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Chubby & the Gang – The Mutt's Nuts [Deluxe Edition + patch + signed print] – New LP
Chubby & the Gang – The Mutt's Nuts [Deluxe Edition + patch + signed print] – New LP
Chubby & the Gang – The Mutt's Nuts [Deluxe Edition + patch + signed print] – New LP
Partisan Records

Chubby & the Gang – The Mutt's Nuts [Deluxe Edition + patch + signed print] – New LP

Regular price $ 50.00 $ 0.00

Along with the 2 items that come in the deluxe edition, this also includes a patch and a signed print (see photo).

Limited numbered 3D mutt edition. Includes a 20 page lyric comic book drawn by the band and 3D glasses. Housed in a gatefold jacket and printed inner sleeve.  Black vinyl.



West London five-piece Chubby and the Gang are balanced by two energies – a casual “fuck it” on one side, an active “fuck off” on the other. For every moment of punk imperfection, there’s an intricate flurry of detail. For every enraged statement about modern life as war, there’s a lyric like “Hello heartbreak, my old friend” that catches you off guard. Made up of musicians from across the consistently thriving and criminally overlooked UK hardcore scene (ft. The Chisel, Big Cheese and more), Chubby and the Gang marinate its characteristic speed and sick-of-it-all energy in a mixture of 50s pop sounds. The result is a prickly take on the older, more melodic genres that punk derives from, chewing them up and spitting them out into something mangled but revitalised.

Fronted by Charlie Manning Walker (aka Chubby Charles) and backed by Tom ‘Razor’ Hardwick, Meg Brooks Mills, Ethan Stahl and Joe McMahon (aka the Gang), the band tell stories of modern London.


released August 27, 2021


"Chubby & the Gang started as a humble pipedream of West London electrician Charlie Manning, who spent years finding his way through the London punk and hardcore scene, the album is the manifestation of a musical mind marinating in punk, pub rock, blues, and doo-wop. From the sneering eternity of 'All Along the Uxbridge Road,' to the Hammond organ smeared 'Bruce Grove Bullies'-- the songs will have you reaching for your London A to Z and trying your hardest not to spill your pint. 






 


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