Subhumans - From The Cradle To The Grave FLAC album
Title: From The Cradle To The Grave
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From the Cradle to the Grave is a 1983 album by the anarcho-punk band Subhumans. 0:44 (The original title on the cover and label is a pair of musical notes, apparently intended to indicate that the track is an instrumental. Waste of Breath" – 1:58. Where’s the Freedom?" – 3:25. Reality Is Waiting for a Bus" – 2:14. Us Fish Must Swim Together" – 3:29 (The original title on the cover and label is a simple abstract drawing of a fish, similar to an ichthys.
Chazzer My dad showed me Subhumans and they've been my favourite punk band ever since. This is my favourite album by them and I'm so pleased to own the record. It's the pride of my collection. Sonny92 A classic punk rock album that anybody with any interest in the genre should own. Features punk's own working-class 2112 in the title track. Forget modern corporate pop punks, this is the real thing. the system's slave From birth to school to work to death, from the cradle to the grave. If you like Subhumans, you may also like: Manmade by Citizen Fish. supported by 15 fans who also own From the Cradle to the Grave.
Album Name From The Cradle To The Grave. Other productions from Subhumans.
However, the Subhumans rarely receive attention for their second LP masterpiece From the Cradle to the Grave. To say that this album brings out Dick Lucas’ cynical side is an understatement. You may even call his actions uncharacteristic in his attacks against the average, callow punk follower with Waste of Breath.
Like most of their albums, the Subhuman's From the Cradle to the Grave is about how society traps people when they are young into a life of obedience, work slavery, and conformity. Mostly, this relatively ambitious failure of a record sticks to this common theme, and though its lyrics are very much the usual, it's the music that's really the problem. There are almost no hooks on this record. After the second song, "Waste of Breath," which isn't bad, the rest of the record turns into punk prog rock.
Subhumans- Internal riot(Full Album)2007. This is their second album. 0:00 ♫0:43 Forget2:04 Waste of Breath4:02 Where's The Freedom?7:26 Reality Is Waiting For A Bus9:41 Us Fish Must Swim Together13:25 Wake Up Screaming18:33 Adversity21:04 Rain24:26 From The Cradle To The GraveI will happily take this video down at. the request of any members of the band or the label/distributors. The HardcorePunk Archive. Subhumans - From The Cradle to The Grave. punk rock, hardcore, hardcore punk, anarcho punk, crass, subhumans,.