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1. NEAT, NEAT, NEAT
2. FAN CLUB
3. I FALL
4. BORN TO KILL
5. STAB YOUR BACK
6. FEEL THE PAIN
7. NEW ROSE
8. FISH
9. SEE HER TONITE
10. I OF THE 2
11. SO MESSED UP
12. I FEEL ALRIGHT

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  • Audio CD (August 20, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Sbme Castle Us
  • ASIN: B00006F84S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #221,574 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Paco Rivero on April 29, 2003
Format: Audio CD
One of the best punk records of all time, maybe even THE best. In reference to what one reviewer said about this album being influenced by The Ramones and New York Dolls -- I would just add that the number one influence here is The Stooge's album "Funhouse." In fact, The Damned covers "1970" from "Funhouse" on "Damned Damned Damned" (though the title of the song changes to "I Feel Alright"). If you like punk, you just can't go wrong with this one. Best tracks are "Neat Neat Neat," "Fan Club," "Born to Kill," "Feel the Pain," "New Rose" and "I Feel Alright."
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. Duguay on March 19, 2007
Format: Audio CD
If you've been a fan of The Damned for any substantial period of time, you most likely own a copy of Damned Damned Damned. My copy is well worn on vinyl and I have subsequently replaced it with other copies. I say other copies because this album in it's original form is a punk rock masterpiece. What more could be done to get me to run out and buy another version? Well, let's just say the impossible is possible. The 30th Anniversary Edition of Damned Damned Damned is the well worth tracking down. In the States, it's a hard-to-find import and is definitely worth the search. The original release is contained on the first CD with a generous amount of bonus material on the following two discs, most of previously unreleased except for the pesky bootlegs that have appeared over the years.

The Damned are one of the greatest punk bands to ever emerge from the UK and while some site The Clash as the one punk band that mattered, I'd beg to differ. Both bands had a rocky history of sorts, but The Damned came through it with their heads held high and managed to write one of the best comeback albums of any band's career (Grave Disorder-check it out!). Fans of their punk years will eat this up as will fans of their later more gothic era.

Up the punks, this is one album each and every punk rocker should own, it's genius!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 30, 2000
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Few realize that The Damned were first to release a single and record an album among the graduating class of 1977 UK punk which included such bands as The Sex Pistols and The Clash. Being first, however, doesn't always mean you're the best and it's not much of a surprise looking back that as soon as those other two bands released albums a lot of folks kind of forgot about The Damned.
"Damned Damned Damned" is a fine punk album by any standards so it's somewhat a shame that they don't get recognized on their own merits. Brian James was good songwriter and is exclusively credited with most of the songwriting on this album. Particular stand-outs include 'Neat Neat Neat,' 'Born To Kill,' 'New Rose,' and 'So Messed Up.' This album also possesses a certain tongue-in-cheek attitude and a sense of fun which other albums from that time and locale lacked.
The annals of music history aren't likely to give The Damned much space, but this album is definitely worth owning if only to offset "Nevermind the Bollocks" and "The Clash," but I think you'll also find yourself quite pleased with The Damned on their own merits.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Coleen on June 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I was 15 in 1977 and it was heaven on the British music scene.
I bought all the classic British albums from that year - by The Clash, Sex Pistols, Stranglers, Elvis Costello, Vibrators, Generation X, Adverts, etc., etc. EXCEPT The Damned! Thought they would sound really cheesey! But this year, my curiosity got the best of me (of course I had long ago heard New Rose, but that was all), and I bought Machine Gun Etiquette (awesome!) and DAMNED DAMNED DAMNED. The latter is a SUPERB punk album, even though it is a bit of a low-key affair (not screeching loud).
The best tracks are Neat Neat Neat, Fan Club, Feel the Pain, and It's Allright. But all of it is loads of fun and ATTITUDE and has unique production values ("This is made to be played LOUD at low volume" it says on the CD artwork! And that is how the production sounds! - produced by the legendary Nick Lowe). And of course the CD cover is a CLASSIC. The band licking what looks like vomit off of each other!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bighairydoofus on February 1, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Yes, this was the first UK punk album. Not serious, not political, not really all that angry, just stripped down hard rocking FUN! Remember fun?
Anyway, this isn't their best, that goes to "Machine Gun Etiquette". But if you want a true early punk album made by a bunch of crazy sods having a great time, this would be a good choice.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By M. McM on November 6, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The Sex Pistols, the Ramones, and the Clash get more props for kick-starting punk, but the lesser-known but equally influential band, the Damned, deserve a place next to them. Their debut, produced by Nick Lowe and issued in 1977 (a landmark year in punk-rock), is a stone-cold classic. You may recognize "New Rose," the best track here and not surprisingly their first single, but just about every track here is great. Just listen to the samples and hear for yourself - this is punk rock at its best, no pretensions, no pomposity, just raw, adrenaline-fueled rock that doesn't let up or burn out. This album went out-of-print for a little awhile, but now it's BACK IN-PRINT for a pretty fair price, only $14 retail.

Like the Sex Pistols, the Damned imploded soon after their phenomenal debut, but fortunately, they reunited within a year and had a long and remarkably consistent career, a rarity in punk rock. However, their debut remains their best and the first place to look.
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