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Napalm Death – ‘Death Ban The Bomb

They may still make a racket sent straight from hell itself, but Napalm Death are actually all about peace and love these days. Believe it, writes Alison B by Alison B, first published in LondonTourdates #035 ,14th November 2008


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Lyric sheet for ‘Scum’

Lyrics for 'Scum' with extra 'You Suffer' line - 'You suffer, but why? / because you're fucking stupid'.


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Nic Bullen & Miles Ratledge

In 1980 the Birmingham Mail ran a story about the zine Nic and Miles made when they were 12 years old, Antisocial zine. This is the original photograph that was used with that story.


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Donington ‘Monsters of Rock’ Festival Programme (1980)

Programme from the first ever Donington 'Monsters of Rock' Festival (1980) which took place on August 16. Included on the bill were: Rainbow, Scorpions, April Wine, Judas Priest, Saxon (who recorded as the semi-official live album Donnington: The Live Tracks), Riot, Touch etc.


Napalm Death – Rare Compilation EP featuring rare tracks from 86-88 – 7″

Tracklisting: Side 1: (From S.O.B Split 7″) Multinational Corporations Pt. 2 Re-Address The Problem Changing Colours From Ashes Understanding Stalemate (From Curse 7″) Musclehead Your Achievement Dead Morbid Deceiver Side 2: The Traitor (Live in Birmingham, UK ’86) Deceiver (w/ Swanky’s Intro – Live in Wakkon, Belgium ’87) Retreat To Nowhere (Studio Recording w/ Dorrian and Steer) Life (Studio Recording w/ Dorrian and .
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