- Performer Vibrators, The
- Title Pure Mania
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- Genre Other
- Size MP3 1539 mb
- Size FLAC 1242 mb
- Rating: 4.7
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Pure Mania boasts a bit more polish (and less politics) than many of the albums from punk's first graduating class (such as Damned Damned Damned or The Clash), but if you're looking for a strong, satisfying shot of chugging four-square punk, cue up "Yeah Yeah Yeah," "No Heart," "Petrol," or "Wrecked on You" and you'll be thrown. into a gleeful pogo frenzy. Maybe Pure Mania isn't purist's punk, but it's pure rock & roll, and there's nothing wrong with that.
Their debut album, Pure Mania was co-produced with Robin Mayhew, the sound engineer for David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust live shows, and reached the Top 50 of the UK Albums Chart Their follow-up album, V2, narrowly missed the UK Top 3. The band Stiff Little Fingers took its name from the Vibrators' song of the same title. The song was penned by John Ellis, and appeared on the Vibrators' debut album, Pure Mania. Second wave punk band The Exploited covered the Vibrators' song "Troops of Tomorrow" and used it as the title track for their 1982 album.
Pure Mania (CD, Album, RE, RP). Columbia. Pure Mania (LP, Album, RE, Whi). Let Them Eat Vinyl, Captain Oi! LETV138LP.
Pure Mania by The Vibrators, released 06 April 2016 1. Into The Future 2. Yeah Yeah Yeah 3. Sweet Sweet Heart 4. Keep It Clean 5. Baby Baby 6. No Heart 7. She’s Bringing You Down 8. Petrol 9. London Girls 10. You Broke My Heart 11. Whips & Furs 12. Stiff Little Fingers 13. Wrecked On You 14. I Need A Slave 1. Includes unlimited streaming of Pure Mania via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 2 days.
Album · 1976 · 15 Songs. The Best of the Vibrators. The Best of : 25 Years of Pure Mania. Punk Mania - Back to the Roots (Bonus Track Version).
The Epic Years 1976-78: 4set, Vibrators.