Peter And The Test Tube Babies – Pissed And Proud – Cassette
Century Media 1982/1994
Pissed and Proud is an album of live recordings by English punk rock band, Peter and the Test Tube Babies. It was originally released in 1982 on No Future Records and was recorded at three different venues – Hammersmith, Wood Green, and their hometown, Brighton – during the August bank holiday of 1982.
Pissed and Proud is a cassette tape by the British punk rock band Peter and the Test Tube Babies, released in 1982. The album is a classic of the British punk rock genre, and is widely regarded as one of the band’s best works.
The album’s title track, “Pissed and Proud,” sets the tone with its fast-paced, raucous energy and politically charged lyrics. The album’s other tracks continue in this vein, with songs like “Moped Lads” and “Transvestite” addressing issues of class struggle, social alienation, and the absurdity of modern life.
Musically, the album is notable for its catchy, sing-along choruses and infectious guitar riffs, which are delivered with a raw, unpolished sound that reflects the band’s DIY ethos. The cassette tape captures the band’s live energy well, with a mix that emphasizes the rough-and-tumble vibe of the band’s performances.
The cassette tape’s packaging is also noteworthy, featuring a distinctive cover design that incorporates the band’s logo and a bold, graphic style. The tape’s overall aesthetic reflects the band’s irreverent, politically charged approach to punk rock, and its message of rebellion and resistance.
Pissed and Proud is a classic of the British punk rock genre, and a must-listen for fans of the era’s music. The album’s combination of catchy hooks, politically charged lyrics, and raw energy has made it a touchstone for generations of punk fans, and its message of rebellion and resistance remains as relevant today as it was in 1982.
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