Old Firm Casuals - For the Love of it All... [Blue with Black Smoke 2XLP] - New LP
New LP. Lars Frederiksen and the Never Healed boys. blue with smoke vinyl. reissue of compilation released first issued in 2013. Double LP. Old Firm tracks taken from singles, splits and comps.
|A1||We Want The Lion's Share|
|A3||Army Of One|
|A4||A Gang Like Us|
|A5||We Don't Bury Our Dead|
|B4||We're All Gonna Die|
|B5||You Better Start Runnin'|
|B7||Violence In Our Minds|
|C3||Red, White ~N~ Blue|
|C4||Love Street Kid|
|D3||Don't Worry About Me|
|D5||For The Love Of It All...|
"Hands down Born Criminal is my favorite song they have done musically. All three parts are fucking awesome. Tight, rocking, on point, and razor sharp are some of the thoughts that go through my head when I listen to this track. The lyrics yet again feel forced to fit an image and not a way of life. Gag Order comes smashing through the gate. Fast with a beat that feels like a bar fight in a good way!! Classic good sound...a real toe tapper for sure. Almost sounds like it came off the first Bastards record. Lars' vocals on this track are some of my favorite on the whole record. Here is another example that when they want, TOFC can write a great fucking punk song. I love singing this song out loud at the top of my lungs. Marching On thumps with a swagger and a rocking guitar. It is that classic look back on yesterday and looking forward for those that live a hard life or come from rough beginnings and for those who took their way out through serving our country. I am a sucker for a tribute for those who serve in the Armed Forces, so I give this solid track two thumbs up."
"From Casey Watson’s first ominous chords striking the arrival of ‘We Want The Lion’s Share’ ringing out like thunder signalling the approach of a perfect storm, feeding into the tommy gun patter of Paul Rivas’ drumming, shooting Lars Frederiksen’s rip snarling vocals in their gritty, gravel chewing mouth, this is a collection of songs that is born and bred in the eyes of guys your mom would rather you refrain from spending time with...as Lars himself has pointed out in a great many past interviews, you don’t choose punk, punk chooses you.
"Yes, these are the records that can change lives. I’ve no doubt this collection of Oi!/street punk gems will, somewhere out there, show a kid (or adult) what he’s been missing and turn him onto a whole world of musical rebellion and identity, from Last Resort to Cock Sparrer to The Clash to Little Richard. I envy them."