OLD FIRM CASUALS, THE
THIS MEANS WAR (RE-ISSUE) (SNAKE EDITION GOLD VINYL)

Vinyl LP

OLD FIRM CASUALS, THE
THIS MEANS WAR (RE-ISSUE) (SNAKE EDITION GOLD VINYL)

Vinyl LP

PIRATES PRESS RECORDS(PPR257LPB1)

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DESCRIPTION

Originally released by Oi! the Boat (U.S.A.) and Randale Records (Europe) in 2014,“This Means War“ is THE OLD FIRM CASUALS debut LP. This incredible album really showcases the explosive burst onto the scene that this band made - and created something permanent and timeless to show the importance of this band to the world of streetpunk & Oi!. Taking a few songs from previously released (and highly acclaimed) singles, and elevating them by sandwiching them together with new tracks, this record became a fan favourite quickly. With its original pressings now out of print, Pirates Press Records is proud to re-issue this integral record, globally, adding a few extra finishing touches in the process. Two versions are available: gold and silver. The gold vinyl is housed in a jacket printed on gold foil (the “snake“ design), and the silver vinyl is available in a jacket printed on silver foil (the “Wolf” design). This album also includes the bonus track “Watford Tuxedo“ which appears after a locked groove on the B-side. Go get ‘em folks - these are truly a ‘must have’ for any punk rock vinyl collector!

TRACK LIST

Side A
1. This Means War...
2. Perry Boys
3. Election Day
4. Off With Their Heads
5. Never Say Die
6. Eternal City
Side B
1. Needle On The Record
2. Apocalypse Redux
3. The Dear Leader
4. Wolves Of War
5. Victory
6. Watford Tuxedo (Bonus Track)

Colour : None
Product type : Vinyl LP
Item no. : PPR257LPB1
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