SLAUGHTER & THE DOGS - Cranked Up Really High (LP)


• First Time On Vinyl
• Strictly Limited 1000 Copies Only

Slaughter & the Dogs were one of the first punk rock bands on the English scene in 1976, hailing from the notoriously tough Manchester suburb of Wythenshawe (once the skinhead capital of the North). Although never fully embraced by the punk fashionistas down in London, The Dogs embodied the British sound more than anyone knew it.

Hauled around London by Malcolm McLaren, they personified the true urban instincts of rock 'n' roll with a homage to Mick Ronson, The Sweet, New York Dolls and Lou Reed in venues such as The Roxy, Nashville and The Vortex.

Interference proudly presents the cutting edge of British punk with what is arguably, the first ever punk rock recordings made in England in 1976. Coupled with outtakes, demos, live tracks and their rare 1977 debut.

Licensed courtesy of Cherry Red Records for Worldwide Release


Side One
1. You're Ready Now
2. Boston babies
3. Hell In New York
4. Runaway
5. Angels Of The Night
6. Quick Joey Small
7. White Light, White Heat
8. The Bitch

Side Two
1. I'm Mad
2. Victims Of The Vampire
3. We Don't Care
4. Who Are The Mystery Girls
5. Where Have All The Bootboys Gone
6. Cranked Up Really High
7. Cocaine Smile
8. Twist & Turn


Title Cranked Up Really High
Catalogue No INTRLP0031
Format Limited Edition, Blue 180g Coloured Vinyl, in Hand Numbered Sleeve with Insert
Barcode 5296127003122