"Once a prairie, now a desert"
Above: Normal Service Resumed UK LP release, 1993, front and back covers.
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Cat. No: FALL LP 050
Label: Fall Out/Jungle
Recorded: 26th - 31st March 1993
Dumfux (Harper, Campbell)
Killertime (Harper, Barnes)
Jodie Foster (Harper, Campbell, Barnes)
Here Comes Alex (Die Toten Hosen)
Ozone Death (Harper)
Believe In Yourself (Barnes)
Run-out groove: FALL LP . 050 A1 CHARLIE IS MY DARLIN' - A PORKY PRIME CUT AGAIN.
Down On The Farm (Harper, Gibbs, Garratt)
Mowhawk Radio (Harper, Davies, Barnes)
Brixton (Harper, Barnes)
All The People (Barnes)
Squat The World (Harper, Davies, Campbell, Barnes)
Lydia (Harper, Barnes)
Run-out groove: FALL LP 050 B1 NICE ONE LORNA - PORKY
Vocals: Charlie Harper
Guitar: Alan Campbell
Bass/Keys/Acoustic Guitar/Vocals: Brian Barnes
Drums/Vocals: Pete Davies
10th studio album and first one to feature Alan Campbell on Guitar.
Originaly entitled Night of The Vampire, taken from the working title for Reaper.
Pete Davies told T&M the following about this release:
'Space Patrol' was left off the LP but appears on the CD release. It is a Barnes/Davies track, which Bri sings on. Silly little song really, but i quite like it...
...during the session for that album Bri and I recorded another track, on acoustic guitar and snare drum, which we and Charlie liked but Alan Hauser at Jungle Records thought it was not a 'Subs' track.
It had working titles of both 'Geurnica' and 'Da Puta Madre Waltz'... I think that means 'mother fucker'..."
BELOW: Pete during the recording session for Normal Service Resumed. Click to enlarge
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- Above: Album advert, source and date unknown.
Above: Original line-up picture used for the back cover
(L-R: Charlie Harper/Alan Campbell/Pete Davies/Brian Barnes)
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