Chelsea Win Three


Not the boys from Stamford Bridge, you understand, more the Brit punks

“Anthology Vol. 3” includes three classic albums by punk rock legends Chelsea;

“The Alternative” 1993, “Traitors Gate” 1994 and “Faster Cheaper And Better Looking” 2005. By the early 1980’s Chelsea had already etched their names into punk history by hitting the indie charts multiple times and performing alongside bands such as The Clash, Specials, The Fall, The Police and The Subs.

This triple CD set is the third instalment of a three part anthology that includes the bands most highly regarded and iconic work to date. It is an absolute must have for fans of the band and fans of the punk genre in general. 2016 marks 40 years since Chelsea formed, proof that they have stood the test of time and that great punk never dies.



The Alternative
1.The Alternative
2.Wierdos In Wonderland
3.More Than A Giro
4.Wasting Time
5.Ever Wonder
6.Where Is Everything
7.You Can Be There Too
8.What’s Wrong With You
9.Oh No
10.Too Late
11.Dream Of Dreams
13.How Do You Know / I’m On Fire (Bonus)
14.What’s Wrong With You (Bonus)
15.Right To Work (Bonus)

Traitors Gate
1.Streets Of Anarchy
2.Be What You Want To Be
3.Traitor’s Gate
4.Power For A Day
7.My Hotel Room
8.Guns In Paradise
9.We Dare
10.Floating In The Dark
11.This Is Now
13.Be What You Want To Be (Bonus)
14.Fireworks (Bonus)
15.Floating In The Dark (Bonus)
16.Guns In Paradise (Bonus)
17.Power For A Day (Bonus)
18.Build An Ark (Bonus)
19.Streets Of Anarchy (Bonus)
20.My Hotel Room (Bonus)
21.We Dare (In German) (Bonus)

Faster, Cheaper And Better Looking
1.Living In The Urban UK
2.Sod The War
3.Bad Advice
4.New Utopia
5.Cosy Family Way
6.Sliding Down A Stream
7.KXLU (Radio)
8.We Don’t Want It
10.Ritaalin Kid
11.And I Love You
12.If We Knew Then
13.Mr Ferry’s Son (Bonus)
14.Home (Bonus)
15.Answer To The Question (Bonus)
16.I Fought The Law (Bonus)
17.White Riot (Bonus)
18.Do We Really Care (Bonus)
19.Linoleum (Bonus)

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