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CROCODILE GOD 'Thirteen' LP (Crackle 025.5)
The first Crackle release for fourteen years and a split with Brassneck Records from Cardiff. 300 copies on ORANGE vinyl. Thirteen more killer songs from our favourite Liverpool band EVER. If anything, they’ve just got faster and even catchier since the last release on Crackle. If you’ve ever liked Bracket, Sicko. Snuff EARLY snotty Green Day or Dillinger Four, you need to add this to your collection!
CROCODILE GOD 'No Regrets' CD (Crackle 025)
Crocodile God are a Liverpool based Buzzcocks meets early Green Day-on-speed, dealing in three chord hook-laden punk rock songs. This release contains seven brand new tracks and three bonus demo tracks. Faster and catchier than ever ... You'll be singing the choruses for days. In jewel case with eight page lyric booklet and double-sided backcard. "Fast pacing, smooth as silk vocals, and lots of three chord balls to the wall guitars. Fits right in with Chopper and Skimmer as British pop punk genius" Shredding Paper.
SERVO 'Everything: The Complete Recordings 1997-2000' CD (Crackle 024)
Servo burned brightly over a four year period, playing fast, melodic punk rock in the vein of Leatherface and Hooton 3 Car. Andy, the guitarist, was previously in Gan and dONfISHER. This 29 track compilation collects everything they recorded. 16 of the tracks appear for the first time on CD. It contains all the songs from the Everything’s Difficult CD, the Blueprint 7” EP and the Now We Are Six 7” EP on Crackle. It also collects tracks from two Split 7” EPs on Rumblestrip and Snuffy Smile, a compilation appearance on Snuffy Smile and four unreleased studio recordings. The cover contains a history of the band, pictures, flyers and a fully illustrated discography.
CROCODILE GOD 'Two Weeks: The Complete Recordings 1994-1999' CD (Crackle 023)
Crocodile God are a Liverpool based Buzzcocks meets Green Day-on-speed, dealing in three chord hook-laden punk rock songs about everyday life and this 45 track compilation collects everything they recorded from 1994 -1999. 43 of the tracks appear for the first time on CD. It contains all the songs from the rare debut Two Days EP and Old John Mac LP on their own label Big Fella Records, the Boss 7” EP, Mind The Cat 7” EP, Ladders 7” EP and Stella LP on Crackle, together with a long-lost compilation appearance. The cover contains a history of the band, pictures, flyers and a fully illustrated discography.
SKIMMER 'Smitten (The Complete Recordings 1993-1999)' 2xCD (Crackle 022)
Skimmer formed from the ashes of The Sect. Their energetic bubblegum pop punk blasts have a great rawness to them, killer vocal harmonies and guitars turned up to eleven. This 53 track compilation collects everything they recorded up to the album “Still”. It contains all the songs from the five 7” EPs, one split 7” EP and the Vexed LP on Crackle as well as tracks from obscure Japanese and English compilation CDs, a Junk Records 7” and two Snuffy Smile Split 7” EPs. The songs are returned to original session order for the first time on CD, and early demo tracks are also included. The cover contains a history of the band, pictures, flyers and a fully illustrated discography.
CHOPPER 'Static: The Complete Recordings 1994-1998' 2xCD (Crackle 021)
Chopper recorded great catchy punked pop songs over a five year period. This 42 track compilation collects everything they recorded. It contains all the songs from the four 7” EPs, two split 7” EPs and the Last Call For The Dancers LP on Crackle as well as tracks from German, Japanese and Australian compilation CDs, a Fierce Panda compilation 7” and a Snuffy Smile Split 7” EP. The songs are returned to original session order for the first time on CD, and unreleased session out-takes are also included. The cover contains a history of the band, pictures, flyers and a fully illustrated discography
MILLOY 'More Than A Machine' CD (Crackle 020)
The debut full length album from one of the best bands to emerge from the UK punk scene. Ten intense songs, each one an absolute killer. Milloy play loud, impassioned catchy punk rock songs that burn with a melodic ferocity rarely heard on this side of the Atlantic since Leatherface and Snuff surfaced in the late 80's. Milloy come of age and this release ROCKS from start to finish.
DRIVEWAY SPEEDING 'Reasons Are Not Answers' CD (Crackle 019)
The debut 7 track release for Driveway Speeding from Basingstoke / Brighton contains seven fantastically addictive songs with elements of that great UK sound (Leatherface, Broccoli, Hooton 3 Car ) and then adds something new. Trust us when we say these tunes will not leave your head once heard ... all in the finest Crackle tradition of course! Ex- Servo, Ranger Smith & Ohno Express members.
SKIMMER 'Still' CD (Crackle 018)
Skimmer are here with their best, most urgent album yet. It's loud, it's raw, it's catchy as hell. A dual guitar assault and great harmonies. 15 summertime bubblegum punk blasts crash by in barely half an hour. For fans of The Descendents, Buzzcocks, Ramones, Briefs, Queers, Dirtnap Records, Bracket and Snuff. "Skimmer rules, like you don't know. Yeh, they rule at the kind of supa-pop, supa-harmony, super-chugged guitar glee, they've managed to fit on this album ... just great summertime bubblegum punk blasts. Easily one of our fave UK bands, and one of the best live bands on the current scene, they blend semi-Snuff, semi-early Lemonheads and a big mix of all that's great about Ramones fans getting popped out and turning up the amps. Cool . If you got into music for power, melody, clever songwriting, blazing gtrs and great vocals then Skimmer are the boys for you" (Real Overdose).
