On Machine Gun Etiquette, The Damned reformed to produce a contrasting album of not so serious two minute classics (see Love Song, Melody Lee etc.) to some more complex tracks such as 'Plan 9 Channel 7' and 'I Just Can't Be Happy Today'.
Background. The album was the group's first since reforming with a new lineup of Dave Vanian on vocals, Captain Sensible on lead guitar, Rat Scabies on drums and Algy Ward on bass guitar. On Machine Gun Etiquette, the band brought more variety to their usual punk rock to add wide-ranging pop rock.. The voice at the album's start is Jack Howarth, taken from his album 'Ow Do, a recording .
The Damned's classic third album Machine Gun Etiquette was issued by a different Damned to that which made 's Damned Damned Damned and Music For isbarseehosurderalmotarmantmicom.co split in early and guitarist/main songwriter Brian James set off to pastures new. On reforming, bassist Captain Sensible switched to guitar, his main instrument.
7. Plan 9 Channel [Side 2] 8. Noise, Noise, Noise 9. Looking At You Liar Smash It Up Part 1 Smash It Up (Part 2) Tracks 1 to 11 are their 3rd studio album "Machine Gun Etiquette" - released 2 November in the UK only on Chiswick Records CWK Produced by ROGER ARMSTRONG and THE DAMNED - the LP peaked at No. 31 on the UK album charts/5().
Machine Gun Etiquette is the third studio album by English punk rock band the Damned. The album was the group's first since reforming with Dave Vanian on vocals, Captain Sensible on lead guitar, Rat Scabies on drums and Algy Ward on bass guitar.
Nov 02, · On November 2nd, The Damned released their third studio album “Machine Gun Etiquette”.. Following their previous LP’s Damned, Damned Damned, and Music for Pleasure which helped defined punk, and became part of the soundtrack of the summer of hate (), the record was the first one without founding guitarist Brian James Yet despite his departure for The Lords of the New .