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The Vibrators, much like The Stranglers, were significantly older than the other bands comprising the London punk scene in 1977. What they lacked in refined skill, they made up for with insidiously catchy songwriting that captured the minimalist energy of their younger punk rock peers. After releasing two of the essential documents of the punk-era (Pure Mania and V2), the original Vibrators broke up, only to reform two years later and issue Guilty, a first class piece of power-pop/punk mastery, bolstered by the melodic songwriting. Ripe for a reissue, Guilty is finally back in print on vinyl.
The Vibrators, much like The Stranglers, were significantly older than the other bands comprising the London punk scene in 1977. What they lacked in refined skill, they made up for with insidiously catchy songwriting that captured the minimalist energy of their younger punk rock peers. After releasing two of the essential documents of the punk-era (Pure Mania and V2), the original Vibrators broke up, only to reform two years later and issue Guilty, a first class piece of power-pop/punk mastery, bolstered by the melodic songwriting. Ripe for a reissue, Guilty is finally back in print on vinyl.
8592735003163

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Format: Vinyl
Label: RADT
Rel. Date: 04/15/2016
UPC: 8592735003163

Guilty
Artist: Vibrators
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $11.89
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Wolfman Howl
2. Rocket to the Moon
3. Sleeping
4. Parties
5. Jumping Jack Flash
6. Watch Out Baby
7. Do a Runner
8. We Name the Guilty
9. Baby Baby 1
10. Fighter Pilot 1
11. The Day They Caught the Killer 1
12. Kick It 1
13. A Dot Ain't a Lot 1
14. Claws in My Brain

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The Vibrators, much like The Stranglers, were significantly older than the other bands comprising the London punk scene in 1977. What they lacked in refined skill, they made up for with insidiously catchy songwriting that captured the minimalist energy of their younger punk rock peers. After releasing two of the essential documents of the punk-era (Pure Mania and V2), the original Vibrators broke up, only to reform two years later and issue Guilty, a first class piece of power-pop/punk mastery, bolstered by the melodic songwriting. Ripe for a reissue, Guilty is finally back in print on vinyl.
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