Oi! The Album is a 1980 Oi! compilation album, released in 1980 by EMI, then re-released by Captain Oi! and Cleopatra Records on CD in later years. It was conceived and compiled by then Sounds columnist Garry Bushell who had coined the phrase "Oi!" to denote what he called a new breed of working class punk rock with "terrace" or mob choruses. Of the bands labeled Oi!, Bushell had managed the Cockney Rejects and went on to manage the Blood.
The disclapties - oi! Oi! Oi! Barmy Army EP CD. KUD IDIJOTI - Single Collection CD (1997). PANDEMONIUM - Wir fahren gegen dreck LP (1984).
Typically replies within a few hours. Contact Oi Army on Messenger. Beer garden · Sports promoter.
LP - Captain Oi! Records 601). Originally issued in 1981, Punks Not Dead was the Exploited's first full-length album. They'd issued singles like "Army Life" and "Exploited Barmy Army" previously, and those were re-recorded for what was hailed and/or reviled as a jagged, messy, and more aggressive reaction to the punk "establishment" of the time. The mix of hate and love toward the Exploited was fine by vocalist Wattie Buchan and his revolving cast of bandmembers - they just wanted a reaction, to get people to really listen.
What You Gonna Do. 1:59. Missing lyrics by The Exploited?
Party in Paris - (French Version). Keep on Running (Til You Burn). Party in Paris - (Single Version).
|1||Shout The Oi!|
|2||C'Mon Punx, Let's Go|
|3||Boots On The Ground|
|4||(We Are) Fucki'n Idiot|
|5||Let's Start Punk Party|