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It features fifteen tracks including the band´s incredibly rare first-ever single 'Stroke My Beachcomber Baby' as bonus. Here is a song by song break-down: 1) C'mon Motherfucker - a shorter, sharper version of the track which kick-starts 'Oi This Is Street-Punk Vol 3', 'Motherfucker' takes rock'n'roll back to the garage, yowling and scuttling along to an addictive sing-along chorus. This is Gal Gonad/Mark McMighty anthem is about "getting back to boots.´´ 2) Oblivion - pure, unadulterated backstreet rock celebrating sex and drugs and rock´n´roll and exploding in the gap between punk and Motorhead. 3) Punch, Punch (Your Fuckwit Head) - a bad-tempered diatribe that mocks clichéd bands who keep trotting out the same old tired bollocks. This number is a dark rhythmic soup with a satirical spine and an angry mob chorus. 4) Ugly Town (tribute to Nabat). Politicians get it in the neck on this unconventional but oddly infectious sing-along inspired by the great Italian Oi band Nabat. 5) Glorious - a monster terrace anthem from the legendary Bushell/Ward song-writing team; Oi meets Slade. 6) Dogging In Dartford also known as ´Not Cheryl Baker´, this is a bad taste bonanza of filth with an unforgettable chorus that hooks right under your skin. 7) Diana Schuler - a dirty souped-up blues tribute to Randale's Diana Schuler, ´´in honour of her love of streetpunk, her commitment and her fish farm.´´ 8) Harry May's Revenge - the revamp of an early crowd pleaser only previously available on our live double album from the early 80s. If you can decipher the lyrics you´ll see whose side we were on when the Business fell out with Harry and their former manager Fatty Lol. 9) Still Coming Blood - this is part vampire nightmare, part celebration of our Charlton brothers The Blood. (Gal and Colin ´The Cardinal´ Smith both went to Charlton Manor Primary School in Indus Road, SE7.) 10) Dying For A Pint - a modern re-interpretation of our old reggae number; a protest against nightclub bouncer brutality in North London. 11) Cunt Tease - true story of a Millwall supporting wretch who flew to Munich to shag a fraulein and then completely bottled out. 12) My Cousin's Niece - also known as Savile's Lament, this is as bad taste as you can get; it's only redeeming features is the Clash reminiscent feel and the fact that the ´´dirty nonce´´ meets an awful fate. 13) Charlton Warriors - roll over Scott Gorham and tell Phil Lynott the news; the new Gonads go Thin Lizzy on your arse. 14) We Are The Boys - the second brand new Bushell/Ward number, but this one is heavier than The Hulk in concrete boots. BONUS TRACK: 15) Stroke My Beachcomber, Baby (original 1977 version) - exactly what it says on the tin, the original version of our first ever single. We were poppier then!