The U.K. Subs - Punk Revolution Live From London (2007) DVD5 MP3/Flac

The U.K. Subs - Punk Revolution Live From London (2007) DVD5
DVD5 | 55 Min | PAL 704x576 | 25 fps | MPEG-2@5692 kbps | AC3@224 kbps | 2.85 GB
Genre: Punk Rock, Music Video | Label: CLASSIC PICTURES ENTERTAINMENT LTD.

The U.K. Subs - Punk Revolution Live From London (2007) DVD5
The U.K. Subs - Punk Revolution Live From London (2007) DVD5

The U.K. Subs were part of the original punk movement in England that formed in 1976, with the initial name of the Subversives. The band's founder, Charlie Harper selected guitarist Nicky Garratt, bassist Paul Slack, and various drummers (eventually Pete Davis became fairly stable) under the initial name "U.K. Subversives". The London based band's early line-up changed frequently.
Their style combined the energy of punk and the rock and roll edge of the then thriving pub rock scene. The band had some hit singles such as "Stranglehold", "Warhead", "Teenage", and "Tomorrow's Girls", with several of their songs managing to enter the United Kingdom's Top Forty.
The band played several John Peel sessions in 1977 and 1978 for BBC Radio 1, and then signed a recording contract with GEM Records. Under GEM, the U.K. Subs recorded an album in 1979 called Another Kind of Blues. The group also played a few opening gigs for The Police, as well as recording a set at The Roxy (a punk club), which was issued in 1980 as Live Kicks. Their biggest selling album came with 1980s Crash Course.
With the arrival of new bassist Alvin Gibbs and drummer Steve Roberts in the early 1980s, the songs took on a more heavy metal-influenced edge. In July 1982, they became the first western band to perform in Poland since the imposition of martial law, and the suppression of the trade union, Solidarity. Their concert was held in Gdansk, and they were supported by Brygadakryzys. In 1991, the U.K. Subs also had Lars Frederiksen (now of Rancid) on guitar for a 30 date UK tour. Decades after the disbanding of other late-1970s punk groups such as the Sex Pistols and The Clash, the U.K. Subs continue to perform.
Successive U.K. Subs album titles start with consecutive letters of the alphabet, and according to an interview with, the band will start the process over after reaching the letter "Z". The U.K. Subs song "Down on the Farm" was covered by Guns N' Roses on their 1993 covers album "The Spaghetti Incident?". The U.K. Subs joined the bill for the 2006 Fiend Fest. The band have toured with The Misfits, The Adicts, Osaka Popstar, Agent Orange, and The Ramones. The U.K. Subs song "Warhead" is played in the movie, This Is England.
In 2007, drummer Jamie Oliver was a contestant on the UK quiz show Nothing But the Truth. Vocalist Charlie Harper was among the panel of witnesses. Oliver reached the ?5000 mark, but lost it all in a bid to double his winnings

01. Emotional Blackmail
02. Endangered Species
03. Fear of Girls
04. In the World
05. All I Want to Know
06. This Gun Says
07. You Don't Below
08. I Couldn't Be You
09. I Live in a Car
10. Warhead
11. Police State
12. Crash Course
13. Limo Life
14. Party in Paris
15. Left for Dead
16. Rockers
17. C.I.D
18. Tomorrow's Girls
19. Stranglehold
20. New Barbarians