Crossing the Red Sea With The Adverts

Label
The Devils Own Jukebox
Release date
1 Jan 2002
Running length
21 tracks
Running time
58:18

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    Track     Duration Listeners
3 New Church 2:34 16,269
4 On the Roof 3:05 14,508
5 Newboys 3:13 9,667
7 Bombsite Boys 3:28 998
8 No Time to Be 21 2:46 19,890
10 New Day Dawning 2:35 6,983
11 Drowning Men 2:18 12,889
12 On Wheels 3:15 10,151
13 Great British Mistake 3:25 12,609
14 One Chord Wonders 2:34 44,060
15 Quickstep 3:15 4,115
16 Gary Gilmore's Eyes 2:41 45,296
17 Bored Teenagers 1:53 26,953
18 Safety in Numbers 3:21 15,136
19 We Who Wait 2:00 7,709
20 On Wheels (live) 4:08 1,477
21 New Boys (live) 3:33 387
22 New Church (live) 2:35 2,706
23 Gary Gilmore's Eyes (live) 0:49 4,366
24 Drowning Men (live) 2:04 1,318
25 No Time to Be 21 (live) 2:46 2,566

About this album

Crossing the Red Sea with the Adverts was The Adverts’ 1978 début album and featured the UK hit single: “No Time To Be 21” which made No. 38 in February 1978. It was recorded at Abbey Road and produced by John Leckie.

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  • Punkrocker00

    So awesome.

    7 Mar 5:30pm Reply
  • Old_Punka

    Still a great album.

    15 Nov 2010 Reply
  • acreature

    Although lacking the impact of the Clash or Sex Pistols, the Adverts defined punk's sound with 1977's self-mythologising single, One Chord Wonders. Also containing the chart hit No Time to Be 21, their debut packs enough snotty-nosed indignation to make anybody long to spit at a policeman. -- The Guardian.

    26 Feb 2008 Reply

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