Ryan Giggs WAT TYLER
Rugger Bugger Discs
Released: 1992
  2300 copies
black & white sleeve
with 24 page booklet
I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles Deleted
    1. No I.D.
    2. Hops And Barley
    3. Heavy Metal Vivisector
    4. We Pledge Our Allegiance To Satan
    5. Coming Home (Parts 1 & 2)
    6. Regina Coult
    7. Johnny's Puppy
    8. Bring Me The Head Of Gus Caesar
    9. Keith Cassells
    10. The Foulmouth Graverobber
    11. Decidely Dodgy
    12. The Thrusting Codpiece
    13. Dung Heap
    14. Tucker Rap
    15. A Public House
    16. Interfering With Play
    17. Apologies
    18. Mutant Strike
    19. Elm Park Tramp
    20. Who's Game?
    21. Life In The Toffee Apple
    22. The Little People
    23. Primeval
    24. It Must Be Boring Being In Snuff
    25. Young Warriors
    26. Directive
    27. Sweet Child O'Mine
    28. Even Great Men Talk Bollocks
    29. Brostitute
    30. Why?
    31. The Day We Ommed On Next Door's Coffee Table
    32. There's A Guy Works Down The Chip Shop Swears He's Saddam
    33. Rude Boy
    34. Terry Fenwick's Leg Takes Crack
    35. The Smurf Song
    36. Get Down On It
    37. The Mindless Slaughter Of The Little People
    38. Violent Precinct
    39. Billy Bonds' Claret & Blue Army
    40. It's Football Not Fuckin' Soccer
    41. Mr. Punch
    42. At The End Of The M1
    43. Bat Out Of Surbiton
    44. The Resurrected Zombie Little People Kick Arse
    45.The Tools Of Satan & The Glorious Army Of The Supreme Soviet (I'm Feeling Mellow)
    46. Rainbow
    47. The Coachmen
    48. Visions Of The Daughters Of Albion
    49. Everything I Do
    50. Washing Machine
    51. 9 To 5
    52. There's A Guy Works Down The Chip Shop Swears He's Satan
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Ok..the track list on the CD actually lists 54 songs. There are only 52 songs. Missing are: 53. Steven Do and 54. Crappy Song For A Crappy Compilation. Track 33 is listed as Slaughter Of The Little People but it is in fact Rude Boy. There ya go, it was cheap.

This Cd was a co-release with Gap Recordings of Holland.


Updated: Mar 5, 2002
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