Category: Alternative


  1. Doutaxe says:
    This album and "Damned Damned Damned"'make up a distinctive portion of their output, and neither can really stand on its own when looking at the band as a whole. The Damned are an easy target, I guess, for those who champion "Sex Pistols" nihilism as the true spirit of punk rock and just as easy of a target for those who align themselves with the politico-nonsense of "The Clash".
  2. Digis says:
    The Damned ‎– Music For Pleasure Label: Stiff Records ‎– AO, Stiff Records ‎– , Stiff Records ‎– SEEZ 5.
  3. Faukree says:
    Digitally remastered edition of this album by the punk icons. The Damned's second album Music For Pleasure was produced by Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason after the band's attempts to lure Syd Barrett from his reclusion failed. Music For Pleasure featured new guitarist Lu Edmunds, as well as guest saxophonist Lol Coxhill/5(24).
  4. Juzahn says:
    AllMusic Review by Rovi Staff. Produced, for numerous arcane reasons, by Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason, the second Damned album, Music for Pleasure, was considered a disaster at the time and led to their being dropped from Stiff and their first break-up. In retrospect, however, it's quite a respectable punk artifact, though the Damned themselves rejected it and never performed any of its songs again.
  5. Goltile says:
    Music for Pleasure, an Album by The Damned. Released in on Frontier (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Punk Rock.
  6. Meztitilar says:
    ‎Album · · 12 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Music for Pleasure The Damned Rock ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview Problem Child 2 Don't Cry Wolf 3 One Way Love 4 Politics 5 Stretcher Case (Music For Pleasure) 6 Idiot Box (Music For Pleasure) 7.
  7. Tojara says:
    The Damned - Music For Pleasure MP3 Performer: The Damned Title: Music For Pleasure Style: Punk Released: Cat#: VIP, STIFF, SEEZ-5 Country: Japan Label: Stiff Records Size MP3 version: mb Size FLAC version: mb Size WMA version: mb .
  8. Fesho says:
    Brian James was still in charge, but psych-rock nut Captain Sensible got Pink Floyd's Nick Mason to produce their second album. While Pleasure neither equals the Damned's debut nor their next LPs under the Capt, its worse offense might be that it doesn't plunge the depths (nor attempt the heights) of a truly bad album. It's just an immaterial one.

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