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Skeptix - So the Youth - 1983 (UK)

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  1. antihuman

    antihumanActive Member Forum Member




    Dec 15, 2010


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    A1 Violent Streets
    A2 Death & Destruction
    A3 For Your Country
    A4 Got No Choice
    A5 Traitor
    A6 Born To Lose
    A7 Legion Of The Damned
    B1 ...So The Youth
    B2 Such Is War
    B3 Fist Of Fury
    B4 Stop It While You Can
    B5 Routine Machine
    B6 Next Victim
    B7 The Cause


    ...So The Youth
    Release Date : 1983

    Comes with fold-out insert - Lyrics printed on one side with Rock-O-Rama merchandise on the other and inside a poster style pic of the band.Recorded at «STUDIO AM DOM» Köln, 8 Dec. '82 - 11 Dec. '82℗ 1983RRR. 17 on spine and rear cover, RRR 17 on label

    Skeptix Biography

    Punk band from Stoke On Trent, England, UK.
    Started in 1978 under the name "The Vermin", then changed it in 1980 to "Chaos" and again in 1981 to "Skeptix". Split in 1984.

    Paul "Snotty" Burton: Vocals
    Steve "Fish" Brookes: Guitar
    Trevor "Ush" Usher: Bass
    Ian "Chig" Chadwick: Drums

    Band members: Stephen Brookes, Snot (6), Ush (2), Chig

    The Skeptix , punk band from Stoke on Trent, UK, was formed by Jacko (bassist), Chig (drummer), Stan (vocalist) and Fish (guitarrist) in 1978, their original name was The Vermin when they were at school, then Chaos and finally The Skeptix.

    Starting the eighties Stan and Jacko left the band and were replaced by Snotty (who was to be the manager) and Ush. They started playing at local gigs in the Stoke on Trent area and then releasing their first demo.

    in 1981 they signed with Neon records and recorded Routine Machine and Curfew, after these releases they started gigging in the UK, playing with bands like GBH, The Fits, Broken Bones and Abrasive Wheels. Then they toured with the Stollwerk Festival in Germany.

    They recorded until 1983, when unfortunately Fish left the band to join Discharge. By 1985 the Skeptix had split up.

    In December 2001 the Skeptix, with the original (recordings) band line-up , reformed and started to rehearse for the Holidays in the Sun Festivals in the UK and USA. Their first album in 20 years, Hate & Fear, was recorded & released in 2003. In the same year the Skeptix toured the USA to promote the album. The recording of their gig at New York’s CBGB’s became their next album for release. A DVD of the CBGB’s gig, including additional footage from the tour, was also released.

    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - Rock-O-Rama Records

    One of the first German punk record labels, founded by Herbert Egoldt.
    Rock-O-Rama Records started as a label releasing punk rock and hardcore bands, mostly from Germany and later also from Finland. The first album by German skinhead band Böhse Onkelz (1984) was indexed by the West German government for sexist and violent content and subsequently banned. Releasing White Power band Skrewdriver's second album, Rock-O-Rama gradually turned into a label for various European White Power and RAC (Rock Against Communism) acts. What had started as a label releasing European punk rock of a generally progressive vein, became rapidly known for radical right-wing (and frequently indexed) releases, being for a long time the most successful and notorious label of its kind. Adding to its notoriety, from early on the label repackaged and reissued material without bands' consent or paying royalties.
    After the the death of Herbert Egoldt in November 2005 the Label was sold & is active again with selling old stock material, re-issues etc..

    Catalogue number system:

    RRR xxx - LPs (1980-1994)
    RCD xxx - CDs (1989-1994)
    RMC xxx - cassettes (1989-1994)
    RRR 1xxx - LPs (2007-present)
    RCD 1xxx - CDs (2007-present)

    Albums rarely, if ever, included lyrics, in order to comply with German law. CD releases, instead of a booklet, contained a double-sided booklet-sized card, with the album art on one side and generic information about the CD format in English, French, German and Italian on the other. Starting from the 1990s, the information panel was replaced with an advertisement for the Rock-O-Rama mail-order service.

    For Rock-O-Rama Records counterfeit releases please use l280696,


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  2. ungovernable

    ungovernableAutonome Staff Member Uploader Admin Team Experienced member




    Aug 21, 2009
    Male, 34 years old
    Canada United States
    good band but not anarcho...