on 16 April 2014
Just bought this album with the DVD as it's just been rereleased. All I can say its fantastic! Loud hard and fast! That's what I want from punk rock, brain bashing. Played in the car at full volume it's liberating. The louder the better!! The bootleg DVD is brilliant, loud and fast. I love hard fast music.
Best wishes to Wattie after his recent on stage heart attack.
on 7 October 2008
been into the exploited for nearly 20 years. however, i am new to this album. wish i had heard it sooner.
wattie seems more angry than ever before...and that's how i like it! it is probably the most aggressive album that has ever been made by any band.
if you want a full-on album to help you let off some steam then this is it.
i am addicted to it!
choice cuts 'beat the bastards', 'police tv', 'fightback'.
oh, some amusing samples, too!
on 8 November 2015
Great album; possibly not quite as good as 1990's The Massacre in terms of songs but the musicianship (yes even on a crossover thrash/punk album) and the production are top notch; you can clearly hear all the instruments, love how upfront the bass guitar is. Makes a total mockery of statements that bands like this cant play! Really tight and the vocals are real paint strippers.
Title track is an absoluter belter with a stomper of a riff. Probably best song but the whole album is solid from start to finish
Just when are we getting a new album, Wattie & co??
on 2 August 2004
Please scrape my brains off the wall with a spatula! This is the mighty punk legends The Exploited like you have never heard them before! This is a full Heavy Metal onslaught that does not allow time to breathe! This album is not for the faint at heart, its for people who are in need of a complete mosh masterpiece! It will make your eyes water, your ears bleed and will leave your head spinning for days! Forget any kind of so called Metal you have heard before this is the real stuff! This shows the Exploited's true talent! 13 tracks each as monstorous as the last.......... This album has everything Thunderous riffs, Howling guitar solos, Roaring vocals and Ground shaking basslines! There's 'Beat the Bastards', the catchy title track that you'll be singing along to in no time! 'Dont Blame Me' with its echoing bassline and screaming guitar solo. They lie is a speed metal classic along with Sea of Blood "Murder is the name of the game now, Psycho is my Occupation! If your looking for an album to satisfy your every musical need you cant go wrong in spending your hard earned money on this true Masterpiece of an album!
Dont Forget: Play Loud, Play Very Loud!
on 21 February 2002
this is good stuff. hardcore at its true best. some of these riffs could throw even the mighty ozzy back. but, its a but repetetive, but still well worth a good listen. must be hardcore classic. but the best album still is "punks not dead", thats the real exploited