"Machine Gun Etiquette" is a true, early punk classic. Originally
released in 1979, the album was the group's first since reforming with
Dave Vanian on vocals, Captain Sensible on lead guitar, Rat Scabies on
drums and Algy Ward on bass guitar. "Machine Gun Etiquette" saw the band
become more experimental; without Brian James, the songwriting was more
democratic, resulting in a blend of punk, psychedelic rock and pop
styles. Numbered out of 1,000 copies.