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  • Dam says:
    Aug 31,  · I went to see Ian Dury and the Music Students at the Oxford Apollo sometime in I think it was, but I never saw the Blockheads, which was a shame as the tracks from ‘4, weeks Holiday’, the only album Dury made with the Music Students, were pretty good but /5().
  • Mak says:
    Label: Stiff Records - SEEZ 4 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Extra track • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Punk, New Wave Ian Dury - New Boots And Panties!! (, Extra track, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(21).
  • Kinris says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of New Boots And Panties!! on Discogs. Label: Stiff Records - SEEZ (L) 2 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: South Africa • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Pop Rock, Ska4/5(2).
  • Kir says:
    Jul 12,  · i have been a huge blockheads fan since 35 years now, today i found this lp at a record fair here in new york and since it is the original stiff pressing from i just had to grab this one, the thing with this lp that can confuse fans or collectors is sex, drugs and rock n roll IS NOT LISTED ON THE BACK OF THE LP SLEEVE but the song does indeed kick off side 2, if you dont have a /5(63).
  • Doukus says:
    New Boots And Panties!! 1st version, 10 tracks, without “Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll”. New Boots And Panties!! 2nd version, 10 tracks credited, 11 tracks pressed, sleeve with sticker. New Boots And Panties!! 3rd version, 11 tracks, white center label design/5().
  • Tygobar says:
    New Boots and Panties. What a great album. A classic. One of those records where every song is great. Amazing how things can come together so well at a particular point in time, when an artist can put magic down on vinyl. Dury never again was able to pull off a record as complete as this, but one great record is enough when its this good/5().
  • Dorg says:
    Ian Dury New Boots And Panties!! records, LPs and CDs.
  • Kazisida says:
    Oh, man, this tribute album is good! When The Clash, Elvis Costello, and The Sex Pistols were starting to really get it together in , one of the oddest recording acts of all time, Ian Dury and The Blockheads, launched with "New Boots and Panties" and the world hasn't been the same since/5(20).

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