Newtown Neurotics - Kick Out The Tories! / Mindless Violence! (Vinyl)

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  1. Nov 24,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Newtown Neurotics: Kick Out The Tories: AUDIO Punk Vinyl YouTube Trent Reznor | Archetype of a Synthesizer - Duration: Moog Music Inc Recommended for you.
  2. Formed in in new town Harlow, The Newtown Neurotics are one of the most under rated but essential punk bands. Kick Out! is a 15 track round up of their first six singles taking in the years to The first two singles Hypocrite and When The Oil Runs Out were melodic nuggets released on their own No Wonder.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Kick Out The Tories! / Mindless Violence! on Discogs/5(9).
  4. The Newtown Neurotics began in the late '70s in Harlow (just north of London) as a brave trio who still thought punk could be something other than a spent force. Singer/guitarist Steve Drewett must have been inspired by early punk's willingness to discuss politics, as his socialist-flavored lyrics &.
  5. KICK OUT - The Newtown Neurotics Story. Documentary Screening with live performances from Newtown Neurotics, Attila the Stockbroker and more, hosted by Steve Lamacq. Saturday 25th April Leytonstone Ballroom, The Red Lion, Leytonstone High Road, E11 3AA Doors 7pm On sale Thursday 31st October 9am.
  6. Punk Collection, a Compilation of songs by Newtown Neurotics. Released in on Captain Oi! (catalog no. AHOY CD ; CD). Genres: Punk Rock.
  7. NEWTOWN NEUROTICS - Kick It! LP: Formed in in new town Harlow, The Newtown Neurotics are one of the most under rated but essential punk bands. Kick Out! is a 15 track round up of their first six singles taking in the years to The first two singles Hypocrite and When The Oil Runs Out were melodic nuggets released on their own No Wonder label.
  8. The full-length, Beggars Can Be Choosers, was The Newtown Neurotics' blistering, blazing statement of intent. It was also perhaps the most out-of-step and utterly bizarre punk record England produced that year–simply for being the most ordinary one. I first heard The Newtown Neurotics as a high-school kid in Denver in the late '80s.

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