The Bureaucrats - Feel The Pain (Vinyl)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Feel The Pain on Discogs. Label: MP Records (3) - CCL • Format: Vinyl 7 The Bureaucrats - Feel The Pain (, Vinyl) | /5.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Bureaucrats - Feel The Pain at Discogs. Complete your The Bureaucrats collection/5(46).
  3. S THE BUREAUCRATS - Feel the Pain 7". Released in カナディアン70’S PUNK/POWER POPの代表格THE BUREAUCRATSの激レア シングルが遂に再発!. メンバー公認の正規再発でスリーブデザインオリジナルを忠実に再現しました。.
  4. Vinyl and CD Discography; 3 Releases 1 Albums 1 Singles & EPs 1 Compilations 10 The Bureaucrats: Feel The Pain (Single) 5 versions: MP Records (3) CCL Canada: Sell This Version: 5 versions.
  5. The band during its existence released the following; Rot n Roll 12” LP (’79), Feel the Pain/Grown Up Age 45rpm (’80), ROI CD recorded in ’‘79 (released ’99) and The Bureaucrats 12” LP recorded in ’’80 (released ). -Punk History Canada. The Bureaucrats are: Gary (Gaz) Sidwell: vocals.
  6. – Bureaucrats* Feel The Pain: A7 – Bureaucrats* Grown Up Age: A8 – Siggy Magic And The Hey-Hoe Band: Commercials For Free: A9 – Siggy Magic And The Hey-Hoe Band: Tooth Decay: A10 – Siggy Magic And The Hey-Hoe Band: Passive And Blue: A11 – Allies* Night In The City: B1 – Discords: R.C.M.P. B2 – Discords: Dead Cubans: B3.
  7. As stated, The Bureaucrats were recognizably Mod in intent, so anybody that’s given the grooves of those early, splendid records by The Jam a workout should be well stoked by “Feel the Pain.” But it also lacks the more affected mannerisms that many neo-Mod groups displayed, so fans of old-school pop-punk ala The Buzzcocks shouldn’t resist the urge to inspect this record’s charms, either.

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