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Split - Bleach Boys, The/ Ministers Dead EP


Two UK punk bands back-to-back on this four song split.
The Bleach Boys don’t need an introduction... but for those of you who don’t know, they are originally from Hitchin and have been playing together since 1976. Originally known as the Fur Coughs, the group's first gig was in 1976 supporting Ultravox.
Over the years, the band have released a series of records starting with their 1977 single ‘Chloroform’, which was featured in Record Collector as one of the most collectable punk 7"s.
To this day they play old-fashioned punk rock - not politically correct, no hidden meanings with a good sense of humour in everything they do. They have been dishing out good, honest punk since day one and this slab of wax is business as usual. THE BLEACH BOYS play totally uncompromising, big-sounding, loud-mouthed and offensive - just the way we like it.

Ministers Dead are a four piece punk rock band that scream out about the sad state of modern society with the same kind of manic smarts as Jello Biafra in his prime. The music is fast and frenzied and the vocals are hot-blooded and focused. In their own words, “Let’s make something happen people. Get up and be counted. This is your wake up call!!”
(NFT/ 2014)

Tracks: Ministers Dead: Wake Up, Time To Die / Suit Sentence
The Bleach Boys: Guantanamo Baby / Death List

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  • Model: EP1777
  • Manufactured by: No Front Teeth Records

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 20 September, 2014.

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