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8 Replies to “ Newtown Neurotics - Kick Out The Tories! / Mindless Violence! (Vinyl) ”

  1. Triumph Over Adversity - The Newtown Neurotics live at Brunel University Triumph Over Adversity is a terrific live album, how can it be anything else when the Newtown Neurotics were declared to be ‘One of Britain’s greatest power trio’s by Q magazine in May along with The Jam, Doves, Stereophonics, Motorhead, Muse, Cream.
  2. May 22,  · Newtown Neurotics Kick Out! LP LP Formed in in new town Harlow, The Newtown Neurotics are one of the most under rated but essential punk bands. Kick Out! is a 15 track round up of their first six singles taking in the years to
  3. History. As The Newtown Neurotics, the band began their career playing punk heavily indebted stylistically to The Clash and The doreehosinsubsplemasenoxcafremen.coinfo released a series of singles from – later collected on the album 45 Revolutions per Minute – and debut album Beggars Can Be Choosers in Over the course of the s, the band dropped the "Newtown" from its name and .
  4. The Neurotics have a stunning track record - "When the Oil Runs Out", "Mindless Violence", "Kick Out the Tories"- but this, this is their finest hour. Steve Drewett's voice gets rougher and grubbier - like a rubber glove poked full or fag - burn holes.
  5. Punk Collection, a Compilation of songs by Newtown Neurotics. Released in on Captain Oi! (catalog no. AHOY CD ; CD). Genres: Punk Rock.
  6. Formed in in new town Harlow, The Newtown Neurotics are one of the most under rated but essential punk bands. Kick Out! is a 15 track round up of their first six singles taking in the years to The first two singles Hypocrite and When The Oil Runs Out were melodic nuggets released on their own No Wonder label.
  7. The full-length, Beggars Can Be Choosers, was The Newtown Neurotics' blistering, blazing statement of intent. It was also perhaps the most out-of-step and utterly bizarre punk record England produced that year–simply for being the most ordinary one. I first heard The Newtown Neurotics as a high-school kid in Denver in the late '80s.

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