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9 thoughts on “ I Cant Do Anything - X-Ray-Spex* - Obsessed With You - The Early Years (CD)

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about X-Ray-Spex* - Obsessed With You - The Early Years at Discogs. Complete your X-Ray-Spex* collection/5(29).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Obsessed With You - The Early Years on Discogs/5(12).
  3. Dec 18,  · Obsessed With You (The Early Years), a Compilation of songs by X-Ray Spex. Released in on Receiver (catalog no. RRCD ; CD). Genres: Punk Rock/5(1).
  4. Disk 2 was released prior as "Obsessed with You" - early demo recordings - The grouping of this deluxe edition is phenomenal. This is one of the best and most diverse releases of the British Punk movement. I first heard Bondage years ago on a punk radio show, heard I am a Cliché from a punk comp album/5(87).
  5. Obsessed With You Identity Let’s Submerge Plastic Bag I Live Off You I Am A Cliche I Can’t Do Anything The Day The World Turned Day-Glo .
  6. This is an audience recording of one of the last X Ray Spex shows. The sound quality is to Dan for this one. setlist: Artificial Obsessed With You Warrior In Woolworths Let's Submerge I Can't Do Anything Identity Age Highly Inflammable Genetic Engineering I Live Off You I Am A Poseur
  7. X-Ray Spex were an English punk rock band formed in from London.. During their first incarnation (–79), X-Ray Spex were "deliberate underachievers" and only released five singles and one album. Nevertheless, their first single, "Oh Bondage Up Yours!", is now acknowledged as a classic punk rock single and the album Germfree Adolescents is widely acclaimed as a classic album of the.
  8. Germfree Adolescents is the debut album of English punk rock band X-Ray contained the UK hit singles "The Day the World Turned Dayglo" (No. 23 in April ), "Identity" (No. 24 in July ) and "Germ Free Adolescents" which reached No. 18 in November
  9. X-Ray Spex. Punk band. For the Record . Selected discography. Sources. One of the most exciting punk bands to emerge from Great Britain in the late s, “ X-Ray Spex were a wonderful, shambling musical mess of rebellion, fashion and fun, ” wrote Al Spicer for Rock: The Rough Guide. “ Main muse Poly Styrene danced, yelped, screamed and sang over the joyful noise belted out by her.

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