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Anti-Nowhere League
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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1997 album for the Impact Records lablel. Contains 11 tracks, including 'Fucked Up & Wasted', 'Suicide... Have YouTried' and a cover of Cher's 1971 smash 'Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves'.


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All Artists: Anti-Nowhere League
Title: Scum
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Pavement Records
Original Release Date: 8/11/1998
Release Date: 8/11/1998
Album Type: Import
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Style: Hardcore & Punk
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 769623228627


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1997 album for the Impact Records lablel. Contains 11 tracks, including 'Fucked Up & Wasted', 'Suicide... Have YouTried' and a cover of Cher's 1971 smash 'Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves'.

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Too late...but who cares!!!
(5 out of 5 stars)

"At long last the League turn out a worthy follow up to "We are the league", albeit 15 years too late!Unfortunately, after the success of their debut album lifted them to the status of the best Punk Rock Band on the planet, this bunch of old bikers decided to go all musical on us, when all we wanted was another classic punk album, and a band that stuck to their original ideals. This album is an absolute belter. Ripping up the pavement like the back wheel of Animal's Harley, it provides maximum entertainment for all those of us who lived life like the League back in the early eighties. "Chocolate Soldiers" proves that diversity doesn't have to mean going soft and selling out this time around.Animal's vocals sound just as angry and grating as previously. Magoo's guitar has regained its' "meat cleaver" ferocity. The absence of Winston Blake on bass is a shame, as he was one of the characters that created the original personality of the band. Thankfully, Beef, the lead guitarist adds more to the sound than his predecessor, Gilly, who just served to clutter the all-too-confused image of the band after the first album.All in all, a very cleverly written, and brilliantly produced (ie. not overly-produced), must-have album for anyone who loved the original band and anyone who wants a classic punk rock CD. Let's just hope this isn't the end of the story, Long Live The League!"
It's like a reunion album, but at the same time it's a whole
Steve | Kenosha, WI | 09/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Back in the mid 90s, Metallica had Animal (lead singer) to sing the infamous "So What" and after that, Metallica told him that he should get the league back together. the only members for this album were Animal and Magoo, every body else was new. anyways, enough abouth that, let's get on with the review. This is the League's third album. it's more like the early 80s League (for those who hated The Perfect Crime will not be disappointed), good songs, but I think that it's definitly not as good as their debut album. I just want to tell you fans out their that there will be a brand new album from Captain Oi. It's called Kings and Queens. But unfortunatley again the line up changed again as Animal, PJ, one of the guys from the Perfect Crime album and somebody new will be on this so it might be different."