"Ashes to ashes, dust to dust"

666 yeah front cover 666 yeah back cover

  • Above: 666 Yeah UK release, 2006, front & back covers.
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Cat. No: JET-004
Jet Records
6th June 2006
20th November 2006

A-Side: 666 Yeah (Harper)
Run-out groove:

B-Side: Straighten Out (Harper, Jet)
Run-out groove:

Line Up

Vocals & Harmonica: Charlie Harper
Brian Barnes
Jamie Oliver


The first Subs release on guitarist Jet's self titled label, this 7" was produced in a limited edition of 1000 hand numbered copies on red vinyl only.

Recorded at Audio Underground Music in London, and produced by Charlie Harper, 666 Yeah's title was inspired by the date it was recorded on and would make it as the first Subs song available as a digital download, whilst Straighten Out would re-appear re-recorded on the 2008 CD-EP Warhead.


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Red vinyl A-side Red Vinyl A-Side Red vinyl B-side Red Vinyl B-Side

CD Promo Release:

This U.K. Subs release is unusual (and at present unique) in that it is a vinyl only release, but it was promoted with a CD promo CDR that Jet sent out for promo use for magazines, radio, distributors and DJ’s etc.
Jet is not sure how many copies he made as he made them at his home.  However, he thinks he probably made around 100 at the most.

There are also some promo copies of the vinyl release, the records, labels and sleeve are the same as the regular release but instead of a number out of 1000 they have 'Promo' written on the back cover (See below).

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From the Mark Chadderton U.K. Subs collection

  • Above: 666 Yeah Promo CD Cover

From the Mark Chadderton U.K. Subs collection

  • Above: 666 Yeah Promo CD


Promo 7

  • Above: 7" Promo back cover.


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