Saturday, January 3, 2009

Charged GBH - Leather, Bristles, Studs and Acne

Charged GBH (also known only by GBH) is a group of punk rock and hardcore punk formed in Britain in 1978. They are considered pioneers of punk rock in the UK, along with bands like Discharge, Broken Bones, The Exploited, The Varukers and Shock Fleet.
They are famous thanks to successes in the world punk as: "Sick Boy," "Give Me Fire," "Big Women", "No Survivors", "Alcohol", "Self Destruction" and "Crush 'Em." The band began his career in 1978 with the name GBH, causing great impact on the English punk scene and are signing as a leading names in the second season of punk rock. From Stoke On Trent, the city's band Discharge, the Charged GBH had his initial training in the singer Cal (Colin Abrahall), the guitar Colin (Jock) Blyth, the bassist Sean and battery Mr Wilf (Andrew Williams). The bassist Sean was only for two concerts with the band, being immediately replaced by Ross Lomas. The band changed its name to Charged GBH after discovering it had another band with the name GBH. It was the name GBH schools because according to British law there are many levels of crime to others and that one person can be sentenced differently, and if one of those arrested for crimes. There is the ABH (Actual Bodiy Harm, or physical damage Real), which is applied to people who for example break the nose of another person with a punch. ABH emerged from a branch, known as GBH (Grievous Bodily Harm, or severe physical damage), which is applied to more serious crimes or offenses and levels that could endanger human life. The "Leather, Bristles, Studs ans Acne" was the first single of GBH launched in 1981.

Genre: Punk
Year: 1981


01.Race Against Time
02. Knife Edge
03. Lycanthropy
04. Necrophillia
05. State Executioner
06. Dead On Arrival
07. Generals
08. Freak
09. Alcohol
10. No Survivors
11. Self Destruct
12. Big Women
13. Sick Boy
14. Slit Your Own Throat
15. Am I Dead Yet?


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