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|Single by The Damned|
|from the album Strawberries|
|Label|| Bronze |
|Songwriter(s)||Scabies, Sensible, Vanian, Gray|
|The Damned singles chronology|
"Generals" is a single by the Damned, released in November 1982 on Bronze Records.
Like its parent album, it featured increased experimentation, with a piano-led sound and the addition of brass to the band's typical punk rock blend. The song followed the thoughtful material on the album, commenting on the true losers in war.
The song was the band's last release on Bronze, who would drop the band when they hit financial difficulties. For their part, the Damned were never happy with the marketing they received, believing the label had no idea how to promote them. It would also be their last release with Paul Gray, who would leave the band on the eve of their 1983 tour.
The Damned are an English rock band formed in London, England, in 1976 by lead vocalist Dave Vanian, guitarist Brian James, bassist Captain Sensible, and drummer Rat Scabies. They were the first punk rock band from the United Kingdom to release a single, "New Rose" (1976), release an album, Damned Damned Damned (1977), and tour the United States. They have nine singles that charted on the UK Singles Chart Top 40.
Strawberries is the fifth studio album by English punk rock band the Damned. It was released in October 1982 by record label Bronze.
Phantasmagoria is the sixth album by the Damned, released by MCA in July 1985. Special editions were available on white vinyl or picture disc; some versions included a free 12" of their No. 3 hit "Eloise".
"Little Miss Disaster" is a song by punk rock band the Damned, released 1 December 2005 on their own Lively Arts label. It was the band’s first single release since "Shut It" in 1996.
"Thanks for the Night" is a single by the Damned, released in May 1984.
"Love Song" is a single by the Damned, released in April 1979. It was the first fruit of the reformed lineup's deal with Chiswick Records, boosted by four variant picture sleeves, each one featuring a member of the band, with an additional 20,000 copies pressed on red vinyl. Combined with radio airplay and a catchy song, this yielded the Damned's first hit, peaking at No. 20 in the UK Singles Chart, and leading to the band's debut on Top of the Pops.
"There Ain't No Sanity Clause" was a single by the Damned, released in November 1980.
"Lovely Money" is a single by The Damned, originally released 18 June 1982.
"Dozen Girls" is a single by the Damned, released 17 September 1982 on Bronze Records.
"Grimly Fiendish" is a single by the Damned, released in 1985.
"Is It a Dream?" was a single by the Damned, released 9 September 1985 on MCA.
"Anything" is a single by the Damned, released 6 November 1986 on MCA.
"Gigolo" was a single by the Damned, released 23 January 1987 on the MCA label.
"In Dulce Decorum" was a single by the Damned, released 16 November 1987 on the MCA label.
"Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde" is a single by the Damned, released on 13 February 1981.
"Wait for the Blackout" is a single by The Damned. Initially, Chiswick issued Wait for the Blackout instead of The History of the World Part 1 as a single to promote The Black Album in Spain, with "Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde" as the B-side.
"Lively Arts" is a single released by The Damned.
The Light at the End of the Tunnel is a double compilation album by the Damned, released by MCA in 1987 as a retrospective collection. The same name was also given to a concurrently released video cassette and an approved band biography by Carol Clerk.
"Live at Newcastle" is a live album by The Damned, released in 1983.