Classic 1981 American punk comp gets re-released

Classic American punk compilation gets reerelease. The 1981 Public Service compilation featuring both Bad Religion and Red Kross is being reissued on 7”³ vinyl.    The compilation contains alternate versions of “Bad Religion”, “Drastic Actions” and “Slaves”, which first appear on their 1991 compilation album 80-85 and the remastered version of their classic 1982 debut “How Could Hell Be Any Worse”. The original versions are from their self-titled EP, which also came out in 1981. Aside from Bad Religion, thePublic Service compilation features songs by Redd Kross, RF7, Circle One and Disability. You can order the reissue at the Puke ”˜n Vomit online shop  – only 500 copies are being produced.

 

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  1. Which would all be great if, as it the link points out at the bottom they can’t ship to the UK . Or anywhere else in Europe, or anywhere else, period.

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