Friday, February 22, 2013

The Exploited

The Exploited - Live On Stage 1981
The Exploited - Punks Not Dead 1981
The Exploited - Live And Loud! 1981/1987
The Exploited - Troops Of Tomorrow 1982
The Exploited - Let's Start A War...Said Maggie One Day 1983
The Exploited - Don't Forget The Chaos 1983/1984
The Exploited - Horror Epics 1985
The Exploited - Live At The Whitehouse 1985
The Exploited - Death Before Dishonour 1987
The Exploited - The Massacre 1990
The Exploited - Beat The Bastards 1996
The Exploited - Fuck The System 2003
01. The Exploited - Live On Stage, 1981 CD
     Dojo Limited - LOMA CD2
02. The Exploited - Punks Not Dead, 1981 LP
     The Exploited Record Company - SECRET 1
03. The Exploited - Live And Loud!, 1981/1987 CD
     Link Records - LINK CD 018
04. The Exploited - Troops Of Tomorrow, 1982 CD
     Snapper Music - SMMCD 529
05. The Exploited - Let's Start A War...Said Maggie One Day, 1983 CD
     Pax Records - PAX 18
06. The Exploited - Don't Forget The Chaos, 1983/1984 CD
     Cleopatra - Clp 1253-2
     1-2: studio 1984, 2-18: live at Leeds 1983
07. The Exploited - Horror Epics, 1985 CD
     Combat - 88561-8206-1
08. The Exploited - Live At The Whitehouse, 1985 CD
     Dojo Limited - LOMA CD2
09. The Exploited - Death Before Dishonour, 1987 CD
     Rough Justice - CD JUST 6
     13-16: Jesus Is Dead 12'', 17-19: War Now 12''
10. The Exploited - The Massacre, 1990 CD
     Rough Justice - CDJUST 15
11. The Exploited - Beat The Bastards, 1996 CD
     Rough Justice - CD JUST 22
12. The Exploited - Fuck The System, 2003 CD
     Spitfire Records - SPT-15233-2
Oï! The request that could no longer be delayed: here comes the spitting flag of primitive punk destruction. One Saturday afternoon around the time of the crowning of Charlemagne, I helped my mother with the groceries and picked Troops Of Tomorrow at the local supermarket because there were zombies on the front cover and because it was released (in my corner of the universe) on the same label as Saxon, which I was already an infinite fan of (and still am). And then I was totally blown away by all the rage and chainsaws on that record. As raw and obnoxious as No Sleep Til Hammersmith! Everything louder than everything else! I hadn't heard Discharge yet, but even after that ritual had been accomplished, the Exploited have remained a constant and guilty pleasure. Troops and Let's Start A War are completely unavoidable street punk classics, but every other entry in their discography is a must too. The grafting of metal riffs make The Massacre and especially Beat The Bastard incredibly killer crossover albums, bang that head that doesn't bang! The Exploited forever motörizerrezer!!!
!ZER The Exploited ZER!
Remove brackets and unzip: [zer of tomorrow]
Sorry, I don't know where my Computers Don't Blunder 7" is, so click here:


  1. Tiens javais ca si ca vous tente Le Cd -live in Japan 1994:

    Pis -Computers Don't Blunder 7" :

  2. thanx a lot....killer band in all their eras...rock on man




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