The Damned – Final Damnation – Cassette
The Damned Reunion Concert
London Town & Country Club 13 June 1988
Final Damnation is a live album by the British punk rock band The Damned. Released in 1989, it captures their energetic and raw performance at the final show of their 1988 “Anything” tour.
The Damned, formed in 1976, are one of the pioneering bands of the punk rock genre and have been known for their influential and often chaotic live performances. “Final Damnation” showcases the band’s high-energy stage presence and their ability to deliver their punk anthems with intensity.
The album features a selection of songs from different eras of The Damned’s discography, including tracks from their early punk rock days as well as songs from their more gothic and alternative rock-influenced period. The band’s signature sound, characterized by catchy guitar riffs, driving rhythms, and frontman Dave Vanian’s distinctive vocals, is on full display.
Standout tracks from “Final Damnation” include “New Rose,” “Neat Neat Neat,” “Love Song,” and “Smash It Up.” These songs showcase The Damned’s energetic and rebellious spirit, capturing the essence of their punk rock legacy.
Final Damnation received positive reviews from fans and critics alike, who praised its raw energy and the band’s tight performance. It serves as a testament to The Damned’s lasting impact on the punk rock scene and their ability to ignite audiences with their live shows.
For fans of punk rock and The Damned, “Final Damnation” offers a thrilling and nostalgic live experience. It captures the essence of the band’s live performances and serves as a reminder of their influential role in the punk rock movement.
Brand new, never played and still sealed in the factory plastic with a promo cut in the spine
See Her Tonight
Neat Neat Neat
Born To Kill
I Feel Alright
I Just Can’t Be Happy Today
Wait For The Blackout
Noise Noise Noise
Smash It Up
Looking At You