishing your boots, kicking cans, and sitting in alleyways with a newspaper over your head. Standout songs on this album? They're all top notch; it's a "Best Of... " album ya kook! Due to the high quality of the mastering on most tracks and the clear vocal stylings of Mr. Gene October, I'd recommend the tracks you can sing along too the best: try yer best with 'Right to Work', 'No One's Coming Outside', and What Would You Do' !


Formed: 1976 in England

Genre: Alternative

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

Formed in London, England, in 1977, this punk band comprised vocalist Gene October, the only constant in a myriad of line-ups, Brian James (guitar), Geoff Myles (bass) and Chris Bashford (drums). Like many of their immediate peers Chelsea were a band with a strong social conscience. Specializing in sub-three-minute vitriolic outbursts on unemployment, inner city decay and the destruction of British society under Margaret Thatcher, their lyrics were always more interesting than their music. The songs...
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