The Vibrators – Automatic Lover 7″


I want to post something but not in the mood for writing. So why not post yet another big punk band with a sleeve variation? It’s the italian version of the already fantastic looking UK sleeve. Or is this the rarer DUTCH sleeve agin???????? Automatic Lover…one of my top punk/powerpop songs of all time. Destroy is a goosely goose bump of a song too. Both tracks lifted off their second and best fullength V2. The LP that made me start my solo band in 1990. Of course it wasn’t as good as Vibrators ha ha. But I wanted to achieve that amazing 4/4 beat sound from V2. Just listen to the perfect mix of hi-hat and snare.

Country: UK
Year: 1978
Label: Epic
Format: 7″
Songs:
Automatic Lover.mp3
Destroy.mp3

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13 Responses to The Vibrators – Automatic Lover 7″

  1. Senap says:

    Great! Is this the dutch sleeve?

  2. Roberto says:

    yeah,the best disco-punk band in the world…

  3. Levi Johnston says:

    This is great, but aren’t these rips second-rate compared to those of a certain Swiss man known for his knowledge of cheese, banking, watches/clocks and feathered hair?

  4. Richard says:

    Yeah. One of the big ones. Automatic Lover is one of my fav ones…the other track is a killer one too.

  5. Saint Ernie says:

    Automatic Lover is great!!

  6. Erich says:

    I heard there’s an italian sleeve variation of the dutch sleeve variation of this white bread variation of punk.

  7. Steve says:

    Mamma Mia! Never seen this Italian sleeve before. : ) I don’t have to download the single to know how great these songs are. I still own V2. : )

  8. Jay Thurston says:

    Is this the Danish sleeve??

  9. Anonymous says:

    This is kinda like Allena, no?

  10. WANKSPLAT says:

    If anyone can get hold of Babies in jars by John Ellis I would be REALLY impressed!

  11. Nathan.G says:

    I think G.G. Allin may have heard “Destroy”!!

  12. sir hake says:

    this was 78 rar punk energy 5years later he makes the great guilty album a little bit the answer to the fantastic to though to die album by the ramones the energy of this band is in 2011 a monument of real old punk or so.thank you kbd.

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