The Captain's Birthday Party

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The Captain's Birthday Party
Live album by
Released1986
Recorded27 November 1977
Venue The Roundhouse, London
Genre Punk rock
Label Castle Music
Sanctuary Records
Producer The Damned
The Damned chronology
Phantasmagoria
(1985)
The Captain's Birthday Party
(1986)
Anything
(1986)

The Captain's Birthday Party is a live recording by The Damned. It was recorded in November 1977 at The Roundhouse, in London and released in June 1986 on 12" blue vinyl, Remixed by Chris Heester and Engineer by Colin James for Stiff Records Ltd. In 2002, this album was released on CD by Sanctuary Records.

Contents

Shortly afterwards re-issued as Not The Captain's Birthday Party? , with the addition of "I Fall" among the tracks.

Track listing

Side One
  1. "You Take My Money" - 2:20
  2. "Creep (You Can't Fool Me)" - 2:10
  3. "Fan Club" - 2:46
  4. "Problem Child" - 2:14 ~ (Rat Scabies, James) [1]
Side Two
  1. "So Messed Up" - 1:57
  2. "New Rose" - 2:17
  3. "I Feel Alright" - 4:32 ~ (Iggy Pop, David Alexander, Scott Asheton, Ron Asheton)
  4. "Born To Kill" - 2:46

Personnel

The Damned

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