Angelic Upstarts We Gotta Get Out Of This Place Rar

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Angelic Upstarts Smash Hits February 1980 Angelic Upstarts - We Gotta Get Out Of This Place LP. Steve Forsten left the group in early 1980 and was replaced. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of We Gotta Get Out Of This Place on Discogs.

Teenage Warning
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 1979
StudioImpulse Studios, Wallsend, Newcastle
GenrePunk rock, Oi!
LabelWarner Bros.
ProducerJimmy Pursey
Angelic Upstarts chronology
Teenage Warning
(1979)
We Gotta Get Out of This Place
(1980)

Teenage Warning is Angelic Upstarts' first album, released in August 1979.[1] It peaked at No.29 in the UK Album Charts and featured three singles, 'The Murder of Liddle Towers', 'I'm An Upstart' and 'Teenage Warning'. If you also take into account that the B-sides 'The Young Ones' and 'Leave Me Alone' are also included, it means almost half the album was also available on 7' singles.

The band were initially signed to Sham 69's Jimmy Pursey's JP Productions. The plan was to record a demo and use Pursey's leverage to secure a deal with Polydor - this floundered following an incident involving Pursey, a security guard and a snowball fight. Warner Brothers stepped in and signed them.[2]

The album sleeve depicts a tattooed orange with a clockwork key, symbolising the Stanley Kubrick film A Clockwork Orange and taken from the opening lyric of the title track, 'Wind me up like a clockwork orange'.

Best animated desktop wallpapers. Paul Morley at the NME reviewed the album suggesting it would be Angelic Upstarts' 'one burst' before they disintegrated, and remarked it was not his greatest listening experience but he had great fun reviewing it.[3]

Dropkick Murphys performed a cover version of 'Never Again' for an oi tribute album. It was later included on their 2005 release Singles Collection, Volume 2.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Thomas Mensforth and Ray Cowie, except as shown.

Side A

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  1. 'Teenage Warning' - 3.02
  2. 'Student Power' - 2.21
  3. 'The Young Ones' (Sid Tepper, Roy C. Bennett)[4] - 1.49
  4. 'Never Again' - 3.06
  5. 'We Are The People' - 3.57
  6. 'The Murder of Liddle Towers' - 4.41

Side B

  1. 'I'm An Upstart' - 2.21
  2. 'Small Town Small Mind' - 2.26
  3. 'Youth Leader' - 3.05
  4. 'Do Anything' - 2.17
  5. 'Let's Speed' - 2.34
  6. 'Leave Me Alone' - 2.16

Personnel[5][edit]

Angelic Upstarts
  • Thomas Mensforth (Mensi) - vocals
  • Ray Cowie (Mond) - guitar
  • Steve Forsten - bass
  • Decca Wade - drums
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References[edit]

  1. ^[1]
  2. ^'Punky Gibbon'.
  3. ^'Punk77'.
  4. ^Teenage Warning at the www.discogs.com.
  5. ^Teenage Warning at the www.discogs.com.
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