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|The Damned discography|
The discography of British punk rock band the Damned includes eleven studio albums, fifteen live albums, thirty-one compilations, two extended plays and thirty-five singles.
|Year||Title||Chart positions|| Certifications |
| UK || AUS || NZ |
|1977||Damned Damned Damned||36||–||–|
| Music For Pleasure ||–||–||–|
|1979||Machine Gun Etiquette||31||–||–|
|1980|| The Black Album ||29||–||–|
|1986|| Anything ||40||–||–|
|1995||Not of This Earth||–||–||–|
|2008|| So, Who's Paranoid? ||–||–||–|
|2018|| Evil Spirits ||7||–||–|
|1981|| Friday 13th EP ||50|
|1986||The Peel Sessions||90|
|2020|| The Rockfield Files ||–|
| UK || AUS || IRL || NZ |
|1976||"New Rose" [C]||81||-||Damned Damned Damned|
|1977||"Neat Neat Neat"||-|
|"Stretcher Case Baby"||-||Music for Pleasure|
|"Don't Cry Wolf"||-|
|1979||"Love Song"||20||-||Machine Gun Etiquette|
|"Smash It Up"||35||-|
|"I Just Can't Be Happy Today"||46||-|
|1980||"White Rabbit"||82||-||non-album single|
|"The History of the World (Part 1)"||51||-||The Black Album|
|"There Ain't No Sanity Clause"||97||-||non-album single|
|1981||"Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde"||-||The Black Album|
|1982||"Wait for the Blackout" [A]||-|
|"Lively Arts" [A]||-||The Black Album|
|1984||"Thanks for the Night"||43||-||non-album single|
|"The Shadow of Love"||25||-|
|"Is It a Dream?"||34||69|
|"Alone Again Or"||27||-|
|"In Dulce Decorum"||72||-|
|1991||"Fun Factory" [B]||-||non-album singles|
|1996||"Shut It"||-||Not of This Earth|
|2005||"Little Miss Disaster"||-||So, Who's Paranoid?|
|2010||"A Nation Fit for Heroes"||-||So, Who's Paranoid?|
|2018||"Standing On the Edge of Tomorrow"||-||Evil Spirits|
|"Devil in Disguise"||-|
|2020||"Keep 'Em Alive"||1 [D]||-||The Rockfield Files (EP)|
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