Long overdue release of the bands excellent 1997 album, originally released on Moon Ska Records USA and released for the first time in the UK.
The bands 8th studio album and seen by many Bad Manners fans as the last "great Bad Manners studio album”… until they record a new one that is!
Includes the rare 7” single ‘Black Night’ released on Dojo Records in 1996.
Also features two tracks from the rare limited edition 1995 Dojo CD EP "Fatty’s Back in Town” the latter day Bad Manners classics ‘Feel Like Jumping’ and ‘Lager Delirium’ and an excellent cover version of The Monkees’ song ‘Randy Scouse Git’.
Allmusic.com described this new and re-jigged line up of Bad Manners as "fabulous” and this album as the band "returning with a vengeance and like they never left!”.
1-Don't Knock The Baldhead
3-Down Berry Wood
6-In The Jungle
7-No No No
8-Randy Scouse Git
9-Feel Like Jumpin'
10-Red River Ska
11-Liverpool And Birmingham