Police Bastard by Doom. Format – mp3. Download album for free and listen online on Myzcloud. Doom - Police Bastard (1989). EP. Songs in album Doom - Police Bastard (1989).
Album Name Police Bastard. Type EP. Released date 1989. Labels Peaceville Records. Members owning this album11. 1. Relief Pt 2. 2. Police Bastard. Other productions from Doom (UK). Back and Gone + Live at 1 in 12 Club, Bradford, England 1. Rush Hour of the Gods.
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Album: Total Doom, 2005. Doom - Police Bastard from the 1989 EP "Police Bastard". Lyrics: Big brother's watching you, Everything you say and do. Police, Police bastards! Living in the shadow of Their uniform fear. Police, Police bastards! Show more. Has been played on. Germany 9. Black Tapes On Air. 9.
The Police Bastard EP (on discarded records) was also recorded at the same session. Doom were also invited to record two sessions for Radio One's John Peel show around this point. Bri left the band in April 1989 after completing a lengthy European tour. Doom continued with different guitarists, most notably with Dave Talbot who co-founded UK doom metal band Solstice with Sore Throat's vocalist Rich Walker, but did not settle with four members for long playing numerous gigs as a three piece, as Pickering turned to vocal and guitar duties
Doom (2) – Police Bastard. Label: Profane Existence – EXIST 5, Profane Existence – EXIST 00.
|A1||Relief Pt. 2|
|B2||Means To An End|
- Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-34612
NotesAccording to Profane Existence, this is the 3rd pressing. It's from 1991 or 1992, they are not sure themselves.
Has different back sleeve than the previous pressings. "No more than $3.00" printed on front. Center labels are the same.
Fold-out sleeve is printed on the inside, also it has an insert included.
Insert made of same size as sleeve, making it like an unstapled booklet.
Clear vinyl, stated as "8 piss-colored vinyl (Also third U.S. Pressing 1992" back of sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: AYF-3-A L-34612
- Matrix / Runout: AYF-3-B L-34612-X
|DISC 001||Doom||Police Bastard (7", EP)||Discarded Records||DISC 001||UK||1989|
|EXIST 001.5||Doom||Police Bastard (7", EP, RE, RP, Cle)||Profane Existence||EXIST 001.5||US||1999|
|EXIST 001.5||Doom||Police Bastard (7", EP, RE, RP, Ten)||Profane Existence||EXIST 001.5||US||1999|
|AYF 003||Doom||Police Bastard (7", EP, RP)||AYF Records, Profane Existence||AYF 003||US||1990|
|EXIST 001.5||Doom||Police Bastard (7", EP, RP)||Profane Existence||EXIST 001.5||US||Unknown|