Sharp/Shock: Youth Club, LP (Vinyl)
Sharp/Shock: Youth Club, LP (Vinyl)
€13.90
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Sharp/Shock : Youth Club

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
includes CD and lyric sheet
  • Mad Butcher Records
  • (MBR 168 LP)
  • 12 Tracks
  • EAN 4250933601621
  • heavy item (300g)
  • EX+ / EX+
  • used
  • new and unplayed but not sealed

tracks

A1

Real Life

2:03
A2

Superficial

2:20
A3

Dancing All Night

2:37
A4

Bad Lad

2:03
A5

Thingy (Part 1)

0:03
A6

I Don't Want A Nuclear Family

2:41
B1

Dead End Town

2:19
B2

The Reds

0:18
B3

Just Can't Get My Head Around It

2:13
B4

Thingy (Part 2)

0:07
B5

Steps

0:50
B6

Walking A Thin Line

2:22

Credits

Bass
  • Dan Under
Vocals
  • Dan Under
Drums
  • Korey Horn
Lead Vocals
  • Dave Warsop
Guitar
  • Dave Warsop
Producer
  • Dave Warsop
Mixed By
  • Dave Warsop
Engineer
  • Dave Warsop

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LP (Vinyl)