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Music for Pleasure

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The Damned 5/6/2016

Review

Produced, for numerous arcane reasons, by Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason, the second Damned album, Music for Pleasure, was considered a disaster at the time and led to their being dropped from Stiff and their first break-up. In retrospect, however, it's quite a respectable punk artifact, though the Damned themselves rejected it and never performed any of its songs again. More a historical document than a great LP, Music for Pleasure's highlights include "Politics," "Alone," "Your Eyes," and "Creep (You Can't Fool Me)." There's some great Lol Coxhill sax wailing on "You Know," and Beatles completists will be interested in the band's cover of "Help." Not essential, but a good solid album for collectors of '70s punk. ~ Rovi Staff
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Problem Child The Damned 2:11
  3. 2 Don't Cry Wolf The Damned 3:10
  4. 3 One Way Love The Damned 3:41
  5. 4 Politics The Damned 2:23
  6. 5 Stretcher Case The Damned 1:52
  7. 6 Idiot Box The Damned 4:54
  8. 7 You Take My Money The Damned 1:58
  9. 8 Alone The Damned 3:32
  10. 9 Your Eyes The Damned 2:48
  11. 10 Creep (You Can't Fool Me) The Damned 2:13
  12. 11 You Know The Damned 5:0
  13. 12 [Untitled] The Damned null:null

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