The Meteors (2) ‎– Wreckin' Crew

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I.D. Records ‎– NOSE 01, I.D. Records ‎– NOSE 1
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A1 Insane
Written-By – P. Paul Fenech
A2 I Ain't Ready
Vocals [Additional] – Russell JonesWritten-By – P. Paul Fenech
A3 Johnny Remember Me
Voice [Girls Voice] – Helen KnightWritten-By – G.Godard*
A4 I Don't Worry About It
Written-By – P. Paul Fenech
A5 Axe Attack
Vocals – Russell JonesWritten-By – M. White*
A6 Zombie Noise
Written-By – P. Paul Fenech
A7 Rattle Snakin' Daddy
Vocals [Additional] – Russell JonesWritten-By – P. Paul Fenech
B1 When A Stranger Calls
Voice [Girls Voice] – Helen KnightWritten-By – P. Paul Fenech
B2 Phantom Of The Opera
Vocals – Russell JonesWritten-By – M. White*
B3 Blue Sunshine
Written-By – P. Paul Fenech
B4 Wreckin' Crew
Written-By – P. Paul Fenech
B5 Sick Things
Written-By – P. Paul Fenech
B6 Wild Thing
Vocals [Additional] – Russell JonesWritten-By – C. Taylor*
B7 I'm Not Mad / Get Off My Cloud
Vocals [Additional] – Russell JonesWritten-By – Jagger/Richards*

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℗ & © 1983 I.D Records.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): MPO NOSE 1 A2 JONZ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): MPO NOSE 1 B2 SOUND CLINIC

Other Versions (5 of 18) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KOLP115 The Meteors (2) Wreckin' Crew(LP, Album, RE, Gol) Knock Out Records KOLP115 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
NOSE 01, NOSE 1 The Meteors (2) Wreckin' Crew(LP, Album) I.D. Records, I.D. Records NOSE 01, NOSE 1 Scandinavia 1983 Sell This Version
KOLP115 The Meteors (2) Wreckin' Crew(LP, Album, Num, RE, TP, W/Lbl, Gol) Knock Out Records KOLP115 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
KOLP115 The Meteors (2) Wreckin' Crew(LP, Album, RE, Blu) Knock Out Records KOLP115 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
KOLP115 The Meteors (2) Wreckin' Crew(LP, Album, RE, Sil) Knock Out Records KOLP115 Germany 2000 Sell This Version

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Jakes-Not-Here-Man

Jakes-Not-Here-Man

April 26, 2016
So I just received this album today after ordering through Discogs. I'm listening to it right now for the first time on vinyl and I noticed that the word "f*ck" is censored (bleeped out) on track B4... It kind of jumped out at me and, actually, it may be the only curse word on the entire album... Just curious if anyone knows whether censoring curse words was common practice for British releases at the time (i.e. were there clean/dirty releases or were all curse words censored out at this time)??