The Exploited - Troops Of Tomorrow (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Kajikasa
    After their seminal debut, Punk's Not Dead, The Exploited bring punk rock music closer to what would become speed metal and crossover-music with Troops of Tomorrow. This album is so full of energy and kinetic street-wise anger that the result is nothing short of a masterpiece/5(25).
  2. Yomi
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Troops Of Tomorrow on Discogs. Label: MG Records (2) - MG • Format: Cassette Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Poland • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk.
  3. Arashijar
    The Exploited are a Scottish punk rock band from the second wave of UK punk, formed in Originally a street punk band, they transformed into a faster hardcore punk band with a heavy political influence. Formed in Edinburgh by ex-soldier Walter ("Wattie") Buchan, they signed to Secret Records in March and released their debut EP Army Life. The album Punks Not Dead followed in the same.
  4. Maunris
    Apr 27,  · Report. referencing Troops Of Tomorrow, LP, Album, SEC 8. The cover of this album embodies the typical 80's stereotyped punk imagery: not anymore rebel musicians, but metropolitan gangs of juveniles, all sporting spiked hair and dressing the same, wandering in the suburbs with their chains and iron bars, always looking for a fight with the authorities/5().
  5. Mezidal
    Rapist This song is by The Exploited and appears on the album Troops Of Tomorrow (). The rapist is back again in town Got those demons dead You just don't show that film boy Why not sell the stage In spite of you not going there Strangled like the rest Like in that new dirty stuff Murderers never had In spiked nails and rubber gloves Burned them to the ground He's seen the virgins.
  6. Dur
    Jul 05,  · ENJOY! Tracklist 1. Fuck The System 2. Fucking Liar 3. Holidays In The Sun 4. You're A Fucking Bastard 5. Lie To Me 6. .
  7. Mooguramar
    Aug 03,  · British punk act The Vibrators wrote and recorded “Troops of Tomorrow” for the band’s second album, ’s V2, on which it appeared as the closing track. Four years later, Scottish punk quartet The Exploited covered the song, then used it as the .
  8. Kagazil
    Type: Full-length Release date: May 15th, Catalog ID: TSEC 8 Label: Secret Records Format: Cassette Reviews: 3 reviews (avg. 94%).

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