The Enemy – Bang Bang You’re Dead 7″



The TV Eye // Drummer sure left with a bang! So I’ll leave you all with The Enemys second killer 7inch Bang Bang You’re Dead! I will now go full time on my hunt for Rob Noxious, lewdsnot, zoloft_anaconda, Guy Robert Archambue.


Thanks for all the support and a Happy New Year!


Country: USA
Year: 1979
Label: King Tut
Format: 7″
Bang Bang You’re Dead.mp3
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19,170 Responses to The Enemy – Bang Bang You’re Dead 7″

  1. Erich says:

    Nice one, but gets on my nerves after a third play.

  2. The Flakes // Drummer says:

    Amazing record! One the best posts in a long time. I can play this over and over again. Thank you!

  3. lenny says:

    they who know music will get how great this record really are. at total classic.

  4. Anonymous says:

    so this one was produced by Norman Durkee of HELEN KELLER and designed by Steven Bialer of SHIRKERS ??

  5. John COA says:

    This Rob Noxious that is brought up here on a regular basis… would anyone happen to know if he is from San Diego, California? I am also rather positive he was in the Shitgivits.?.?

    If it is one in the same, I am sad to report he passed away a couple of months ago.

  6. Jonny says:

    holy fucking cow. no words can describe the greatness of this record. thanks!!!!!!

  7. Bargleglam says:

    Any more info on this is appreciated, i.e. band, label, etc.


  8. Maria says:

    I have this 7” in fairly good condition, no sleeve. Interested?

  9. Suzanne says:

    To Maria:
    I may be interested in your 7″. Details? Location? Price?

  10. Cult Hero says:

    The guy who produced this is the brains behind the Helen Keller single !!

  11. Dirk says:

    Does anybody know about an LP of theirs that was pressed but never sold and some guy supposedly has a pile of cutouts he tried to sell on European record fairs a while back?

  12. This is one of the last records I recorded and mixed before taking a decade break from the music biz. Imagine a million disco tunes filling the airwaves – then this. Durkee asked me on this session – fun, dug the energy and the beat, fast recording, great band – it helped pound a nail in the coffin of “four on the floor” shiny suit disco. Go punk!

  13. Peter Barnes says:

    I was (still am?) the drummer for The Enemy. Marc is right, this was a very fun session. I do have info about the band and we have some really great material looking for a label to finally get it out there. contact me if you are interested in anything here.

  14. Deus ex Machina says:

    This was the last Enemy record before they switched gears and became Big Fun. It’s a good record but lacks the energy and drive of their first single “Want Me”. I seriously doubt the story of an Enemy LP … if it was pressed then there was a market for it in Seattle at the time and I haven’t seen a single copy.

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