"Strippers, transvestites, an' the snakebite's free..."
- Above: Wipeout Beach Polish Digipak CD re-release, 2007, front and back covers.
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Cat. No: NOISE 058
Label: Noise Annoys
Recorded: April 1998
Junkie Hell (Charlie Harper/Matthew Best)
Punk Rock City (Ian M. Carnochan) *
Millennium Dome (Ian M. Carnochan)
Whip Me, Whip Me (Ian M. Carnochan) @
Police State (Ian M. Carnochan)
Rare Disease (Alvin Gibbs)
State Of Grace (Alvin Gibbs)
Quarantine (Charlie Harper)
Destroy (Alvin Gibbs)
Don't Jump My Train (Alvin Gibbs)
Schizophrenia (Ian M. Carnochan)
This Machine (Charlie Harper) +
Step The Mind Gap (Charlie Harper/Matthew Best)
Hey Joe (Billy Roberts)
Baby Marley (Charlie Harper/Ian M. Carnochan)
Wipeout Beach (Alan Vega) >
Punk Rock Ist Nicht Tot (Billy Childish) #
Vocals: Charlie Harper (Synthesise +)
Vocals, guitar, keyboard, programming: Knox
Vocals, guitar, bass: Alvin Gibbs
Drums, programming: Matthew Best
Christoph & Cord: Extra vocals #
Dan & Richard from Mouthwash: Backing vocals +
Toxin: Narration @ / Backing vocals *
Lydia N.: Backing vocals @
Mark Saunderson: Keyboard >
Laura B.: Bass >
This long awaited third album, was originally set to be titled A DOG'S NOT JUST FOR XMAS and featuring one of Knox's paintings - of a dog being pulled along in the snow by a pillar box. These ideas were rejected by the distribution company Plastic Head. Knox's introductory piece to this 2007 Polish CD re-issue of Wipeout Beach, provided some very interesting details concerning the creation of the album (see foot of this page.)
- Above: Booklet cover & Digipak shrinkwrap sticker. Click images to enlarge.
- Above: CD. Click to enlarge.
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