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Machine Gun Etiquette - 25th Anniversary [UK Import]

Big Beat Uk 250.2

Released on December 7, 2004


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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Love Song Voted #1  25%
2 Machine Gun Etiquette  0%
3 I Just Can't Be Happy Today  10%
4 Melody Lee Voted #3  15%
5 Anti-Pope  6%
6 These Hands  0%
7 Plan 9 Channel 7 Voted #2  18%
8 Noise, Noise, Noise  7%
9 Looking At You  0%
10 Liar  1%
11 Smash It Up (Parts 1 & 2)  13%
12 Love Song (Ed Hollis Version)  0%
13 Noise, Noise, Noise (Ed Hollis Version)  0%
14 Suicide  1%
15 Smash It Up Part 2  0%
16 Smash It Up Part 4  0%
17 Burglar  0%
18 I Just Can't Be Happy Today  0%
19 Ballroom Blitz  1%
20 Turkey Song  0%
21 Plan 9, Channel 7  3%
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Jerry from Palatine, IL 
Jan 31 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I'd highly recommend this as your introduction to The Damned. I know most people, start off with Damned Damned Damned, I know I did, mainly because of the songs "Neat Neat Neat" and "New Rose." Those are both fantastic songs but I personally think Machine Gun Etiquette is the Damned's most solid effort from start to finish. Damned Damned Damned was raw and to the point, on Machine Gun Etiquette you have better songwriting and a better overall sound from the band. There are a lot more things going on musically on this album that gives it a darker and more melodic feel to it while staying true to the Brit-punk sound at the same time. Overall it's just a very enjoyable album from start to finish; there's not one bad track on here, this is one you can listen to from start to finish without skipping tracks... even the 9 added b-sides are worth listening too. So whatever you do, don't pass up Machine Gun Etiquette, this is a classic that should be in everyone's collection.

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