|Single by The Damned|
|from the album Not of This Earth|
|B-side||"Shut It (Album Version)"|
|Label|| Cleopatra |
|Songwriter(s)||Rat Scabies, Allan Lee Shaw|
|Producer(s)||David M Allen|
|The Damned singles chronology|
"Shut It" is a song by the Damned, released as a single in September 1996 on Cleopatra Records.
The song was released to promote the Not of This Earth album, recorded by a new lineup which featured longtime members Dave Vanian and Rat Scabies, and new members Kris Dollimore (guitar), Allan Lee Shaw (guitar) and Moose (bass).
The single was only released in the US.
In 1997, just one year after the release of the single, "Shut It" was remixed by Paul Raven and released as "Shut It (Paul Raven Remix)" on Cleopatra's Industrial Mix Machine compilation.
Bonus track on CD 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.
Christopher John Millar, known by his stage name Rat Scabies, is a musician best known as the drummer for English punk rock band the Damned.
Not of This Earth is the eighth studio album by The Damned. It is often called I'm Alright Jack & The Beanstalk.
Final Damnation is a live album by the Damned. The album was recorded at The Town & Country Club in London on 13 June 1988. It was originally released in August 1989 by Essential, and was later re-released on DVD.
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".
Molten Lager is a live album by The Damned that was recorded in Mulhouse, France on 23 June 1994.
"Thanks for the Night" is a single by the Damned, released in May 1984.
"Lovely Money" is a single by the Damned, originally released 18 June 1982.
"Generals" is a single by the Damned, released in November 1982 on Bronze Records.
"Grimly Fiendish" is a single by the Damned, released in 1985.
"The Shadow of Love" was a single by the Damned, released by MCA on 10 June 1985.
Naz Nomad and The Nightmares was a one-off project featuring the members of British punk and gothic rock band the Damned.
"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.
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.
Smash It Up: The Anthology 1976–1987 is a compilation album by the English punk and gothic rock band the Damned, released on 22 October 2002. It collects tracks spanning the first eleven years of the band's career, beginning with their debut single "New Rose" (1976) and continuing through their first seven studio albums—Damned Damned Damned (1977), Music for Pleasure (1977), Machine Gun Etiquette (1979), The Black Album (1980), Strawberries (1982), Phantasmagoria (1985), and Anything (1986)—along with the non-album singles "Stretcher Case Baby" (1977), "Lovely Money" (1982), and "Eloise" (1986).
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