Chubby and The Gang - Speed Kills
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Based on 4 reviews
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Based on 32 ratings
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January 17, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Static Shock / Label
Punk Rock / Genres
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PitchforkClone
80
These unruly British punks sound like hardcore kids playing pub rock, and their debut comes alive with liberating energy.

The Jimmie Rodgers Snow speech that opens Chubby and the Gang’s Speed Kills is famous for its sanctimony, linking the liberating qualities of rock ‘n’ roll to juvenile delinquency: “I know the evil feeling that you feel when you sing it, I know the lost position that you get into,” he exhorts. But Snow, a legacy country singer who hobnobbed ... read more
JayCrackers
50
Chubby & The Gang are a new and upcoming Garage Punk band from London and well like true garage punk, the songs on Speed Kills are short, loud and explosive but left me disappointed as the album just feels like a lot of noise without the substance and if the songs where more developed and thought out this could of been a good album but sadly, this album made me wanted to go listen to garage punk reocrds.

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Chubby and the Gang Rule Ok? 5/10
Pariah Radio 5/10
All Along the ... read more
CheapandLethal
70
Worth a listen
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Track List

  1. Chubby and the Gang Rule Ok?
  2. Pariah Radio
  3. All Along the Uxbridge Road
  4. Speed Kills
  5. Can't Tell Me Nothing
  6. Trouble (You Were Always on My Mind)
  7. The Rise and Fall of the Gang
  8. Hold Your Breath
  9. Moscow
  10. Bruce Grove Bullies
  11. Blue Ain't My Colour
  12. Grenfell Forever
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Added on: January 21, 2020