ONE CAR PILE-UP 'Worst Episode Ever' CD (Crackle 017)
Fed up with recording studios that never gave them the sound they wanted, One Car Pile-Up decided to do it themselves. They worked long and hard to record this album 100% DIY, from saving up t-shirt and gig money in order to buy microphones, to renting an old industrial unit in which to record, to learning how to use recording and mixing software from scratch. The result is an album with guitars full up in the mix that the band is happy with. The One Car Pile-Up sound is a cocktail of early NOFX; the political bite, satire and anger of Propagandhi and a healthy dash of classic British pop punk. Intelligent lyrics deal with topics such as working for the boss, dead end towns, revolution, death, suicide, government lies and relationships. Through all this, the band maintains a healthy sense of humour and perspective in the lyrics, sleeve notes and song explanations. The CD contains 11 brand new tracks plus 7 bonus tracks which are totally new recordings of now long-deleted vinyl only 7" EPs on Crackle Records and Damaged Goods Records.
MILLOY / THE LEIF ERICSSON 'Split' LP / CD (Crackle 016.5)
An incendiary 8 track split release. Wakefield's Milloy previously produced two blistering CDs on Crackle, immediately establishing themselves as one of the most popular underground new British punk bands. Manchester's The Leif Ericsson play catchy punk rock with a raw edge, reminiscent of early Jawbreaker jamming with Grover and Hot Water Music, and this is their only Crackle release. The LP comes with a lovely double sided 11" glossy insert.
HOOTON 3 CAR 'Recordings 1994-1998' 2xCD (Crackle 016)
This 43 track double CD contains all the songs from the debut 12" EP, 4 UK 7"s, 3 split Japanese 7"s and the 3 albums "Cramp Like A Fox", "Monkey Mayor" and "Ginky". Their contemporaries at the time were Leatherface, Broccoli and Chopper in a vibrant UK melodic punk scene, although they had their own distinct guitar-driven sound also grabbing influences from US bands such as The Moving Targets. The cover is an eight page fold out containing writings from all four members of the band, pictures and a full discography. Hooton 3 Car played with numerous bands over the years, touring extensively in the UK, Japan & mainland Europe. They recorded three John Peel Sessions for Radio One and their single "Danny" graced Peel's Record Box.
PANIC 'When Monsters Move' CD (Crackle 015)
"Panic has the Weasel/Queers thing down and adds a few pop hooks to the formula. What I like about them are the vocals, with venom and snottiness and some pretty clever lyrics about burning bridges, being downsized and learning that one has to figure shit out on your own. The guitars are full of distorted pop noise and really drive the songs in the proper high treble direction. Who can go wrong with another Crackle! masterpiece." (Shredding Paper). 6 tracks.
PANIC 'Get Well' CD (Crackle 014)
"While other UK bands have fallen by the wayside, or even worse, disappeared up their own musical arses, Panic have remained true to their original ideas and of course, to their collective love of the Ramones! "Get Well" has the usual Ramones/Queers/Screeching Weasel influences, but this time Panic have broadened their sound and produced a collection of insanely catchy pop-punk songs." 14 tracks.
MILLOY 'Autodrivel' CD (Crackle 011)
"Quite simply the best melodic UK punk band to have emerged in over twenty years. What makes them so special is that they've been influenced by the modern melodic hardcore acts - most notably Hot Water Music - but then absorbed it all into the classic late 70s UK punk sound to come up with something unique. Everything about the and screams class" (No Kind Of Superstar). "The coolest pop band to come from the UK in a damn long time ... incisive and pointed songwriting with a focus that's usually too much for so called punks to muster." (Punk Planet). 6 tracks, 23 minutes
OHNO EXPRESS/SOON 'Split' CD (Crackle 010)
Ohno Express includes Chris from Hooton 3 Car and Andy from Gan, Servo, Donfisher and Headsparks. Soon are from Japan and includes Takuro from Blew. 8 tracks.
DILLINGER FOUR 'This Shite Is Genius' CD (Crackle 008)
'Like Black Flag, Minor Threat, Naked Raygun and all those incredible bands of yesteryear, Dillinger Four are going to go down in history. Yes, they are THAT important ... From beginning to end this is just one fucking shit hot piece of punk rock ..." (Fracture). "Incredible is the word" (Vision On). A UK issue of this twelve track singles and comp tracks collection with suitably altered title!
CROCODILE GOD 'Stella' LP (Crackle 006)
"Fast pacing, smooth as silk vocals, and lots of three chord balls to the wall guitars. Fits right in with Chopper and Skimmer as British pop punk genius" (Shredding Paper). Comes with an eight page booklet.
SKIMMER 'Vexed' LP (Crackle 005)
"After a handful of great singles, Skimmer pull together a full length of catchy punk" (MRR). Fifteen smash hits and an extra surprise track, all flying by in a little over 30 minutes. Raw, fuzz guitar soaked pop punk.
This is the original black vinyl press, as a few were returned from an old mailorder.
SICKO 'You Are Not The Boss Of Me!' CD (Crackle 003)
Sicko come from the poppier side of Seattle and deliver incredibly catchy songs with a breathless intensity. 16 songs blaze by in 35 raw minutes and everyone is a sure-fire killer piece of punk-pop. Includes an extra track, a cover of the Misfits' "Astro Zombies".