The Varukers ‎– One Struggle One Fight

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Liberate Records ‎– LIBERATE 1
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A1 Persistant Resistance
A2 We Hint At Things Nuclear
A3 In South Africa
A4 The Fear Of Mankind
A5 Will They Never Learn (Live)
Drums – Gilb*
A6 Killed By Mans Own Hand
A7 Animals An Animal
B1 Protect Not Disect
B2 How Can Your Conscience Allow This To Go On
B3 Stop The Killing
B4 Enter Of A New Phase (Live)
Drums – Gilb*
B5 A Lesson We Must Never Forget
B6 One Struggle One Fight

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Tracks A5 & B4 recorded live on March 29th, 1985 @ The Heathery Bar, Wishaw, Scotland.
Printed lyric sheet included.

"Pay no more than £3.50" mention on front cover.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MPO LIBERATE 1 A¹
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MPO LIBERATE 1 B¹

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AHOY CD 288 The Varukers One Struggle One Fight(CD, Album, RE) Captain Oi! AHOY CD 288 UK 2006 Sell This Version
DISCCD20 The Varukers One Struggle One Fight(CD, Album, RE) Liberate Records, Vinyl Japan DISCCD20 UK 2000 Sell This Version
HC1242 The Varukers One Struggle One Fight(LP, Album, RE, Blu) Havoc Records HC1242 US 2010 Sell This Version
HC1242 The Varukers One Struggle One Fight(LP, Album) Havoc Records HC1242 US 2010 Sell This Version
RRCD 004 The Varukers One Struggle One Fight(CD, Album) Retch Records RRCD 004 UK 1995 Sell This Version

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Alex88F

Alex88F

January 4, 2017
Could someone really consider this a crossover album? Maybe. What you got here is basically Varukers at their finest moment, IMO - plenty of solos, they seem a rougher version of later Anti-System. Which is not a bad comparison BUT Varukers are a totally different band with their pros and cons. Buuut.... it still retains Varukers's typical street punk/d beat touch and beats,along with lyrics against vivisection that were pretty unheard of until this record. Graphically wise there is a nod to Conflict's bunch and the Crass family,too. If you consider Agnostic Front 's "Cause For Alarm" & "Liberty & Justice For...." crossover albums, then this is a pretty good crossover album. No wonder why bands like Exodus decided to do a cover of "Protect Not Disect" later on.