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The Damned

The Damned are a British punk rock band formed in 1976. Lacking a stable lineup with singer Dave Vanian remaining the sole constant, theband fell apart. Performing their first concert in London in July of 1976. The group quickly became a sensation, within a couple of months, theband signed with "Fledgling Stiff Records." They are also known to be the first British punk band to release an album, the first to have a hitsingle "New Rose" in which appeared in October, a full month before "Anarchy in the U.K. and also the first one to tour the United States;performing in Los Angeles, and San F ...read more

The Damned are a British punk rock band formed in 1976. Lacking a stable lineup with singer Dave Vanian remaining the sole constant, theband fell apart. Performing their first concert in London in July of 1976. The group quickly became a sensation, within a couple of months, theband signed with "Fledgling Stiff Records." They are also known to be the first British punk band to release an album, the first to have a hitsingle "New Rose" in which appeared in October, a full month before "Anarchy in the U.K. and also the first one to tour the United States;performing in Los Angeles, and San Francisco. on February 25, 1977 "Damned, Damned, Damned" was released. Between 1985 and 1987 theDamned had a surprising number of Top 40 hits. By 1989 the band decided to split due to the decline of fanbase, however they are reformedtoday and still touring. « hide

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LPs
So, Who's Paranoid?
2008

3.9
10 Votes
Grave Disorder
2001

3.7
24 Votes
Not Of This Earth
1995

2.4
9 Votes
Anything
1986

3.1
13 Votes
Phantasmagoria
1985

3.8
38 Votes
Strawberries
1982

3.8
33 Votes
The Black Album
1980

4.1
44 Votes
Machine Gun Etiquette
1979

4.3
105 Votes
Music For Pleasure
1977

3.6
32 Votes
Damned Damned Damned
1977

4.1
158 Votes
EPs
Grimly Fiendish
1985

3
1 Votes
Stretcher Case Baby
1977

3
1 Votes
Live Albums
35th Anniversary Tour: Live in Concert
04/10/2012

Compilations
The Radio One Sessions
1996

3.9
4 Votes

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