Release date: 11/17/2000
Genre: Post Punk
This archive collection by Crispy Ambulance includes both sides of the 10" single released on Factory (Fac 32) in 1980, all eight tracks from both radio sessions for Piccadilly Radio (July 1980) and John Peel (January 1981), plus seven late-period live songs taped in 1982 but never studio recorded.
72 minutes of music (all transferred from the original master tapes). Detailed liner notes in CD booklet.
1. Not What I Expected
3. Come On (Peel session)
4. Drug User/Drug Pusher (Peel session)
5. October 31st (Peel session)
6. Egypt (Peel session)
7. A Sense of Reason (Piccadilly session)
8. Eastern Bloc (Piccadilly session)
9. Concorde Square (Piccadilly session)
10. The Presence (Piccadilly session)
11. Headhunters (live)
12. Frozen Blood (live)
13. Turnbuckle (live)
14. The Gift of Danger (live)
15. Hollow Points (live)
16. The Grind (live)
17. Cult (rehearsal)
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