RIYL: GBH, Discharge, The Exploited
Label: Love Child Records
Original 1982 Manchester punk, rugged, raw and unfiltered!
UK’s heir to the Freakbeat scene, Paul Orwell, has recently joined forces with Adam Cooper of Heavy Soul Records to bringh forth unreleased treasures from the golden era of British Punk, Garage and Rock’n Roll. Together they have spawned Love Child Records, and in true DIY-style their releases are presented in hand-made, hand-numbered sleeves¬†with the uttermost TLC.
Psychotic Funhouse has the honour of getting the first spot on in their catalogue, with their previously unreleased and well hidden “Mad Axe Man”. A¬†total must for rebels of any real school of punk, and a true¬†gem for the collectors. The full story is presented on the labels site via the Buy Now-link, brilliant reading!
“This shambolic distorted chaos captures everything we love about the punk culture & it will now be yours to own whilst stock lasts. Completely unreleased until now as it had been savagely locked away. Musical justice will now be served.”
Released on August 24th, there are not many left to go around!
A: "Mad Axe Man"
B: "Why" / "Working Class Scum"
Love Child Records GAG001
7" vinyl limited to 250 copies in hand-made, hand-numbered sleeves.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive