The Mob (3) ‎– Rise Up!

All The Madmen Records ‎– MAD23
Seven Inch Singles Club – Series 1 - issue #4
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single


A Rise Up!
B There's Nothing You've Got I Want

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Black vinyl general release issue.

In hand-assembled, grey on black-printed card sleeve with silver debossed titles.

Includes two-sided lyric insert, one-sided credits insert and three stickers- "The Mob", Rise Up!" and "There's Nothing You've Got I Want"

The official release date was 25 September 2013. Delivery of physical stock from the manufacturer was briefly delayed and so coloured vinyl subscription issues followed soon after and regular / retail copies soon after that

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 111980H1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 111980H2/A

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MAD23 The Mob (3) Rise Up!(7", Single, Ltd, Num, Pin) All The Madmen Records MAD23 UK 2013 Sell This Version
MAD23 The Mob (3) Rise Up!(7", Single, TP, W/Lbl) All The Madmen Records MAD23 UK 2013 Sell This Version
MAD23 The Mob (3) Rise Up! (Presentation Box Set)(7", Single, Ltd, Num, Pin + 7", Single, TP, W/Lbl ) All The Madmen Records MAD23 UK 2014 Sell This Version
MAD23PROMO The Mob (3) Rise Up!(CDr, Single, Promo) All The Madmen Records MAD23PROMO UK 2013 Sell This Version



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March 17, 2014
With a band such as this, a "comeback" release with new material is always a very delicate matter. There are a lot of (usually very high) expectations, already formed opinions and concerns.

Especially since we're talking about The Mob, who in my personal opinion didn't ever produce a weak / filler song in their entire initial installment.

I admit the first feeling when listening to The Mob's new single "Rise Up!" was that of relief!
I was free of the tension accumulated between hearing about the release and listening to the actual record.
I was grateful! They didn't screw it up! Not only that but both tracks are absolutely amazing!

Somehow they managed to remain faithful to the already established sound that allowed The Mob to be such a breath of fresh air in the scene they emerged from, while at the same time managing to avoid being stuck in the past. Both the music and the lyrics have a youthful and fresh appeal to them ("Rise Up!" was written in solidarity with The Riseup Collective).

As for the packaging, I'm happy to say it does the record great justice, the quality and attention to details being a perfect complement to the songs.