Blown to Bits - Live. Fuck the USA Live. Fuck the U. Fuck The U. Adding to Their Fears Bonus. You're a Fucking Bastard. Army Life single version. Daily News OI! The album version. Sid Vicious Was Innocent. Dead Cities live. Daily News live. Sex and Violence live.
I Believe in Anarchy live. Dogs of War live. Jesus Is Dead. Porno Slut. I Never Changed. Barry Prossit. Never Sellout. Chaos Is My Life. Noize Annoys. No More Idols. Death Before Dishonour live.
About to Die live. The Massacre live. Scaling the Derry Walls live. Privacy Invasion. Fight Back. About to Die. Fuck the USA. Lie to Mie. Jimmy Boyle Live. Alternatives Live. Wankers Live. Army Life Live. Psycho Live. Rival Leaders single version. Horror Epics - Live.
Troops of Tomorrow DJ edit. Fuck Religion. Don't Pay the Poll Tax. Dog Soldier. Boys in Blue. Now I'm Dead. Sick Bastard. Rival Leaders. Alternative live. Rival Leaders Live. God Saved the Queen Live. Was It Me Live. Fuck the System Live. Beat the Bastards Live. The album sold over copies Punk is Dead On it's initial release amid the trendy scoffing the album did actually receive a five star revieq from Sound's Gary Bushell, and a healthy spell in the indie charts, as well as making NO.
I Believe in Anarchy 3. What You Gonna Do Total playing time Album, , Secret Records. Tracklist - Re-issue in by Grand Slamm Records with a different cover and 1 bonustrack - Re-issue in by Dojo with 2 bonustracks - Re-issue in by Captain Oi with 12 bonustracks 1.
Punk's Not Dead 2. Mucky Pup 3. Cop Cars 4. Free Flight 5. Army Life 6. Blown to Bits 7. Sex and Violence 8. Dole Q Exploited Barmy Army Ripper Out of Control Son of a Copper I Believe in Anarchy Bonustrack Re-issue P Bonustracks Re-issue Dogs of War Daily News Oi! I Still Believe in Anarchy Oi! Army Life Single Version Crashed Out Exploited Barmy Army Single Version What You Gonna Do Blown to Bits Live Version Dead Cities Hitler's in the Charts Again Class War.
Live, , Self-Released. Cop Cars 2. Crashed Out 3. Dole Q 4. Dogs of War 5. Out of Control 7. Ripper 8. Fuck the Mods 9. Sex and Violence Punk's Not Dead Punks Not Dead peaked at no 20 on the UK charts in May of that year,  gave the band a national following in the United Kingdom and it was the top selling independent UK release. Supported by a tour with the Anti-Nowhere League , the album has underground success and is regarded as one of the definitive Oi!
The Exploited's song "Punks Not Dead" has symbolic significance for the punk movement. The Captain Oi! Punk rock, the end of our dreams After the intro, the band performs on a stage with Gary McCormack playing the bass guitar, Big John Duncan playing the electric guitar and Danny Heatley playing the drums. There are also occasionally clips of the band walking down the street in Scotland and are having a little fun before they walk in a building, possibly the building in which they are shown performing.
A brief interview begins after the song, in which Wattie explains his views on why punk music was still flourishing where he tells the interviewer "it never died!
The Exploited are not and have never been a fascist band. The use of the swastika was common in the late 70's as punks wanted to shock the older generation.Punks Not Dead is the debut studio album by the Scottish punk rock band The Exploited, released in April on Secret Records. Working class and loyal to the first impulses of the s punk movement, the album was a reaction to critics who believed the punk rock genre was dead, and went against popular trends such as new wave and post-punk.