The Automatics are best known for their Punk/Powerpop standard 'When the tanks roll over Poland again', (released on Island Records in 1978) which became one of the first Number Ones in the newly introduced Punk/New Wave charts .
An album entitled 'Walking with the radio on' was recorded at the same time under the guidance of upcoming producer Steve Lillywhite, but shelved by Island Records as they focused their attention and producer on an upcoming outfit calling themselves 'U2'… read more
|2||Merry Christmas||1,247 listeners|
|4||I Can't Change My Ways||531 listeners|
|5||Comin' Around||492 listeners|
|7||The Automatics - Waiting||300 listeners|
|9||Walking With The Radio On||242 listeners|
|10||When The Tanks Roll (Reprise)||237 listeners|