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|Single by The Damned|
|from the album The Black Album|
|B-side||"Teenage Dream" (Live)|
|Released||10 October 1982|
|Genre||New wave, art punk, post-punk|
|Label|| Big Beat |
|Songwriter(s)||Scabies, Sensible, Vanian, Gray|
|The Damned singles chronology|
"Lively Arts" is a single released by The Damned.
Big Beat, budget imprint of Chiswick Records, followed up their belated release of "Wait for the Blackout" as a single with the release of another track from The Black Album , "Lively Arts". Like all of Big Beat's Damned reissues, the single failed to chart, not helped by the band not promoting it (they had recently released the new LP Strawberries on Bronze Records) and partly due to the track having been available on the album for
Bonus Track on 10"/12" single: -
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.
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"Smash It Up" is a song by The Damned, released as a single on 28 September 1979 on Chiswick Records. It is considered to be the band's unofficial anthem.
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