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One of the most legendary and longest lasting of English anarcho-punk acts, Chaos UK was formed in the southwest fishing port town of Portishead, near Bristol, in 1979, their lightning-speed protest anthems leading to top-ranking status internationally, most especially in Japan, where they influenced a range of emerging local hardcore bands. This compilation gathers the best of their Japan singles issued in the 1990s and early-2000s, including the "King For A Day," "Kanpai," "Making Half A Killing" and "The Dangerous Study" EPs, as well as bonus tracks culled from the Punk's Not Dead compilation. Absolutely essential Chaos!
One of the most legendary and longest lasting of English anarcho-punk acts, Chaos UK was formed in the southwest fishing port town of Portishead, near Bristol, in 1979, their lightning-speed protest anthems leading to top-ranking status internationally, most especially in Japan, where they influenced a range of emerging local hardcore bands. This compilation gathers the best of their Japan singles issued in the 1990s and early-2000s, including the "King For A Day," "Kanpai," "Making Half A Killing" and "The Dangerous Study" EPs, as well as bonus tracks culled from the Punk's Not Dead compilation. Absolutely essential Chaos!
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Kings For A Day (Vinyl Japan Years: 1991-2001)
Artist: Chaos U.K.
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $29.98
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One of the most legendary and longest lasting of English anarcho-punk acts, Chaos UK was formed in the southwest fishing port town of Portishead, near Bristol, in 1979, their lightning-speed protest anthems leading to top-ranking status internationally, most especially in Japan, where they influenced a range of emerging local hardcore bands. This compilation gathers the best of their Japan singles issued in the 1990s and early-2000s, including the "King For A Day," "Kanpai," "Making Half A Killing" and "The Dangerous Study" EPs, as well as bonus tracks culled from the Punk's Not Dead compilation. Absolutely essential Chaos!
        
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