The Commited – Crash Victim E.P. 7″

These lads thought the commited was a good name for a band, but when it was time to record it turned out not all members were so commited as the bass player just left the band before they hit the studio giving the new member no time to learn the songs, so instead of playing a four stinged guitar he added backing vocals. And the lead guitarist didn’t want to take a day off from work, so he never showed up. Good thing the end result turned out great anyway, but too bad the band didn’t have enough money for a sleeve.

Country: UK
Year: 1979
Label: Ace
Format: 7″
Songs:
Crash victim.mp3
British crimes.mp3
Fast lane.mp3
Advertising.mp3

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11 Responses to The Commited – Crash Victim E.P. 7″

  1. WildDevilMan says:

    damn cool record, can’t download track 4, server problem, ?????

  2. ian says:

    sometimes you just cant argue w plodding meat & potatoes brit-punk – cool stuff! British Crime sounds like a lost Subhumans song! btw -whens that ‘sad day we left the croft’ post coming? ;)

  3. Stig Dangerman says:

    Weirdly I’m kind of craving hardcore. My joke power violence band Bashar al-raped-Ass-ad is threatening to put out a single.

  4. WildDevilMan says:

    Got it, sometimes the office is good.

  5. Chano says:

    Sloppy yet pretty good. The guitar sound is very enjoyable. My fave song is “British Crimes”. Thanks!

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