The Damned: The Black Album, 2×CD
The Damned: The Black Album, 2×CD
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The Damned
The Black Album

  • 2×CD
  • United Kingdom
  • Chiswick Records
  • (CDWKM2 275)
  • 27 Tracks
  • UPC 029667427524
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • surface marks on CD, minor creases on booklet

tracks

1-01

Wait For The Blackout

3:51
1-02

Lively Arts

2:55
1-03

Silly Kid's Games

2:15
1-04

Drinking About My Baby

3:27
1-05

Twisted Nerve

Trumpet
  • Ray Martinez
4:35
1-06

Hit Or Miss

2:36
1-07

Dr Jeckyll And Mr Hyde

4:31
1-08

Sick Of This And That

1:47
1-09

The History Of The World (Part 1)

Synthesizer
  • Hans Zimmer
Engineer
  • Steve Rance
3:52
1-10

13th Floor Vendetta

Backing Vocals
  • Hugh Jones
  • Dave Vanian
5:04
1-11

Therapy

6:11
1-12

Curtain Call

17:12
2-01

Love Song (Live)

2:10
2-02

Second Time Around (Live)

1:46
2-03

Smash It Up Parts 1 & 2 (Live)

4:24
2-04

New Rose (Live)

1:50
2-05

I Just Can't Be Happy Today (Live)

3:55
2-06

Plan 9 Channel 7 (Live)

5:12
2-07

White Rabbit

3:00
2-08

Rabid (Over You)

Synthesizer
  • Anthony Moore
Engineer
  • Gary Edwards
3:43
2-09

Seagulls

2:36
2-10

The History Of The World (Part 1) (Single Version)

3:48
2-11

I Believe The Impossible

Recorded By
  • Rat Scabies
  • Captain Sensible
2:54
2-12

Sugar And Spite

Recorded By
  • Rat Scabies
  • Captain Sensible
1:30
2-13

There Ain't No Sanity Clause

2:27
2-14

Looking At You (Live)

5:51
2-15

White Rabbit (Extended Version)

5:22

Credits

Bass
  • Paul Gray
Compiled By
  • Roger Armstrong
Research
  • Roger Armstrong
Design
  • Phil Smee
  • Jools De Vere
Photography By
  • Phil Smee
Drums
  • Rat Scabies
Engineer
  • Alvin Clark
  • Gary Edwards
  • Hugh Jones
  • Tony Taverner
Guitar
  • Captain Sensible
  • Rat Scabies
Keyboards
  • Captain Sensible
Liner Notes
  • Kieron Tyler
  • Roger Armstrong
Mastered By
  • Adam Skeaping
Producer
  • Hans Zimmer
  • Roger Armstrong
  • The Damned
  • The Kings Of Reverb
Vocals
  • Captain Sensible
  • Dave Vanian
  • Rat Scabies
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